RESEARCH

Academic Spree Day and Fall Fest

Since 1991, Clark undergraduates have presented their research and creative work annually at Academic Spree Day (ASD), held in Higgins University Center. During this highlight of the academic year, the Clark community celebrates student work produced under the mentorship of the University's distinguished faculty. Fall Fest, held annually in November, was established in 2000 as a venue to showcase work accomplished over the summer. Students must be invited to participate by a sponsoring faculty member. During both events undergraduates

  • display their research findings
  • present papers
  • participate in panel discussions
  • exhibit artwork in a variety of media
  • perform musical compositions and theatrical sketches.

2014 Academic Spree Day Program [PDF] | 2014 Fall Fest Program [PDF].

Below: Flickr slide show for Academic Spree Day 2014