LEEP Project Pioneer Blog

Read: Clark LEEP (Liberal Education and Effective Practice) Pioneers blog about their summer LEEP projects.

American Museum of Natural History Evolution of Terrestrial Leeches

Watch: A biology and studio art double major, Rebecca Rood Goldman ’14 studied the evolution of terrestrial leeches for her LEEP Project.

National Grid and Clark Team Up

Watch: Environmental science major Amy Kapitan ’13 worked as a liaison between National Grid and stakeholders in Worcester.

Sustainable Evaluation in Guatemala

Watch: Lila Trowbridge ’12 worked with a community-based organization in Guatemala for her LEEP Project.

Sri Lankan Post-War Trauma and Victimization

Watch: Kulani Dias ’13 studied post-war trauma in Sri Lanka for her LEEP Pioneer Project.

Clark University Peace Library

Watch: In the first of her “Hidden Campus Spots” series, Laina Pauker ’14 explores the Clark University Peace Library.

Studying Trauma in Post-War Sri Lanka

Watch: Clark undergrad is interviewed by Bostonlanka.com/South Asian News about her research on post-war sentiments towards ethnic minorities in Sri Lanka.

FYI: First Year Intensives and LEEP

Watch: Clarkies talk about the benefits of first-year intensives on their liberal arts education.

Living LEEP

Watch: Hannah Berry ’12 describes Clark’s new model of education, LEEP, and how it relates to her academic experience.

My LEEP: Research with mosquitoes

Watch: Matt Warndorf ’12 learned scientific research first hand with Clark Biology Professor Todd Livdahl.

LEEP provides a solid foundation

Watch: Champo Mapulanga, a Clark University undergrad from Zambia, talks about LEEP, Clark’s pioneering model of education.

Clark University: Passion with a Purpose

Watch: An overview of Clark University, its students and faculty.