Nichola Driver is the Executive Director for the Office of Field Service and an Assistant Professor at the Clinton School of Public Service. Driver teaches Field Research Methods and oversees the Practicum and IPSP experiences.
Mike Hemphill, Professor of Practice at the Clinton School of Public Service, is the Director of Leadership Development at the Clinton Foundation and co-Director of the Presidential Leadership Scholars program, a collaboration among four presidential centers.
Brandon Merrell is an Assistant Professor at the Clinton School of Public Service. Merrell’s research is focused on how international processes affect global development, social inequality, and political violence.
Robert C. Richards, Jr is an Assistant Professor at the Clinton School of Public Service. Richards teaches Communication Processes and Social (Ex)Change and Ethical and Legal Dimensions of Public Service.
Abigail Vaughn is the William Jefferson Clinton Fellow at the Clinton School of Public Service. Vaughn’s research focuses on financial inclusion global governance, and political stability in emerging market economies.
Charlotte Lewellen Williams (DrPH, MPH) is Professor of Public Health and Director of the Center on Community Philanthropy (The Center) at the Clinton School of Public Service.
Arvind Singhal, Ph.D.
Director of the Social Justice Initiative, UTEP
William J. Clinton Distinguished Fellow
John M.A. DiPippa
Professor Emeritus of Law
Malcolm Glover, Ph.D.
Senator David Pryor
Christina C. Standerfer, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus of Communication
Senior Diversity Specialist, UAMS
Adjunct Instructor (Education Policy)
Adjunct Instructor (Nonprofit Marketing)
James L. “Skip” Rutherford III
Attorney, Barber Law Firm
Adjunct Instructor (Urban Issues)