Alexander Capstone Collaborates with Association of Arkansas Counties

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service graduate Amie Alexander worked in collaboration with the Association of Arkansas Counties to study the needs of Arkansas Counties interested in implementing County Youth Councils as part of her final Capstone project. The project
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Clinton School Alumni Roundup: May 2018

Xochitl Delgado-Solorzano (Class 11) accepted a new position as Director of the Honors College Path Program at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. The program prepares exceptional high school students from underrepresented populations to excel at UAF. Lindsey Clark (Class 3) gra
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Alexander Named to Next Generation Delegation for the Global Food Security Symposium

Amie Alexander, a second-year student at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service from Waldron, Ark., has been named to the Chicago Council on Global Affairs’ Next Generation Delegation for the Global Food Security Symposium, set for March 21-22 in Washington D.C. A
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Alexander enjoys IPSP with Foreign Agricultural Service in Tokyo

Clinton School student Amie Alexander traveled to Tokyo, Japan, to do her International Public Service Project with the Foreign Agricultural Service, which links U.S. agriculture to the world to enhance export opportunities and global food security. What is the mission of the Foreign
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