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A Clark giving opportunity

It's that time of year when alumni, parents and friends choose to support Clark University with their annual gifts, and we hope you will think of your University during this season of giving. Whether you wish to support a particular academic program, Friends of Clark Athletics, or another area of need through the Clark Fund, your generosity makes a significant difference to the students, faculty and entire Clark community. Please make your gift today, or before the end of the calendar year, and have it count for a 2015 tax deduction. Thank you for all that you do for Clark. Happy holidays! Make a gift ››

  George Russell

Breath of fresh AIR

Every Clark University graduate has a story, and alumni from a wide range of backgrounds share their unique personal and professional journeys with students each year through the Alumni-in-Residence (AIR) program.

  Jennifer Abrams

Trustee Q & A

Jennifer Abrams '91 checks in from Switzerland to talk about the challenges and rewards of being an Elected Alumni Trustee.


The sandwich kings

Some call them culinary wizards. Others bite into one of their signature creations and simply say, "Thank you." Learn how a pair of Clarkies built a New York sandwich empire one mouth-watering meal at a time.

  Robert Goddard

Lights. Camera. Clark!

The C-SPAN network came to Worcester to tape a show about the city's history and was so fascinated by Clark's rich legacy that a crew spent an entire day filming here. We're ready for our close-up!

  Gary Cohen

Pure genius

As a student at Clark, Gary Cohen '78 learned that social activism and environmental health have the power to transform societies. His accomplishments in both arenas have earned him a rare MacArthur "genius" fellowship.

  Samantha Lakin

Of genocide and justice

Samantha Lakin, a doctoral scholar at the Strassler Center, recently took to The Broad Stage in Santa Monica, Calif., to deliver a TEDxFulbright talk about a community's ability to recover from the ravages of genocide. Hers was a story of sorrow, justice and hope.


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