The University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service is accepting applications for the fifth class of its online program. The Priority Deadline to apply is September 1.
Marlie Ball Davis (’21) has joined the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service as a Center on Community Philanthropy Fellow.
Dr. Nichola Driver recently delivered a virtual presentation to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s UPEX-Rwanda Program, a fellowship hosted by UNL comprised of current higher education administrators in Rwanda focused on developing and strengthening international partnerships.
Tim Campbell (’21) has been appointed the City of Little Rock’s Racial and Cultural Diversity Commission. Campbell will serve as Little Rock’s Ward 1 Representative.
Brock Hyland (’21) has joined Boyette Strategic Advisors as a Research Associate. In his new role, Hyland provides recommendations and best practices to community and corporate leaders.
Jennifer Browne (‘21) recently completed The Campaign School at Yale University, a nonpartisan, issue-neutral leadership program whose mission is to increase the number and influence of women in elected and appointed office in the United States and around the globe.
Ophelia Akoto and Amanda Cruce have been awarded International Public Service Project Scholarships from the Lauren T. Remedios Foundation for their field service projects this summer.
Samantha Black has been announced as the inaugural recipient of the Jenna Rhodes Memorial Scholarship.
Tim Campbell ('21) recently participated in an event hosted by the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo, presenting on topics including the civil rights and Black Lives Matters movements and women and youth activism.
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.