Clark featured in 24/7 Wall St. article about diversity on college campuses

Naeemah Clark, professor of cinema and television arts and assessment coordinator, was quoted by 24/7 Wall St. in an article about diversity on college campuses.

An article by 24/7 Wall St., highlighting the nation’s most and least diverse student bodies on college campuses included insight from Naeemah Clark, professor of cinema and television arts and assessment coordinator.

Naeemah Clark

The article, “These colleges have the most diverse student bodies,” ranked the 25 most and 25 least diverse student bodies in the country, based on U.S. Department of Education data. The data considered the chances of two randomly selected students having different racial or ethnic backgrounds at four-year American colleges or universities.

Clark discussed the importance of diversity, explaining that it teaches students to “approach real-world problems with more realistic solutions. It just makes the education experience deeper. It makes us better critical thinkers.”

To read more of Clark’s insight in the 24/7 Wall St. article, click here. The article was also featured by USA TODAY and republished by a multitude of media outlets around the country.