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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Students Create Avenues for Collaboration in Pine Bluff Neighborhoods

In conjunction with The City of Pine Bluff Economic and Community Development Department, three students from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service have worked to initiate a collaborative project in a neighborhood on the east side of Pine Bluff, Ark. Clinton Scho
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Students Explore Possibilities for Expanding Arkansas Education Nonprofit

Three students from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service worked in collaboration with Arkansas Commitment, a leadership development and college access program in Little Rock, to assess the possibility of expanding the program to various communities across the st
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Students’ Research Highlights Need for Home Health Interventions in Arkansas

Four graduate students at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service partnered with the Clinton Climate Initiative’s Home Energy Affordability Loan (CCI-HEAL) program to explore the connection between baseline housing conditions, asthma prevalence, and related health
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Jackson County to Unveil Community Alumni Network

After eight months of research, the Newport Economic Development Commission will reveal the much-anticipated Jackson County Community Alumni Network. A central aspect of the Network is a database that contains contact information for Jackson County current and former residents. This N
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Clinton School Students Study Internet Accessibility Options for Online Degree Seeking Students

Four students from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service (UACS) have partnered with the University of Arkansas System to map and determine the broadband capacity of three communities around the state for online degree seeking students in Arkansas. Clinton School
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Clinton School Student Conducts Impact Study on Heifer International’s Workplace Community Supported Agriculture Model

Angela Toomer of Little Rock, Ark. completed her University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service Capstone Project with Heifer International, conducting an impact evaluation of Heifer USA’s workplace Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) model. The workplace CSA offers Heifer e
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