The IDCE Mission
IDCE is a community of scholars and practitioners dedicated to environmental sustainability, social justice, and economic well-being. We focus on major forces of social change: grass roots initiatives, social movements, government policy, market approaches, entrepreneurship, technological innovation, individual action, and education.
IDCE Programs of Study
Graduate ProgramsIDCE offers four distinct, yet interlinked Master's degrees:
Dual Degree ProgramsIDCE offers two dual-degree programs in partnership with Graduate School of Management:
Undergraduate Programs:IDCE offers two transdisciplinary undergraduate programs:
GIS Week November 18th-November 22nd
Join the GISDE department for their annual GIS Week this Monday, November 18th through November 22nd! Please see the schedule below: Monday, November...
GISDE ’14 Students Anne Clark Baker and Ryan Taylor Williams Research for NASA
Anne Clark Baker (GISDE ‘14) received a B.A. in Architecture from Washington University in St. Louis and Master in Landscape Architecture from the...
Dual Degree Student Sam Bryson-Brockmann on the Clark Community Thrift Store and Youth Programming
Dual degree (CDP/MBA) 2nd year student Sam Bryson-Brockmann can be found managing a youth internship program at the Clark Community Thrift Store,...
Q&A with Sue Czepiel, Director of Career Development and External Relations
Sue Czepiel is the newest member of the International Development, Community and Environment department at Clark. Sue joins IDCE as the Director of...
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Welcome Admitted IDCE Students!
IDCE has extended its deadline for Fall 2014!Select this link for additional information and to apply!>>
STUDENTS AND ALUMNI
Our student body is diverse and represents a range of backgrounds, skills, cultures, and interests. Our alumni are using the skills they gained at IDCE to promote sustainable development and community-based initiatives around the world.
IDCE in the Media and Recent Publications
- Welcome to IDCE
- Recent IDCE Graduates
- 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
- Liza Grandia addresses deforestation with Integrated Population, Health, and and Environment Projects.
- View a restrospective of the aids2031 project at IDCE.
- Learn more about aids2031, a special project led by IDCE faculty, students, and alumni.
- Granville-Abbas School, Kurmuk, Sudan.
- Professor Jennie Stephens talks about her National Science Foundation grant to study emerging energy technologies.
- Clark-Haiti post-earthquake partnerships: IDCE Professor and four grad students visit Haiti.
- Ford Fellowship to Clark: Graduate student Farida Hassan discusses why she chose Clark.
- From Kenya to Clark: IDCE graduate student Lawrence Were talks about his decision to study at Clark.
- HOPE Coalition: Asssistant Professor Laurie Ross discusses her work in community development and with the HOPE Coalition.
- 'Namaste!' Clark IDCE assists Bhutanese refugees in N.H. using PRA.
- Geographic Information Science at Clark: IDCE Professor Yelena Ogneva-Himmelberger talks about GIS.
- Environmental Justice Project: Assistant Professor Tim Downs discusses IDCE's Environmental Justice Project.
- "Take Gender, Add Curiosity about Power, You've Got Feminism": Professor Cynthia Enloe talks about how feminist looking, thinking and digging makes us smarter.