Presidency and Philanthropy Conference

September 16-17, 2010

 

Several U.S. presidents used their position to stimulate philanthropy, generosity and idealism. Grand Valley State University’s Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies and Johnson Center for Philanthropy hosted The American Presidency and Philanthropy.

The event took place September 16-17, in Loosemore Auditorium in the DeVos Center on Grand Valley’s Pew Grand Rapids Campus.

Richard Gunderman is an associate professor in the School of Medicine and School of Liberal Arts at Indiana University. Gunderman’s commitment to education extends beyond medicine; he also teaches in the Center on Philanthropy and the Department of Philosophy at Indiana University. Gunderman has authored more than 200 scholarly articles and written textbooks on the subjects of radiology and ethics and philanthropy. He earned his medical degree and doctorate from the University of Chicago.