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Dr. Clark received his bachelor’s degree in agriculture and his master’s degree in animal husbandry from the University of Missouri-Columbia. He received his Ph.D. in endocrinology-reproductive physiology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. After graduation, he completed a National Institutes of Health Post-doctoral Research Fellowship at the Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center in Madison.
Before coming to WTAMU, Dr. Clark was an associate professor of reproductive physiology in the department of animal science and food technology at Texas Tech University. In 1992, Dr. Clark accepted the position of professor of animal science and head of the Division of Agriculture at WTAMU. Dr. Clark served as dean of the College of Agriculture, Science and Engineering from 1997 until retiring in December 2010. From 2001 until his retirement, he served as assistant vice chancellor for Agriculture and Life Sciences of The Texas A&M University System and chair of the Council of Agricultural Administrators.
In 2012, Dr. Clark was named "Professor and Dean Emeritus of Animal Science" for his 18 years of service as Head of Agricultural Sciences (5 years) and Dean of the College of Agriculture, Science and Engineering (13 years).
Dr. Clark’s research interests include ovarian folliculogenesis, puberty, post-partum reproductive function, in vitro maturation and fertilization of oocytes, embryo culture and development, and artificial insemination in domestic livestock. He has chaired 12 M.S. and 4 Ph.D. student committees and has served on an additional 32 M.S. and 12 Ph.D. student committees. Dr. Clark has authored or co-authored more than 150 journal articles, book chapters, technical reports, study guides, and abstracts and made over 100 presentations to livestock, academic and agricultural groups.