Conceptualized by OHO Media, the Community of Engaged Learners website hosts short videos of students, alumni and faculty of Utah Valley University. These videos highlight the remarkable projects across UVU's campus and call attention to faculty work, through the method of storytelling. By focusing on stories of "engagement," the project seeks to further flesh out UVU as an institution of community and academic involvement.
This spotlight features Christopher Clark, who engages students and the community through theatrical productions. In 2008, his stage adaptation of the silent film Nosferatu garnered praise and was selected as the first alternate for Kennedy Center, American College Theatre Festival. Clark and his talented students are headed to the Kennedy Center for the third time to perform She Stoops to Conquer. This summer, Clark will lead his fifth Theatre Study Abroad program, culminating in a student performance in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Chris Clark utilizes his position as a professor at UVU to advance his own creative visions and provide opportunities for his students to collaborate in productions that meaningfully engage the community.