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Clark University announces the appointment of Don Honeman as Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid.
The New York Times offers an interesting look at Freud's visit and lectures at Clark 100 years ago.
Clark archivist Mott Linn discusses Sigmund Freud's visit to Clark University 100 years ago to deliver his groundbreaking lectures about psychoanalysis.
CNN profiles the business success of Clark alumnus Steven Robert and his brother, Michael.
"Survivor's guilt" may be behind the rise in workplace suicides, Professor Gary Chaison tells the Associated Press.
New publications from Clark faculty members: Kiran Asher, Jessica Bane-Robert, George Billias, James Córdova, Debórah Dwork, Abbie Goldberg, Wim Klooster, Mark Miller, Valerie Sperling
WORCESTER, Mass. – Clark University earned the #35th spot among 50 national universities in the “Great Schools, Great Prices” category in the 2010 edition of America’s Best Colleges . The exclusive rankings, which include more than 1,400 schools nationwide, will also be published in the September issue of U.S. News...
WORCESTER, Mass. -- William G. Tapply, Clark’s writer-in-residence and professor of English, died July 28, 2009, at his home in Hancock, N.H., of leukemia. He was 69. Decades of students knew Tapply through the classes he taught since arriving at Clark in 1995. But countless readers knew Tapply as the author of more...
Prof. Ellen Foley WORCESTER, Mass. -- Ellen Foley, assistant professor of International Development and Social Change at Clark University's Department of International Development, Community and Environment, has received an award from the U.S. Fulbright Scholar African Regional Research Program to support her research...
Working with youngsters in Namibia, Malawi and New Haven. Creating new ways for Web companies to interact with customers. Exploring climate change in remote sections of Wyoming. Rebuilding an ancient temple in Turkey. Find out more about Clark's latest crop of Steinbrecher Fellows.
Professor of Government Valerie Sperling talks about globalization and accountability on NHPR's "Word of Mouth."
Polaris Project base camp Spending four weeks of summer on a barge in Siberia may not be everyone’s cup of borscht but for Clark University Professor Karen Frey and three Clark students interested in climate change, it’s the ultimate field trip. Frey and the students departed for Siberia on July 2 as part of The...

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