Watch: Clark environmental science & policy master's candidate '14, Sundar Layalu, created this video about sustainability from a Nepalese perspective.
Read: The Strassler Center's Dr. Mikaela Luttrell-Rowland blogs about social policy and inequality issues on the Huffington Post website.
Watch: Entrepreneur Steven Roberts '74, president and principal of The Roberts Companies, discusses his career path.
Watch: Barbara Dyer '73 talks about translating values into action at the Hitachi Foundation.
Listen: Chelsea Massachusetts City Manager Jay Ash '83 talks about his path from Clark to city government.
Watch: Ron Walter '71 talks about what led him from chemistry to a career in journalism.
Watch: Clark and Woodland Academy join forces on a recycling program.
Watch: Hear from one undergraduate playwright about Clark's New Play Festival.
Watch: Clark Professor Richard Peet answers the DevNet question: What '1 thing' could make international development efforts more effective?
Watch: Senior Epidemiologist in the Office of Health and Safety, U.S. Department of Energy
Read: Analyst at NewOak Capital, New York.
Watch: Sr. Democratic Elections Counsel for the Committee on House Administration, talks about his career path.
Read: Doctor, orthopedics, University of Massachusetts Medical Center, Worcester.
Read: Dan Roberts’ love of history was practically pre-destined by his hometown.
Read: Knowledge Worker, Capgemini, Jersey City, N.J.; Painter/sculptor.
Read: Google “Jonathon Blumenthal” and you’ll also find Google, where he works.
Read: Ph.D. student in Holocaust and genocide studies at Clark.
Read: Member of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court in Massachusetts's team.
Read: Policy Analyst, Economic Progress Institute, Providence, R.I.
Read: Desk Officer, U.S. Department of State, Washington, D.C.
Read: International Fellow, PeacePlayers International, Cyprus
Read: Most people run the other way when they hear “West Nile” or “H1N1.” Not Erika LeClair.
Read: Harrison Mackler cut his teeth in a London dentistry internship, where his research was quite literally bone deep.
Read: Bridget T. Millman wrapped up her bachelor’s degree when the U.S. economy was poised for the Great Recession, a time when newly minted graduates around the country were struggling to find employment...
Read: Meghan Rosa’s mother is a high school teacher in Attleboro, Mass., and three of her star students went on to the same school: Clark University.