Commitment to diversity, pre-K expansion among top priorities in Under 40 Forum report

In a report released today, leaders under the age of 40 from across the state identified key issues for retaining and recruiting young talent to Arkansas. The report, composed by the Winthrop Rockefeller Institute, is the result of the Under 40 Forum, a two-day summit held April 1-2 b
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Sophia Said, Humanitarian Award Winner from Just Communities of Arkansas

On Tuesday, May 24, 2016, Jerry Adams, Hugh McDonald and Clinton School of Public Service alumna Sophia Said received the humanitarian award from Just Communities of Arkansas. With this award, Just Communities of Arkansas continues its work as a bridge builder for Arkansas communities
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Juneteenth + Kinsey Collection: Celebrating African-American History and Achievement

On June 19, 1865, two months after Confederate General Robert E. Lee’s surrender in Virginia, Union General Gordon Granger and his troops arrived in Galveston, Texas, to take control of the state and enforce President Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation. General Granger read General O
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“The need for student-focused education,” by alum Matthew Caston

This article was written by Matthew Caston and published by Talk Business & Politics. What happens when you give a child freedom? Choice? The power to pick their path and walk it? We’ve always relied on policy makers and school administrators to help define the role of education a
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Alum Katie Milligan, Along with Delta Regional Authority Co-chair Chris Masingill, Talks About her Work in the Mississippi Delta

This article was originally published by Arkansas Money & Politics and written by Erica Sweeney For an entrepreneur to be successful, he or she needs a champion. In the Mississippi Delta region, those champions are needed more than ever. Enter the Delta Entrepreneurship Network, a
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UA Board of Trustees Approves an Online Executive Master of Public Service Degree Program

At its regular meeting today on the campus of Cossatot Community College of the University of Arkansas in Nashville, Ark., the University of Arkansas Board of Trustees approved an online Executive Master of Public Service (EMPS) degree program to be offered by the University of Arkans
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President Bill Clinton to Deliver 10th Clinton School Commencement Address

Forty-one students will graduate with a Master of Public Service (MPS) degree from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service (UACS) during the 2016 commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 15th at 1:30 p.m. on the grounds of the Clinton Presidential Center and Park in Li
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Department of Human Services to accept Donations for Children in Foster Care Through the Month of May

Each year thousands of children are rescued from dangerous situations and taken into the Arkansas foster care system. Sometimes, our caseworkers find that the children don’t even have the basics, like clean underwear, diapers or a bag for their clothes, and they often have not eaten.
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Student Team Partners with Goodwill to Better Serve the Latino Community

Goodwill Industries of Arkansas partnered with four students from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service to strengthen relationships with the Latino community in Central Arkansas. The aim of the study is to determine effective strategies to connect with the Latino
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Clinton School Partners with the Centers for Youth and Families to Offer Innovative Therapy for At-risk Youth

A team of University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service students recently worked with the Centers for Youth and Families in Little Rock to create a garden therapy and evaluation plan. Clinton School students Claire Hodgson of Russellville, Ark., Kristen Alexander of Little R
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