Clinton School Team Researching Donor Motivation for Ronald McDonald House Charities

A team of Clinton School students has spent the academic year working with Ronald McDonald House Charities of Arkansas, assisting the organization in its fundraising strategy by interviewing current and past donors – including corporations, foundations, and individuals – to discover t
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Rutherford to Speak at Mayor’s Community Meeting

James L. Skip Rutherford III, Dean of the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, will speak at the monthly Mayor’s Community Meeting in Batesville, Ark., on Thursday. The meeting will start at 5 p.m. at the Best Dam Steakhouse. Rutherford, a Batesville native, is a g
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Clinton School Team Explores Repurposing of ADEQ Mobile Units

Since September, a Clinton School team has been assisting the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) in exploring opportunities to repurpose two large mobile trailers previously used in energy-efficiency education. The students – Caleb Denton (Booneville, Ark.), Molly Eme
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Office of Community Engagement to Host Partner Fair

The Office of Community Engagement at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service will host its third annual Partner Fair for nonprofits, government agencies, businesses and other organizations interested in becoming a field service partner for the 2019-20 academic yea
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Clinton School Speaker Series: January and February 2019

The Clinton School Speaker Series has announced its lineup for January and February 2019. All Clinton School Speaker Series events are free and open to the public. Reserve your seats by emailing publicprograms@clintonschool.uasys.edu or by calling (501) 683-5239. Introducing The Strug
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B.A. Rudolph Foundation Awards Grant to Cole, Quarles at Clinton School

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service second-year students Rachel Cole and Beth Quarles have been awarded a grant from the B.A. Rudolph Foundation for their study on teacher leadership in Arkansas. The B.A. Rudolph Foundation awards sponsorship and grand funds annual
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Flanagan Continues Education and Entrepreneurship with the Future School of Fort Smith

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service graduate Trish Flanagan (Class 7) is beginning her third year with the Future School of Fort Smith, a tuition-free public charter high school in Fort Smith, Ark. “This year we’re really wrapped around focusing on academic perform
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Hicks, Trudell Selected for Arkansas Leadership Council

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service graduates Burt Hicks and Hilary Trudell are among the more than 60 individuals from across Arkansas selected for Leadership Arkansas Class XIII, a program operated by the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce/Associated Industries o
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Under 40 Leaders Make Recommendations for Positive Arkansas Awareness

In a report released on Monday, leaders under the age of 40 from across the state made recommendations to increase positive awareness about Arkansas to those within and outside the state. The report was presented to Gov. Asa Hutchinson and key staff by members of the Under 40 Forum an
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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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