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Clarkson University employees collected 1,210 non-perishable food items for those in need at their annual holiday and service recognition luncheon.
Financial aid professionals from several northern New York colleges and universities will be present on February 1 to answer questions and assist with the on-line completion of both the Free Application for FAFSA and New York State TAP application.
Clarkson University's Institute for a Sustainable Environment Teams with Biomass Thermal Energy Council
Clarkson University's Institute for a Sustainable Environment has joined the Biomass Thermal Energy Council to promote improved technology for heating.
Clarkson University researchers have developed a strategy to ease one of the headaches of airline travel: boarding the flight.
Silvana Andreescu has been named the Egon Matijevic Chair of Chemistry at Clarkson University.
Longtime Clarkson University employees were recently honored for their service to the University at the annual Holiday and Employee Years of Service Recognition Luncheon for Faculty, Staff and Retirees.
Local university professors will again take to the stage starting February 4 for the "Science Cafe."
Rifat Emrah Ozel recently presented his nanoparticle research on an international stage.
When Northern New York businesses need scientific solutions to real-world problems, they turn to Clarkson University Senior Chemistry Professor Richard Partch.
Clarkson University's Physician Assistant Program will host a Teddy Bear Toss during the Clarkson men's hockey game against Union College on Saturday, February 1, to benefit child patients at local hospitals.
Military Advanced Education has selected Clarkson University as a top military-friendly school in its 2014 Guide to Military-Friendly Colleges & Universities.
Dr. Mae C. Jemison, the first African American woman to travel in space, will speak at Clarkson University on Monday, February 17, at 7 p.m. in Cheel Arena.
Clarkson University will commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day with an African Heritage Appreciation celebration on Monday, January 20, from 5-9 p.m. in the Student Center
"When the Nose Knows Not ..." will be presented by St. Lawrence University Biology Professor David Hornung at the next Science Cafe on February 4 in Canton and February 5 in Potsdam.
Wastewater treatment lagoons have the potential to serve as a local energy source, according to a Clarkson University research.
Clarkson University Professor Pier Marzocca has contributed to four of the 11 volumes of the new 7,000-page Encyclopedia of Thermal Stresses.
AAUW-St. Lawrence County has honored Clarkson University's Ruth Baltus with the Agent of Change Award.
Clarkson University Distinguished Research Professor of Engineering Liya Regel recently participated in two historical events in Washington, D.C.
As USA Luge competes in Sochi, Clarkson University researchers are improving the sled for use in the next Winter Olympic Games.
With his personal interest in the economics of sports and his education in business, topped off by his Slovenian heritage, Clarkson University School of Business Instructor Gasper Sekelj is the perfect choice to share his perspective on the impact of the Sochi Olympics.
Clarkson researchers have developed a new way to personalize medicine, according to a report by the Royal Society of Chemistry. The enzymatic logic system devised by Prof. Evgeny Katz could be used for releasing drugs into the body.
Clarkson has received a $25,000 grant from the J.M. McDonald Foundation to support laboratory upgrades in the Department of Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering.
With billions of people around the world still relying on three-stone fires for cooking, the challenge and solution are intertwined in the same situation, and Prof. Philip Hopke is heading to Nairobi to weigh in on the side of a scientific solution.
Clarkson University researchers have converted several suites in its Woodstock Village apartments into "smart housing" that will provide real-time data on their energy usage.
Clarkson will host a premiere screening of the WPBS-TV production "Building North Country Innovation" on Monday, February 24, at 4 p.m. in the Student Center.
Clarkson senior Daniel Galy has received a $2,000 Power and Energy Society Scholarship from the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
Clarkson has been awarded nearly $450,000 from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) to research high-efficiency, low-emission wood-fired heating equipment.
Clarkson University School of Business Professor Farzad Mahmoodi, the Joel Goldschein '57 Endowed Chair in Supply Chain Management and director of the University's nationally ranked supply chain management program, has been recognized by the International Journal of Production Research as one of its most prolific individual researchers
Sometimes a small device can make the biggest impact, so senior Lauren Magin has focused her efforts on a hand-powered sustainable device that can be used in developing nations to quickly heat up water and kill bacteria.
Liya Regel Supports New Horizons in Engineering Distinguished Lectureship Series at Clarkson University
Distinguished Research Professor of Engineering Liya L. Regel has provided a generous gift to augment the New Horizons in Engineering Distinguished Lectureship Series, which she created in 2010.
Communication & Media Professor Johndan Johnson-Eilola has earned a Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) Technical and Scientific Communication Award.
Filmmaker and ecologist John D. Liu will present his talk "Choosing the Pathway to Sustainability: Ecological Restoration" at Clarkson University, St. Lawrence University and Paul Smith's College in March.
Sticks and Stones... How Bullying Affects Physical Health will be presented by Assistant Professor of Psychology Jennifer Knack at the next Science Cafe on Tuesday, March 4, in Canton, and on Wednesday, March 5, in Potsdam.
Sulapha Peethamparan has been granted tenure and promoted from assistant professor to associate professor of civil & environmental engineering in the Wallace H. Coulter School of Engineering.
Stephen T. Casper has been granted tenure and promoted from assistant professor to associate professor of history in the School of Arts & Sciences.
Stephen J. Sauer has been granted tenure and promoted from assistant professor to associate professor of consumer & organizational behavior in the School of Business.
Clarkson University officials will be in the Placer County, Calif., region this week to introduce area professionals to new graduate programs options and to advance an emerging technology education partnership with Sierra College undergraduates.
Timothy Fanelli recently received his Master IT Specialist certification through the OpenGroup CITS program.
Associate Professor of Mathematics & Computer Science Kathleen Fowler has co-written a guide that will encourage math students and their teachers.
Some Clarkson students are choosing to help Habitat for Humanity through its Collegiate Challenge program, rather than celebrate during spring break at a vacation hot spot.
Clarkson Assistant Professor of Political Science Stephen Bird will travel to Belgium to advise the European Commission on policy solutions regarding the Split Incentive Problem.
Clarkson University Environmental Engineering Programs Rank Highly in U.S. News Best Graduate Schools
Clarkson University's graduate environmental engineering programs were again ranked highly in the latest edition of Best Graduate Schools by U.S. News Media Group.
"What’s the Value of a Human Life?" will be presented by Clarkson University Economics & Financial Studies Associate Professor Mark Frascatore at the next Science Café on Tuesday, March 25, in Canton, and on Wednesday, March 26, in Potsdam.
Clarkson University-Sponsored FIRST Robotics Competition Team Wins at the Inaugural NY Tech Valley Regional
Clarkson University's FIRST Robotics Competition Team 229, Division By Zero, won the inaugural New York Tech Valley Regional held March 13-15, its sixth regional FRC win since 1998.
Biology Professor Michael Twiss has been appointed as a member of the Great Lakes Science Advisory Board's Research Coordination Committee.
Clarkson University and St. Lawrence University students are getting together to tackle questions of war and peace at a conference on March 28.
"Cold Plasmas: A Hot New Technology!" will be presented by Clarkson University Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Selma Mededovic-Thagard at the next Science Cafe on April 8 in Canton and on April 9 in Potsdam.
Dana Barry, senior technical writer and editor at Clarkson University's Center for Advanced Materials Processing, delivered the welcoming address for an awards ceremony held in conjunction with the Ninth International Conference of the Institute for the Development of Social Responsibility.
Clarkson University students brought home first place awards in this year's Free Enterprise Marathon held recently at SUNY Plattsburgh.
The opportunity to explore a powerful virtual lab for teaching and research doesn't come along every day, so Asst. Prof. Yaoqing Liu was delighted to attend the 19th Global Environment for Network Innovations (GENI) Engineering Conference.
Former U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu and Bridges to Prosperity CEO Avery Bang will be awarded honorary degrees at Clarkson's 121st commencement on May 10.
Another Clarkson University honors student has been awarded a prestigious Goldwater Scholarship and two other Clarkson students have received honorable mentions.
Entrepreneurship comes naturally to Clarkson students Dan Briere and Evan Jennings, who created a successful backpack company that showcases their business sense, marketing savvy and compassion.
Clarkson University teams came home with four first-place, four second-place, and two third-place awards at Saturday's North Country Regional Business Plan Competition, competing against five other universities and colleges.
Clarkson University's commitment to revitalize its downtown campus has entered into its next phase as the University has accepted a proposal from Omni Housing Development and Sequence Development to redevelop the Congdon Hall and Downtown Snell Hall buildings.
Mitchell Thomashow, director of the Second Nature Presidential Fellows Program, will deliver a presentation titled "The Nine Elements of a Sustainable Campus" on Thursday, April 17, at 7 p.m. in the Student Center Forum.
The Bioengineering of Gender and the Prozac Nation will be presented by St. Lawrence University Philosophy Professor Jennifer Hansen at the next Science Cafe on Tuesday, April 22, in Canton, N.Y., and on Wednesday, April 23, in Potsdam, N.Y.
Clarkson University Ph.D. student Katie L. Poetz has been awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) East Asia and Pacific Summer Institute fellowship for this summer.
Clarkson University has been awarded nearly $500,000 by the U.S. Department of Agriculture through the Agriculture and Food Research Initiative to expand its clean energy work by continuing development of anaerobic digesters for North Country farms.
Clarkson University its Humanities & Social Sciences Undergraduate Research Conference on Friday, April 18, showcasing the creative, critical, and analytical work of students from across the University, as well as from SUNY Potsdam and St. Lawrence University.
Senior Andrea Westervelt knows just what she wants to do, and now that she has been awarded a prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, she has the means to do it.
Jan DeWaters, an instructor in the Wallace H. Coulter School of Engineering, has been selected to receive the Women in Engineering Division of the American Society for Engineering.
The New York State Library has awarded an Anna K. and Mary E. Cunningham Research Residency to Professor of Communication & Media Stephen Farina
Clarkson has become a signatory of the American College & University Presidents' Climate Commitment.
Princeton Review: Clarkson University One of Most Environmentally Responsible Colleges in U.S. and Canada
Clarkson is one of the most environmentally responsible colleges in the United States and Canada, according to The Princeton Review.
Associate Professor of Chemistry & Biomolecular Science Artem Melman has been awarded a $50,000 NSF grant to bring his bio-tech research from the lab to commercialization.
The Bicknell Corporation has made a generous gift to support the Clarkson Fund at Clarkson University.
A team headed by Prof. Evgeny Katz is researching a method of analyzing biochemical information that will quickly provide the facts necessary to make crucial decisions, particularly in military or medical emergencies.
The Clarkson University Chem-E Car team recently placed fourth at the AIChE Northeast Student Regional Conference, earning them a spot in the national competition.
Clarkson senior Eleanor Vane will be able to pursue her research in any lab she chooses, courtesy of a prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.
Women's Ice Hockey Co-head Coach Shannon Desrosiers is transitioning out of the coaching ranks in order to devote more of her time to a growing family.
Seven Clarkson University teams took home prizes at the fifth annual New York State Business Plan Competition.
Clarkson University's Dietrich Diehl Wins Sigma Nu Tau National Student Entrepreneur-of-the-Year Award
Dietrich Diehl has won first place in the Sigma Nu Tau National Student Entrepreneur-of-the-Year Awards for his business OrdrIt LLC, a venture that provides a mobile ordering system and in-seat promotions.
Clarkson University Assistant Professor of Digital Arts Alex Lee is currently featured in a group exhibition at Eyebeam Art + Technology Center in New York City.
Michael Lee is one of 125 students to receive a summer scholars award to the NASA Langley Aerospace Research Summer Scholars Project.
A sea change regarding education is on the horizon, and it's one that Peter Turner, dean of the School of Arts & Sciences, will welcome. Turner is prominent nationally for promoting STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education.
Two student teams received awards at the New York State Pollution Prevention Institute's (NYSP2I) R&D student competition.
Clarkson Trustee Carl B. Mack Hon. '10 and alumnus William A. Wallace '64 have been named Top-25 Newsmakers by Engineering News-Record (ENR).
Four teachers nominated by Clarkson University seniors will be honored as the 2014 Clarkson University Inspirational High School Educators.
More than 700 Clarkson University students will be granted bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees at commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 10, at 2:30 p.m. in the Cheel Arena.
Chemistry doctoral student Shay Mailloux won the Best Graduate Poster Award at the fifth annual Undergraduate and Graduate Chemistry & Biology Research Symposium.
President Barack Obama to Nominate Clarkson President Tony Collins to Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation Advisory Board
President Barack Obama announced his intention to nominate Clarkson University President Anthony G. Collins to serve as a member of the Advisory Board of the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation.
Honorary degree candidates Bridges to Prosperity CEO Avery Bang (left) and Former U.S. Secretary of Energy Steven Chu will speak in the Student Center on Friday, May 9.Introduction
Senior biomolecular science major Katherine M. Beglinger has received the prestigious Floyd and Mary Schwall Fellowship in Medical Research from the University of California, Davis.
Clarkson University Students Honored at Statewide Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program Conference
Three CUPO (Community of Underrepresented Professional Opportunities) students recently received awards at the statewide Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) Student Conference: Journeys Beyond Excellence.
Stacey Zeigler has been promoted to full clinical professor of physical therapy in the School of Arts & Sciences.
Joseph Skufca has been promoted to full professor of mathematics & computer science in the School of Arts & Sciences.
Pier Marzocca has been promoted to full professor of mechanical & aeronautical engineering in the Wallace H. Coulter School of Engineering.
Tom Langen has been promoted to full professor of biology in the School of Arts & Sciences.
Mark Frascatore has been promoted to full professor of economics and financial studies in the School of Business
Andrea Ferro has been promoted to full professor of civil & environmental engineering in the Wallace H. Coulter School of Engineering.
Ming-Cheng Cheng has been promoted to full professor of electrical & computer engineering in the Wallace H. Coulter School of Engineering.
Clarkson has added another Unmanned Aerial Vehicle to its Unmanned Aerial Systems research team. The Golden Eagle II will begin its life as a research-advancing aircraft this summer.
The Design/Build/Fly Team recently returned from competition.
Clarkson University Honors Edward Reinfurt with Highest Community Service Honor: Bertrand H. Snell Award
Clarkson's highest community service honor, the Bertrand H. Snell Award, has been bestowed upon Edward Reinfurt, the former executive director of NYSTAR of the New York Foundation for Science, Technology, and Innovation.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics Adom Giffin was asked to collaborate on a four-month project for the Cyber Fast Track Program sponsored by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).
Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Robert J. Schilling was named professor emeritus at Clarkson University's 121st Commencement. Schilling was honored for 36 years of exemplary service to the University.
Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science James F. Lynch was named professor emeritus at Clarkson University's 121st Commencement. Lynch was honored for 37 years of exemplary service to the University.
Associate Professor of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering Sandra Harris was named professor emerita at Clarkson University's 121st Commencement. Harris was honored for 36 years of exemplary service to the University.
Graduating senior Nicholas F. Marshall of Huntington, Vt., received the Levinus Clarkson Award during Clarkson University's 121st commencement ceremony.
Stephen T. Casper, an associate professor of history in Clarkson University's School of Arts & Sciences, was awarded the John W. Graham Jr. Faculty Research Award during the University's 121st commencement ceremony.
Brian T. Helenbrook, a professor of mechanical and aeronautical engineering in Clarkson University's Wallace H. Coulter School of Engineering, was awarded the Distinguished Teaching Award during the University's 121st commencement ceremony.
Graduating senior Pinguang Yang of Brooklyn, N.Y. received the Frederica Clarkson Award during Clarkson University's 121st commencement ceremony.
Former U.S. Secretary of Energy and Nobel Laureate Steven Chu received an honorary doctor of science degree at Clarkson University's 121st Commencement.
Bridges to Prosperity CEO Avery Bang received an honorary doctor of science degree at Clarkson University's 121st Commencement.
More than 700 Clarkson University students from 29 states, 34 countries and 58 New York state counties were granted bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees at the 121st commencement.
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.
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.
Clarkson's physical therapy students received the Volunteers of the Year award for their assistance at the Special Olympics New York North Country Region Annual Summer Games.
Prof. Philip Hopke is sharing his knowledge on managing air quality with Canadian colleagues at York University in Toronto, where he presented the 2014 Morris Katz Lecture in Environmental Research.
School of Business Professor Santosh Mahapatra has a reputation for tackling tough operational challenges. His pioneering research in logistics provides solutions to tough problems across the globe.
Over the last decade, the subject of bullying has become a topic of academic interest, as scientists and social scientists delve into the psychological and physiological effects for both the bullied and the bully.
The global engagement of the Clarkson University School of Business faculty through international research and teaching has multiple impacts -- all of them positive.
Environmental advocates push for regulation. Industry responds with caution, concerned about associated costs, while the public chooses sides. But research by Associate Professor of Economics Martin Heintzelman promises to diffuse some of that tension.
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.
A three-stone fire is the traditional way of heating food and water, but it also poses risks and other problems. Users can be burned or scalded. Smoke can't be controlled. The fires are inefficient and waste a lot of fuel. Clarkson's Phil Hoke explains why this matters now.
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.
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.
Four teachers, all nominated by Clarkson University seniors, have been honored as Clarkson University Inspirational High School Educators.
The Army ROTC Golden Knight Battalion at Clarkson University commissioned eight cadets into the U.S. Army at the annual spring commissioning.
Clarkson University Research Assistant Professor Alisa G. Woods of the Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Science will discuss her work at the ICare4Autism International Autism Conference.
Four students from Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps Detachment 536 at Clarkson were recognized during the annual commissioning ceremony at Cheel Arena.
Clarkson University student Jenna Boss '15 sees a big problem in fashion marketing. The models are digitally slimmed down in images that are touched up.
Evgeny Katz, the Milton Kerker Chaired Professor in the Department of Chemistry & Biomolecular Science, has been awarded Clarkson's Lifetime Research Achievement Award.
Assistant Professor of Political Science Stephen Bird is co-editor of a book that examines social activist Howard Zinn's amazing legacy.
Clarkson University B-School Dean Speaks Before Hong Kong Educators & Offers Leadership Ideas for Service-based Economies
Business School Dean Dayle Smith spoke before Hong Kong educators and discussed connecting the service leadership model to global leadership roles and responsibilities.
President Tony Collins will deliver the keynote address at the Hoosac School Prize Day and Commencement on Saturday, June 7, in Hoosick Falls, N.Y.
For the second consecutive year, the Clarkson Inn has received the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence award.
Clarkson grad student Armand Gatien Ngounou Wetie has won an Eastern Analytical Symposium Graduate Student Research Award for his study of autism spectrum disorders.
The shoreline of Stradbrook Island off the coast of Brisbane, Australia, is cleaner now thanks to 16 Clarkson University global business studies students.
Clarkson's hometown radio station, B99.3 FM WSNN and 1470 AM WPDM, will broadcast live Golden Knights Hockey this season.
Clarkson University Business School Professor Studies Humanitarian Group's Approach to Disaster Relief
Associate Professor of Operations & Information Systems Santosh Mahapatra is studying a humanitarian organization's approach to disaster relief.
Three Clarkson University professors are preparing to lead classes and conduct research in South Africa, Romania, and Slovenia this fall as recipients of prestigious Fulbright Scholar Awards.
Four Clarkson undergraduate students recently were honored for chemistry and biomolecular science presentations.
Clarkson University Professors' Research on Growing Spinal Discs Published in Prestigious Stem Cell Journal
Two professors made Clarkson history when their research on stem cells was published in a prestigious journal from Cell Press.
The START-UP NY Approval Board has unanimously approved Clarkson University's plan for a Start-Up NY designation.
"Voice of NASA's Mission to Mars" Steven Squyres to Speak at Clarkson University Alumni Reunion July 12
Researcher, astronomer and "voice of NASA's mission to Mars" Steven Squyres will speak at Clarkson as this year's Alumni Association Reunion Keynote Speaker.
Clarkson University Professor of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering Piergiovanni Marzocca spoke in the Netherlands in May on morphing technologies.
Prof. Evgeny Katz was invited to be the plenary speaker at the Electrochemical Society (ECS) Student Chapter Symposium at McGill University in Montreal.
A desire to help pets and pet owners has inspired Clarkson student Bryce Bandish '15 to turn a childhood invention into a new company.
Prof. Philip Hopke has been awarded the 2014 Chemometrics in Analytical Chemistry Chemometrics Lifetime Achievement Award.
Artem Melman, associate professor of chemistry & biomolecular science in the School of Arts & Sciences, has been granted tenure.
Thomas J. Burns, president and chief executive officer of ENSCO Inc., has been elected to the Clarkson University board of trustees.
Karel K. Czanderna '77, president, chief executive officer and director of Flexsteel Industries, Inc., has been elected to the Clarkson University Board of Trustees.
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.
Kathryn Goldberg Receives Clarkson University Physical Therapy Scholarship in Memory of Melissa Walsh
The 2014 Melissa A. Walsh '03 '05 Memorial Endowed Scholarship has been awarded to second-year doctor of physical therapy student Kathryn Goldberg.
Clarkson students teamed up this spring to clear land behind the Potsdam Humane Society to make way for a new dog park.
Dana Barry, senior technical writer and editor at Clarkson's Center for Advanced Materials Processing, has won her 19th consecutive APEX Award for Publication Excellence.
S.N. Nyeck, assistant professor of political science, will deliver the Exploring Transfer summer commencement address at Vassar College on July 25.
Thomas F. Basso '74, Louis A. Dindo, '54 Ann Marie Lubert '89, and John Munter '62 have all been honored with the Golden Knight Award by their alma mater, Clarkson University.
Clarkson University Associate Professor Leslie Russek recently received the Dr. Marilyn Moffat Distinguished Service Award for her contributions to physical therapy education and research.
Jason R. Currie '94, Daegan A. Gonyer '09, Michael Sarafin '94, and Allison Piper Wall '94, have all received the Woodstock Award from their alma mater, Clarkson University.
Clarkson's Shipley Center for Innovation has pinpointed several of the locations to display the shingle for the new Innovation Hot Spot Program in Ogdensburg, Massena, Plattsburgh, Watertown, and Saranac Lake.
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.
The charter class of Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies has received a 100% pass rate on their Physician Assistant National Certification Exam
Clarkson will host its third annual Veterans Appreciation Day on August 9 continuing its long-running commitment to veterans.
Forbes magazine ranks Clarkson University in its top-50 list of "America's most entrepreneurial universities."
Clarkson University Trustee & Provost Review Department of Defense Grad Programs on National Committee
Clarkson Trustee Thomas J. Burns and Provost Chuck Thorpe recently served on a National Research Council committee, which reviewed STEM and management graduate study programs in the Department of Defense.
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 has again been named one of the country's best institutions for undergraduate education, according to the Princeton Review.
Clarkson University's S.N. Nyeck to Deliver Lectures in U.S. Virgin Islands on Government Outsourcing in Africa
S.N. Nyeck, assistant professor of political science, will deliver two lectures in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, on government outsourcing in Africa.
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.
Governor Cuomo recently signed legislation that will allow Clarkson to construct a new boathouse for its Crew Club Team on the Raquette River in the Village of Norwood, benefiting the village, the North Country region and the team.
Thirty-five undergrads are pursuing discovery-based innovations as CUPO (Community of Underrepresented Professional Opportunities) Summer Scholars at Clarkson.
Clarkson President Tony Collins has announced that the University is signing on to the "8 Keys to Veterans' Success," a voluntary initiative of the U.S. Department of Education. Collins made the announcement as the University hosted its third annual Veterans Appreciation Day.
Clarkson University Delivers 14th Global Supply Chain Management Executive Seminar to Corporate Professionals
Clarkson University's nationally ranked Global Supply Chain Management (GSCM) program presented its 14th annual Executive Seminar, delivering state-of-the-art education to corporate professionals.
Writer and actor Herman Koch will deliver the Van Sickle Endowed Lecture as Clarkson celebrates the start of the academic year with a convocation on Sunday, August 24, at 7 p.m. in Cheel.
Clarkson University Assistant Professor Maria Gracheva Receives CAREER Award from National Science Foundation
Assistant Professor Maria Gracheva, Clarkson University Department of Physics, has received a CAREER award from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to perform research on computational models of solid-state devices for biomolecular sensing and detection.
Clarkson University Clinical Assistant Professor Rebecca Martin received her American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists neurology specialist certification in June.
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.
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.
New York State Senator Joseph A. Griffo recently visited Clarkson University to tour the most recent step in Clarkson's evolution of its Downtown Campus -- major renovations to the historic Old Main building.
Asst. Prof. of Political Science S.N. Nyeck has been invited to speak at a pan-African consultative meeting on Human Sexuality, Religion and Equality in Durban, South Africa.
A feature-length film drama by two Clarkson professors, titled Nontraditional, will receive distribution after playing at festivals this spring.
Largest Ice Bucket Challenge Yet From Clarkson University Freshman Class After Challenge By President
More than 700 freshmen took part in the largest ALS Ice Bucket Challenge yet, after being challenged by President Tony Collins.
Asst. Prof. of Political Science Christina Xydias has been awarded an American Political Science Association research grant to support her project "Gender and Generations: the Distributional Consequences of Contestation Over Women's Interests."
School of Business Prof. Larry Compeau has been an expert witness and consultant in consumer pricing cases for nearly a quarter of a century.
David Reh '62 and his wife, Sue, have continued their generous support of Clarkson by providing a generous gift to name the "Reh Family Endowed Professorship in Entrepreneurial Leadership at Clarkson University."
John and Sondra Castle have donated to Clarkson two antique shovels and a drill that once belonged to Emilie Clarkson Moore, the niece of Thomas S. Clarkson, for whom the University is named.
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.
Qualcomm Incorporated has awarded Clarkson University a $15,000 grant to purchase a commercial grade 3D printer.