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Williams to Present at Drury Nonprofit Leadership Virtual Conference
Williams to Present at Drury Nonprofit Leadership Virtual Conference

Dr. Charlotte L. Williams has been announced as a speaker at the 2020 Drury Nonprofit Leadership Virtual Conference on Friday, October 30.

Rutherford to Retire at End of Academic Year
Rutherford to Retire at End of Academic Year

James L. “Skip” Rutherford III has announced he will retire as Dean of the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service effective June 30, 2021.

Singhal's Research Published in Human Behavior and Emerging Technologies
Singhal's Research Published in Human Behavior and Emerging Technologies

Dr. Arvind Singhal, William J. Clinton Distinguished Fellow at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, has co-authored a research article, “New directions for diffusion of innovations research: Dissemination, implementation, and positive deviance,” that has been published in the July 2020 edition of Human Behavior and Emerging Technologies.

Study Shows Financial Impacts of COVID-19 on Arkansas Nonprofits
Study Shows Financial Impacts of COVID-19 on Arkansas Nonprofits

A new study from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, Arkansas Community Foundation, and UA Little Rock School of Public Affairs shows that Arkansas nonprofits have experienced significant financial distress and service disruptions due to the impacts of COVID-19.

Richards' Paper Accepted for National Communication Association Convention
Richards' Paper Accepted for National Communication Association Convention

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."

Clinton School Members Assist in Virtual Dialogue for Healthcare Workers
Clinton School Members Assist in Virtual Dialogue for Healthcare Workers

A group of students, faculty, and staff at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service recently assisted in a virtual dialogue for Massachusetts healthcare workers regarding their experiences throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

Driver Collaborating on Arkansas Nonprofit COVID-19 Impact Survey
Driver Collaborating on Arkansas Nonprofit COVID-19 Impact Survey

Dr. Nichola Driver, Assistant Professor and Faculty Director for the Office of Community Engagement at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, is collaborating on a survey that seeks to determine the extent of the impacts COVID-19 has had on Arkansas nonprofits.

In Support of Black Lives Matter, Clinton School Working Toward Anti-Racist Public Action Plan
In Support of Black Lives Matter, Clinton School Working Toward Anti-Racist Public Action Plan

The Clinton School embraces the Black Lives Matters Movement and its fight for social justice. This summer, the faculty and staff will formalize a public action plan that re-affirms our value that the Clinton School provides the best anti-racist environment and learning experience for all our students.

Four from Clinton School to be Recognized by Arkansas Bar Association
Four from Clinton School to be Recognized by Arkansas Bar Association

Four representatives of the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service will be recognized by the Arkansas Bar Association with Presidential Awards of Excellence for their work with the Public Service Academy.

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