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A Community of Scholars

As the first institution in the United States initially dedicated exclusively to graduate training and research, Clark University prides itself in fostering innovative scholarship through its highly rigorous doctoral programs. Clark’s division of Graduate Arts and Sciences flourishes as a close-knit community with more than 225 scholars.

Ph.D. Faculty and Students

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Physicists use simulated sneezes in COVID-19 study

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Strasser Center to offer cross-disciplinary Ph.D.

New program will launch in the fall

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Goldberg publishes new trans studies encyclopedia

First-of-its-kind work takes interdisciplinary, intersectional approach

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Clark researcher experiences a 'changing Arctic'

Lack of sea ice, increased activity observed amid unseasonably warm weather

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Clark mushroom research earns publication by PNAS

Study finds that shape matters when it comes to ‘evolutionary success’

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Bergmann studies how skinks got back on their feet

Study linking climate to lizards’ evolution earns New York Times coverage

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Dean of Research and Graduate Studies

Office Location
  • Jonas Clark Hall, Room 114A
    950 Main Street
    Worcester, MA 01610-1477
  • 1-508-793-7779
  • 1-508-793-8834
  • yaoyama[at]clarku[dot]edu