Riley Heads to Houston for Hurricane Harvey Relief

Alum Hunter Riley came to the Clinton School as a graduate of the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville in 2007. Since graduating in 2009, he spent more than four years in various roles at the Pat Tillman Foundation. In 2013, he co-founded Schlep, a tech-enabled local logistics and del
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Qualls spends summer advocating development in Albania

This article appears courtesy of Tina Medlock from the UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law Colby Qualls, a concurrent student at UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law, recently completed his International Public Service Project in Albania. Qualls interned at the Alba
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Clinton School Class of 2019 Releases its Recommended Reading List

For the 11th consecutive year, students at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service have compiled a list of books they recommend others read. The books will be on display at a drop-in reception tonight at Wordsworth Bookstore (5920 R Street) in The Heights from 5-6:
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Rhodes Comes Full Circle as Practicum Supervisor

Clinton School alum Jenna Rhodes currently works as a program manager for the Childhood Obesity Prevention Research Program and the program operations manager for Arkansas GardenCorps at the Arkansas Children’s Research Institute. As a UACS student, Rhodes was a member of the Practicu
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Partner Profile: EAST Initiative

Team: Karen Zuccardi (Bogotá, Colombia), Nora Vinas (Miami, Fla.), Rebecca Webber (Little Rock, Ark.), Adriana Ongay (Philadelphia, Pa.) Supervisors: James Hopper and Alicia Humbard The EAST Initiative began in a single classroom of at-risk high school students and has expanded to ser
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Partner Profile: Arkansas Farm to School

Team: Nicole Hellthaler (Trumbull, Conn.), Joshua DeBruyn (Grand Rapids, Mich.), Amy Stewart (Lancaster, Pa.), Alex Stradal (St. Louis, Mo.) Supervisors: Emily English and Jenna Rhodes The team will map existing assets that could potentially support farm-to-institution programs across
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Foreign correspondent Nick Schifrin to host year-long student seminar at the Clinton School

American foreign correspondent Nick Schifrin, currently a special correspondent at PBS NewsHour, will be a visiting fellow for the second consecutive year at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service during the 2017-18 academic year. Schifrin’s first campus visit is
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Treviño Completes IPSP with Awamaki in Peru

Brandon Treviño, a second-year student at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, recently completed his International Public Service Project in Peru. Treviño worked with Awamaki, which helps women start and run their own businesses by investing in their skills an
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Looking Back at a Global Day of Service

Graduates of the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, who live and work all over the world, participated in a Global Day of Service on Saturday, August 19, 2017 to commemorate President Bill Clinton’s 71st birthday. Below are quotes from alums across the coun
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Huffman Learns Foreign Affairs with U.S. State Department Embassy in Armenia

Clinton School student Zack Huffman’s International Public Service Project took him to Yerevan, Armenia, to work with the United States Department of State Embassy of Yerevan, Armenia. The state department’s mission is to create a more secure, democratic, and prosperous world for the
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