29 Massachusetts students who shine
Marck-Arthur Clerveau, 21
School: University of Massachusetts Lowell
Degree: Electrical engineering
Clerveau has been among UMass Lowell's most active student leaders. He was a resident adviser, president of the Association of Students of Black Origin, ad manager for the campus newspaper, and a member of the National Society of Black Engineers, among other activities. His studies have focused on green energy and power electronics. He has been accepted into the school's business program and plans to pursue a master's degree in innovation and technological entrepreneurship.