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Listening in Nature Week: Soundscape Tour

Red Square

Join Professor Matt Malsky for a curated 20-minute walking tour with focused listening, a way of encouraging us to better understand our sonic world.

Sponsored by: A new Earth conversation

Celebration of Life for Professor Robert Deam Tobin

Razzo Hall, Traina Center for the Arts 92 Downing St., Worcester, MA

The Clark community is invited to join this celebration to honor, reflect, and share our favorite memories of a wonderful professor, scholar, and friend.

Listening in Nature Week: Grow Native Plant Walk at Hadwen Arboretum

Red Square

Take an interactive guided tour of the plants found at the Hadwen Arboretum to learn more about native tree species, their ecological importance, and the valuable role urban wilds can play in supporting biodiversity. 

Faculty Conversation on First-Year Common Read

Higgins Lounge, Dana Commons

An interdisciplinary panel of Clark faculty will discuss “Parable of the Sower: A Graphic Novel Adaptation,” the common text in this semester’s Common Academic Experience for first-year students.

Coming Out Stories

Tilton Hall, Higgins University Center

Join PRISM and ISEA to celebrate LGBTQ+ History Month and National Coming Out Day (Oct. 11).

Family and Friends Weekend

Clark University 950 Main Street, Worcester, MA

Save the date for Family and Friends Weekend 2022, Oct. 14–16. Join us for special events and activities, athletic games, and plenty of opportunities to familiarize yourself with our campus, community, and Worcester.

Sponsored by: University Advancement

Equity in Action Conference

The Clark Equity in Action conference will focus on the sharing of experiences, tools, and strategies regarding the advancement of racial justice.