CSUN Faculty and Students Use Creative Arts to Identify Barriers to Nonprofit Services

January 11, 2016

California State University, Northridge sociology professor Moshoula Capous-Desyllas and sociology graduate students Aleksey Reshetnikov, Patricia Lara and Elizabeth Bogumil are researching people’s pathways to nonprofit services in an unconventional way — through the creative arts and visual mapping methodologies.

Funded by CSUN’s Isabelle Walker Endowment for Nonprofit Organizations Studies, the project highlights the pathways that clients take to get services from various nonprofit organizations. The project was inspired by an experience that Bogumil had with a homeless CSUN student who was looking for help.

Continue reading about the project at CSUN Today.