Ever since he was a boy playing with toy cars, Nikolay Ionkin ’18 has had a fascination with things that go. He imagined himself working in the automotive industry, but he never thought that physics might... More
What’s it like to be a young woman scientist in 2017? We asked Jenna Libera ’18, a double major in biology and psychology at Clark University, to reflect on the topic. Libera grew up in Charlton,... More
For three hours each week, Clark University students bring a world of poetry into Worcester classrooms — with the impact extending far beyond the city limits.
The In Our Own Words program pairs Clark... More
Adam Katzman ’18 came to Clark University with a passion for American government and politics. After three years with the Student Council, internships with a state representative and a congresswoman, and a... More