Clinton School Center on Community Philanthropy Awarded Major Grant

The Center on Community Philanthropy at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service has received a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to support its work of leading philanthropic and nonprofit infrastructure organizations to advance racial equity and sector effecti
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“Passing the Torch: Planning for the Next Generation of Leaders in Public Service”

Public-service executives, both elected and appointed within the public and nonprofit sectors, are retiring at record levels, and the number of Americans reaching age sixty-five annually will continue to rise over the next decade and is expected to surpass four million in 2020. Findin
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The Center on Community Philanthropy Receives the 2016 Community Partner Award from Higher Purpose Co.

The University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service Center on Community Philanthropy recently received the 2016 Community Partner Award from Higher Purpose Co. in Clarksdale, Mississippi. The Center supported Higher Purpose Co.’s community empowerment program—Higher Purpose Ac
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Center on Community Philanthropy to Welcome Scholar in Residence Robin D. Ferriby Starting February 27, 2017

The University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service Center on Community Philanthropy will welcome Scholar in Residence Robin D. Ferriby, Vice President of Philanthropic Services at the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan, February 27-March 3, 2017. Ferriby is vice pres
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Center on Community Philanthropy Welcomes Two Scholars in Residence for 2016-2017 Academic Year

The University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service Center on Community Philanthropy has selected two Scholars in Residence for the 2016-2017 academic year. The Scholar in Residence program, established in 2009, is extended to researchers, practitioners and senior executives w
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Delta Leadership Institute Graduates 50 from Executive Academy, Nine from Arkansas, One Current Student, Two Alums

Fifty community leaders have successfully completed the year-long Delta Leadership Institute Executive Academy, a program of the Delta Regional Authority. The Executive Academy is a training program that brings together business and community leaders from each of the eight states of t
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Passing the Torch: Planning for the Next Generation of Leaders in Public Service by Charlotte Williams, Director of the Center on Community Philanthropy, and Karl Basel Available for Pre-order Now

Public-service executives, both elected and appointed within the public and nonprofit sectors, are retiring at record levels, and the number of Americans reaching age sixty-five annually will continue to rise over the next decade and is expected to surpass four million in 2020. Findin
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The Pearls Foundation Honors Dr. Charlotte Williams with the Global Impact Award

The PEARLS (Promoting Education Achievement Resourcefulness Leadership & Scholarship) Foundation, in conjunction with Chi Eta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, honored women of color who have demonstrated a commitment to outstanding service and made significant contribu
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Center on Community Philanthropy Partners with Higher Purpose Academy in Clarksdale, Mississippi

The University of Arkansas Clinton School Center on Community Philanthropy recently joined a partnership to launch the inaugural session of Higher Purpose Academy (HPA), an innovative community empowerment program for minority millennials in the Mississippi Delta. The academy took pla
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Local Nonprofit Our House Selected to Work with Inaugural Center on Community Philanthropy Researcher in Residence

The Clinton School Center on Community Philanthropy is proud to announce local nonprofit Our House has been selected to work with our inaugural Researcher in Residence Dr. Muthusami Kumaran in Spring 2016. Our House operates a comprehensive program that utilizes a multi-generational a
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