In the Press
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.
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.
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.
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).
By James R. Gomes — appeared in the Boston Globe as "Worcester's Turnaround School," April 21, 2008
By Richard M. Freeland — from the January '08 edition of The Christian Science Monitor