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Podcasts done by some of IDCE students on "Culture Exchange", an effort to share their diverse cultural experiences with other IDCE classmates and the wider Clark community. 

 

IDCE Videos

Welcome to IDCE

Hear from students and faculty about the International Development, Community, and Environment (IDCE) program at Clark University.

Recent IDCE Graduates

Listen to how our alumni are using the skills they gained at Clark to promote sustainable development and community-based initiatives around the world.

Professor Cynthia Enloe discusses the role women play in military conflicts

Professor Cynthia Enloe discusses the role women play in military conflicts and how more needs to be done to get them involved in preventing and resolving those conflicts.

Professor Liza Grandia addressing deforestation with Integrated Population, Health, and and Environment Projects

Former Professor Liza Grandia

Former Professor Liza Grandia addressing deforestation with Integrated Population, Health, and and Environment Projects

Learn more about IDCE's aids2031 project

aids2031

Learn more about IDCE's aids2031 project

Learn more about IDCE's aids2031 project

aids2031

Learn more about IDCE's aids2031 project

Granville-Abbas School, Kurmuk, Sudan

Granville-Abbas School, Kurmuk, Sudan

Learn about about the Sudanese-IDCE Granville-Abbas School, Kurmuk, Sudan

Jennie Stephens discusses emerging energy technologies

Studying emerging energy technologies

Professor Jennie Stephens talks about her National Science Foundation grant to study emerging energy technologies.

IDCE graduate student Lawrence Were talks about his decision to study at Clark.

From Kenya to Clark

IDCE graduate student Lawrence Were talks about his decision to study at Clark.

'Namaste!' Clark IDCE assists Bhutanese refugees in N.H.

'Namaste!' Clark IDCE assists Bhutanese refugees in N.H.

Clark's IDCE Department is applying a proven model of community development and social change to help with Bhutanese refugee resettlement.

IDCE graduate student Lawrence Were talks about his decision to study at Clark.

Geographic Information Science at Clark

IDCE Professor Yelena Ogneva-Himmelberger talks about GIS.

'Namaste!' Clark IDCE assists Bhutanese refugees in N.H.

Ford Fellowship to Clark

Graduate student Farida Hassan discusses why she chose Clark.

'Namaste!' Clark IDCE assists Bhutanese refugees in N.H.

Environmental Justice Project

Assistant Professor Tim Downs discusses IDCE’s Environmental Justice Project.

'Namaste!' Clark IDCE assists Bhutanese refugees in N.H.

“Take Gender, Add Curiosity about Power, You’ve Got Feminism”

IDCE Professor Cynthia Enloe talks about how feminist looking, thinking and digging makes us smarter.

'Namaste!' Clark IDCE assists Bhutanese refugees in N.H.

Clark-Haiti post-earthquake partnerships

Clark IDCE Professor and four grad students visit Haiti to help develop programs for students who have been displaced by the 2010 earthquake.

'Namaste!' Clark IDCE assists Bhutanese refugees in N.H.

HOPE Coalition

Asssistant Professor Laurie Ross discusses her work in community development and with the HOPE Coalition.

[ Spotlight Profile ]

Jennie Stephens

Jennie Stephens, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Environmental Science and Policy

Jennie Stephens’ research, teaching, and community engagement focuses in various ways on accelerating a societal transition toward sustainability, with a particular focus on climate change mitigation. Stephens has particular interest in energy technologies with potential to contribute to a stabilization of atmospheric CO2 concentrations. She focuses on understanding non-technical factors influencing the deployment of renewable energy, particularly wind power, and also in understanding the social dimensions of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology.

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