Clark’s research in both Cuba and Ecuador is the subject of an exhibit, “Teaching & Trekking through the Tropics,” in Lawrenceville’s Pop Hall. There, 24 images of new and thought-to-be extinct flowering plant species, by Clark are on display along with other photos . As the Aldo Leopold Distinguished Teaching Chair in Environmental Science and Ethics, Clark directs annual research expeditions during summer and spring breaks to Ecuador and Cuba for Lawrenceville School students where they too can participate in biodiversity scholarship through experiential learning.
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