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EPA bestows double honors for Clark University efforts in reducing waste

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Clark University received two awards in recognition of    outstanding success and initiative in reducing waste on campus. Clark was the only EPA awardee to receive two awards for different programs in the same year. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Sustainable Materials Management Program (SMM) announced the awards in November. Clark received Honorable Mention for…

Clark undergrad a kung fu grand champion

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Among many definitions of the Chinese term kung fu is the rough translation “skill achieved through hard work.” Clark University first-year student Cheyenne R. Lachapelle, of Worcester, is just beginning to prove how far her hard work and passion for this challenging martial art will take her. In October, Lachapelle ’19 defended her title at…

Clark Model UN Team continues superb performance; busy spring semester slated

Clark University Model UN team members at the Northeast Regional Model Arab League Conference at Northeastern, from left: Maame Abena Anan-Ankomah, Andrew Mezzi, Conor Mulqueen, Michael Pierce and Absar Ali.

The Clark University Model UN Team has concluded a successful fall semester, winning numerous awards and looking forward to more strong performances next year. The Clark team participated in the Boston Area Regional Model United Nations held at Boston University, in the 43rd National Collegiate Security Conference at Georgetown University, in the Northeast Regional Model…

At Paris talks, USDA presents global food security report; Clark scientist a lead author

Climate change is projected to result in more frequent disruption of food production in many regions and increased overall food prices, according to a USDA report released Dec. 3.

As world leaders meet in Paris for international climate change talks, a just-released report by the U.S. Department of Agriculture co-authored by Clark University Professor Edward Carr is focusing attention on how climate change will likely impact the world’s food security. Carr, director of the International Development, Community and Environment Department, was a lead author…