The University of Maryland today announced that its A. James Clark School of Engineering will become the permanent home of a multi-university program that provides holistic support to exceptionally talented students with financial need, thanks to a $20.6 million investment from the A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation.
Weitz will continue to explore how viruses impact human and environmental health.
The A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation is helping to support the people served by the St. Michaels Community Center with an investment of $250,000 for the nonprofit’s building renovation capital campaign.
Furthering their initial investment of $1.8 million, the Clark Foundation is matching donations to the TRades Academy, totaling $6.5 million.
Operation Homefront presents the Cornerstone Award to individuals who have gone above and beyond to help Operation Homefront transform how it serves military families and delivers its mission.
The division aims to advance scholarship focused on organizations, organizing practices and management, and to promote a community of researchers focused on its development.
Our founder, Mr. A. James Clark, believed in investing in others, expanding opportunity, and solving today’s challenges with today’s resources.
As the daughter of Clark Construction titan Jim Clark, Courtney Clark Pastrick watched her father literally build the foundation for much of Greater Washington.
The high school seniors got a special send off by an organization that helps them get into and through college.
The aim of the group’s operation is to help beautify underserviced areas in community, while also giving their volunteers purpose in their post-military life.