Clinton School Students Explore Public Interest Law Firm Potential

A team of graduate students partnered with the Arkansas Public Policy Panel (APPP) to conduct research determining the feasibility of a public interest law firm in Arkansas. University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service students Elaine Frigon of Pine Bluff, Ark., Luke Frauen
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Student Mara D’Amico Strengthens Women’s Policy and Research Committee

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service student Mara D’Amico of Grand Rapids, Mich. has extensively studied best practices for nonprofit policy and research committees, and has prepared a strategic planning report that will grow and strengthen the Women’s Foundation of
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Student Angela Jimenez Helps Arkansas Department of Health Fight High Teen Pregnancy Rate

As part of the final project for the public service master’s program, Angela Jimenez, M.D, from the University Of Arkansas Clinton School Of Public Service, researched and identified the protective factors against unplanned teen pregnancies in Arkansas, alongside the Arkansas Departme
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Sturgis Hall Receives Gold LEED Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council

The University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service and the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation announced today that Sturgis Hall, the restored 1899 Choctaw passenger train station adjacent to the Clinton Presidential Library, has received Gold LEED certification from
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Team of Clinton School Students Enable UAMS to Better Serve the 12th Street Community in Little Rock

A team of graduate students at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service will present findings on how to increase University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) volunteer participation and raise community awareness and access to the UAMS 12th Street Health and We
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Student Analyzes Methods for Increasing Strength of International Development Advocacy Campaign

A University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service student partnered with the ONE Campaign to formulate a strategic plan for increasing organizational membership and enhancing the impact of the organization’s advocacy campaigns in the United Kingdom. Roger Norman (’14) of Bento
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Team of Students to Present Recommendations for the Future of Active Transportation in Little Rock

In partnership with the City of Little Rock, graduate students from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service will present recommendations for the future of active transportation in central Arkansas. The presentation will offer ideas for future bicycle and pedestrian
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Student Krystle Chipman Researches Impact of a Local Non-profit Cafe in Denver

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service student, Krystle Chipman, conducted research for So All May Eat (SAME) Café, on the impact its services have on patrons, in order to sustain and expand their mission in the community. Krystle Chipman of San Jose, CA spent the fal
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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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