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Rehnborg is invited expert at international congress on volunteerism in Australia

Sarah Jane Rehnborg, LBJ School lecturer and associate director for planning and development for the RGK Center for Philanthropy and Community Service, is one of ten experts invited to participate in the International Congress on Volunteerism, Democracy, Administration and the Evolution of Future Landscapes, to be held April 3-7 in Perth, Western Australia.

The event is sponsored by the Australian Research Centre for Water in Society, which is part of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO).

A colloquium titled Sustainable Landscapes: Future Dilemmas and Opportunities will be held on April 4 at the CSIRO Centre for Environment and Life Sciences in Perth, Western Australia.

As a presenter at the colloquium, Rehnborg will draw on a report she coauthored called Investing in Volunteerism: The Impact of Service Initiatives in Selected Texas State Agencies. She will present several models for volunteer management in public sector organizations and identify possible correlates between those management models and larger trends in volunteer engagement.

Related Links:

RGK Center for Philanthropy and Community Service

Investing in Volunteerism: The Impact of Service Initiatives in Selected Texas State Agencies

RGK Center receives $100,000 Moody Foundation grant


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28 March 2006

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