Dr. Charlotte L. Williams is welcoming past Scholars in Residence to return to the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service as guest lecturers for her spring social change course, Philanthropy Leadership and the Nonprofit Sector.
The University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service and UA Little Rock have announced a partnership on a new concurrent degree program. Students pursuing a Master of Public Service (MPS) at the Clinton School may now earn a concurrent Master of Social Work (MSW) through the University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Social Work.
Faculty members Chul Hyun Park and Robert C. Richards, Jr. have received a grant from Villanova University’s Waterhouse Family Institute for the Study of Communication and Society (WFI) to study virtual dialogues for healthcare workers regarding their experiences of working through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Clinton School Dean James L. “Skip” Rutherford III has signed a proclamation declaring the school’s commitment to observing January 19, 2021 as a National Day of Racial Healing.
The University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service will partner with the Arkansas Peace and Justice Memorial Movement to host a virtual Coming to the Table dialogue on Thursday, January 21 at 6 p.m. There is no charge to participate.
The Winthrop Rockefeller Institute and the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, as part of the Kettering Foundation’s Partnership for Democratic Practices in Arkansas, will host two online deliberations on January 26 and 28 about the nation’s economic recovery from COVID-19.
University of Arkansas System President Dr. Donald R. Bobbitt today announced the formation of an advisory committee to assist in the search for the next dean of the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock.
University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service Dean James L. “Skip” Rutherford III will moderate an online program with Pulitzer Prize-nominated writer Dr. David R. Goldfield on Thursday, November 12 at 7 p.m. The program is “Perspectives in History: American Politics in the Age of Polarization.”
Dr. Karl Besel of Indiana University Bloomington and Dr. Charlotte L. Williams of the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service will be able to continue their innovative and timely research endeavors related to racial justice and nonprofit sustainability through a grant award from the Racial Justice Research Fund at Indiana University Bloomington.
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.