@Clark: News for Alumni and FriendsClark's new Net Community

Networked Communities debut

We invite you to be a part of an exciting new initiative that expands and amplifies the Clark mission. Networked Communities connect our students with alumni, parents, faculty and friends for mentorship and career-exploration opportunities ranging from job-shadowing to résumé advice to assistance in identifying and articulating marketable skills for the professional workplace. Sharing your professional expertise and your experience will help fuel students who are preparing to launch their post-Clark lives and careers. Learn more about upcoming events, and how you can get involved. More ›


Clarktober Challenge

Roy DiNicola '90 and Alan B. Sharaf '72, Ph.D. '78, and spouse Carolynn H. Levy, have challenged us to raise $50,000 by Oct. 24. If we reach that goal, they will donate $20,000 in support of the Clark academic experience and vital student scholarships.


Stanley's story

Stanley Gutridge ’45 returned to campus to offer his perspectives on career, race, and the life wisdom he’s acquired, and shared, over 99 years. Read the CLARK magazine profile of Stanley, and watch the news report of his visit.

  Jude Fernando, Clark University

Clarkies of a certain age

As they always do, Clark University alumni had a strong showing at the Worcester Business Journal's "40 Under 40" awards ceremony.

  Christopher Williams, Clark University

Street shooter

A few short years ago Thana Faroq '13 was learning the craft of photography at Clark. Today, camera in hand, she roams the cities of Yemen to chronicle the ravages of war.

  Students nurture Colombia effort to grow food for people - Clark University

Digging for answers

Mining companies are savaging the land that is the lifeblood of Mongolia's nomadic farmers. Odgerel Chintulga '18 met with the families to tell their stories of struggle.

  Richard Siple, Clark University

Sharp analysis

As historian of record on the Ken Burns documentary "Defying the Nazis: The Sharps' War," Prof. Deboráh Dwork offers insight into a tale of astounding risk and life-saving courage.


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