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Clark University Graduate School of Management Professor David Correll sits on a wooden staircase in Carlson Hall
August 14, 2017
Prior to enrolling in Professor David Correll’s supply chain management class at Clark University’s Graduate School of Management, what most students know about the topic can be summed up in a UPS catchphrase: “It’s logistics.”
Adam Katzman stands in doorway at The Blue Lab, with associates at desk in background
August 15, 2017
Adam Katzman ’18 came to Clark University with a passion for American government and politics. After three years with the Student Council, internships with a state representative and a congresswoman, and a fellowship with a Boston-based political campaign incubator, he’s in the thick of it.
Keegan-Daugherty and Miranda-Katsoyannis standing at the CDC sign
August 17, 2017
In her first semester at Clark University, Keegan Daugherty ’19 hit the ground running. She interned with the Worcester Department of Health and Human Services, conducting research that prompted the city to adopt a needle-exchange program, with the goal of connecting opioid users to treatment programs.
Nikolay Ionkin seated on chair before chalkboard with numbers
August 18, 2017
Ever since he was a boy playing with toy cars, Nikolay Ionkin ’18 has had a fascination with things that go. He imagined himself working in the automotive industry, but he never thought that physics might help him get there. A high school teacher convinced him otherwise. And when he entered Clark, he began taking physics...
August 22, 2017
Citing a 2016 report by the nonpartisan Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity, former President Barack Obama stated “cybersecurity is one of the greatest challenges we face as a nation.”
Clark students stand in a line in front of the Jose Marti Memorial in Havana, Cuba.
August 24, 2017
Cuba has often been referred to as an island nation that is “stuck in time.” However, Crystal Hill ’20, a women’s and gender studies major, was pleasantly surprised to notice that while the city of Havana included classic '50s Cadillacs and relics from years past, it also contained billboards about modern-day social...
Bernny Ramirez looking at earthworm through glass tank
August 24, 2017
Scientists often borrow from nature when developing some of their best ideas. Look no further than earthworms.
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August 25, 2017
Renowned film critic and historian Andrew Sarris once wrote of Otis Ferguson '33, “I think a claim can be made for Ferguson as the writer of the best and most subtly influential film criticism ever turned out in America.” High praise for the Jazz Age writer with a rebellious streak that first showed itself when he reviewed...
Nunnemacher Magazine - Clark University
August 30, 2017
Professor Rudolph Nunnemacher emerged from his office carrying the lens of a whale’s eye. The electricity to the biology building was temporarily out of service, and he had just the remedy to brighten the darkness. He said to me, ‘Come watch this,’ remembers Michael Rosenzweig ’85, who followed obediently to the door of...
Casey Bush and Eva Kor talk to each other in office - Clark University
August 31, 2017
Casey Bush ’19 remembers when she first learned about the horrors of the Holocaust. She was in fifth grade, reading “Number the Stars,” a novel about a 10-year-old Danish girl who teams up with the Danish Resistance to help her Jewish friend and others flee the Nazis in Copenhagen.
September 1, 2017
Clark University history Professor Taner Akçam will be honored with the 2018 Outstanding Upstander Award from the World Without Genocide organization for his tireless work promoting justice and the rule of law.
Lucyna Kogut works in the lab
September 5, 2017
Lucyna Kogut ’18 chose Clark University because “I knew I wanted to be surrounded by people who were passionate about something. It didn’t matter what it was.” In her first semester here, however, she hadn’t yet identified her passion — and especially never thought it would be science.
David Angel sits in a classroom surrounded by students with his hand resting on his chin as he listens to a student (not pictured) speak.
September 6, 2017
Clark University President David Angel explains how the University’s liberal arts education serves its students and a fast-changing workforce in “PreparedU: How Innovative Colleges Drive Student Success,” a new book written by Bentley University President
Sherief Eldeeb demonstrates how he attaches electrodes to the scalp of a young woman to test EEGs in the brain
September 8, 2017
In just three years at Clark University, Sherief Eldeeb ’18 has completed significant research projects in psychology. He’s examined topics ranging from the disparities in mental health care for Arab-Americans, to sleep problems and attention issues in children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). About Sherief Eldeeb ’18
Michelle Cove Magazine - Clark University
September 20, 2017
Too fat. Too skinny. Too short. Too tall. Dumb. Slow. Bad hair. Bad skin. No style. The insults are like darts that land precisely where a girl might feel most vulnerable. They may be launched by a classmate, a teammate, or even a “friend.” More insidiously, the messages are reinforced on television, in music and magazines...
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September 12, 2017
The 2018 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges guide, released today (Sept. 12), recognizes Clark University’s outstanding academics and financial value. Clark is ranked at No. 81 among National Universities and No.
Chukwuma Egbuzie speaks to another Clark University student while holding a pen in one hand and an iPhone in the other
September 12, 2017
Chukwuma Egbuzie ’19 believes everyone has a story to tell. He spent this summer documenting the tales of Worcester’s diverse citizens through photography.
Crystal Tang, Clark University
September 13, 2017
The benefits of economic prosperity and growth are often unevenly distributed. How, for example, in a thriving city like San Francisco, can some of its citizens be so wealthy, while others struggle to maintain a decent standard of living?
Higgins School - Clark University
September 13, 2017
This fall, Clark University’s Higgins School of Humanities dialogue symposium “Common Pursuits/Public Good” will consider how the arts and humanities contribute to the public good through acts of advocacy and teaching; creation and critique; contemplation and scholarship.
Students and faculty in the Summer Science Program stand on the steps outside Jefferson building
September 14, 2017
More than 40 undergraduate students participated in Clark’s Summer Science Research Program, which featured weekly lectures and mentorship by faculty.
Anthony Jreije stnaind on a beach in Beirut with buildings in background across the water
September 15, 2017
Imagine paying 90 percent of your income on rent. That’s a reality facing many residents of Beirut — and a focus of Anthony Jreije’s research into the politics of gentrification in Lebanon’s capital.
Olivia Schwartz, who performs as Olivia Frances, plays an acoustic guitar
September 18, 2017
Olivia Schwartz ’19 blended her passions — for music and the environment — to hit the perfect note with her LEEP project.
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September 19, 2017
Associate Professor John Garton, art historian and painter, returned from Italy this past summer with an idea for an exhibition. But when his show opened last week at the Traina Center for the Arts, there wasn’t an artifact or canvas in sight.
Esther Addo-Scott performs with the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival.
September 20, 2017
Clark University will welcome the Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival to Worcester with its new production “Ten Blocks on the Camino Real,” directed by Festival Curator David Kaplan. The show will be performed by Abibigromma, the national drama company of Ghana, at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 28, in Atwood Hall.
Erica Issenberg sitting in front of computers, with Terrset GIS image on screen
September 21, 2017
Since her high school days in Vermont, where she was involved in social and environmental justice movements, Erica Issenberg ’18 has always sought to change the world for the better. At Clark University, she has found others who share her passion for justice, and discovered new ways to make a difference, whether in...

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