Kevin Clark featured in Washingtonian Magazine

Kevin Clark featured in Washingtonian magazine. (Article)

Kevin Clark receives George Mason Diversity and Inclusion Award

Kevin Clark receives George Mason's Karen and Hector Alcalde Medal for Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion. (Article)

Kevin Clark and Geena Davis talk diversity at Bentonville Film Festival

Kevin Clark and Geena Davis discuss diversity in entertainment media at Bentonville Film Festival. (Article)

Ebony - Black Teens Kick Butt in Tech, Need More Access to STEM

Kevin Clark is interviewed by Ebony Magazine about his study on African American Tweens, Teens, and Parents. (Article)

Education Week - African-American Teens Missing Out on Digital Innovation

Kevin Clark discusses the impact of technology access on the ability of African American Tweens and Teens to innovate. (Article

Kevin Clark on Diversity in Apps Podcast

Kevin Clark discusses the formation of the Center for Digital Media Innovation and Diversity and research projects on KIDMAP (Diversity in Apps) Podcast.

Kevin Clark speaks at White House Panel on Gender and Diversity in Children's Media and Toys

Kevin Clark Speaks at White House panel on Gender Stereotypes and Diversity in Children“s Media and Toys. (Article)

Kevin Clark Featured on WashingTech Policy Podcast

Kevin Clark featured on WashingTech Policy Podcast 007 (2015): Hear How Easily You Can Inspire Students in STEM. Podcast

Kevin Clark Selected as Television Academy Foundation Faculty Seminar Fellow

Kevin Clark participates in Television Academy Foundation Faculty Seminar, which is designed to influence the creation of and use of television by providing exposure to industry professional and practices. View PDF

White House Honors Kevin Clark as Champion of Change

White House Honors Kevin Clark as STEM Access Champion of Change for his work to support and accelerate STEM opportunities for African American students, schools, and communities. (

Mason receives Dell grant for STEM education

Dr. Kevin Clark receives grant from Dell to STEM education at Hoffman-Boston elementary school in Arlington, VA. (

Diversity in Children's Media is More than Just Race

Kevin Clark discusses the issue of diversity in children's media and why we should extend the discussion beyond demographic characteristics like race and gender. (

"Doc McStuffins" and the Power of TV Role Models

Kevin Clark affirmed the power of TV role models in an AP news story about a new children's animated series on Disney starring a spunky African American girl who wants to be a doctor. (

Using Computer Game Design to Boost Interest in High-Tech Careers

Funded by the National Science Foundation, the Game Design through Mentoring and Collaboration (GDMC) program aims to increase student interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) in traditionally underserved communities by providing an environment in which students learn the basics of professional-level 3-D modeling and animation software, as well as the logic of game design and programming. Read more...

Behind the Scenes: Video Game Design Program Boosts Interest in Science Careers

"Your game is annoying," one student at the Be the Game summer camp tells another. The boy just laughs. "That's because you can't beat it," he says.

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Let's Talk Education (WHUT)

Journalist Molette Green engages Dileep Rajan, from the DC Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO), Kevin Clark, an associate professor at George Mason University and director of the Center Read more...

The Future of Education: A Threshold Forum

Kevin Clark, Carl E. Harris, Charles House, Henry Kelly, and Monica Martinez discuss how technology is raising new questions about knowledge, assessment, and the role of educators. View PDF.

Instructional Technology Students Develop Tools for Industry

A prototype was developed for the Defense Acquisition University, which provides training for the U.S. Department of Defense workforce.

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Digital Generation Game Design Video

The National Science Foundation (NSF) funded project led by George Mason Univeristy, College of Education and Human Development faculty, Kevin Clark and Kim Sheridan, is featured on the George Read more...

Game Design as a Pathway to STEM Careers

At first glance, you might think the students spending Saturdays or summer days at McKinley Technology High School in Washington, D.C., are just playing video games on their computers. Read the full story.