City of Immigrants

Title: City of immigrants series

Author: Welker, Grant

Publication: Worcester Business Journal

Date: November 12, 2018

Description:  Articles and editorials in this series include: City of  immigrants: : Foreign-born residents have unusually large impact on Worcester’s economy;  Coming to Worcester: The city’s immigrant population has shifted in the last decade; Helping immigrant businesses: Foreign-born entrepreneurs aren’t as familiar with their available resources; Get to know Worcester’s immigrants; The importance of immigrants.

Keywords: businesses, business owners, entrepreneurs, economy

Holy Cross Emerita Professor Curates Worcester Refugee Artists Exhibit

Title: Holy Cross emerita professor curates Worcester refugee artist exhibit

Author: Jane Carlton

Publication: College of the Holy Cross Newsroom

Date: 2020

Description: Professor Susan Rodgers working with Holy Cross students Worcester refugee artisan crafts .

Keywords: art exhibits, refugee artists, crafts


A Bhutanese Refugee’s Resettlement Diary

Title: A Bhutanese refugee’s resettlement diary

Author: Gurung, Ganesh

Publication: New Worcester Spy

Date: 2016

Description: Ganesh Gurung, a student at Worcester State University, reflects on his resettlement journey in the university’s news and literary magazine.  This entry includes three articles entitled “A Bhutanese refugee’s diary : Part 1 and Part 2” and  “Bhutanese Flamingo: Finding hope in music.”

Keywords: resettlement, education, Bhutanese refugees

Clark University is sharing Worcester’s world

Title: Clark University is sharing Worcester’s world

Author: Gowdey- Backus, Emily

Publication: The Pulse Magazine

Date: February 2, 2016

Description:  An article discussing a study, “Shared Worlds”, designed by Clark University Associate Professor Anita Fabos (IDCE) examining the relationship between U.S. and foreign-born residents in Worcester.

Cataloged By: Selina Sikder / B.J. Perkins

Clark University news articles

Title: Clark University news articles

Publication: Clark Now

Date: 2010 – current

Description:  Articles highlighting Clark’s engagement with refugees and refugee issues in Worcester

1)  Clark students to help refugees in Worcester start businesses, January 28, 2010

2) ‘Namaste!’ Clark IDCE assists Bhutanese refugees in N.H. , May 6, 2010

3) Alumna’s “Checkered Floors” to make Clark debut next week, September 6, 2011

4)  Refugee Testimonies Workshop at Clark: Teaching techniques, value of ‘witnessing’, November 24, 2014.

5) Program Helps Refugees Bridge a World of Difference. August 2, 2016.

6) How well do new immigrants navigate the first year of high school: Professor lands national fellowship to study academic literacy of newly arrived English language learners in Worcester. July 27, 2016.

7) Family Impact Seminar puts the spotlight on health disparities in Massachusetts. April 13, 2017.

8) ‘Hair Story’: Charline Kirongozi pulls together strands of politics, history behind black hair. December 8, 2017.

9) Rezwana Hoque ’15 pursues her dream career under the cloud of DACA uncertainty. January 29, 2018.

10) Chima Egbuzie is eager to tell you a story, including his own. May 7, 2019.

Cataloged By: Selina Sikder / B.J. Perkins