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        Joy L. Clark

        AUM Associate Provost for Undergraduate Studies


        Research Interests

        Addressing the Changing Needs of Students in Higher Education Government Policy Impacts on Industry


        • PhD, Texas A&M University, 1988
        • MS, Auburn University, 1982
        • BS, Auburn University, 1980

        Professional Activities

        Prior to moving into full-time administration, Clark's research focused on the impact of environmental regulation on the fishing and timber industries. Her work appeared in a variety of journals, including Review of Regional Studies, Marine Fisheries Review, Journal of Economics and Finance and Journal of Education for Business.

        Clark teaches in both the graduate and undergraduate programs, including Economics of Decision-making in a Global Environment, Issues in Global Trade and Finance, Principles of Microeconomics, and a University Success course for freshman. She has been recognized for her teaching excellence with the AUM Distinguished Teaching Professor award and School of Business Excellence in Teaching Award.

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