Christine Sumner (Class 7) recently completed her Ph.D. in animal welfare from the University of British Columbia and has accepted a position in New Zealand as a Scientific Officer for the NZ Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (NZSPCA).
Burt Hicks (Class 7) and Hilary Trudell (Class 6) are among the more than 60 individuals from across Arkansas selected for Leadership Arkansas Class XIII.
Kelly Fleming (Class 7), director of development for the Arkansas Arts Center, has been announced as a National Philanthropy Day honoree by the Arkansas Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
Brandon Mathews (Class 9), who works as the associate director of campus resources for the Colleges and Universities Food Bank Alliance, contributed to the first-ever national survey of campus food pantries.
Andrew Treviño (Class 12) was part of the team that applied for a $10.3M grant to focus on improving prevention and treatment services throughout Arkansas that was recently awarded to the Division of Adult, Aging and Behavioral Health Services at the Arkansas Department of Human Services. Treviño has worked as an opioid treatment policy coordinator with ADHS since April 2018.
Anna Strong (Class 5) discussed the work at Arkansas Children’s Hospital to combat food insecurity in a recent US News story.