David Campbell

David Campbell is Associate Professor in the Department of Public Administration at Binghamton University.  He established the Philanthropy Incubator there in 2008 and taught his first experiential philanthropy course in 2009.  Since then, his undergraduate and graduate students have given away over $150,000 to Binghamton area nonprofit organizations.

He has also taught experiential philanthropy courses at Koç University, in Istanbul, Turkey.  He has written about experiential philanthropy for the Journal of Public Affairs Education (the article is available here).  He also teaches undergraduate courses in civic engagement and graduate courses in nonprofit management.

His current research focuses on performance measurement and social media use in the nonprofit sector, as well as the role of philanthropy in Turkey.  He has published his research in a wide range of public administration journals including Public Administration Review, Nonprofit Management and Leadership (where he serves on the editorial board), Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly and The American Review of Public Administration.  He holds a Ph.D. from Case Western Reserve University, a master’s degree from Yale University and an undergraduate degree is from Bates College.