Partner Profile: Arkansas Farm to School

The Arkansas Farm to School team will map existing assets that could potentially support farm-to-institution programs across Arkansas. Students will research and review other local food system statewide asset maps from across the nation, aggregate existing databases of assets from various organizations and agencies, and create new databases for currently missing information, all of which will inform the development of a searchable map to be housed online.

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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.

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Clinton School Students to Complete 11 Public Service Projects in Arkansas

Eleven teams of students from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service will complete public service projects in partnership with public agencies, community initiatives, academic ventures, and nonprofit organizations across Arkansas during the 2017-18 academic year.

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Alexander enjoys IPSP with Foreign Agricultural Service in Tokyo

Clinton School student Amie Alexander traveled to Tokyo, Japan, to do her International Public Service Project with the Foreign Agricultural Service, which links U.S. agriculture to the world to enhance export opportunities and global food security.

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Miller returns from work with Arthik Samata Mandal in India

Clinton School student Chelsea Miller’s International Public Service Project took her to Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, India, to work with Arthik Samata Mandal. ASM’s mission is to promote scientific, secular, and democratic outlook among people and to help them to become conscious citizens creating a new society based on Gandhian values of truth, non-violence, equality, dignity, freedom, and justice.

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Treviño concludes IPSP with African Prisons Project

Clinton School student Andrew Treviño’s International Public Service Project took him to London, England, to work with the African Prisons Project, whose mission is to bring dignity and hope to the men, women, and children living and working in prisons across Africa.

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Clinton School students enjoying summer in Cape Town

Three Clinton School students are enjoying their time in Cape Town, South Africa, this summer. Emily Loker and Joshua Snyder, who are working on the South African Education Project, were recently joined by Jason Lochmann at Rhodes Memorial in Cape Town.

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Images of Women in Reentry – Hope Rises Photography Exhibit and Reception

Hope Rises, a nonprofit in Little Rock, offers a comprehensive program for previously incarcerated women to transform their lives and achieve successful reentry into their community. The Hope Rises Wellness & Recovery House is a supportive community living environment in which women can recover from trauma and addiction and work daily on their physical, mental,…

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Students will Conduct Projects in 19 Countries this Summer

Thirty-three students in the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service Master of Public Service degree program will conduct international public service projects in 19 different countries this summer. Students will complete projects related to agriculture, education, economic development, criminal and social justice, and international development, among others, for organizations such as Winrock International,…

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