The Arkansas Bar Association has been announced as a recipient of the National Association of Bar Executives/LexisNexis Community and Educational Outreach Award for its work on the inaugural Public Service Academy.
More than a decade after his Clinton School Capstone project helped launch the annual event, Harvell Howard (‘09) will be honored as part of the 2020 Arkansas Summit on African American Males (ArSAAM), which is celebrating its 10-year anniversary on Thursday, November 19.
Dean James L. “Skip” Rutherford III, graduate Marquita Little Numan (‘09), and current student Tim Campbell were honored as members of the 2020 edition of Arkansas 250, the annual look from Arkansas Business at the state’s residents who shape the way Arkansans live, learn, and do business.
Read Admire (‘15), CEO and Founder of the The Urban Food Loop Project, was recently recognized by the 2020 Sustain the Rock Awards. Admire and The Urban Food Loop Project won the award for Most Sustainable Small Business.
Three graduates of the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service have graduated from Leadership Greater Little Rock Class XXXV. Reggie Ballard (’18), Thurman Green III (‘17), and Casey Rockwell (‘07) are among the newest members of the of the annual program from the Little Rock Regional Chamber.
Second-year student Mackenzie Bolt (North Little Rock, Ark.) has been awarded the Amanda Harris Memorial Scholarship.
Second-year student Lydia Grate has been announced as the recipient of the Little Rock Nine Foundation scholarship at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service.
A paper written by Robert C. Richards, Jr., has been accepted for the 106th annual National Communication Association Convention. Richards’ paper is called "Citizen Deliberation in Republican Democracy: Fostering Freedom and Legitimacy."
Marquita Little Numan (‘09) has been named to the inaugural Arkansas Money & Politics Future 50. The Future 50 is a list of Arkansas’ business and political leaders poised to shape the future.
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.