The business world, and the jobs within it, have become more and more project-based in recent years — and those projects have become increasingly complex and deadline-driven. The critical skills and perspectives required by today’s project managers must continue to evolve and expand. To meet this rapidly growing demand, Clark’s School of Professional Studies (SPS) has launched a master’s in project management program in the spring 2021 semester.
IDCE's Sharon Hanna advising a student.
Clark’s graduate students have had solid success in the recent job market thanks to their diligence, dedication, and experience. The positive results are all indicative of early engagement with Clark’s career planning resources, including conversations with advisers and alumni, and polishing résumé and interview skills. Resilience and patience have been the keys to success since the onset of COVID-19.
Students in China will be able to attend face-to-face classes in Shanghai this fall thanks to the Graduate Pathway Program offered by Clark University’s American Language and Culture Institute. The program will be presented in partnership with CIEE and will be hosted at the prestigious East China Normal University (ECNU) campus. CIEE Shanghai is located on the campus of ECNU.
As deputy cultural development officer for the City of Worcester, Che Anderson’s mantra is “Have an impact; do cool things” — words that have guided his personal and professional journey to become a more civic-minded public employee.
Buba Sulle Dicko always knew that he had something to say. “I felt like there was a message within me that people needed to listen to,” he says.
“Climate change is a defining issue of our time,” says Kortni Wroten. The Clark University graduate student, pursuing a dual MBA/master’s in environmental science and policy, recently returned from the UN’s Climate Change Conference (COP25) in Madrid, where she and twelve fellow graduate students observed negotiations, networked, and engaged with climate groups and activists from all over the world — including Swedish teen Greta Thunberg.