Clinton School of Public Service

The first graduate school in the nation to offer a Master of Public Service degree, the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service aims to inspire the next generation of leaders and public servants.

Through a program that emphasizes real-life application, students gain the knowledge and experience to further their careers in the areas of nonprofit, governmental, volunteer, or private sector work. Students participate in public service projects, ranging from local work in the Mississippi River Delta to international public service projects on six continents. With its unprecedented curriculum and diverse speaker series, the Clinton School is committed to making a global impact, building leadership in civic engagement, and enhancing the capacity to work across disciplinary, racial, ethnic, and geographical boundaries.

To find out more, visit www.clintonschool.uasys.edu.

 

Our renowned on-site restaurant, Forty Two, offers a variety of dining selections for Center visitors and locals alike. Stop by 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday through Saturday to enjoy a delicious and affordable lunch featuring seasonal and locally grown ingredients. It’s farm-to-table in a modern museum setting. Admission fees are NOT required to dine at Forty Two; however, regular admission fees apply to tour the museum. Visit Website

The Clinton Museum Store, conveniently located in the lobby of the museum, offers a diverse selection of unique memorabilia and gifts, including books, accessories, collectibles, and more. The Museum Store also features items related to the current temporary exhibit. Visit Website

The Clinton Climate Initiative’s Home Energy Affordability Loan (HEAL) is the first of a new breed of employer-sponsored “energy benefits” which bring energy efficiency and sustainable practices to the workplace. Employee Energy Benefits are turnkey programs that are delivered in much the same way as voluntary benefit offerings, such as a 401k or Flexible Spending Account. As the pioneer program in this movement, HEAL is primarily designed to lower the employee-participant’s home energy expenses, but future Energy Benefit offerings could target other areas of impact such as commuting/transportation or water conservation. Read More