Three 2018 Grads Secure Full-Time Jobs

Three Clinton School students scheduled to graduate in May 2018 have already secured full-time jobs. Susanna Creed (Monrovia, Calif.), Mollie Henager (Conway, Ark.), and Domenick Lasorsa (Cape Cod, Mass.) were each able to find full-time positions through Clinton School connections. C
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Clinton School 2017 Year in Review

The Clinton School graduated its 11th class in May 2017. The school’s Master of Public Service degree program has now graduated over 300 students since its inaugural class in 2006. The school boasts a 90-percent graduation rate, with alumni landing jobs in global organizations s
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Two Clinton School Students Receive $45,000 Rotary Foundation Global Scholarships

The Rotary Foundation has named two new Rotary Foundation Global Grant Scholars at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, first-year students John Mensah and Izehi Oriaghan. Each student is the recipient of a $45,000 scholarship that can be used to cover academic
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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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Clinton School Students to Attend National Women’s Conference in Houston

Ten first-year students at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service will travel to “The National Women’s Conference: Taking 1977 into the 21st Century” at the University of Houston starting Sunday, November 5. In October, several Clinton School students had the oppo
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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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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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Stringing Liberating Structures for Research and Data Collection

In June 2017, University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service Student Emily Loker used a string of five Liberating Structures (LS) to conduct six “listening sessions” with groups of Philippi high school students in Cape Town, South Africa. Her purpose was to more deeply unders
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2017 McLarty Scholars Announced

McLarty Scholars is pleased to announce its 2017 recipients—Mollie Henager and Emily Smith, two University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service students, and Yvonne Quek, a graduate of the Clinton School. During their semester-long fellowships at Vital Voices Global Partnershi
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