Slavin-Patti Award (Research Practice)
Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership & Governance
About the prize
The "Slavin-Patti Award" is an annual journal award that recognizes an outstanding research article that informs management practice. Simon Slavin and Rino Patti were the founders and early editors of the journal, formerly called Administration in Social Work. Their aim in creating the journal was to further the development and understanding of the processes, principles, and practices of administration and management in the human services.
|2021||Joseph A. Allen & Kelly Prange||Another Meeting Just Might Do It! Enhancing Volunteer Engagement Using Effective Meetings||45||1|
|2019||Karissa Fenwick, Benjamin Henwood, Rebecca Lengnick-Hall, Ana Stefancic and Todd Gilmer||Exploring Variation in Housing First Implementation: The Role of Fit||43||5|
|2018||Theresa Anasti||Radical Professionals? Sex Worker Rights Activists and Collaboration with Human Service Nonprofits||41||4|
|2017||Mathieu R. Despard||Strengthening Evaluation in Nonprofit Human Service Organizations: Results of a Capacity-Building Experiment||40||4|