The University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service invites nominations and applications for the position of dean. As the nation’s first graduate program offering a Master of Public Service degree, the Clinton School helps students gain the knowledge and experience to further their careers in the areas of nonprofit, governmental, volunteer and private sector work. The dean is the chief executive of the Clinton School, which is a stand-alone campus of the University of Arkansas System located on the grounds of the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, Arkansas.
UA System President Dr. Donald R. Bobbitt is chair of the search committee and overseeing the search for the next Clinton School Dean. Dr. Bobbitt will recommend a candidate to the UA Board of Trustees, which will approve the hiring of a new dean.
For more information on the search, the desired qualities of candidates and the application process, please review the Position Profile.
Dr. Donald R. Bobbitt, UA System president and committee chair
Dr. Al Bavon, professor of public administration, Clinton School
Kent Broughton, senior community relations manager and equity analyst, Clinton School
Dr. Stephanie Gardner, provost and chief academic officer, UAMS
Ann Kamps, manager of visitor services, Clinton Foundation
Morril Harriman, trustee, UA System
Dr. Angie Maxwell, associate professor of political science, UA-Fayetteville
Dr. Johanna Miller Lewis, associate dean of curriculum and student success, UA-Little Rock
Bruce Lindsey, counselor to the chair of the board, Clinton Foundation
Dr. Chul Hyun Park, assistant professor, Clinton School
Connor Thompson, student, Clinton School
Ben Beaumont, UA System senior director of policy and public affairs
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