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Clark Tank 2024 Logo Design Contest

The Clark Tank Committee is looking for a fresh logo that will encompass Clark Tank's ideals for 2024 with the excitement of entrepreneurship. Submit your design!

Sponsored by: Entrepreneurship & Innovation

E&I for You & I Podcast


Join our new podcast host, Lily Deslaurier ’26, to discuss entrepreneurship topics that affect your small business or entrepreneurial endeavor.

Sponsored by: Entrepreneurship & Innovation

Worcester Art Museum

Worcester Art Museum

Interested in seeing beautiful artwork? The Worcester Art Museum is the place to go.

Clark Tank Venture Development Application Open


Clark Tank 2024 Venture Development Committee is taking applications for the upcoming year's events. The following application is for $100 in seed money for your venture and entrance into Clark […]

Languages Beyond the Requirement: A conversation with David Dallaire ’86

Estabrook 310

David Dallaire ’86 will discuss his experience as a Clark graduate, the power of languages, and the benefits he has received in his career thanks to his language and intercultural competencies.

Sponsored by: Language, Literature, and Culture

Strategies to Cope with Homesickness

JC 120

It is normal to feel homesick if you are living far away from your home. Join us to talk about strategies to cope with homesickness and share in community.

Study Abroad and Away Fair

Clark University, Tilton Hall, Higgins University Center - 2nd Floor 950 Main Street, Worcester, MA

Join the Office of Study Abroad for the biggest event of the year. Meet representatives of our approved programs, talk to returned students, and get your questions answered.

Sponsored by: Office of Study Abroad and Away

Clark Collective Pop-Up Series

Red Square

Come shop Clark student small businesses in Red Square (or the AC during bad weather) at the weekly Clark Collective Pop-Up.

Myanmar and the Politics of Humanitarianism: Diaspora, Identity, and Advocacy

Rose Library, Strassler Center

This panel discussion will explore the transnational nature of humanitarian aid in Myanmar two years after a coup ushered in military rule there, including challenges, dilemmas, and everyday politics of aid and advocacy in Myanmar, including among a growing diaspora of Burmese activists abroad.

Sponsored by: Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies