The Clinton School and Peacework Are Organizing a Short-term Public Service Project in Belize

To commemorate 10 years of International Public Service Projects, alumni are celebrating in true Clinton School fashion – by serving for social change. This summer, the Clinton School will partner with Peacework to organize a short-term public service project in Dangriga, Belize
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Student Tshering Yudon is Helping to Preserve Bhutanese Fables by Creating a Children’s Book Through Crowdsource Funding

Clinton School student Tshering Yudon from Thimpu, Bhutan, is collaborating with local visual and graphic artists in Bhutan to create a children’s picture book based on traditional Bhutanese fables. The project is an artistic endeavor to preserve and sustain local stories by sha
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Student, Haylee Fletcher, Improves Access to Healthcare for Refugees

Haylee Fletcher of Prescott Valley, Ariz., spent four months completing her University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service final Capstone project with the International Rescue Committee, a nonprofit resettlement agency that works to serve refugee populations from around the w
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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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Clinton School Student Lindsay Kuehn Helps a Minnesota Organization Revive the Bee-Hive

A graduate student assisted The Beez Kneez, a Minneapolis small business, in its efforts to raise awareness about the importance of honey bees and pollinators to the health of our food system. University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service student Lindsay Kuehn of Minneapolis
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“America’s Political Transformation or Just a Change in the Razorback Nation?,” an Op-Ed by Student Elaine Frigon

This op-ed was originally published in The Baines Report, an approved student organization composed of and governed by students of the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin. In the 2014 midterm elections, Americans sent a clear message—they are currently di
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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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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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Clinton School Student to Help Arkansas Governor’s School Reestablish Alumni Ties

As part of his culminating field service project, Benjamin Croner from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service will work to reconnect the Arkansas Governor’s School (AGS) with alumni of the program.Croner, of Potomac, Md., will be collecting updated contact details
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