ClarkNow Blogs

Watch: Clark and Woodland Academy join forces on a recycling program.
Watch: Hear from one undergraduate playwright about Clark's New Play Festival.
Watch: Clark Professor Richard Peet answers the DevNet question: What '1 thing' could make international development efforts more effective?
Watch: Senior Epidemiologist in the Office of Health and Safety, U.S. Department of Energy
Read: Analyst at NewOak Capital, New York.
Watch: Sr. Democratic Elections Counsel for the Committee on House Administration, talks about his career path.
Read: Doctor, orthopedics, University of Massachusetts Medical Center, Worcester.
Read: Dan Roberts’ love of history was practically pre-destined by his hometown.
Read: Knowledge Worker, Capgemini, Jersey City, N.J.; Painter/sculptor.
Read: Google “Jonathon Blumenthal” and you’ll also find Google, where he works.
Read: Ph.D. student in Holocaust and genocide studies at Clark.
Read: Member of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court in Massachusetts's team.
Read: Policy Analyst, Economic Progress Institute, Providence, R.I.
Read: Desk Officer, U.S. Department of State, Washington, D.C.
Read: International Fellow, PeacePlayers International, Cyprus
Read: Most people run the other way when they hear “West Nile” or “H1N1.” Not Erika LeClair.
Read: Harrison Mackler cut his teeth in a London dentistry internship, where his research was quite literally bone deep.
Read: Bridget T. Millman wrapped up her bachelor’s degree when the U.S. economy was poised for the Great Recession, a time when newly minted graduates around the country were struggling to find employment...
Read: Meghan Rosa’s mother is a high school teacher in Attleboro, Mass., and three of her star students went on to the same school: Clark University.
Read: Shapiro has spent nearly three years filming the saga of Uganda’s Little League team, which in 2011 became the first African squad to qualify for the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa...
Read: Maria Arabatzis is a runner whose high energy helped her keep a step ahead while a student athlete at Clark. Today, it helps her meet the daily challenge of beating the market.
Read: “I always think my ‘career’ started in my freshman year,” says Long Lin.
Read: Nagraj Rao crunches numbers for a living, but to him these are not just figures on a spread sheet...
Read: Scott Silver makes movies for a living, but often his most essential tool is not a camera or an editing machine, but his cell phone...
Read: Shortsleeves is a chemist. But the front line in the war against disease is populated by soldiers like her who are uniformed in white lab coats and do battle at the molecular level.

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