Clark faculty members, known for their path-breaking research, follow their intellectual curiosity wherever it leads—to the Siberian Arctic to study climate change, the business community in China, or the Main South neighborhood where Clark resides. They take pride in serving as scholars, teachers and mentors. Find a faculty expert source at Clark.
Faculty in the Media
Colin Polsky (Geography)
National U.S. study reveals how urban lawn care habits vary
Science Daily 3/10/2014
Déborah Dwork (Holocaust and Genocide Studies)
Opposition to Maryland rail line bidder raises questions about accountability for Holocaust
Washington Post 3/9/2014
Alex S. Gardner (Geography)
A tropical glacier expanded, and then retreated. Why?
Christian Science Monitor 3/2/2014
Jeffrey Arnett (Psychology)
Career Advice? Finish that degree
Bill Clinton vs. Lena Dunham: The Shakespearean battle of boomers and millennials
Sam Ratick (Geography/IDCE)
ESF social scientists improving storm-warning communications: CNY Science
Abbie Goldberg (Psychology)
The Invisible Women
Robert Johnston (Economics)
URI hosts talk on economic impacts of climate change
Anthony Bebbington (Geography)
Pardee Center Hosts Presentation on Resource Extraction in Latin America
Faculty Awards 2013
John Baker (biology)
Oliver and Dorothy Hayden Junior Faculty Fellowship award
Karen Frey (geography)
University Senior Faculty Fellowship award
Li Han (mathematics)
- Clark University research lends insight into sustainably managing urban ecosystems
- Clark history professor’s new book examines complex world of prostitution in 18th-century Paris
- Clark professor's 'Dream Nation' explores cultural effects of Puerto Rican independence movement
- Clark University Mock Trial team wins bid to national tournament
- Clark University scientist challenges government on carbon capture and storage subsidies
- Physics research in Kudrolli lab attracts major funding support
- Loischild’s photography featured in two exhibits
- Wilson to lecture on American modernist George Nelson
- Garton to review Leonardo and the Last Supper
- Prof. Robert Boatright to lecture on effect of primary elections on democracy, March 20
- Gray reports on job effects of environmental regulation
- Cardemil and Sanchez study mental health experiences of Latinos
Meredith Neuman, associate professor of English, blogs about the courses she teaches and her research.
Kiran Asher, associate professor of international development and social change, reflects on her work and travels.
The Biology of Fungi
David Hibbett, professor of biology, and his students blog about their research into the evolutionary biology and ecology of fungi.
Are You the Person I Married?
James Cordova, associate professor of psychology, blogs about marital health on the Psychology Today website.
Beyond Blood: Families of Our Making
Abbie Goldberg, associate professor of psychology, blogs about adoption, gay/lesbian parenting, and family diversity, gender on the Psychology Today website.
Wiatrowski Lab News
Heather Wiatrowski, Assistant Professor of Biology Adjunct Faculty in Chemistry ,blogs about her lab work in microbial stress resistance and survival in metal-contaminated environments.