Rhode Island state Representative Deb Ruggiero never thought that a simple lunch meeting would become a seminal moment in her career. On a summer day in 2019 she met fellow public servant Joe O’Brien, former mayor of Worcester, at an outdoor café in Jamestown, RI. O’Brien wanted to talk to her about a new master’s program developed by Clark University, which he was directing. His advocacy convinced her to enroll in the new program. The rest, as they say, is history.
John G. LaBrie, dean of the School of Professional Studies (SPS) and associate provost for professional education, has announced the recipients of this year’s awards for outstanding SPS graduate students and faculty. “It is my pleasure to recognize these exceptional students and faculty for their contributions to Clark and our community,” he said.
The legalization of cannabis has created many challenges for policymakers and the businesses and individuals wishing to participate in the budding industry. Is it possible to achieve equity amid the misinformation and often shifting needs and policies of diverse stakeholders?
Clark University joined business leaders, educational institutions and other partners to celebrate National Apprenticeship Week (NAW), held from November 8 through November 14, whichrecognized the value apprenticeships add to a skilled workforce.
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.
There’s a digital revolution taking place. Harnessing the power of data, innovation, and collaboration, businesses are thinking bigger, progressing further, and moving faster.
Topics: School of Professional Studies
The past few weeks surrounding graduation have been filled with a range of emotions — sadness, nostalgia, appreciation, excitement, and fulfillment. Just two weeks ago, I graduated with a Master of Public Administration (MPA) from Clark University’s Accelerated B.A./Master's degree program.