Campus News & Events

Campus news, announcements and events of broad appeal.

Students zero-waste Clarkie-Palooza during orientation

If you were at Clarkie-Palooza during orientation, you might have noticed some excited folks standing by waste bins. These students, part of Clark’s student-run Recycling Crew, helped new Clark students sort their waste into bins for recycling, compost and the landfill: something we at Clark call zero-waste. Since the plates and utensils were compostable along with the food scraps,nearly everything used at…

Marsh Institute announces 2015-2016 seminar series speakers, topics

The George Perkins Marsh Institute and Jeanne X. Kasperson Research Library announce the 2015-16 Academic Year Seminar Series. Seminars will present cutting-edge research on human/environment interactions taking place at Clark University, and are designed to catalyze discussions regarding future research possibilities. Seminar dates and speakers are as follows: Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015 12:15 – 1:15 p.m.…

Mott Linn, head of collections at Clark, recognized for energy conservation

Mott Linn, Jr., head of collections management in the Robert Hutchings Goddard Library, was selected as the winner of the Sustainable Clark Energy Saver Calendar prize package. Linn was rewarded for his dedication to energy conservation on campus by completing the Energy Saver Checklist on the Calendar every month of the academic year.  He received…

GSOM represented at White House forum on opportunities for women in business

Clark University’s Graduate School of Management (GSOM)was among 50 business schools nationwide represented at a forum on women in business hosted by The White House. “Business schools play a critical role in educating the workers and leaders of the 21st-century workforce,” said Andrea Aiello, associate dean for academic and student services, who attended the event.…

New Clark OneCard Design

finalmockupThe Clark OneCard has been redesigned to incorporate the new logo.  The new card will be phased in beginning with the incoming class – there are no plans to re-print existing cards.  You will start to see the new card as new students arrive and new staff and faculty are hired.  Please note that the new card design does not incorporate a bar-code. The previous bar-code was used by the library and they have now converted to a mag-stripe reader.  Please contact the OneCard office if you have any questions regarding the new card design.

 

 

Interested in studying music at Clark? Come to our pizza party on Aug. 26, 5:30 p.m.

Performance opportunities chorus/concert choir | concert band | jazz workshop/combos | sinfonia | chamber ensembles Private instruction for voice & instruments  click here for information on MUSC018 & MUSC180 Facilities practice rooms | rehearsal spaces | recording studio Academic programs majors & minors in music with concentrations composition & theory | history & criticism | music technology Come…

Class of 2019 is Clark’s largest ever

Clark University will welcome its largest class in history to the Worcester campus this fall. Here are facts about Clark’s Class of 2019: 684 first-year students are entering, with a high school grade point average of 3.66 44 percent are in the top 10 percent of their high school class (based on schools that provide…