The Clinton School Speaker Series has announced its lineup for March 2020.
Patrick Isokpunwu (Benin City, Nigeria), Reiko Muranaka (Yokosuka-shi, Kanagawa, Japan), and Christopher Ogom (Marsabit, Kenya) were recognized as Rotary Foundation Global Grant Scholars at the Rotary District 6150 Foundation Banquet at the Clinton Presidential Center on Thursday evening.
The Winthrop Rockefeller Institute and the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service will partner to present the fifth Under 40 Forum on February 20-21.
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Arkansas has unveiled its new Family Room in the NICU unit at University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
When Blake Farris first volunteered with All Hands and Hearts in Nepal in 2016, he had no idea that four years later he would still be devoting his time to the organization.
Clinton School students Patricia Ashanti, Ganelle Holman, and Molly Bombonato were selected as part of the most recent cohort of the Arkansas I-Fund at Winrock International in partnership with the Economic Development Administration.
News and updates from Clinton School graduates for January 2020.
John Mensah (’19) has joined the Arkansas Division of Workforce Services (DWS) in Little Rock, Ark., as a Research Project Analyst.
Emilie Street (’18) is working as a Research Assistant for Resource Innovations, a women-owned, community-focused environmental consultancy. Resource Innovations specializes in providing energy efficiency services for vulnerable communities.
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.