News: The Center
The Center on Community Philanthropy at the Clinton School of Public Service has received an additional four years of support from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to expand its Racial Healing Certification Program.
Dr. Charlotte Williams and Kent Broughton will participate in “Purposeful Philanthropy – The Strategic Planning Imperative,” a nonprofit leadership symposium hosted by Squire Patton Boggs, a full-service global law firm operating at the intersection of law, business, and government. The symposium will be held Friday, March 31 in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Charlotte Williams has co-authored a research article with Drs. Karl Besel, K. Tyrone Spann, James W. Wallace, and Tonya E. Thornton, “Racial Justice in the Nonprofit Sector: Addressing Nonprofit Sustainability in Diverse Communities" for Public Integrity.
The Center on Community Philanthropy at the Clinton School of Public Service announced the Women’s Foundation of Arkansas as the recipient of the 2023 Advancing Equity Award and recognized nine nonprofit leaders as part of the inaugural Racial Healing Certification class on Thursday, January 19.
The Center on Community Philanthropy at the Clinton School of Public Service is accepting applications for the 2023 Community Philanthropy Advancing Equity Award in commemoration of the National Day of Racial Healing.
Kent Broughton has been named Assistant Director of the Center on Community Philanthropy at the Clinton School of Public Service.
The Center on Community Philanthropy at the Clinton School of Public Service at the University of Arkansas has established a new class of scholars to its long-running, nationally-recognized Scholars in Residence program. These new scholars are the Distinguished Scholars in Racial Healing Practice. The program is supported by a three-year grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation of Battle Creek, Mich.
The Center on Community Philanthropy at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service welcomes the inaugural class of the Racial Healing Certification Program to Little Rock, Ark., for the start of its Racial Healing Tour. The tour will be from March 29 to April 1 and will include visits in Arkansas and Alabama.
The University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service Center on Community Philanthropy announces the Faculty Scholars for the Racial Healing Certification Program.
The Clinton School Speaker Series not only enhances the education of Clinton School students, but also provides a venue for the public to engage in intellectual discussions on the issues of the day.