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
Jeffrey Arnett (Psychology)
New Poll: Reality may bite, but 30-somethings stay wildly optimistic
Washington Post 10/9/2014
The Myth of the Midlife Crisis
Yahoo! Finance 10/12/2014
Christopher Williams (Geography)
Heat and drought extremes likely to stress ecosystem productivity equally or more in warmer, CO2 rich future
Environmental Research Letters 10/10/2014
Robert Boatright (Political Science)
Campaign robocalls annoy voters, appeal to candidates
Worcester Telegram and Gazette 10/12/2014
Taner Akçam (Holocaust and Genocide)
The Distortion of History in Turkish Textbooks
Morning Show on WCIA
WCIA-TV (Champaign, Ill.) 10/9/2014
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Everett Fox (Language, Literature and Culture)
Clark Biblical Scholar Logs 60,000 Miles in Sabbatical Lecture Tour
Katherine Palm Reed, Denise Hines (Psychology)
CAVE (Clark Anti-Violence Education): A Case Study for Violence Prevention Programming
Private University Products and News magazine Oct. 2014
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)
- Princeton Review: Clark’s Graduate School of Management is a best business school
- Biblical scholar logs more than 60,000 air miles in sabbatical lecture tour
- Millennials with kids? They’re loving it
- Clark gets its close-up in McConaughey film
- Clark U. welcomes nine tenure-track faculty
- New Clark Poll finds millennials grown up, getting by, and OK about turning 30
- Armstrong and DiRado prepare joint photography exhibition
- Studio art professor Sisson exhibits encaustic paintings
- Davidson receives grant to study Olympic-host cities
- DiIorio’s CRIB to be given staged reading by Skylight Theatre on June 7
- Sperling talks on Sex, Politics, and Putin
- Jim Gomes of Mosakowski Institute to lecture on ‘thinking environmentally, acting politically’ in Conn.; April 24
Worcester, MA., People of Color Photo Project
Janette Greenwood, professor of history, blogs about her work identifying approximately 200 people of color from early 20th century Worcester who are represented in a collection of photographs by itinerant photographer William Bullard.
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.