Bailey Finishes Work on HBO Documentary “Meth Storm”

Clinton School alum Stephen Bailey’s recent work includes multiple credits on “Meth Storm,” the new HBO documentary that tells the story of drug enforcement agents working to stop cartels from flooding the United States with a new, potent form of meth called ICE, and the communities i
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Studies in South Asia, Habitat for Humanity Shape Richardson’s Public Service Interests

Kirby Richardson graduated from the University of Central Arkansas as a double major in history and religious studies. Richardson has collected a variety of volunteer and public service experience. In addition to his work with Habitat for Humanity, he has volunteered as a history and
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After Years Spent Working with Soldiers and Veterans, Joy Returns to the Classroom

A first-year student at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, Julie Joy earned an undergraduate degree in sociology from Clark University before earning her master’s degree in clinical social work from the Smith School for Social Work. Joy spent the past three y
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Next Alumni-Led Workshop Set for November 17

The Office of Community Engagement at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service recently hosted two alumni-led workshops at Sturgis Hall. The recent workshops are the first in a series that utilizes the vast array of skills and talents of Clinton School alumni as res
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Partner Profile: Ronald McDonald House Charities

Team: Julie Joy (Portland, Maine), Nicole Kanu (Little Rock, Ark.), Madhov Shroff (Hot Springs, Ark.), Patrick McBride (Washington, D.C.) Supervisors: Janell Mason and Donna Csunyo The team will explore opportunities for a nonprofit to expand services to area hospitals through program
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Partner Profile: Adult Learning Alliance of Arkansas

Team: Mark Cameron (Fayetteville, Ark.), Megan Burrow (Hot Springs, Ark.), Mallory Rusch (St. Louis, Mo.), Tiffany Phillips-Peters (Detroit, Mich.) Supervisors: Neil Jones and Nancy Leonhardt The team will conduct research to inform the development of a strategic plan that addresses t
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Clinton School to Help Sponsor Walk for Community Again in 2017

The University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service will help sponsor the Just Communities of Arkansas Walk for Community for the 10th consecutive year. This year’s walk is set for Sunday, November 5 at the River Market Pavilions. Clinton School alum James Szenher organized th
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Adegor Finds International Impact through SETF

Darlynton Adegor, a second-year student at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, is using a combination of existing legal knowledge with the Clinton School’s curriculum for community engagement to have a real impact on a major international crisis. A graduate of
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Rutherford Announced as Inaugural UAF Homecoming Lecturer

James L. “Skip” Rutherford III, adviser to a senator and president, dean of the Clinton School of Public Service and alum of the University of Arkansas, will deliver the Distinguished Alumni Lecture at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 1, in Giffels Auditorium in Old Main. It is free and open to
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Blake Strikes Balancing Act with Family, Profession, Clinton School

A graduate of UA Little Rock with a bachelor’s degree in theatre arts and a master’s degree in secondary education, Ganelle Blake is a first-year student at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service. Blake keeps a busy schedule. She is the owner and a strategic consu
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