Campus News & Events

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DiIorio’s ‘Seeds of Doubt’ to be read at Urban Stages Theatre in New York City, May 5

Professor Gino DiIorio’s new play “Seeds of Doubt” will be given a reading at Urban Stages Theatre on Tuesday, May 5 at 7 p.m. (259 West 30th St). The reading will be directed by Clark alumna Chelsea Long ’11,and will feature Corey Tazmania and Jenny Vallancourt. Synopsis: Julie is an aging activist turned research scientist. Her…

Clark Arts to conclude April with Concert Choir, Jazz on Goddard Grove and Sinfonia

Concert Choir Friday, April 24 at 7:30 p.m. Saint Peter’s Church (929 Main Street) Emily Isaacson, Director Jazz on the Goddard Grove Saturday, April 25 at 12 p.m. Goddard Grove (Behind the Library) Eric Hofbauer, Director Rain Date: Sunday, April 26 at 2 p.m. (Outside of Atwood Hall if it’s sunny; the Grind, University Center…

Sustainable Transportation Options at Clark: Zipcar, NuRide, Bike Share and more!

With spring in full bloom, this is a great time to re-think the way you get around. From Zipcar to the Cycles of Change Bike Share, the NuRide program with MassRides to the Clark Car Pool Facebook group and many more, there’s no shortage of ways to get around the area in sustainable style. Some food for thought:…

Academic Spree Day is Wednesday, April 22

REMINDER: Academic Spree Day is April 22 12 to 4:30 p.m. Tilton Hall/Conference Rooms/University Center Academic Commons/Goddard Library Fuller & Prouty Conference Rooms/Goddard Library/4th floor Please come and show support for our University’s undergraduate students who will be presenting their research either through posters or oral presentations. View the 2015 Academic Spree Day program Posters…

April 17: University committee seeks input on new intellectual property policy

A University committee has recently been reviewing and revising Clark’s intellectual property policies, and invites comments from students. If you are entrepreneurially minded and/or working in a tech field, or just curious about the University’s position on intellectual property, come to this open forum on Friday, April 17, at 3 p.m. in Jonas Clark Hall room 218.

Residence halls see 4.2 percent decrease in energy consumption during Earth Week

Throughout Earth Week in March, Clark Unplugged: Do It In the Dark led a competition among the First-Year and Transfer residence halls — Bullock, JSC, Dodd and Wright — to see which halls could reduce energy consumption below baseline measurements from last year. During the week, Doing It 101 programs were held in Bullock, JSC, and…