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Clarkson University Faculty Participate in Teaching Workshop to Make Quantitative Biology More AccessibleSchool of Arts & Sciences NEWS 07-25-2016
Students can often underestimate the amount of math involved in studying biology, so Clarkson University professors are collaborating with other faculty to better prepare them to solve quantitative problems.
TA Boot Camp: Ground-breaking Training for University Teaching Assistants Debuts at Clarkson University
A ground-breaking pilot program, which could be a model for all of higher education, is getting its first test at Clarkson’s Capital Region Campus.
Asst. Prof. of Biology Andrew David will travel to Wales to discuss a relatively new method to marine conservation that can benefit ocean research around the world.
Clarkson's oldest and longest serving active, full-time faculty member, Egon Matijevic, has passed away at the age of 94. He had recently been named the Victor K. LaMer Professor Emeritus for his 59 years of exemplary service to the University.
Siena College has established a relationship with Clarkson in which Siena students can complete their undergraduate education and then proceed directly into Clarkson's Master of Arts in Teaching program.
Alex Rowe '16 said her father taught her to finish everything on her plate as a courtesy to the millions of people in the United states and around the world who go without food. She didn't see this same practice on campus and decided to work with Clarkson and Aramark, Clarkson's dining service, to do something about it.
Clarkson University Professor of Biology Michael Twiss has been named a Fulbright Specialist Roster candidate by the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs (ECA) and the Institute of International Education's Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES).
Tsinghua University in China was looking like a reunion site for Clarkson, thanks to the friendships and scientific collaborations established by Prof. Philip Hopke.
Two doctor of physical therapy students joined practicing physical therapists from around the state in Albany to lobby for healthcare changes with the New York Physical Therapy Association.
A group of first-year Doctor of Physical Therapy students attended the New York Physical Therapy Association Eastern District Annual Spring Symposium.
The results of a new study on physical activity have researchers asking what in the world will it take to get people moving.
Clarkson University Associate Professor of Political Science Stephen Bird has been selected as a Fulbright Research Fellow for fall 2016.
Clarkson University Physical Therapy Students Lead Injury Prevention Workshops for Crane School of Music Musicians
Playing musical instruments can lead performers to suffer from unique aches and pains, so a group of students in Clarkson University's Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program held a series of injury prevention workshops this spring for musicians at SUNY Potsdam's Crane School of Music.
A grant from the Kinney Drugs Foundation has enabled the Clarkson University Physical Therapy Department to purchase state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment.
Five Clarkson faculty members have been honored for their excellence in the classroom and dedication to mentoring students.
Bayard D. Clarkson Distinguished Professor Emeritus Philip Hopke recently delivered the LM Fingerson/TSI Distinguished Lecture at the University of Minnesota.