Assistant Professor of the Practice in Sustainability Education
Director of Undergraduate Programs
Prior to completing her PhD, she worked for 5 years as the Director of the Center for Environmental Education in the Nicholas School, and for 12 years doing air pollution regulatory work under contract for the US EPA.
Areas of interest: environmental education, free-choice learning, sustainability education, qualitative research methods, collective action, community behavior, responsible environmental behavior, informal learning, food/environment intersection
In The News
Ardoin, NM, Clark, CR, and Wojcik, DJ. "Looking toward the blue sky: Environmental education researchers' experience, influences, and aspirations." Applied Environmental Education & Communication 15, no. 1 (January 2, 2016): 75-89.
Comer, DK, Clark, CR, and Canelas, DA. "Writing to learn and learning to write across the disciplines: Peer-to-peer writing in introductory-level MOOCs." International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning 15, no. 5 (January 1, 2014): 26-82.
Ardoin, NM, Clark, C, and Kelsey, E. "An exploration of future trends in environmental education research." ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION RESEARCH 19, no. 4 (August 1, 2013): 499-520.
Clark, C. "The Synergy of the Commons: Learning and Collective Action in One Case Study Community." In Engaging Environmental Education: Learning, Culture and Agency,edited by RB Stevenson and JD Dillon. ProQuest, 2007.
Hart *, P, Barrett, MJ, Schnack, K, Dyment, JE, Taylor, J, and Clark, C. "Reflections on the 7th Invitational Seminar on Research and Development in Health and Environmental Education: Anchorage, Alaska, USA, October 2003." Environmental Education Research 10, no. 4 (November 2004): 563-574.