As he manages through the pandemic, President David Fithian ’87 is preparing to unmask a bold new future for Clark.
Our alumni share their stories of living in the age of COVID-19, and we look back at David Angel’s legacy of leadership.
Tracking elephants with satellite technology and takes from Clarkies in uncommon professions
Talent agent Larry Webman ’92 represents Coldplay, the Barenaked Ladies, and more bands you haven’t heard of – yet
Students and alumni in Puerto Rico deal with the fallout from Hurricane Maria; the iconic pea pod sprouts again
Celebrating the lasting impact of Clark’s first women undergraduates
What the pursuit of a perfect lawn says about us; Ben Daitz ’94 builds a sandwich empire
Clark professors offer context and perspective for big issues facing our nation
Brad McNamara ’13, uproots the traditional food system
Fighting for breath: Dr. Richard Pietras ’69 pioneered a groundbreaking treatment for breast cancer. Now he’s set his sights on the growing epidemic of lung cancer in women.
Stalking malaria: Janice Culpepper ’77 teams with Bill Gates to stop a global killer.
The future has arrived: From apps to robotics, Clarkies are reshaping the way we encounter our world.
An ounce of prevention: A bold new partnership with Worcester puts Clark University on the cutting edge of public health.
His chosen field: How Jeff Lurie ’73 went from sitting in the cheap seats to owning the Philadelphia Eagles.
Fire and Ice: From the Arctic Circle to the Yucatan Peninsula, from the frigid seas of Siberia to the scorched forests of Colorado and in their labs and classrooms, Clark researchers are meeting the challenge of global climate change with a perfect storm of scientific rigor, moral conviction, and urgency.
Padma Power: Entrepreneur, philanthropist, and host of “top Chief” Padma Lakshmi ’92 has found the recipe for a sweet and savory life.
20 under 30: Twenty young alumni, and the accomplishments that are putting them on the map.
From Clark to the moon: Edwin Aldrin ’15 helped a nation look skyward alongside Goddard, Lindbergh, and a son named Buzz.
Medic of the Mind: From Iraq to Afghanistan to U.S. veterans’ clinics, psychologist Major Clifford Trott ’87 heals the hidden wounds of war.
A Radical Life: D’Army Bailey ’65 was booted from one university for leading civil rights protests. Then Clark came calling.