Danovi Honored by Arkansas Environmental Education Association

Executive Master of Public Service student Angela Danovi, who serves as Arkansas Regional Products Manager for Ozarks Water Watch, has been announced as the Outstanding Environmental Educator of the Year (Non-Formal Education) by the Arkansas Environmental Education Association (AEEA)
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Huffman Sets Sights on Forming Mississippi Mobile Market in Rural Delta

Recent University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service graduate Zack Huffman conducted data analysis on food behaviors and practices while developing a business plan to establish a mobile food market in Tallahatchie County, Miss. Huffman was inspired to focus on food insecurit
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Clinton School Sets Service Hour Milestone

With the completion of the 2017-18 school year in May, thirteen classes of University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service students have now combined to complete over 315,000 hours of direct public service throughout Arkansas, the United States, and the world. “Surpassin
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Commemorative Bench to Honor Eckford

Central High School’s Memory Project students, the National Park Service, the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, and other community leaders have combined to begin work on a commemorative bench to honor Little Rock Nine member Elizabeth Eckford The bench wi
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Quarles’ Path to Clinton School Includes Time in China, Nashville, Jonesboro

Beth Quarles is a first-year student at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service. A graduate of Lipscomb University, Quarles earned her bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies and her master’s degree in teaching English language learners and instructional lea
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Clinton School Connections Deliver Flocks to MassChallenge

First-year University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service student Connor Flocks is a graduate of the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. He entered the Clinton School with public service interests in economic development, voter rights, and mental health. As a senior at UAF,
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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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Social Entrepreneurship Leads to Business Plan for LINX Bistro

As part of adjunct professor Terry Mazany’s Social Entrepreneurship class, four University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service students recently created a business plan for a new concept for a full-service casual dining restaurant in Little Rock. The plan culminated with Wedn
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Owyoung collaborates with The Venture Center to conduct economic impact analysis

A six-month economic impact analysis conducted in conjunction with the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service recently found that members of The Venture Center have created an additional 192 jobs within the previous year, an increase of 43 percent, resulting in 637 to
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Campbell, Levi Crowned Arkansas Crossword, Sudoku Champions

Duff Campbell, a professor of mathematics at Hendrix College in Conway, won the 11th annual Arkansas State Crossword Puzzle Championship on Sunday afternoon at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service. Beth Levi, a clinical professor at the UA Little Rock William H.
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