Edgell’s Business and Entrepreneurial Experiences Dovetail with IPSP

First-year Clinton School student Dylan Edgell looks forward to furthering his business and entrepreneurial experiences this summer when he travels to Ollantatytambo, Peru, for his International Public Service Project with Awamaki. Edgell’s public service interests include economic de
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Clinton School Students Prepare for International Public Service Projects

This summer, 43 students in the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service Master of Public Service degree program will conduct International Public Service Projects. The students will travel to 28 different countries on six continents. The Clinton School has now placed s
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Zuccardi Looks to Advance Sustainability with Avani

Each spring, the City of Little Rock kicks off a new year of sustainability by hosting the Sustainability Summit. The Summit provides central Arkansas residents the opportunity to learn, network, and leverage their sustainability efforts with the efforts of others. Clinton School stud
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Reich Combines IPSP and Capstone with Reproductive Health Research in Ecuador

A second-year student at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, Liz Reich is currently in Quito, Ecuador, working on a combined International Public Service and Capstone Project with Novulis. A business providing healthcare through mobile and stationary clinics o
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