Students Reflect on Martin Luther King Day Events

In this week following the commemoration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Clinton School students reflect on a few events in which they participated, and why the topics of peace making, community building, and passion for leaving the world in a better place than you found it, extends b
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Capstone Project Leads to Pilot Program for the Little Rock School District

This article was originally published by Arkansas Money & Politics. Several high school students in the Little Rock School District are learning how to build their own business from the ground up this semester as part of the new pilot program called Spark, a partnership between th
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Center on Community Philanthropy partners in Sumner, Miss. to convene local residents

On November 10, The Clinton School Center on Community Philanthropy sponsored a community conversation in Sumner, MS concerning the future of the Emmett Till Multipurpose Complex in Tallahatchie County, MS. Forty Tallahatchie County residents attended the community dialogue to discuss
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Clinton School Students Completing Final Field Service Projects

Forty-seven students are currently working on their final field service projects throughout Arkansas and the world to complete the Clinton School’s Master of Public Service (MPS) degree program. The students are partnering with public service organizations on projects related to econo
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Two Students Announced as Rotary Foundation Global Grant Scholars

This fall, the Rotary Foundation named two new Rotary Foundation Global Grant Scholars at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, first year students Demas Soliman and Arjola Limani.    Each student will receive a scholarship of $40,000 that can be used to cover a
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A Look Back at International Public Service Projects Over the Summer Through Statistics

In the summer after their first year, University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service students compete their International Public Service Projects (IPSP). The IPSP is designed to provide a hands-on experience for students at an agency that is located overseas or has a global m
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Students Reflect on Attending CGI 2015

In the post below, Clinton School students Austin Hall, Austin Harrison, Akaylah Jones, Alex, Lanis, Molly Miller, and Ashley-Brooke Moses, reflect on their experience attending the 2013 Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Annual Meeting  in New York. One of the most unique things about v
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Congratulations to the New SGA Executive Committee

2015-2016 SGA Executive Committee is President: Evan Brown Class 10 Representative: Kathryn Baxter Class 11 Representative: Ben Barber Governance Committee Chair: Emily Kearns Communications Coordinator: Daniel Caruth Community Liaison: Akaylah Jones Congratulations to the new SGA Exe
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Six Students to Attend the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting

Six Clinton School students will be in New York City from September 26-29 to attend the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting (CGI). CGI is an invitation-only even held each September in New York City for heads of state, chief executives of companies, directors of major nonprofits,
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Recommended Reading List from the Clinton School Class of 2017

For the tenth consecutive year, students at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service have compiled a list of books they recommend others read.”This always interesting and diverse book list has become a much anticipated tradition here at the Clinton School,R
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