Clinton School Graduates to Participate in Global Day of Service

Graduates of the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service – who live, work, and serve across the world – will participate in the second annual Global Day of Service on Sunday, August 19 in conjunction with President Bill Clinton’s 72nd birthday. Organized activities are
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Law, Film Create Unique Service Path for Lofton

Clinton School alumni Jack Lofton has continued to make public service a priority after graduating with an MPS and concurrent law degree in 2013, whether it’s through his work as a consumer advocacy attorney, documentarian, filmmaker, or efforts on the board of the Arkansas Cinema Soc
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Alumni Roundup – July 2018

Kristen Raney (Class 9) will start the Ph.D. program in business administration with a management concentration at Arizona State University in the fall. Raney has worked as as assistant director of MBA Programs at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, since December 2015, where sh
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Scullark Pursuing Service Path with American Lung Association

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service graduate Marsha Scullark is pursuing her interests in public health and policy in a position with the American Lung Association. “One of my passions is health policy and health advocacy,” Scullark said. “Getting people access to
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Thompson Continues Service to Students and Schools with City Year

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service graduate Jay Thompson (Class 3) has worked for City Year, an organization dedicated to helping students and schools succeed, for 14 years. Thompson has served as a Regional Vice President for City Year since November 2014. “The m
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Hendrix Continues Life’s Work in ‘Dream Job’ at USFWS

A 2015 graduate of the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, Tatiana Riddle Hendrix currently works in Washington, D.C., as a Program Officer focusing on combating wildlife trafficking for the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). Hendrix’s position with
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Clinton School Alumni Roundup: June 2018

Anna Applebaum (Class 9) has been accepted to the New York University School of Law. Applebaum is a McLarty Scholar and was a Hillary Rodham Clinton fellow at the Georgetown Institute For Women Peace and Security. Ashley Bachelder (Class 6) will enter the Ph.D. program in Community Re
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Remembering Wambui Ngugi

The University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service is saddened by the sudden and unexpected passing of alum Wambui Ngugi on Wednesday in her native Nairobi, Kenya. A funeral service will be held Tuesday, June 19 at her parents’ farm in Maragua, Kenya. More information o
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DiPippa, Hicks Named to Arkansas Business 40 Under 40

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service Director of Public Programs and Strategic Partnerships Nikolai DiPippa and Class 7 alum Burt Hicks were recently named to the Arkansas Business 40 Under 40 Class of 2018. The two were selected by an internal committee from more t
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Clinton School Alumni Roundup: May 2018

Xochitl Delgado-Solorzano (Class 11) accepted a new position as Director of the Honors College Path Program at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. The program prepares exceptional high school students from underrepresented populations to excel at UAF. Lindsey Clark (Class 3) gra
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