Muthusami Kumaran
Muthusami Kumaran Researcher in Residence (Spring 2016) Assistant Professor of Nonprofit Management & Community Organizations in the Department of Family, Youth and Community Sciences at the University of Florida

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Muthusami Kumaran is the Clinton School Center on Community Philanthropy’s inaugural Researcher in Residence. He spent spring semester 2016 at the Center on Community Philanthropy partnering with local nonprofit Our House on a comprehensive research project. He will be presenting his research paper “Two-Generational Approach, Organizational Strength, and Community Philanthropy towards Prevention of Homelessness for Children and Families: Promising Practices from Arkansas.” After completing his residency, Kumaranwill return to the University of Florida, Gainesville as an assistant professor of Nonprofit Management and Community Organizations in the Department of Family, Youth and Community Sciences.

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