Clinton Foundation, Clinton School of Public Service, and U.S. Green Building Council to Make Announcement on Earth Day 2014

WHAT: Representatives of the Clinton Foundation, the Clinton School of Public Service, and the United States Green Building Council will make an announcement regarding the Clinton Center’s commitment to sustainability on Earth Day 2014. WHEN: Tuesday, April 22, 2014 (Earth Day)
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Student Matt Orr Works to Expand Peace-building Program in Asia

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service student Matt Orr (’14) partnered with Sarus, a non-profit organization based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia that fosters peace and understanding between its participants, to create a feasibility study for an exchange program between Ban
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In Memory of Melissa Clark (1955-2014)

In memory of our friend and colleague, Melissa Clark, who passed away on Friday, April 11, 2014.
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Student André Breaux Completing Fellowship with Sacramento Mayor’s Office

Clinton School student André Breaux (’14) has spent the academic year working full-time as a graduate fellow for the Office of Mayor Kevin Johnson in Sacramento, Calif. Breaux has been working with the Mayor’s education nonprofit Stand Up to support the organization’s national mobiliz
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Clinton School Team Project Helps Arkansas Minority Health Consortium to Strengthen Collaborative Efforts in the State

A team of graduate students conducted best practice research on collaboration tools and practices to help strengthen the collective efforts of state, faith-based, and nonprofit health-serving organizations across the state of Arkansas. University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public S
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William J. Clinton Fellow, Dr. Arvind Singhal, Receives the Elizabeth G. Andersch Award

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
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Student Jacob Perry (’14) Advocates for Better Inclusion of Minorities in Kosovo Health Insurance Scheme

University of Arkansas Clinton School student, Jacob Perry of Fayetteville, Ark., partnered with Balkan Sunflowers, an organization primarily focusing on Roma, Ashkali, and Egyptians in Kosovo, to help provide better health services to three minority populations. Together with Balkan
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Student Immaculee Kayitare Helps Implement Early Childhood Development Policy in Rwanda

A graduate student conducted research to help Imbuto Foundation implement the Early Childhood Development policy that was passed by the Rwanda government in September 2011. University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service student Immaculee Kayitare of Kigali, Rwanda spent the p
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Student Kathleen Brophy Works to Improve Justice and Transparency in Uganda’s Oil Sector

Second year graduate student, Kathleen Brophy of Ellicott City, Md. completed a seven-month term as interim Extractive Industries Program Officer for Transparency International-Uganda working to strengthen civil society capacity in the country regarding issues of transparency and acco
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Student Gregg Potter Assesses South Africa’s Ability to Provide Safety for LGBTI Asylum-Seekers

Life for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Intersex (LGBTI) people living in Africa is difficult.  Recently countries such as Uganda, Nigeria, and Malawi have created laws that more severely persecute these people.  In response, South Africa has committed to aid persecuted peop
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