My name is Adam T. Clark.

I have a PhD in Learning, Literacies and Technology from the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University. My focus is on international higher education and qualitative research methodologies. Before joining MLFTC, I was an English instructor and program administrator in various university language programming environments, working on program accreditation and helping learners with their language goals using technology. Prior to that, I taught EFL for several years in adult and K-12 contexts in Japan. 

My research concentrates on issues related to internationalization efforts of public universities, diversity in higher education, language program evaluation and qualitative research methodologies. His most recent studies have focused on the long-term academic success of international students previously enrolled in language programming and the admissions behaviors of US public universities toward international students.

The purpose of this website is to serve as a general repository of my professional and academic projects.