Dr. Landon Clark
Assistant Professor, Coordinator
Human Development and Leadership Program
Dr. Landon Clark is a native of Benton, KY, and has earned degrees from Freed-Hardeman University (B.A. in History), Geneva College (M.A. in Higher Education), and Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College (Ed.D. in Higher Education Leadership and Policy). Professionally, Dr. Clark has served in various areas of student affairs and institutional research. Since coming to Murray State University in 2014, Dr. Clark has taught various courses for the Human Development and Leadership (HDL) program, with a primary focus on ethical issues, social intelligence, and leadership development. Outside of teaching, Dr. Clark enjoys spending time with family, reading, playing guitar, cooking, and various outdoor activities.