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Last updated on Friday, October 24, 2014, 3:25 pm

Arkansas Alums Launch International Philanthropy Initiative

University of Arkansas graduates Donna and Mack McLarty on Oct. 22 announced the launch of the McLarty Global Fellows Program, which supports international philanthropy in economic empowerment, human rights and political participation. The program will be open to college and graduate students at UA and the William J. Clinton School of Public Service. “Mack and I began the McLarty Global Fellows Program as way to support the important work being done to promote cultural diplomacy around the world,” Donna McLarty said. “We are pleased that through this program we are able to build on the extraordinary professional experiences and public service endeavors we have shared over many years in Washington D.C.” McLarty Global Fellows also announced a research fellowship at the... [ MORE ]

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