GSOM Experiential Learning Articles & Blogs

Clark University Graduate School of Management Professor David Correll sits on a wooden staircase in Carlson Hall
August 14, 2017
Prior to enrolling in Professor David Correll’s supply chain management class at Clark University’s Graduate School of Management, what most students know about the topic can be summed up in a UPS catchphrase: “It’s logistics.” “It’s true,” Correll says with a laugh. “But that’s OK. I love being able to teach students...
March 8, 2017
Graduate School of Management (GSOM) students who have taken Professor Lin Boldt’s Marketing Research class agree: there’s no better course for hands-on, practical experience in marketing. The course teaches students current, real-world marketing research skills and is highlighted by a semester-long project for a well-...
December 6, 2016
As part of a class project, Clark University M.B.A. students provided Community Harvest Project, a nonprofit organization in North Grafton, Mass., with a sustainability action plan to help reduce operational costs, foster sustainable behavior and minimize the environmental impact of the farm.
November 2, 2016
As part of a Management Consulting Projects course, Clark University Graduate School of Management students worked with Old Sturbridge Village, the largest outdoor history museum in the Northeast, to analyze its accounting information system. Meeting first with museum representatives to decide on the project's scope, the...
November 2, 2016
As part of an examination of the global consumer trend toward sustainably produced products, which includes clothing, Clark University Graduate School of Management (GSOM) students took part in an “Eco-Fashion Sustainable Brand Review” project in a Sustainability Marketing course taught by Professor Tom Murphy. “The goal...
The exterior of The Hanover Theatre in Worcester
November 2, 2016
Clark University Graduate School of Management (GSOM) students recently worked with Worcester’s Hanover Theatre to create a Sustainability Action Plan for the organization.  The student-led project included implementable and achievable initiatives that helped the theater increase its sustainable practices. As the...
Clark University students with urban farmers and college students from Bogota, Colombia
June 15, 2016
Millennials, now the “largest segment of the U.S. labor market,” have latched on to social entrepreneurship, seeking to use innovative ideas to solve the world’s most pressing problems, Forbes reports. They want to support and work for businesses and organizations that make a difference.