Clark's Impact, from Worcester to the World


Psychologist: American teens taking fewer risks

Researcher finds teens 'Getting Better All the Time'

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Research digs into construction safety

Professor Wayne Gray involved in nationwide study

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Alumna doctor recounts career behind bars

Dr. Karen Gedney spent years tending to health of Nevada prisoners

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The pea pod returns for a new generation

University's iconic symbol revived for admissions materials

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'This is what I’m meant to do'

Hannah Brier rehearses for a boundary-pushing teaching career

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Alumnus has clear vision for storytelling

Sam Shepler's video marketing company is a testimony to clients’ needs

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First colleagues, Akçam and Kuehne now citizens

Clark professors wanted to become part of U.S. political process

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Mary Yohannes puts her heart into STEM studies

She’s helping the community while preparing for a cardiology career

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Clark Magazine Summer 2018
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Summer 2018

After Maria: ‘Is this our new normal?’

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Ph.D. candidate Mwangi Chege in the Worcester Telegram and Gazette

Trees in Worcester not out of the woods for pests, threats

Prof. Gary Chaison in the Wall Street Journal

Low unemployment, slow wage growth bring renewed labor strife

Prof. Jeffrey Jensen Arnett in the Worcester Telegram and Gazette

Paper by Clark University professor Jeffrey Arnett says technology use may be keeping kids safer

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