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Clark students, some in traditional garb, enjoy conversation and refreshment at the Global Scholars reception.
September 21, 2017
Clark’s 2017 Global Scholars gathered for a welcoming reception and mixer on Sept. 19, hosted by President David Angel and Jocelyne Bauduy, his wife, at Harrington House.
Older man on his knees, cutting his lawn with scissors
September 28, 2017
In the spring of 1999, Paul Robbins feared he would become what he most dreaded: a “lawn person.” He had just bought a house in Columbus, Ohio, complete with a spread of turfgrass. One day, his neighbor leaned over the backyard fence, pointed to the purple-flowered ivy threatening to overtake Robbins’ lawn and proclaimed...
Mott Linn, Head of Collections Management at the library; long-time volunteer and emeritus Professor Bob Bradbury; and James Dempsey, new FGL president, take a brief pause during preparations for the Friends of the Goddard Library Book Sale. This was the
October 3, 2017
Each year, hundreds of book lovers from the Clark University community and beyond browse and hunt for bargains at the Friends of Robert Hutchings Goddard Library book sale. On Sept. 28 and 29, the Friends also celebrated the 40th year of this venerable tradition.
Laura Faulkner and Madelyn Bowers - Clark University
October 2, 2017
When Laura Faulkner ’10, M.P.A. ’11, reviews her list of Clark University mentors, it’s a series of dotted lines that eventually led her to her current role as a community engagement manager for Opportunity@Work’s TechHire initiative.
Christie Joyce - Clark University
October 2, 2017
As an undergraduate biology major and chemistry minor at Clark University, Christie Joyce ’16, M.S.’17, worked in research laboratories on campus. She wanted to explore career options besides academia and research, as well as address a gap at Clark, so she founded a research journal managed, edited, designed and produced...
Colin Sterling - Clark University
October 2, 2017
When Dr. Richard Pietras ’69 was a biology student at Clark University, he achieved two firsts that launched his lifetime of research: his first federal funding, a National Science Foundation undergraduate student grant, and his first scientific report, in neurobiology.
October 3, 2017
Clark University has officially launched the digital platform for ClarkCONNECT, an exciting new initiative that connects students to the broader Clark community for mentorship, college-to-career exploration, and world and workplace opportunities.
Isabelle Zoeckler sits in the Academic Commons at Clark University with a laptop open in front of her.
October 4, 2017
Isabelle Zoeckler ’17 is mastering the ability to use past experiences as a stepping stone to future success.
October 5, 2017
Clark University is among the most environmentally responsible colleges in The Princeton Review "Guide to 375 Green Colleges: 2017 Edition."
October 10, 2017
The Clark University Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies will host an academic symposium, “Children and Mass Violence,” Oct. 19 and 20. Experts at the symposium will explore the traumatic impact of mass violence on the most vulnerable segment of society — children and youth.
Victoria Mariano stands in front of a brick building, her restaurant Bull Mansion, in downtown Worcester while holding onto an iron gate.
October 11, 2017
If Victoria Mariano ’08 had her way, she never would have attended college. “I wanted to open a business — a recording studio — right out of high school,” the entrepreneur recalls while sitting at a table in her restaurant, Bull Mansion New American Bistro in Worcester. “I took college-level business courses and wrote a...
Janette Greenwood stands behind student Toni Armstrong and Alice Dillon, who are seated, as they look over photos laid out on the table at the Worcester Art Museum
October 12, 2017
For several months last spring, students in a Problems of Practice history seminar at Clark University painstakingly dug through genealogical records and worked with descendants to unlock the mysteries behind turn-of-the-century photographs of African-Americans and Native Americans in Worcester.
January 27, 2009
Read: Caring for a suicidal patient led Professor Michael Addis to study and develop treatment for men with depression.
April 6, 2009
"Surge in Economic Refugees Will Test Community Resources"
January 26, 2009
Organizers of Clark's annual International Gala, sponsored by the International Students Association, talk about plans for this year's gala.
May 24, 2010
Maggie Small '10 talks about her work with the Worcester Tree Initiative, which is taking steps to repopulate local trees destroyed by the Asian Longhorned Beetle.
September 17, 2010
Watch: HERO Program Director Colin Polsky discusses how the program provides the Fellows with important opportunities for professional development.
November 14, 2012
Read: New York Times’ food editorialist Mark Bittman '71 offers a sane response to an American diet flirting with madness.
January 29, 2009
After acquiring the St. Louis Bread company in 1993, Ron Shaich '76 had a vision for something different-the now highly popular Panera Bread restaurants.
February 26, 2009
Social entrepreneur Yasmin Bowers tirelessly works to consciously re-establish the ravaged infrastructure and community of post-Katrina New Orleans.
February 26, 2009
Read: Darius Shirzadi co-founded an organization that uses a passion for soccer to promote educational opportunity and help at-risk kids excel in school.
February 26, 2009
Read: High school teacher Chad Malone inspires his students to believe in themselves, trust others and find the courage to reach high for their futures.
April 26, 2010
Read: Marian Leighton Levy ’70 wandered the country in pursuit of the heart and soul of Americana music...

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