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Chaison’s book explores the impact of globalization on unions

By Anne Gibson

Will the rise of the global economy be the death of unions and collective bargaining? How can unions safeguard employee wages, benefits and workplace conditions when companies can hire workers in countries where they have no bargaining power or legal protection? Can unions deal with globalization by using their traditional approaches to representing workers,... »

Clark University MBA program in U.S. News 'Best Graduate Schools'

By Jane Salerno

Clark University is recognized among the "Best Graduate Schools 2015" by U.S. News & World Report in its just-released annual guide. U.S. News surveyed 453 accredited master's programs in business. The Clark University Graduate School of Management MBA program appears at No. 114 of 282 schools recognized in the Best Part-Time MBA Programs category.... »

‘Don’t Bite Your Tongue’ series brings campus community together over dinner and dialogue

By Jane Salerno

A new series of “Don’t Bite Your Tongue” dinners brings together Clark University students – face-to-face in their residence halls – for challenging discussions on topics often kept “off the table.” The premise of the dinners is to allow for an open conversation on a potentially contentious issue, such as politics, religion, and race.... »

Clark University Graduate School of Management is one of Princeton Review’s best business schools

By Melissa Lynch

The Graduate School of Management (GSOM) at Clark University is one of the nation's most outstanding business schools, according to The Princeton Review. The company features the school in the new 2014 edition of its book, "The Best 295 Business Schools.” According to Robert Franek, Princeton Review Senior VP-Publisher, "We recommend Clark GSOM as... »

Clark University MBA program gains int'l ranking in sustainability

By Jane Salerno

The Clark University Graduate School of Management (GSOM) MBA program is ranked 17th in the world in the Corporate Knights Global Green MBA Survey announced today (Sept. 23). The survey provides the definitive annual list examining how universities are faring at integrating sustainability into the academic experience. “We are very happy to receive this... »

Clark University to host 'Connecting the Dots: Pathways to a New Economy' summit on April 19

By Melissa Lynch

On Friday, April 19, Clark University will host A New Economics Summit, “Connecting the Dots: Pathways to a New Economy,” from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., in Daniels Theater, Atwood Hall.  The event will allow Clark students, faculty, and local representatives to discuss how to develop pathways to a new economy in the City... »

Graduate School of Management at Clark University maintains prestigious AACSB accreditation

By Melissa Lynch

The Graduate School of Management (GSOM) at Clark University has maintained its business accreditation by AACSB International—The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. AACSB Accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in business education, and has been earned by less than five percent of the world's business programs. Created in 1982, the Graduate School... »

GSOM Prof. Sarkis posits strategies for China’s economy and environment in Science paper

By Melissa Lynch

“China is under severe environmental distress.  We know it and the Chinese people are living it. New thinking and approaches are needed to help China make progress in addressing environmental issues,” said Joseph Sarkis, Clark University Professor of Operations and Environmental Management in the Graduate School of Management, speaking about a Policy Forum paper he... »

GSOM dedicates the Fishman Student Center in Carlson Hall

By Melissa Lynch

Mark Fishman ’82 may have forged an estimable career in high finance, but his message to the students gathered at the Dec. 5 dedication of the Fishman Student Center in Carlson Hall was less about making money than about making rewarding life choices. “Success is not about money, it’s about finding something you love... »

Clark M.B.A. student officially launches Freight Farms company

By Melissa Lynch

“I’m terrible at growing things,” laughs Brad McNamara, MBA/ES&P ’13, as he holds a tray of basil sprouts. He’s being modest. The sprigs look healthy enough, and McNamara already has produced a harvest of perfectly edible lettuce. McNamara is standing inside a shipping container lined with rows of vertical “growing towers” bathed in pink... »