Clinton School of Public Service students will complete International Public Service Projects as part of the school’s Master of Public Service degree program this summer.
Five graduating students from the Clinton School of Public Service were announced as award winners as part of the school’s graduation events on Saturday, May 20. Brittany Chue, Rhianna Taylor, Mary Larkin Furlow, Wendy Cook, and Lydia Adusei each received honors for their academic work and public service leadership at the Clinton School.
The Clinton School of Public Service at the University of Arkansas will collect items of need for recent Arkansas tornado victims in partnership with Heart of Arkansas United Way at the school’s Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 20.
Hannah Lang, a second-year student at the Clinton School of Public Service, is completing her Capstone project with Vote Run Lead, a national nonprofit organization that trains women to run for elected office.
Clinton School of Public Service students are currently working on a pair of field service projects with the Downtown Little Rock Partnership with outcomes that could have lasting impacts on the city’s downtown business and entertainment community.
The Clinton School of Public Service at the University of Arkansas and the University of Arkansas Honors College have entered into a partnership to provide scholarship packages to Honors College graduates.
Second-year student Becca Bona has been selected as the 2022 recipient of the Amanda Harris Memorial Scholarship.
The deadline to apply for Fall 2023 enrollment in the Clinton School of Public Service’s Master of Public Service degree program is December 15. The first Master of Public Service degree in the nation, the Clinton School’s MPS is an action-oriented program focused on putting people first, and equipping students for the tough work of participatory, on-the-ground change.
Betsy Bailey served 23 years in the classroom and in the communications/community relations role for the Searcy School District before she got the opportunity to enter the Clinton School of Public Service with her cohort in the spring of 2021. It took her less than one year to create meaningful change for the district’s families, armed with what she’d learned.
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.