Recommended Reading from the Class of 2020

For the 12th consecutive year, first-year students enrolled in the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service’s Master of Public Service degree program have compiled a list of books they recommend others to read. The books will be on display at a drop-in reception on Thur
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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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Singhal to Present Lecture on Positive Deviance at Hendrix College

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service distinguished fellow Dr. Arvind Singhal will present the lecture “The Positive Deviance Approach: Solving Complex Problems from the Inside Out” as Hendrix College’s 2018 Mellon Scholar, on Thursday, October 4. The event is set fo
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Dean Rutherford Included on Senior Expo Discussion Panel

The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Senior Expo, set for Saturday, September 15, will include a political discussion on “Arkansas Seniors and the Upcoming Election” with Clinton School of Public Service Dean James L. “Skip” Rutherford III along with John Brummett (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette)
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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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Clinton School Students Choose Campaigns to Follow for “Midterm Madness”

Nineteen Clinton School of Public Service students in the fall seminar, “The 2018 Elections: Midterm Madness,” taught by Dean James L. “Skip” Rutherford III have each selected a campaign to follow through the November elections. The students selected 19 different campaigns
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Rainey Follows Education Path to ScholarMade

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service graduate Derrick Rainey (Class 6) is the Academy Director for grades K-2 at ScholarMade Achievement Place of Arkansas, located at the Historic Mitchell Building in central Little Rock. ScholarMade Achievement Place was founded by
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Alumni Roundup – August 2018

LaKaija Johnson (Class 9) is the recipient of a Community Liaison fellowship with Seventy-Five North Revitalization Corp. in Omaha, Neb. Johnson is a second-year doctoral student at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, pursuing a Ph.D. in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
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Tyler Graduates from Emerging Leaders Academy

Renee Tyler, a student in the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service’s Executive Master of Public Service degree program, graduated from the American Public Works Association Emerging Leaders Academy on Wednesday. Tyler, who lives and works in Dubuque, Iowa, was chose
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Driver Collaborates on Research Article, Course Reader

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service faculty member Nichola Driver’s research article with Cynthia M. Cready from the University of North Texas titled, “Nativity/language, neighborhoods, and teen pregnancy norms among U.S. Hispanics,” will be published in the forthc
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