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- Wallace H. Coulter School of Engineering NEWS 09-08-2014
The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust has granted $4.4 million to a consortium of 12 institutions of higher education to develop and promote teaching practices that help undergraduate engineering students reflect on their experiences.
An integrated design team from the Department of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering at Clarkson University has been selected as a finalist in the 2014 American Society of Mechanical Engineers Undergraduate Design Project Competition in Rehabilitation and Assistive Devices.
Qualcomm Incorporated has awarded Clarkson University a $15,000 grant to purchase a commercial grade 3D printer.
Clarkson will present a webinar on “Blade Testing and Certification: First Steps Toward Reliable Products” on September 16, aimed at wind turbine manufacturers, industry and academic researchers, business executives, government policy makers, wind turbine project developers and stakeholders, insurance companies, and investors.
Aditi Upadhyay '14 of Birgunj, Nepal, recently received the IEEE PES Student Prize Paper Award in Honor of T. Burke Hayes for her paper on the quantification of stochastic wind power ramp.
Duke University Professor Earl Dowell to Speak at Clarkson University on Future of Engineering Education
Duke University Prof. Earl H. Dowell will speak about "The Future of Engineering Education" on Sept. 5 as the 10th lecturer in Clarkson's New Horizons in Engineering Distinguished Lectureship series.
National Grid is partnering with Clarkson to help add resiliency and efficiency to New York's electricity grid by designing an underground microgrid in Potsdam.
The Peace Corps has announced a new Master’s International partnership with Clarkson. It will offer students the opportunity to integrate Peace Corps service with a choice of master's degrees in civil engineering, and environmental science and engineering.
Clarkson University Student and Graduate Plan to Hike All 46 Adirondack High Peaks for Suicide Prevention
Kolby Ziemendorf '14, of Penfield, N.Y., and Catherine Zarnofsky '14, of Glenville, N.Y., plan to hike all 46 high peaks of New York's Adirondack mountains later this summer to represent the challenges of conquering depression and suicide.
Thomas L. Kassouf, senior vice president of Snap-on Inc. and president of Snap-on Tools Group, has been elected to the Clarkson University board of trustees.