Courtney Croteau '07, M.A. 2008, who majored in International Development and Social Change Major and received her Masters in Community Development & Planning, is a regional planner at the Central New Hampshire Regional Planning Commission in Concord, NH. http://www.clarku.edu/return-on-education/profiles/croteau.cfm
Wendi Trilling '86 knows something about long shots. As the executive vice president of comedy development at CBS, she is pitched 400 sitcom ideas every year, and of those perhaps two will ever make it to broadcast. (CLARK Magazine, fall 2011) http://www.clarku.edu/return-on-education/profiles/wtrilling.cfm
Should the ‘R-word’ be banned on attire at schools? One parent thinks so.
Honorable D'Army Bailey '65, former Circuit Court Judge in Shelby County, TN and Civil Rights Activist, pactices law in Memphis for Wilkes and McHugh; http://www.clarku.edu/return-on-education/profiles/dbailey.cfm
Gunnar Hagstrom '07, M.B.A. 2008, a former Clark basketball and baseball player, works with PeacePlayers International, an organization that uses athletics to foster conflict resolution in troubled spots around the world, including South Africa, Israel and the West Bank, and Northern Ireland. http://www.clarku.edu/return-on-education/profiles/hagstrom.cfm
What's eating Mark Bittman? The New York Times' food editorialist, and Clark class of '71, offers a sane response to an American diet flirting with madness. (Excerpted from CLARK Magazine, Fall 2012) http://www.clarku.edu/return-on-education/profiles/mbittman.cfm