Clark Partners magzine Winter 2022

 In Editing, Writing

Headwaters of leadership
Sam Robinson ’83 has served as vice chairman of the Chinook Indian Nation for more than two decades. His years at Clark College helped prepare him for tribal leadership. Making of a leader

An original method for scientific research
Clark professors and students are conducting original scientific research and contributing to our body of knowledge about the world. But unlike at four-year universities, where research is for faculty to gain fame, raise funds and earn tenure, here at Clark, it’s all about the students. Engaging students in research

Women in welding
Tatum Parsley ’13 teaches an all-female cohort in welding at Clark and tries to spark in more women a love for this satisfying, rewarding trade. Diversifying the trades

A smoother pathway
One student’s before-and-after enrollment experience illustrates how Clark’s changes in the name of ‘Guided Pathways’ are making real differences in transforming people’s lives. This changed everything

Where in the universe is Penguin Nation? 
Penguin Nation knows no borders. Clark’s far-flung alumni and friends are showing their Penguin Pride across the globe. Penguins fly

Clark Partners magazine is a production of Clark College Foundation. Reprinted with permission from Clark College Foundation. ©2022

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