Clark University

Clark University, at Worcester, Mass.; coeducational; chartered 1887, opened as a graduate school 1889. It was the second graduate school to be formed in the United States. Its undergraduate college (est. 1902) was integrated with the university in 1920. Clark has noted graduate schools of psychology, management, and geography and maintains institutes of urban education and environmental studies.

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