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Equality Unfulfilled: How Title IX’s Policy Design Undermines Changes to College Sports

Tilton Hall, Higgins University Center

In the Spring 2024 Harrington Public Affairs Lecture, Elizabeth Sharrow, associate professor at UMass Amherst, will explore the reasons why sex-based inequalities remain in college athletics and identify institutional perversions that undermine efforts toward equality.

Sponsored by: Department of Political Science

Suing Polluters in the Public Interest

Jefferson Academic Building, Room 222 (JF 222)

The lecture will be presented by Josh Kratka, Senior Attorney of the National Environmental Law Center, Boston MA. The National Environmental Law Center (NELC) is a non-profit public interest litigation […]

A Conversation with Judge Margaret R. Guzman ’89

Grace Conference Room, Higgins University Center

The Honorable Margaret Guzman ’89, the first Hispanic judge to serve on the U.S. District Court for Massachusetts, will visit Clark for a conversation about careers in law.

The Belonging Talks: Sandra Grudić, ‘The Messiness of Belonging’

Virtual event

The Integration and Belonging Hub Webinar Series presents Sandra Grudic, who will ponder the messiness of belonging, drawing upon her refugee — and non-refugee — experiences.

Sponsored by: Integration and Belonging Hub

A Celebration of Race & Redemption (A Virtual Juneteenth Event)


In celebration of Juneteenth, join the Clark Black Alumni Association (CBAA) for this virtual conversation with Professor Ousmane Power-Greene, Ph.D., an associate professor in the History department and Clark’s director of Africana Studies, who will discuss his recently published novel, “The Confessions of Matthew Strong.”

Sponsored by: Clark University Black Alumni Association