Clinton School Now Accepting New Project Proposals from Partner Organizations

The University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service invites non-profits, government agencies, businesses, foundations or other organizations working on issues of social change to submit ideas for field projects to be accomplished during the 2016-2017 academic year. ativan for
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Capstone Project Leads to Pilot Program for the Little Rock School District

This article was originally published by Arkansas Money & Politics. Several high school students in the Little Rock School District are learning how to build their own business from the ground up this semester as part of the new pilot program called Spark, a partnership between th
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Clinton School Students Completing Final Field Service Projects

Forty-seven students are currently working on their final field service projects throughout Arkansas and the world to complete the Clinton School’s Master of Public Service (MPS) degree program. The students are partnering with public service organizations on projects related to econo
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A Look Back at International Public Service Projects Over the Summer Through Statistics

In the summer after their first year, University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service students compete their International Public Service Projects (IPSP). The IPSP is designed to provide a hands-on experience for students at an agency that is located overseas or has a global m
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Announcing the Class of 2017

The University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service will enroll 39 new students in its two year Master of Public Service (MPS) degree program this fall. Located on the grounds of the William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Park in downtown Little Rock, the Clinton School is
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Graduate John Delurey (’14) Proposed and Designed the “Solar Mamas” Training Center for Barefoot College

Class of 2014 graduate John Delurey proposed and designed the “solar mamas” training center for Barefoot College for his final Capstone project. The article below, originally featured on PRI’s website, talks extensively about the “solar mamas” program and
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Quenching Walmart’s Thirst for Water Efficiency

This article was written by Clinton School alum Kellen Utecht, director of sustainability with Phigenics. This article originally appeared in EDF’s blog. Famed economist Adam Smith once said, “Nothing is more useful than water; but it will purchase scarce anything; scarce anythi
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Recent Clinton School Graduate Read Admire to Launch New Urban Composting Project

Uni­ver­sity of Arkansas Clin­ton School of Pub­lic Ser­vice alum, Read Admire, is launch­ing The Urban Food Loop, a new Lit­tle Rock-based startup focused on reduc­ing res­i­den­tial and com­mer­cial food waste through a weekly urban com­post­ing ser­vice, edu­ca­tion ini­tia­tives,
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Students to Travel to 26 Countries for International Projects

Forty-three students from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service will complete international public service projects in 26 countries this summer as part of the Master of Public Service (MPS) degree program.Students are partnering with a government or non-governmen
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Student Tshering Yudon Leads Networking Mapping Initiative for a Women’s Business Training Program

Second-year student Tshering Yudon spent four months at Vital Voices Global Partnership as a McLarty Global Fellow. Yudon spent an additional three months compiling and enhancing her research on the structure, characteristics, dynamics, and value of women’s business networks. She led
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