A team of Clinton School students has spent the academic year working with the Arkansas Faith-Academic Initiatives for Transforming Health (FAITH) network. Samantha Black (Fort Smith, Ark.) and Taylor Donnerson (West Memphis, Ark.) are creating an end-of-life planning toolkit for leaders of faith-based organizations to implement within their congregations.
Since September, a team of Clinton School students has worked with Little Rock’s Transportation Alliance Project (TAP), a pilot fare agreement program that provides individuals experiencing homelessness with free, reliable transportation.
While area schools are closed for the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Little Rock and a group of organizations including the Clinton Presidential Center, World Central Kitchen, Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance, and others are working together to provide meals for students and their families. So far, more than 74,000 meals have been distributed.
In the spirit of public service toward all impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service is launching a special admission cycle for Fall 2020 enrollment.
Several of the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service students pursuing concurrent law degrees from the UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law are taking on clerkships, fellowships, and internships with law firms and organizations this spring and summer.
University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service graduate Marquita Little Numan (‘09) and current student Amanda Richardson Nipper have been announced as honorees in the Arkansas Business 2020 40 Under 40 class, which honors people in business, nonprofits and government making a significant impact.
Second-year student Samantha Sheffield is in the final months of an independent study with the Pine Bluff Mayor's office, finishing a visual how-to guide for cities based on the success of the Pine Bluff Mayor’s Youth Council.
The University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service has canceled all graduation events, including its scheduled commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 3, in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Second-year student Richmond Osei-Danquah is completing a fellowship as part of his Capstone project with the Division of Child Care and Early Childhood Education at the Department of Human Services. Osei-Danquah started with the division in September.
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.