Contact InformationF. Clark Power
Director, Play Like a Champion Today; Professor
107 Carole Sandner Hall
Department/affiliationProgram of Liberal Studies; Psychology
Ed.D. Harvard University, School of Education, Human Development
M.A. Washington Theological Union, Systematic Theology
B.A. Villanova University, Philosophy
Moral development and education; Religious development and education; Political education; Character education and sports; Democratic education
Kuhmerker Award in Moral Education
Reinhold Niebuhr Award, Notre Dame
Rodney Ganey Award, Community Research
F. Clark Power is a Professor in the Program of Liberal Studies, a Concurrent Professor in the Department of Psychology, Director of the Play Like A Champion Program, and a member of the graduate faculty of Teacher and Leadership Education Programs. He received his Ed.D. in Human Development from Harvard University and his M.A. in Systematic Theology from the Washington Theological Union.
He is a past President of the Association for Moral Education and a recipient of the Kuhmerker Award for his contributions to the field of moral education. His publications focus on moral development and education, civic engagement, and sports psychology. He is a co-author of The Measurement of Moral Judgment, Vol. II: Standard Issue Scoring Manual and a co-editor of Lawrence Kohlberg’s Approach to Moral Education; Self, Ego and Identity: Integrative Approaches; The Challenge of Pluralism: Education, Politics and Values; Character Psychology and Education; and The Handbook of Moral Education.