Graduate Admissions

Senior in Accelerated MBA Completes Research in Lebanon

Anthony Jreije ’18 investigates the politics of gentrification in Lebanon’s capital By Meredith Woodward King Imagine paying 90 percent of your income on rent. That’s a reality facing many residents of Beirut — and a focus of Anthony Jreije’s research into the politics of gentrification in Lebanon’s capital. The Clark University undergraduate’s project has been…

Management students share research on sustainable fashion with retail giant, L.L. Bean.

Students unlock the secrets of marketing to millennials Consumer Behavior and Branding Strategy classes share research on environmentally sustainable fashion with L.L. Bean Several Clark University management students headed off to their summer internships with major fashion retailers armed with fresh knowledge of millennials’ shopping habits, thanks to a marketing class they took this spring. <<Read more>>…

2017 Beta Gamma Sigma Induction Ceremony Held

On May 18, Clark’s Graduate School of Management (GSOM) inducted 34 students into Beta Gamma Sigma, the international honor society exclusively for business programs accredited by AACSB International – The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Beta Gamma Sigma is a prestigious national honor society that recognizes and promotes scholarship in business. Membership is…

Net Impact Chapter Plans Busy Fall Semester

With the beginning of the academic year fully underway, the Clark University’s Net Impact chapter held its welcome meeting in early September. Second year dual-degree student Meghan Kelly, club president, gave an overview of the national Net Impact organization, as well as Clark’s chapter on campus. She urged the new students to join the vast…

Clark’s 2015 Graduate Student Orientation in Pictures

Clark welcomed over 300 new graduate students to campus during the week-long fall 2015 Graduate Student Orientation. The sessions, which started Monday for new international students, began with a welcome from Clark’s President David Angel, followed by a few words from the Dean of Graduate Studies William Fisher, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs…