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Research and Predictions. Clark students who presented their research and predictions on the swing state of Florida were: Zachary Doenmez '14, Arber Skendaj '13, Christine Rojcewicz '13, and Shannon Donnellan '15
'American Presidency' students forecast crucial swing state votes.


Public Hearing. Clark hosted a public hearing of the Massachusetts Legislature's Special Joint Committee on Legislative Districting on April 12, 2011 in Higgins University Center. This semester Mosakowski Institute Director Jim Gomes is co-teaching a course, "Congressional Districting: The Geography of Politics" with Political Science Professor Rob Boatright, and their students attended the hearing.

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Dr. Jane Lubchenco. The Mosakowski Institute teamed with Clark's George Perkins Marsh Institute to sponsor this year's Geller Lecture, featuring NOAA Administrator and eminent scientist Dr. Jane Lubchenco.

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President David Angel and Dr. Jane Lubchenco


Inaugural Symposium. In celebration of David P. Angel's Inauguration as Clark's Ninth President, The Mosakowski Institute for Public Enterprise presented a panel on "The Great Recession and Its Impact on Families" to alumni, faculty, students and staff on September 24, 2010 at Clark's Traina Center for the Arts.

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Sociology Prof. Robert J. S. Ross and graduate student Laura Faulkner '10, MPA '11 respond to a question from the audience at the Symposium.


In the fall 2008, the Boston Globe asked Mosakowski Institute Director Jim Gomes to write a series of op-ed columns setting forth challenges that confront America early in the 21st century. The result was the "American Challenges" Series (below).

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Half our children left behind
Op-ed on urban education and Clark's University Park Campus School.

By James R. Gomes — appeared in the Boston Globe as "Worcester's Turnaround School," April 21, 2008


A better way to choose a college
Smart colleges give students a healthy dose of the real world.

By Richard M. Freeland — from the January '08 edition of The Christian Science Monitor