Noah D. Drezner, Ph.D.

 

Associate Professor
Teachers College, Columbia University
525 West 120th St, Box 101
211B Zankel

New York, NY 10027
 

drezner@tc.columbia.edu

Tel 212-678-3787

 

Identity-Based Phialnthropy, Higher Education Phialnthropy and Fundraising

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Education

 

Ph.D.          Higher Education

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

 

M.S.Ed.      Higher Education Management

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

 

Certificates

College & University Teaching Certificate

University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

 

Professional Writing

University of Rochester, Rochester, New York

 

Nonprofit Leadership

Roberts Wesleyan College, Rochester, New York    

 

B.S.             Earth and Environmental Sciences, 2000

University of Rochester, Rochester, New York

 

2010 - present

2010 - present

Selected Publications

 

Books

 

Drezner, N.D. & Huehls, F. (2014). Fundraising and institutional advancement: Theory, practice, and new paradigms. New York: Routledge.  

 

Gasman, M., Drezner, N.D., Epstein, E., Freeman, T.M., & Avery, V.L. (2011). Race, gender, and leadership in nonprofit organizations. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Drezner, N.D. (2011). Philanthropy and fundraising in American higher education. ASHE Higher Education Reports. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

 

Nominated for 2012 CASE John Grenzebach Award for Outstanding Research in Philanthropy for Educational Advancement

 

Edited Books

 

Drezner, N.D. (Ed.) (2013). Expanding the donor base in higher education: Engaging non-traditional donors. New York: Routledge.

 

Winner of 2014 Skystone Partners Prize for Research on Fundraising and Philanthropy presented by The Association of Fundraising Professionals

 

Drezner, N.D. (Ed.) (2010). Fundraising in a time of economic downturn: Theory, practice, & implications. International Journal of Educational Advancement, 9(4).

 

Walton, A. & Gasman, M. (Eds.) Huehls, F., Wells, A., & Drezner, N.D. (Associate Eds.) (2008). Philanthropy, fundraising, and volunteerism in higher education. ASHE Reader Series. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson Publishing.

 

Winner of 2009 CASE John Grenzebach Award for Outstanding Research in Philanthropy for Educational Advancement

 

Articles in Referred Journals

 

Drezner, Noah. D. & Garvey, Jason C. (Forthcoming). (Un)Conscious queer identity and influence on philanthropy towards higher education. Nonprofit and Volunteer Sector Quarterly.

 

Garvey, J.C. & Drezner, N.D. (2013). Advancement staff and alumni advocates: Cultivating LGBTQ alumni by promoting individual and community uplift. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 6(3), 199-218.

 

Drezner, N.D. (2013). The Black church and millennial philanthropy: Influences on college student prosocial behavior at a church-affiliated Black college. Christian Higher Education, 12(5). 

 

Drezner, N.D. & Gupta, A. (2012). Busting the myth: Understanding endowment management at public historically Black colleges and universities. Journal of Negro Education, 81(2), pp. 107-120. 

 

Drezner, N.D. (2010). Private Black colleges’ encouragement of student giving and volunteerism: An examination of prosocial behavior development. International Journal of Educational Advancement, 10(3), pp 126-147.

 

Drezner, N.D. (2010). Fundraising in a time of economic downturn: Theory, practice, & implications – an editorial call to action. International Journal of Educational Advancement, 9(4), pp 191-195.

 

Gasman, M. & Drezner, N.D. (2010).  Fundraising for Black colleges during the 1960s and 1970s:  The case of Hampton Institute. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 39(2), 321-342.

 

Drezner, N.D. (2009). Why give?: Exploring social exchange and organizational identification theories in the promotion of philanthropic behaviors of African American millennials at private-HBCUs. International Journal of Educational Advancement, 9(3), 147-165.

 

Gasman, M., & Drezner, N.D. (2009).  A Maverick in the field: The Oram Group and fundraising for change in the Black college community during the 1970s. History of Education Quarterly, 49(4), 465-506.

 

Nominated for 2010 CASE John Grenzebach Award for Outstanding Research in Philanthropy for Educational Advancement

 

Perna, L., Lundy-Wagner, V., Drezner, N.D., Gasman, M., Yoon, S., Bose, E., and Gary, S. (2009). The contribution of HBCUs to the preparation of African American women for STEM careers: A case study. Research in Higher Education, 50, 1-23. Lead Article

 

Gasman, M., & Drezner, N.D. (2008).  White corporate philanthropy and its support of private Black colleges in the 1960s and 70s. International Journal of Educational Advancement, 8(2), 79-92.

 

Gasman, M., & Drezner, N.D. (2007). A rising tide: New Orleans’s Black colleges and their effort to rebuild after Hurricane Katrina. Multicultural Review, 16(1), pp 34-39. Lead Article

 

Drezner, N.D. (2006). Recessions & tax-cuts: The impact of economic cycles on individual giving, philanthropy, and higher education. International Journal of Educational Advancement, 6(4), pp 289-305.

 

Nominated for 2007 CASE John Grenzebach Award for Outstanding Research in Philanthropy for Educational Advancement

 

Drezner, N.D. (2005). Advancing Gallaudet: Alumni support for the nation's university for the Deaf and hard-of-hearing and its similarities to Black colleges and universities. International Journal of Educational Advancement, 5(4), 301-315.

 

Chapters in Books

 

Drezner, N.D., Villarreal, R.C. (in press.) “Engaging the Latino community: Enhancing HSIs’ Latino donor base. In F. Bonner II, T. E. Dancy II, R. T. Palmer, & J. P. Mendez (Eds.) Hispanic Serving Institutions. New Jersey: Stylus Publishers.

 

Drezner, N.D., Villarreal, R.C., & Mobley, S.D. (in press). Choosing not to sit together: Experiences of White honors students at a public HBCU. In T. L. Strayhorn, M. S. Williams, and D. Tillman-Kelly (Eds.) Creating New Possibilities for the Future of HBCUs with Research.

 

Drezner, N.D. (2013). Using White privilege: Advancing diversity and social justice through undue advantage. In S. Thompson (Ed.) Views from the Frontline: Voices of Diversity on College Campuses, Champaign, IL: Common Ground Publishing.

 

Garvey, J.C. & Drezner, N.D. (2013). Alumni Giving in the LGBTQ Communities: Queering Philanthropy. In N.D. Drezner (Ed.) Expanding the Donor Base in Higher Education: Engaging Non-Traditional Donors. New York: Routledge, 74-86. 

 

Drezner, N.D. (2013). Introduction. In N.D. Drezner (Ed.) Expanding the Donor Base in Higher Education: Engaging Non-Traditional Donors. New York: Routledge, 1-12.

 

Drezner, N.D. (2012). Encouraging giving among graduate and professional degree alumni at HBCUs. In R. Palmer, A. Hilton, & T. Fountaine (Eds.) Inside the Experience of Black Graduate Students at HBCUs: Trends, experiences & outcomes, Charlotte: Information Age Publishing, 188-200.

 

Perna, L.W., Gasman, M., Gary, S., Lundy-Wagner, V., & Drezner, N.D. (2010). Identifying strategies for increasing degree attainment in STEM: Lessons from minority-serving institutions. In S. Harper, & C. Newman (Eds.) “Students of color and STEM: Constructing a new research agenda,” New Directions for Institutional Research, 148¸  41-51.

 

Gasman, M., Perna, L., Yoon, S., Drezner, N.D., Lundy-Wagner, V., Bose, E., & Gary, S. (2009). The Path to Graduate School in Science and Engineering for Underrepresented Students of Color. In M. Howard-Hamilton, S. Johnson, R. Winkle Wagner, and L. Santiague (Eds.) Access, Transitions and Retention for Students of Color in Doctoral Programs. New Jersey: Stylus Publishers, 63-81.

 

Drezner, N.D. (2008). Building Kendall Green: Alumni Support for Gallaudet University. In B. Greenwald & J. V. Van Cleve (Eds.) “A Fair Chance in the Race of Life”: The Role of Gallaudet University in Deaf History. Washington, D.C.: Gallaudet University Press, 140-153.

 

Drezner, N.D. (2008). For alma mater and The Fund: The United Negro College Fund’s National Pre-Alumni Council and the creation of the next generation of donors. In M. Gasman & C. Tudico (Eds.) Triumphs and Troubles: Historical and Contemporary Essays on Black Colleges. New York: Pelgrave Macmillan, 15-26.

 

Drezner, N.D. (2008). Arguing for a Different View: Viewing Deaf-Serving Institutions as Minority-Serving. In M. Gasman, B. Baez, & C. Sotello Turner (Eds.), Understanding Minority Institutions. New York: SUNY Press, 57-70.

 

Gasman, M. & Drezner, N.D., (2007). Hurricane Katrina and the Nation's Obligation to Black Colleges. In K. Bates and R. Swan (Eds.) Through the eye of Katrina: Social justice in the United States. Durham: Carolina Academic Press, 337-346.

 

Gasman, M. & Drezner, N.D., (2007). A Call for Community Based Education: The State of Public Safety Issues at Special Interest Institutions. In J. Jackson and M. Terrill (Eds.) Toward Administrative Reawakening: Creating and Maintaining Safe Campuses. Virginia: Stylus Publishing, 150-172.

 

Drezner, N.D. (2005).  Thurgood Marshall:  A Study of Philanthropy Through Racial Uplift. In M. Gasman & K. V. Sedgwick (Eds.), Uplifting a people: Essays on African American Philanthropy In Education.  New York, NY: Peter Lang, 89-100. 

 

Winner of the Association for Fundraising Professional's Skystone Ryan Prize for Research on Fundraising and Philanthropy