Monthly Archives: November 2014

Net Impact Continues Busy Semester of Activities

The Clark University Net Impact group continued its busy semester of events and activities. In late October, twenty members of the Clark community, including students, staff, and faculty, toured SolarFlair’s solar farm in Charlton, MA. The University maintains a financial agreement with Solar Flair to purchase the offsets produced by the solar panels through virtual…

Refugee Testimonies Workshop at Clark: Teaching techniques, value of ‘witnessing’

“Not since the end of the Second World War have there been so many refugees, displaced people and asylum seekers,” said Ban Ki-moon in his speech at the recent opening the 69th UN General Assembly. At a three-day workshop at Clark University, participants explored ways of drawing out, preserving and sharing refugee narratives.

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Clark University graduate students recount challenges, share experiences of Haiti fieldwork with NGOs

As the spring semester was coming to an end, a dozen Clark University graduate students embarked on a field trip to conduct research for two non-government organizations in Haiti. In mere hours, they moved from one of the richest nations in the world to one that is acknowledged as the poorest in the Western Hemisphere.

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Graduate School of Management MBA Program Ranks High in PayScale’s Latest Salary Report

The Graduate School of Management (GSOM) at Clark University is ranked No. 48 nationally in the PayScale 2014-15 College Salary Report, which ranks colleges and universities on alumni post-grad earnings. According to the company, alumni of GSOM’s MBA program earn a mid-career median salary of $126,200, placing it No. 7 among all New England business…

GIS Week at Clark

Every fall, the Clark celebrates “GIS Week” with a series of events designed to highlight and celebrate the work done by the GIS students, faculty, and researchers in our community. Events this year include: A guest lecture from Sarah Williams, Asst. Professor of Urban Planning and the Director of the Civic Design Lab at Massachusetts…