Research Areas: Archaeological theory; complex societies; colonialism; ethnicity and identity; conflict and conflict resolution; political ecology; pastoralism; agricultural intensification; landscape archaeology; regional analysis; ethnohistory; archaeological chemistry; European archaeology; Iron Age, Medieval, and Early Modern Scandinavia and Ireland
Director of Sustainability Leadership Masters Program
Department of Environment and Sustainability
College of Arts and Sciences
Research Interests: Dr. Clark's expertise and experience span the topics of sustainability education, climate change policy, sustainable development and resilient infrastructure systems. Clark’s current research focuses on quantifying the social burden of power outages due to natural disasters and extreme events.
Interests: Worldwide diffusion of democracy and globalization and their effects on environmental sustainability and gender equity; democracy, environmental protection and sustainable global development and public health; leadership in sustainability and political systems
Research Interests: Environmental and Analytical Chemistry: Fate and transport of emerging contaminants and endocrine disrupting chemicals; treatment of pharmaceuticals and personal care products in wastewater; environmental impacts of engineered nanomaterials; bioaccumulation of brominated flame retardants.
Selected Activities, Honors and Awards: U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon Competition, Irvine, California, 2015. (Martha Bohm, P.I.) - 2nd Place overall (941.191/1000 points possible) - 1st Place in the Comfort Zone, Commuting, and Energy Balance contests