Donovan Serving as Research Analyst at U.S. Embassy in Beijing

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service second-year student Connor Donovan is serving as a research analyst for the United States Commercial Service at the U.S. Embassy in Beijing, China, this fall. Donovan arrived in Beijing in late September and began work on October
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EMPS Students Release List of Recommended Podcasts and Lectures

Starting a new tradition at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, students enrolled in the Executive Master of Public Service degree program have submitted a piece of digital media – podcasts, documentaries, online lectures, etc. – that they recommend for others
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Alumni Roundup – October 2018

Nouroudine Alassane (Class 10) is in Namibia on a consultation assignment for Barefoot College after having previously done consulting work in Senegal and Benin. He is a project manager for a beekeeping and honey project for a program in Benin, funded by the U.S. Embassy in Benin. Reg
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Standerfer to Retire at End of Academic Year

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service associate professor Christina Standerfer will retire at the end of the 2018-19 academic year. Standerfer, who joined the Clinton School in 2007, has also served as Faculty Director of the Office of Community Engagement since 2016
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Berry Named Coordinator for Hot Springs’ Northwoods Trails System

Traci Berry, currently enrolled in the Executive Master of Public Service degree program at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, has been named trail coordinator for the new mountain-biking Northwoods Trail System in Hot Springs. Berry, who previously served as
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Tyler Named Dubuque Director of Transportation Services

City Manager of Dubuque, Iowa, Mike Van Milligen has appointed Renee Tyler to be the city’s next director of transportation services. Tyler, currently enrolled in the Clinton School’s Executive Master of Public Service degree program, serves as the city’s assistant public works direct
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Cutz Joins The Cohen Group after Six Years with U.S. Government

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service graduate Fernando Cutz (Class 6) was recently announced as a senior associate with The Cohen Group after spending the previous six years in various government positions, including tours of the White House under both President Bar
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Williams Announced as Keynote Speaker at Indiana Blacks in Philanthropy Conference

Dr. Charlotte Williams, associate professor and Director of the Center on Community Philanthropy at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, has been announced as the keynote speaker at the Indiana Blacks in Philanthropy Conference (IBIP), set for Nov. 4-5 in Gary,
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Work with Canopy NWA Fuels Future Plans for Mensah

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service student John Mensah spent his summer working with Canopy Northwest Arkansas, a refugee resettlement program specific to northwest Arkansas. Mensah helped to design a research methodology, combining quantitative and qualitative me
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B.A. Rudolph Foundation Awards Grant to Cole, Quarles at Clinton School

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service second-year students Rachel Cole and Beth Quarles have been awarded a grant from the B.A. Rudolph Foundation for their study on teacher leadership in Arkansas. The B.A. Rudolph Foundation awards sponsorship and grand funds annual
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