Clark faculty members are celebrated for their pathbreaking research. Just as important, they are brilliant teachers, wise advisers, and caring mentors. They bring out the best in their students — and in one another.
Members of our faculty follow their intellectual curiosity wherever it leads — from the Siberian Arctic to the business community in China and to Worcester’s Main South neighborhood where Clark resides. These determined, distinguished scientists and scholars form the heart of our academic community. They train tomorrow’s leaders, instilling in them the confidence and capabilities to do well — and the moral fiber to do good.
Our faculty includes renowned professors, acclaimed practitioners, and influential thought-leaders, and are at the forefront of the national discourse in fields as diverse as climate science, Holocaust and genocide studies, marriage health, and urban education.
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Meet Our Faculty
My teaching philosophy is grounded in the idea that all it takes is one spark to ignite one’s passions. What I love most about Clark is witnessing the moment when students are set ablaze with intellectual discovery.
Department of Psychology
Our faculty offer invigorating ways to think about current and enduring questions regarding human experience.
Language, Literature and Culture Department
A lot of the discoveries we developmental biologists make end up getting translated to humans. There are a lot of implications for human medical research.
Department of Biology
Public discourse, to me, is a chance to make some changes that really affect people’s lives in dramatic ways.
Department of History
Us and them. Who should be included in our society? It’s a quintessential American debate, and we see it resurface over time clearly and explicitly.
Department of Political Science
What attracted me to Clark were the people I met during my interview in the administration and in my home department. I found them honest and straightforward, but also caring and passionate about what they do.
Department of Philosophy
Screen studies is indispensable to 21st-century liberal arts education, enabling students to both critically analyze and produce a wide range of moving-image media.
Associate Professor and Director
Screen Studies Program