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Clarkson University Student and Graduate Plan to Hike All 46 Adirondack High Peaks for Suicide PreventionWallace H. Coulter School of Engineering NEWS 07-28-2014
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.
Clarkson University Professor of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering Piergiovanni Marzocca spoke in the Netherlands in May on morphing technologies.
Research under way at Clarkson on possible configurations for green aircraft is resulting in designs that look a lot like nothing most people would imagine.
Clarkson's Smart Housing Project is the first of its kind in the nation to take an interdisciplinary look at how technology can change behavior around the daily use of water and power.
A Clarkson researcher is pioneering a new purification process that, if successful, could help millions of people without access to clean water quickly and efficiently purify water to make it safe for drinking and cooking.
Grad student Kinga Stryszowska has been awarded the very first New York State Wetlands Forum Research Grant for her study of freshwater wetlands near Massena, N.Y., along the St. Lawrence River.
Graduate student Amir Enayati was recently awarded third place at the Advanced Energy 2014 conference for a poster presentation outlining his research on power system protection.