5 Myths about Africa – #5: ‘Africans are begging for help, so they’ll love our solution’

This post, written by Class of 2017 student Sarah Fowlkes, was originally published on OurValues.org and republished here with permission. In America, we are often bombarded with campaigns from non-profit organizations asking for donations to help with some dire cause in Africa. Many
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Announcing the Class of 2017

The University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service will enroll 39 new students in its two year Master of Public Service (MPS) degree program this fall. Located on the grounds of the William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Park in downtown Little Rock, the Clinton School is
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Recent Clinton School Graduate Read Admire to Launch New Urban Composting Project

Uni­ver­sity of Arkansas Clin­ton School of Pub­lic Ser­vice alum, Read Admire, is launch­ing The Urban Food Loop, a new Lit­tle Rock-based startup focused on reduc­ing res­i­den­tial and com­mer­cial food waste through a weekly urban com­post­ing ser­vice, edu­ca­tion ini­tia­tives,
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Students to Travel to 26 Countries for International Projects

Forty-three students from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service will complete international public service projects in 26 countries this summer as part of the Master of Public Service (MPS) degree program.Students are partnering with a government or non-governmen
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Student Tshering Yudon Leads Networking Mapping Initiative for a Women’s Business Training Program

Second-year student Tshering Yudon spent four months at Vital Voices Global Partnership as a McLarty Global Fellow. Yudon spent an additional three months compiling and enhancing her research on the structure, characteristics, dynamics, and value of women’s business networks. She led
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Students Highlight the Importance of English as a Second Language Programming in Central Arkansas

For the past seven months, four students from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service worked with Literacy Action of Central Arkansas (LACA) to gather perceptions on the need for English as a Second Language (ESL) programming in the region. Jennifer Guzman of Hiale
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Students and Alumni to Compete in Second “Deep South Showdown” Cooking Contest

Students and alumni of the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service will compete Saturday, May 2 in the school’s second “Deep South Showdown” showcasing southern food and cooking.  Friday May 1 is the last day of class. Final exams are May 4-8 and grad
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Students Present Research on Neighborhood Revitalization in Garland County

A team of graduate students from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, in partnership with Garland County Habitat for Humanity (GCHFH), completed a study exploring ways for GCHFH to have a greater impact within the communities it serves. The research team recent
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Students Examine Publicly Funded Program that Feeds Arkansas’s Hungry Kids

Three students from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service worked with the Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance (AHRA) to complete an assessment of the organization’s publicly funded school breakfast program, Arkansas Meals for Achievement (AMFA).  Part of the comprehe
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Clinton School Students and Alumni Respond to Earthquake in Nepal

Nepal was recently hit by a 7.8-magnitude earthquake, killing at least 4,500 and displacing tens of thousands from their homes. Clinton School students and alumni are raising funds to contribute to the relief efforts. Current student Tshering Yudon, who is leading the fundraising effo
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