Norman Dolch - Author

Dr. Norman Dolch is the founder of the Institute for Nonprofit Administration and Research (formerly Institute for Human Services & Public Policy) and the Master of Science in Nonprofit Administration at LSUS. He developed the for-credit and non-credit nonprofit administration programs at LSUS including partnership with the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance (formerly American Humanics).

He retired from his role as Executive Director of the Institute and Sociology Professor in 2007. He continues to conduct nonprofit research and teach nonprofit studies as an adjunct. He is outgoing Editor Emeritus of the Journal of Nonprofit Education and Leadership.

Nonprofit Crisis Management


This book presents a series of case studies of a diverse set of nonprofit organizations and their operations during the COVID-19 pandemic, shining a spotlight on the impact of the pandemic on communities served by these organizations – particularly those living at the margins of society. This book can be used in a nonprofit management course at the graduate or undergraduate level or in a course on emergency management.

Nonprofit Law



Social Change and Nonprofit Management


This book is intended to be used in an eight week introductory course in nonprofit management in upper level undergraduate courses or at the graduate level.  This introductory text is specifically written to familiarize students with nonprofit management techniques and approaches geared towards creating more just communities through social change.