Second-year student Caleb Denton (Booneville, Ark.) is working as a Research Project Analyst in the Hospital Discharge Data Section of the Health Statistics Branch at the Arkansas Department of Health.
Second-year student Allison Gent has been working as a Project Coordinator in the Assessment Division of American Institutes for Research (AIR) since August.
Second-year student Bailey Fohr is working as a Cost Editor Associate with the Communications and Design team under the Global Health Supply Chain Initiative at Chemonics, an international development consulting firm.
First-year student Aisosa Osaretin was crowned the winner of the Miss Nigeria International Pageant in Osseo, Minn., on December 14. Osaretin is a native of Benin City, Nigeria.
Second-year student Brady Ruffin has joined Cooley Public Strategies, a public affairs firm based in Nashville, Tenn., as the Director of Research and Policy. CPS provides C-level strategic public policy consulting, community engagement, research and media relations to some of the nation’s top companies and nonprofits.
Second-year student Maggie Benton has joined Fellowship Bible Church, West Little Rock Campus as a Junior High Girls Pastor. Benton will connect, counsel, and shepherd 7th and 8th grade girls in her new role.
Second-year student Alex Tingquist spoke about homelessness to fourth-grade students at Booker Arts Magnet Elementary School in Little Rock on Friday.
Mississippi River State Park was recently named the Overall Park of the Year within the Arkansas State Park system and superintendent Kristina Root Carranza, a second-year student at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, was recognized for her leadership as the park found a number of innovative ways to work with the community to improve its overall experience.
Second-year student Sean Street has joined Phigenics, an independent water company that optimizes operational efficiency and improves safety in building water systems.
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.