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.
Class of 2014 graduate John Delurey proposed and designed the “solar mamas” training center for Barefoot College for his final Capstone project. The article below, originally featured on PRI’s website, talks extensively about the “solar mamas” program and
This article was written by Clinton School alum Kellen Utecht, director of sustainability with Phigenics. This article originally appeared in EDF’s blog. Famed economist Adam Smith once said, “Nothing is more useful than water; but it will purchase scarce anything; scarce anythi
University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service alum, Read Admire, is launching The Urban Food Loop, a new Little Rock-based startup focused on reducing residential and commercial food waste through a weekly urban composting service, education initiatives,
Clinton School alum and ISOS Co-Founder Nancy Mancilla will be awarded a 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award from The Sustainable Business Council (SBC) of Southern California for her commitment to the advancement of sustainability practices as well as her professional accomplishments in
Abby Olivier will be joining the Clinton School of Public Service as the new Community Relations Manager for the Center on Community Philanthropy. She is a 2014 graduate of the Clinton School and 2013-14 graduate assistant for the Center on Community Philanthropy. Abby is a native of
Class 8 Alum launches Project Kinect, a social change firm that assists people and organizations in creating the positive social change they wish to see. Project Kinect will be officially launching in Madison, WI Monday, February 23rd. The week will be filled with events, Meet Ups, a
This article originally appeared on www.ArkansasBusiness.com The Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas have named J.D. Lowery as manager of community and economic development. He previously served as director of the Arkansas Energy Office for the Arkansas Economic Development Commission.
This essay was produced by the Clinton Foundation and written by Clinton School alum Mara D’Amico. For more essays on public service, click here. As millions around the world can attest, the legacy of President Clinton has been both far-reaching and profound. Like many millennia
This article was originally produced and published by the Log Cabin Democrat. The original article can be found here. The University of Central Arkansas will host the 49th Arkansas Model United Nations (AMUN) Conference on Friday and Saturday. About 425 delegates and faculty advisers