Prewett Pursues Interest in Economic Development with Zoona

Wesley Prewett (Russellville, Ark.) is spending his summer in Cape Town, South Africa working with Zoona, a mobile technology company developing financial products including money transfers, savings accounts, and credit products for underserved consumers in Zambia and Malawi. Prewett,
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Webber Enjoys Early Weeks of IPSP with Kenya Relief

Clinton School student Rebecca Webber (Little Rock, Ark.) is currently in Migori, Kenya, for her International Public Service Project with Kenya Relief, where she is working conjunction with the Kenya Relief staff to implement a new medical records system and create an evaluation plan
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Towns Reflects on First Month of IPSP Work in Canada

Clinton School student Ravyn Towns (Memphis, Tenn.) is currently in Vancouver, British Columbia, for her International Public Service Project with Mothers Matter Centre, where she is collecting the stories of mothers detailing their experiences of familial and personal change they’ve
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McCall Reflects on First Two Weeks of IPSP Work in Tanzania

Clinton School student Christine McCall (Chicago, Ill.) is currently in Mwanza, Tanzania, for her International Public Service Project with Wesley College, where she will research best practices for servant leadership programs and develop a curriculum for Wesley’s Servant Leadership C
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United Nations Public Service Day is June 23

Saturday, June 23 is United Nations Public Service Day. Highlighted by the United Nations Public Service Awards, the day celebrates the value and virtue of public service to the community; highlights the contribution of public service in the development process; recognizes the work of
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Kurten Partners with DecARcerate Coalition for Capstone Project

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service graduate Megan Kurten collaborated with members of the DecARcerate Coalition on a research project focusing on inequities in Arkansas’ criminal justice system, particularly focusing on racial disparities in offender populations.
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Uncovering Barriers to Student Success in Dominican Republic’s Northern Coast

Recent graduate Paxton Richardson completed her Capstone project in spring 2018, which begins to identify barriers to university student success on the northern coast of the Dominican Republic. Richardson conducted a needs assessment for the DREAM Project, a Dominican nonprofit, in su
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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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Wince Continues Youth Work with IPSP in Kenya

Marquisa Wince (Milwaukee, Wisc.), who recently completed her first year at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, is in Nairobi, Kenya, this summer for her International Public Service Project. Wince is working with Probation and Aftercare Services, a government
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Dunlap Helps to Make Buddy Hayes Park a Space for All

South Fayetteville community partners are celebrating moving toward increasing access to public green space through the development of Buddy Hayes Park. The initiative to create a public space for outdoor education and recreation across from the Yvonne Richardson Community Center was
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