Since 1991, Clark undergraduates have presented their research and creative work annually at our Undergraduate Student Academic Festivals, now known collectively as ClarkFEST. ClarkFEST Spring Edition (formerly Academic Spree Day or ASD), which is held during the spring semester, celebrates student work produced under the mentorship of the University's distinguished faculty during the academic year. ClarkFEST Fall Edition (formerly known as Fall Fest), held annually during the fall semester, was established in 2000 as a venue to showcase work accomplished over the summer. Students must be invited to participate by a sponsoring faculty member. During both events undergraduates

  • display their research findings
  • present papers
  • participate in panel discussions
  • exhibit artwork in a variety of media
  • perform musical compositions and theatrical sketches.

Browse the contents of Academic Spree Day and Fall Fest:

Academic Spree Day and Fall Fest Programs

Academic Spree Day Program 2020

Fall Fest Program 2019

Poster Sessions

Winter Fest 2021
Poster symposia from 2000 to 2013
Fall Fest 2021
Fall Fest 2019
Fall Fest 2018
Fall Fest 2017
Fall Fest 2016
Fall Fest 2015
Fall Fest 2014
ClarkFEST Spring 2022
ClarkFEST Fall 2022
Academic Spree Day 2021
Academic Spree Day 2020
Academic Spree Day 2019
Academic Spree Day 2018
Academic Spree Day 2017
Academic Spree Day 2016
Academic Spree Day 2015
Academic Spree Day 2014