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About Peter Weber

Peter Weber is an assistant professor and the director of the Nonprofit Leadership Studies program at Murray State University. He holds a doctorate in philanthropic studies from the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, as well as a master's in history and a master's in international studies in philanthropy and social innovation, both from the University of Bologna in Italy.

Positions

Present Program Director, Nonprofit Leadership Studies Program - Assistant Professor, Murray State University
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2010 - 2014 Adjunct Faculty Member, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis ‐ IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
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Professional Service and Affiliations

2018 - Present Board Member, Murray Calloway County-Community Foundation
2018 - Present Board Member, Nonprofit Academic Centers Council
2016 - Present Board Member, Purchase Area Sexual Assault & Child Advocacy Center (PASAC)
2016 - Present Board Member, United Way of Murray-Calloway County
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Honors and Awards

  • New Executives to Kentucky, Leadership Kentucky and the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development, 2017
  • Service Learning Mentor of the Year, Murray State University, 2016
  • Future Philanthropic Educator Fellow, Learning by Giving Foundation, 2015
  • 2014 IUPUI Chancellor’s Scholar, 2014
  • ARNOVA Emerging Scholars Award, 2013

Courses

  • Introduction to Nonprofit Management
  • Program Development in Nonprofit Organizations
  • Community Engagement and the Nonprofit Sector
  • Philanthropy, NGOs and International Development
  • Grant-making and Philanthropic Foundations
  • Policy, Legal Issues, and Advocacy for Social Change in Nonprofit Organizations
  • The Nonprofit Sector and Civil Society
  • Nonprofit Organization Development, Management, and Leadership

Education

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2014 Ph.D. in Philanthropic Studies, Indiana University
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2007 Master in International Studies in Philanthropy and Social Innovation, University of Bologna
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2005 Laurea Quadriennale in History, University of Bologn
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Book chapters (2)

Peer-Reviewed Articles (7)

Other writings (4)