Vivian Flowers (’07) was recently presented with the Distinguished Legislative Award by representatives of the Arkansas Municipal League, recognizing her exemplary service to benefit cities and towns of Arkansas during the 93rd General Assembly.
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.
Five graduating University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service students have been announced as award winners as part of the school’s graduation celebration.
Clinton School graduate Amie Alexander (‘18) has been recognized as one of the Outstanding Pro Bono Attorneys of the Year by Legal Aid of Arkansas.
The Online Student Government Association at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service has announced six recipients of the group’s inaugural Skip Rutherford Service Award.
The McLarty family today announced that two University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service students, Ophelia Delali Akoto and Rodrigo Santos Legaspi, have been selected as this year’s McLarty Scholars for a semester-long fellowship at Vital Voices Global Partnership (VVGP) in Washington, D.C.
Second-year student Farrah Beck has been announced as a semifinalist for the Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Program. If selected, Beck would help teach English and serve as a cultural ambassador in South Korea for one year starting in January 2022.
The National Black Caucus of State Legislators has named Arkansas state Rep. Vivian Flowers (‘07) its Legislator of the Year.
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.