HIGH POINT, N.C., Sept. 10, 2010 – David Walker, associate professor of nonprofit management and director of the Master of Arts degree in Nonprofit Management program at High Point University, recently attended the Ninth International Conference of the International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR) in Istanbul, Turkey.
At the conference, Walker discussed his research paper, “Misguided Intentions: The Failure of Foreign Food Assistance to Developing Countries,” which explores the historical, geopolitical, and economic factors that have caused the failure of food assistance to developing countries.
“This conference provided a wonderful opportunity to connect with nonprofit scholars and faculty from around the world and to discuss the uniqueness of the graduate program in the Nonprofit Management Program at High Point University,” says Walker.
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