Campus News & Events

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Feb. 20: Visiting artist Brian Ulrich presents ‘Consumer Desire, Envy, and the Afterlife’

Consumer Desire, Envy, and the Afterlife Wednesday, Feb. 20; Noon to 1 p.m. Traina Center for the Arts, room 100 Free and open to the public Since 2001, Brian Ulrich has engaged with a long-term photographic examination of the peculiarities and complexities of the consumer-dominated culture in which we live. Most recently he has been…

March 13: Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Goddard Library — and the moon landing

Goddard Library and the Friends of the Goddard Library invite you to share in a celebration of the library’s 50th birthday — along with the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Apollo 11 moon landing. Our special guest speakers will include Laurie Leshin, president of WPI a former NASA scientist, and Dr. Chris Bourg, libraries director…

Apply now for 2019 Peter J. Condakes Summer Research Fellowship Award

Doing research this summer? Need funding for travel or other research expenses? Apply today for the 2019 Peter J. Condakes Summer Research Fellowship Award! The School of Geography is now accepting applications for the 2019 Peter J. Condakes Summer Research Fellowship. This award is open to continuing undergraduate students majoring in Geography, Global Environmental Studies (GES),…

Apply now for HERO undergrad summer research program; deadline is Feb. 25

Human-Environment Regional Observatory (HERO) The Human-Environment Regional Observatory (HERO) is accepting applications for the summer 2019 paid research program. HERO is a unique undergraduate-graduate-faculty experience that engages in research on human-environment relationships in Massachusetts. HERO Fellows conduct hands-on research under the mentorship of Clark University faculty. The research conducted by HERO Fellows often leads to…

Prof. Gino DiIorio publishes two plays in one month

Theatre Arts Program Director Gino DiIorio published two plays through Samuel French in the month of November. The first, “Centennial Casting,” was originally produced at Penguin Rep Theatre in Stony Brook, N.Y., and has had subsequent productions at Virginia Stage Company (Norfolk, Va.), Seven Angels Theatre (Waterbury, Conn.), and the Arclight Theatre (New York, N.Y., now called Theater…

Oct. 25: Clark Arts presents screening of two Su Friedrich films and Q&A with filmmaker

Thursday, Oct. 25 at 7:30 p.m Razzo Hall, Traina Center for the Arts Free and Open to the Public Su Friedrich has produced and directed more than 20 16mm films and digital videos, including “I Cannot Tell You How I Feel” (2016), “Queen Takes Pawn” (2013), “Gut Renovation” (2012), “Seeing Red” (2005), “The Odds of…