Check out the new university video on diversity and our global community! Hear from some of our international graduate students on why they joined Clark University’s global community and why you should, too.
Times Higher Education (THE) has named Clark University number 12 on its list of the World’s Best Small Universities. The ranking, released March 7, includes 20 universities in 12 different countries. Clark is one of four small U.S. schools included. Read the full story here, or see a list of all of Clark’s rankings and…
Clark University is number 23 on the Peace Corps’ 2016 rankings of the top volunteer-producing colleges and universities. Clark is ranked on the list of small colleges and universities, with 8 alumni currently volunteering worldwide. Since 1961, 255 Clark alumni have served in the Peace Corps; this is the second straight year that the University…
Community Development and Planning Professor Ramon Borges-Mendez recently participated in a community meeting to discuss the accomplishments and challenges facing the Puerto Rican community in western Massachusetts.
Tim St. Onge, graduate student in the GIS for Development and Environment program, was cited for the work he did on urban playgrounds during his internship at Aveza, a GIS Firm in Philadelphia, PA.
Community Development and Planning Alumna Emily Varnderdoes has been cited for work on housing access in Norwalk, CT.
International Development and Social Change Assistant Professor Marianne Sarkis’ compiled data “paints the picture” of the number of men who are paying for sex in Worcester.
Community Development and Planning Professor Laurie Ross was recently quoted in an article about how Worcester city officials are addressing youth violence in the city.
Second-year International Development and Social Change graduate student Shabo Li’s research is offering new insights in to how effective community meetings are in the city.