This article was originally published by the Arkansas Economic Development Commission. The ultimate American Dream: The son of a single mother from a rural town in a small, Southern state becomes president of the United States and brings the nation’s only advanced degree in public ser
University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service will host Dr. Dorian Jano, executive director with the Albanian Institute of Public Affairs and Lecturer of European Studies at University Marin Barleti in Tirana, Albania, August 16 through September 14. Dr. Jano’s visit is made
University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service faculty Member Dr. Warigia Bowman has been awarded a $12,000 grant from the Carnegie Corporation and the University of Pennsylvania to investigate the use of the online election platform Uchaguzi (meaning election, in Kiswahili).
Dr. Arvind Singhal is the recipient of the 2014 Elizabeth G. Andersch award for outstanding teaching, scholarship, & mentorship in the communication discipline. Formerly an Ohio University Communication Studies Professor, Dr. Singhal is now a William J. Clinton fellow of the Clint
Dr. Charlotte Williams, director of the Center on Community Philanthropy, recently sat down with Andrea Price, Clinton School graduate and executive director of The Giving Net, to talk about public service, philanthropy, the importance of community, and the work of the Center.
Clinton School Professor Don Ernst was recently interviewed by Comcast Newsmakers regarding his work as the Coordinator of the Children’s Initiative at the Hillary Rodham Clinton Children’s Library and Learning Center.
Clinton School Director of Field Service Education, Marie Lindquist, set to host her workshop, “Using Liberating Structures to Teach, Reflect, and Work Differently,” at the 2014 Gulf-South Summit at Auburn University next spring. More about the workshop: Liberating structu
Greater percentages of white and Latina women volunteer and make donations to charities than do white and Latino men, according to results of a non-partisan academic poll. The poll, released by the Diane D. Blair Center of Southern Politics and Society at the University of Arkansas an
The Clinton School’s Center on Community Philanthropy has released a digital version of its second edition compendium, “Pathways to Racial Healing in the American South: A Community Philanthropy Strategy.” The publication, which is comprised of a collection of scholarly essays,
LITTLE ROCK – Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel delivered the commencement address today to the graduating class from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, telling the graduates to “make change your ally not enemy.” Citing the legacy of President Bill Clinton, wh