Food Pantry Opens at UALR with Help from Clinton School Alum

A new food pantry for students, faculty and staff at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock has opened in the Donaghey Student Center on the UALR campus. ativan for saleClinton School graduate Brandon Mathews, who works with the Arkansa Food Bank, has been a leading voice on colleg
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Organization Make Memphis Selects Alum Kayla Brooks for ‘The Dean’s List’ About Up-And-Comers in Memphis

Welcome to The Dean’s List!  The Dean’s List will profile up-and-comers in Memphis who are certain to be the next group of leaders in the nonprofit, corporate, government, and faith communities.  The Dean’s List is curated by Kevin Dean, the Executive Director of Literacy Mid-South. K
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Alum Russell Carey Talks About His Current Work with the Rockefeller Foundation and Past Experience with the Clinton School

This article was originally published by the Southeastern Council of Foundations as part of their Member Highlight series, profiling the members of the 2015-16 Class of Hull Fellows. Russell Carey’s career path has included several years at a retail giant, a summer in South Africa, st
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Alum Marquita Little with Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families Talks About the Gap in Health Coverage for Arkansas Hispanic Children

This article was originally produced by Jeff Stein,  Public News Service – AR Arkansas could be doing a better job of reaching out to Latino families to get health insurance for their kids. That’s one finding in a new report from the Georgetown University Center for Childr
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Class of 2013 Alum Yana-Janell Scott Named on of Arkansas Business Class of 2015 ’20 in their 20s’

This article is originally from Arkansas Business. While a student pursuing a master’s degree in public service from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, Yana-Janell Scott worked in Africa to help train and empower emerging women leaders. Helping others has bee
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Syrian Refugees in Jersey City Are Among Few to Start New Life in U.S.

This article features 2011 Clinton School graduate and director of Church World Service of Jersey City, Mahmoud Mahmoud. The article was produced and written by Liz Robbins for the New York Times, and originally published here. By LIZ ROBBINS JERSEY CITY — After four years of fleeing
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“My Journey from AmeriCorps Volunteer to a Professional Public Servant”

This article was written by AmeriCorps alum and Clinton School graduate, Andrea Price, and originally published on the AmeriCorps Alumni blog. Today’s guest blog comes to us from AmeriCorps alum Andrea Price who served from 1999-2000 with W. C. Whaley Elementary School in rural Montic
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Alum Read Admire Does a Q&A on his Startup, The Urban Food Loop

This q&a originally was produced and published by the Arkansas Times A graduate of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and the Clinton School of Public Service, Read Admire launched The Urban Food Loop in May. It’s a do-gooder idea with a business start-up twist. For $
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Campus food pantries once-hungry grad’s goal

This article was originally published by Bobby Ampezzan for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Brandon Mathews has an offering for student services director Michelle Anderson, who runs the food pantry at Pulaski Technical College: hamburger and hot dog buns from his wife’s work picni
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Alum Trish Flanagan is Leading the Effort to Open a Public Charter School in Fort Smith, Ark.

This article originally appeared on thecitywire.com Fort Smith business leaders, working with the Fort Smith Public School District and the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith, are moving forward with a plan to open by August 2016 a public charter school for students in grades 10-12.
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