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School of Public, Nonprofit and Health Administration   Tags: grants, health_administration, nonprofit, policies, public_administration  

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Welcome to the GVSU Libraries guide to research in public, nonprofit, and health administration.  On the pages tabbed above, you'll find resources tailored to specific research needs:

  • Databases
    Databases contain multiple journals with scholarly articles written about public, nonprofit, and health administration.
  • Recommended Journals
    Searching by journal is great for exploring specific topics covered by particular journals and keeping up with new scholarship in a focused area.
  • Demographics/Stats
    How to find local and national demographic and statistical information.
  • Policy
    How to find local, state, and national policies and policy articles/analyses.
  • Johnson Center
    An academic center focused on increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of the charitable sector. This center is part of the College of Community and Public Service at Grand Valley State University.
  • Grants
    How to find funders and grant opportunities.

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