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Master of Public Service Application Priority Deadline is October 15
Master of Public Service Application Priority Deadline is October 15

The Priority Deadline to apply for Fall 2023 enrollment in the Clinton School of Public Service’s Master of Public Service Degree program is October 15.

Team-Based, Arkansas-Focused Practicum Projects Announced for 2022-23
Team-Based, Arkansas-Focused Practicum Projects Announced for 2022-23

Seven teams of first-year students from the Clinton School of Public Service will complete Arkansas-focused public service projects in partn...

Dear Students: A Letter from Dean DeFrancesco Soto
Dear Students: A Letter from Dean DeFrancesco Soto

Dear Students, I am thrilled to welcome you to campus as we begin a new year at the Clinton School of Public Service!

Clinton School Info Day set for October 15
Clinton School Info Day set for October 15

The Clinton School of Public Service will host an Info Day for prospective students on Saturday, October 15,

Thomas, Sanders to Lead Clinton School Student Services
Thomas, Sanders to Lead Clinton School Student Services

As part of the Clinton School of Public Service’s expansion of student services, Alex Thomas has been named the Assistant Dean of Enrollment and Student Services and Leaundra Sanders has been named Student Services Manager.

Watson Named Executive Director Fellow for Rural Health Association of Arkansas
Watson Named Executive Director Fellow for Rural Health Association of Arkansas

Camille Watson has been selected to serve as the Executive Director Fellow for the Rural Health Association of Arkansas for the 2022-23 academic year.

Clinton School Students, Graduates Selected for Civility Leadership Institute
Clinton School Students, Graduates Selected for Civility Leadership Institute

Five students and graduates from the Clinton School of Public Service at the University of Arkansas have been selected for the second class of the Civility Leadership Institute, a leadership development program sponsored by Renew America Together.

Students Set to Begin International Public Service Projects
Students Set to Begin International Public Service Projects

Thirty-three students from the Clinton School of Public Service at the University of Arkansas will complete International Public Service Projects this summer as part of the school’s Master of Public Service degree program.

Five Graduates Receive Honors at Commencement
Five Graduates Receive Honors at Commencement

Five graduating students from the Clinton School of Public Service at the University of Arkansas were announced as award winners as part of the school’s Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 7. Madeline Burke, Laura Florick, Lydia Grate, Lea Metz, and Ophelia Akoto each received honors for their academic work and public service leadership at the Clinton School.

Clinton School Speaker Series
Inspiring Ideas Into Action.

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.