Alumni, Family and Friends

Alumni, Family and Friends

The Clark alumni community is tightly knit, yet welcoming to all — not unlike Clark itself, which is small in size but always thinks big. Before fanning out across the world to pursue lives that meet our highest aspirations, we came together as students in residence halls, classrooms and labs. Clark alumni are passionate about many different things, but our University is the one thing that forever unites us.

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What types of careers exist in environmental science and biotechnology? Students hear from alumni in Clark's Biology and Biosciences Networked Community.

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Networked Communities

Alumni and undergraduate students connect at a Law and Regulatory Affairs Networked Community event.

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Networked Communities

Follow your passion. Be persistent. And if you want a career in the arts, develop your business skills. These words of advice come from alumni in the Creative Arts Networked Community.

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Networked Communities

Profiles of Giving

"Clark gave my father an avenue to realize his dreams and ambitions. It opened up the world for him."
— Dr. William McIntyre on the $1 million gift to the Graduate School of Geography from his father, Wallace McIntyre,
M.A. '47, Ph.D. '51 

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No matter when you graduated, or where you live today, your connection to Clark University is an enduring one. You inspire our current students, and one another, through the lives and careers you’ve shaped. Now, become part of our dynamic community and rediscover old friends, grow your network and help perpetuate the Clark mission of bringing positive change to a world that’s hungry for it. 

Your participation gives you access to exceptional talent while significantly impacting our students’ lives. 

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"If I say, ‘I’m developing a program to help doctors talk with greater kindness and empathy to patients, and show them greater respect. What do you think about that?’ — a story will pop up."

— Dr. Fred Kron ’75, creator of MPathic-VR, a communication skills training program for medical students

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“I took full advantage of every opportunity that was offered to do authentic, community-based learning.”

— Leah Penniman ’02, M.A.T. ’03, with her husband, Jonah Vitale-Wolff ’02, on her experience at Clark

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“I’ve loved building the Center and imagining what it could be. We had one standard — excellence — and everyone bought into that, including our donors.”

— Professor Debórah Dwork on the Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies

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