Visiting Assistant Professor
With considerable experience in historic preservation and urban planning, Carol Clark offers students the perspective of a seasoned professional. Her work has focused on the public and not-for-profit sectors, and her emphasis is on the practical rather than the theoretical. She makes herself available to students who seek her out, and maintains relationships with many who have taken her classes at Pratt Institute or Columbia University where she has been teaching as an adjunct faculty member for over three decades. She views teaching as her primary calling and enjoys sharing her knowledge with students.
University of Michigan, BA in Comparative Literature & Art History, 1974, High Honors
Columbia University, MS in Historic Preservation, 1977
Columbia University, Charles H. Revson Fellow, 1982-83