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Clark celebrates and promotes scholarship across the arts, humanities, social sciences and sciences. Our faculty have international reach and local impact, and their knowledge improves our world in tangible ways.

Meet Our Faculty Researchers

Rinku Roy Chowdhury

One of the reasons I moved to Clark was to do this kind of teaching. At large universities, where you’re teaching large classes, you don’t get to bring your research into your teaching, or take your teaching out into the field as easily.

Rinku Roy Chowdhury

Associate Professor

Graduate School of Geography

Donald Spratt

At Clark, there are three NMR spectrometers, similar to what you would find at a much larger university. They’re readily available for us to conduct our research. And that’s invaluable.

Donald Spratt

Assistant Professor

Department of Chemistry

Abbie Goldberg

At Clark, you will work closely with faculty who share your excitement about acquiring and contributing to knowledge that has the capacity to transform lives and move us toward a socially just society.

Abbie Goldberg

Professor

Department of Psychology

Robert Boatright

Clark is small enough that students in the social sciences can acquaint themselves with many different disciplines. Clark is also a research university, which gives students the opportunity to become involved in specialized research.

Robert Boatright

Professor

Department of Political Science

Betsy Huang

When you sit down and read a novel, you give your life over to the lives of others.  And hopefully you learn about the lives of people who are not like you.

Betsy Huang

Associate Professor

Department of English

Rinku Roy Chowdhury
Donald Spratt
Abbie Goldberg
Robert Boatright
Betsy Huang

Research Achievements

Robert Tobin: Eurovision is more than just a song contest

Annual event defines boundaries of ‘the liberal West’

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Russian military atrocities in Syria presaged Ukraine

Listen to Ora Szekely on Clark’s ‘Challenge. Change.’ podcast

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The fraying of democracy is a global problem, professors say

Panelists emphasize the need for cohesion over polarization 

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