Clinton School Students Prepare for International Public Service Projects

This summer, 43 students in the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service Master of Public Service degree program will conduct International Public Service Projects. The students will travel to 28 different countries on six continents. The Clinton School has now placed s
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Hernandez​ ​Awarded 2018 B.A. Rudolph Scholarship

Mariella Hernandez was awarded the B.A. Rudolph Scholarship at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service on Friday. The B.A. Rudolph Foundation awards the $12,000 scholarship annually to a woman who is a rising second year at the school and who best embodies the miss
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Partner Profile: Phoenix Youth and Family Servies

Team: Connor Flocks (Greenwood, Ark.), Eric Kouadio (Dabou, Côte D’Ivoire), Yaala Muller (Modi’in, Israel), Marquisa Wince (Milwaukee, Wisc.) Supervisors: Roshunda Davis and Toyce Newton Community planning and organization is needed to create economic opportunities within the Desha Co
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Zuccardi Looks to Advance Sustainability with Avani

Each spring, the City of Little Rock kicks off a new year of sustainability by hosting the Sustainability Summit. The Summit provides central Arkansas residents the opportunity to learn, network, and leverage their sustainability efforts with the efforts of others. Clinton School stud
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Combating Opioid Crisis Personal for Treviño

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service student Andrew S. Treviño of Greeley, Colo., has spent the past four months completing his final Capstone project with the Arkansas Department of Human Services Division of Behavioral Health Services (DBHS) working on the Arkansa
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Loker Looks at the Softer Side of Service

For this week’s Spring Break, five Clinton School students have traveled to Houston to participate in rebuilding efforts with SBP for Hurricane Harvey. Throughout the week, the students will be posting reflections on their work. Today’s post is from Emily Loker, a second-year student
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Wegner Sees City’s Strength through its People

For this week’s Spring Break, five Clinton School students have traveled to Houston to participate in rebuilding efforts with SBP for Hurricane Harvey. Throughout the week, the students will be posting reflections on their work. Today’s post is from Brian Wegner, a first-year student
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Richardson Reflects after First Day of Recovery Work in Houston

For this week’s Spring Break, five Clinton School students have traveled to Houston to participate in rebuilding efforts with SBP for Hurricane Harvey. Throughout the week, the students will be posting reflections on their work. Today’s post is from Kirby Richardson, a first-yea
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Clinton School to Participate in Roll Call Live’s Spring Graduate Fair

University of Arkansas Clinton School Director of Admissions Alex Thomas (aethomas@clintonschool.uasys.edu) will be in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, March 22 for Roll Call Live’s Spring Graduate Fair. The Clinton School is the nation’s first to offer a Master of Public Se
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Five Clinton School Students to Work with SBP in Houston over Spring Break

On Sunday, March 18, five students from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service will travel to Houston, Texas, to participate in the rebuilding efforts for Hurricane Harvey. Katie Barnes, Emily Loker, Kirby Richardson, Amy Stewart, and Brian Wegner will work with S
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