“Building a Global Health Career from a Childhood Dream”

Alum Nicole Maddox was featured by the United States Agency for International Development as a former Global Health Fellow in “Building a Global Health Career from a Childhood Dream.” The Global Health Fellows Program (GHFP) II is the US Agency for International Development (USAID) Global Health (GH) bureau’s premiere Fellowship program that identifies and supports…

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Alum Tshering Yudon Publishes Her First Children’s Book

University of Arkansas Clinton School graduate Tshering Yudon of Thimphu, Bhutan, has written and published her first book, Bumo Jarim, a children’s book about her home country. Bumo Jarim is a Bhutanese folktale about a young, courageous girl named Karma who helps readers to redefine and examine beauty, compassion, and courage, and is illustrated by Sonam Chophel of…

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Alum Read Admire Does a Q&A on his Startup, The Urban Food Loop

A graduate of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and the Clinton School of Public Service, Read Admire launched The Urban Food Loop in May. It’s a do-gooder idea with a business start-up twist. For $31 a month, Admire will come by your house once a week, pick up your organic kitchen scraps in a supplied bin and turn landfill-bound waste into compost.

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Campus food pantries once-hungry grad’s goal

Pity for Mathews he’s such a poor face for the poor. He’s trim and good-looking and a dapper dresser (though in that ineffable way that could be country club, could be Kohl’s). At 24, he’s married to a future pharmacist, and newly graduated from the Clinton School of Public Service.

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