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Clark Scholars honored at reception

Nov. 29, 2018, 10:07 AM

The first-year cohort of the A. James Clark Scholars for 2018-19. (Vanderbilt University)
The first-year cohort of the A. James Clark Scholars for 2018-19. (Vanderbilt University)

The first- and second-year cohorts of the A. James Clark Scholars at the School of Engineering met with members of the A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation, Courtney Clark Pastrick, Joe Del Guercio and Natalie Grandison at a late-afternoon reception on Nov. 7.

The Clark Scholars Program is the foundation’s signature academic program and emphasizes three key components—engineering excellence, business acumen and service learning—characteristics the late A. James Clark embodied and wished to cultivate in others.

The second-year cohort of the A. James Clark Scholars for 2018-19. (Vanderbilt University)
The second-year cohort of the A. James Clark Scholars for 2018-19. (Vanderbilt University)

Brief remarks were shared by Courtney Clark Pastrick, School of Engineering Dean Philippe Fauchet, and Clark Scholars Program Faculty Director Christopher Rowe to the 20 Clark Scholars as well as Vanderbilt executive leadership and trustees in attendance.

To learn more about the program’s history at Vanderbilt, please click here.

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