Alum Greg Holyfield Goes to Liberia to Help Fight Ebola

The article below originally appeared on local NBC affiliate news station WSMV in Nashville, TN. A Nashville man who is part of the disaster response team in Liberia has experienced firsthand the hard work and challenges the Ebola outbreak presents. “We’re working our rear
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Clinton School Students Reflect on Attending CGI 2014

In the post below, Clinton School students, Angela Toomer, Anna Applebaum,  Bolton Kirchner, Brenda Hernandez, Tatiana Riddle, and Tiffany Jacob reflect on their experience attending the 2014 Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Annual Meeting in New York. We never thought we would be able
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Newport Welcomes Clinton School Team

The article below originally appeared and was produced by www.deltarevisited.com Newport and Jackson County are pleased to welcome a new Practicum Team from the Clinton School of Public Service to the area. The Team is composed of Joyce Akidi from Kampala Uganda, Alex Lanis from Ada,
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Registration is Now Open for the Gulf-South Summit Hosted by the Clinton School and UALR

The 2015 Gulf-South Summit on Service-Learning & Civic Engagement through Higher Education will be held in Little Rock, Arkansas on March 11-13, 2015, hosted by the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and the Clinton School of Public Service. Registration is now live on the Gulf
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Dr. Al Bavon is Hosting a Day-long, Hands-on Workshop for Nonprofit Program Professionals

The Clinton School of Public Service is partnering with the Arkansas Nonprofit Alliance and UAMS Translational Institute to provide a full-day workshop entitle Successful Program Evaluation for nonprofit professionals. This is an opportunity to learn more about how to evaluate the pro
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With the Help of Clinton School Students, Newport is Looking to Track Grads in a Bid to Stop ‘Brain Drain’

This article originally appeared on arkansasonline.com and was produced by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. For years, Newport — along with most other small Arkansas towns — has seen youngsters leave the area to attend college in bigger towns and then never return. The direc
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Delta Circles founder and Center on Community Philanthropy Partner Patricia Ashanti Highlighted as 2014 Visionary

The article below originally appeared on the Arkansas Times annual Visionaries issue, which is a celebration of Arkansans with ideas of transformative power. Delta Circles, founded by Patricia Ashanti in 2009, is a small nonprofit in Helena with a big mission: fighting poverty in the
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My Pledge to Public Service

This blog post originally appeared on the Clinton Foundation’s blog. Erin O’Leary is an alum of the Clinton School. I will get things done for America – to make our people safer, smarter, and healthier. I will bring Americans together to strengthen our communities. F
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Old Golf Course Turned Into Community Course Garden

The story below was originally published by KTHV in Little Rock. An accompanying video on the story can be found here. (KTHV)- So many Arkansans don’t know where their next meal will come from. A new report from The US Department of Agriculture announced our state is the number
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Clinton School Study Highlights Economic Impact of Civil Legal Aid

The article below originally appeared online at www.dailyrecord.us A team of graduate students conducted research to help Arkansas Access to Justice Commission calculate the economic impact of civil legal aid services in Arkansas provided by the state’s two legal aid providers: the Ce
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