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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McLarty Global Fellows Program

Vital Voices Global Partnership is honored to collaborate with the McLarty Global Fellows Program, a philanthropic endeavor established by Mack and Donna McLarty, for a five-year partnership to provide fellowships to students at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Serv
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Arkansas Literacy Councils and Clinton School to Host “Time for U.S. To Reskill” Event

Arkansas Literacy Councils and the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service will host a “Time for the U.S. to Reskill” event on Thursday, December 4, 2014 at Universal Unitarian Church. This event is part of a nationwide effort initiated by the U.S. Department of Educat
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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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December Speakers at the Clinton School

“Nothing is certain except for death and taxes… and paying student-athletes,” J.R. Carroll Monday, December 1, 2014 at 12:00 p.m. (Sturgis Hall) In 2011, J.R. Carroll became a Certified Contract Advisor with the National Football League Players Association. He is one of tw
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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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Alum Jose Guzzardi Will Be Keynote Speaker at the 49th Arkansas Model United Nations Conference at UCA

This article was originally produced and published by the Log Cabin Democrat. The original article can be found here. The University of Central Arkansas will host the 49th Arkansas Model United Nations (AMUN) Conference on Friday and Saturday. About 425 delegates and faculty advisers
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Veterans Day – A Call to Action for the 99 Percent

This article was written and produced by Burt Hicks, Clinton School alum. November 11th.  Veterans Day.  Though many people believe that Memorial Day and Veterans Day are observed for the same reason, there is a subtle yet important distinction between the two.  While both holidays ho
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