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Camille Clark Adjunct Instructor School of Education

M.Ed in Higher Education Administration & Policy, The University of Kansas

B.S. in Journalism with an emphasis in Strategic Communication, The University of Kansas Spanish, The University of Kansas

Favorite Spot on Campus
The Quad
Camille Clark (she/her/hers) earned a Bachelor of Science in Journalism, a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and a Master of Science in Higher Education Administration from the University of Kansas. Prior to her position as an AUx Instructor and Advisor, she served as the Coordinator of First-Generation and Multicultural Programs in the Center for Diversity & Inclusion. As a Coordinator, she worked with center staff on center-wide programming initiatives and diversity workshops that support and advocate for better inclusion of women, students of color, LGBTQ students, and first-generation college students. Before her time at AU, she worked as a Retention Specialist in the Office of Multicultural Affairs at The University of Kansas. There, she oversaw multicultural and first-generation academic initiatives. She taught UNIV 101 and 102, freshman orientation seminars, and facilitated several social justice education workshops and retreats. In her spare time, Camille enjoys arts and crafts, a good meal, Netflix and Hulu and hanging out with her dog, Oliver.
For the Media
To request an interview for a news story, call AU Communications at 202-885-5950 or submit a request.


Spring 2021

  • CORE-200 AU Experience II

  • CORE-200 AU Experience II

  • CORE-200 AU Experience II