Welcome to Clark University Splash

Our next Splash will be on March 31st, 2019!


ESP Biography



ALDEN WELLES, Clark junior, Psych major, History minor




Major: Psychology

College/Employer: Clark

Year of Graduation: 2018

Picture of Alden Welles

Brief Biographical Sketch:

Clark University Senior, Psych major, hoping to enter social work



Past Classes

  (Look at the class archive for more.)


Autism: Fact and Fiction in Splash Spring 2018
1 out of every 100 people in the world is on the autism spectrum, yet many people do not understand all aspects of autism. In this class, we'll cover traits associated with autism, sociocultural aspects of the disorder, and contemporary autism-related activism, as well as a general overview of abnormal psychology. If you're interested in psychology, disorders, or disability rights, then this is the class for you!


Autism: Fact and Fiction in Splash Fall 2017
Are you interested in abnormal psychology, autism spectrum disorders, or the disability rights movement? If you answered yes to any of those questions, then this is the class for you. Autism: Fact and Fiction goes into the psychological and sociocultural aspects of the autism. We will discuss in detail common misconceptions about autism and misrepresentations of the disorder in the media.


Autism: Fact and Fiction in Splash Spring 2017
Are you interested in abnormal psychology, autism spectrum disorders, or the disability rights movement? The class "Autism: Fact and Fiction" explains the characteristics of autism as well as the sociocultural aspects of the disorder. We will discuss in detail common misconceptions about autism, different forms of autism advocacy, and portrayals of the disorder in the media.


Autism: Fact and Fiction in Splash Fall 2016
Are you interested in abnormal psychology, autism spectrum disorders, or the disability rights movement? Autism: Fact and Fiction goes into the traits and sociocultural aspects of the autism. We will discuss in detail common misconceptions about autism and misrepresentations of the disorder in the media.