Student Andrew Lovley Designs Comprehensive Evaluation System for Educational Nonprofit in Panama

Andrew Lovley of Wrentham, Mass. completed a three-month partnership with Give & Surf Inc., a nonprofit based in rural Panama that provides community development and educational access to an underserved indigenous population. Lovley’s final capstone project for the University of A
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Clinton School Student Ashley Jones Conducts Cost-Benefit Analysis of the Arkansas Drug Court System

For her final individual capstone project, University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service student Ashley Jones of Piedmont, South Carolina, studied the Arkansas Drug Court System. Jones partnered with the Arkansas Supreme Court to investigate the costs and benefits of Drug Co
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Clinton School Student Lindsay Kuehn Helps a Minnesota Organization Revive the Bee-Hive

A graduate student assisted The Beez Kneez, a Minneapolis small business, in its efforts to raise awareness about the importance of honey bees and pollinators to the health of our food system. University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service student Lindsay Kuehn of Minneapolis
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Clinton School Student Alex Handfinger Develops Strategic Plan for Arkansas Local Food Network

For his final capstone project, University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service and concurrent UAMS Fay W. Boozman College of Public Health student Alex Handfinger of Holland, PA partnered with the Arkansas Local Food Network (ALFN) to develop a strategic plan. ALFN is a small
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A Call to Service for the Next Generation

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
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Forty-three Students to Complete Final Public Service Projects in Arkansas and Around the World

Forty-three graduate students are pursuing in-depth public service projects across Arkansas, the country, and the world as the final requirement of the Clinton School’s Master of Public Service (MPS) degree program.The students are partnering with public service organizations on
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New Research Reveals Barriers Facing Arkansas’s Women and Girls and Their Impacts to the State’s Economy, Two Clinton School Alum Among Authors

The Women’s Foundation of Arkansas released three new studies that examine the impact of teen pregnancy and birth on education; the perceptions women have about the status of women in the home, workforce, and politics; and the links between education of women and girls to ArkansasR
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Mack, Donna McLarty Launch Global Fellows Program, Extends Opportunities for Learning and Service

This article was produced by and first appeared on ArkansasBusiness.com Thomas F. “Mack” and Donna McLarty have launched an initiative to bolster international engagement and participation though a few academic partnerships. The McLartys announced the McLarty Global Fellow
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Students Anna Applebaum and Tshering Yudon with Dean Skip Rutherford and Donna McLarty

Clinton School students (left)  Anna Applebaum, a graduate ofWashington University in St. Louis  and  (right) Tshering Yudon, a graduate of Middlebury College are serving as McLarty Global Fellows with Vital Voices Global Partnership in Washington D.C. this semester. Vital Voices iden
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Clinton School Student Chris Morgan Conducts In-Depth Feasibility Study for Heifer International

For his final capstone project, University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service and concurrent UALR William H. Bowen School of Law student Chris Morgan of El Dorado, Arkansas partnered with Executive Offices at Heifer International and the organization’s in-house counsel depar
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