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Clark University MA Graduate Crowned Ms. New England 2015

Shala Murray of Attleboro, MA, a dedicated member of the Worcester community for the last nine years, recently won the Ms. New England 2015 title by the Ms. America® Pageant. Murray is the oldest of eight children and a first-generation college graduate. After graduating from Attleboro High School in 2006, she made Worcester her home,…

IDCE Researcher Travels to Africa to Study Emerging Disease Profiles

Dr. Ellen Foley, Associate Professor of International Development and Social Change, first went to Senegal in 1992 as an undergraduate. Since then, much of her work has focused on health concerns facing populations in West Africa, with a primary interest in reproductive and sexual health. Most recently she has teamed up with researchers from Senegal,…

Finance, networking, and building a career path: My Experience at Quinnipiac G.A.M.E. V Forum

Student Contributor Hayley Gao (Graduate School of Management, MSF ’16) shares her experiences at the Global Asset Management Education (G.A.M.E.) V Forum in New York City, which provides college students and faculty from around the world with a unique opportunity to interact with industry leaders and learn best practices in investment management. Although it was…

Clark Launches Year-Long Initiative on UN’s Millennium and Sustainable Development Goals

Clark University’s International Development, Community, and Environment (IDCE) program is embarking on a year-long initiative assessing the effectiveness of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) adopted by the United Nations in 2000. The initiative will include opportunities for engagement among the university, the community at large, and noted scholars focused on specific aspects of the MDGs.…

New Signature Fellowships Launched for Fall 2015

The International Develoment, Community, and Environment Department (IDCE) is pleased to announce six new Signature Fellowships. IDCE Signatures encompass issues of pressing global and local concern and are areas where the department is investing significant energy in deepening its teaching, research, advocacy, practice, and activism. Students whose prior experiences and research interests exemplify these signature…

Sustainability students and staff visit SolarFlair, one of Clark’s partners in green energy

SolarFlair

In late October, 20 members of the Clark community—a cross section of students, staff, and faculty—hopped on a bus to tour SolarFlair in Charlton, MA. Greeted by Matt Arner, founder of SolarFlair, the group heard the story of the farm and the support from Clark that made the solar farm possible. In his quest to apply his…