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Alumnus David Zarneke '91 plays broomball for the team that took the Men's Class D Broomball Championship in 2012 and is the subject of the documentary film "The Nomadic Who?".
Susan Cutler has been named the Employee of the Month for January at Clarkson University.
Science Cafes bring together local university and college professors and townspeople in relaxed, informal settings, such as coffeehouses and pubs. The speaker makes a short presentation about a topic in his or her field, and then opens up the floor to discussion.
Clarkson's School of Business offers both a master of business administration (MBA) and a master of science in engineering management degree online.
Director of Healthcare Management John Huppertz will speak on "Importance of Consumer Marketing in the $2.8 Trillion US Healthcare Market" at the New York Capital Region chapter of the American Marketing Association luncheon on Jan. 19.
The North Country is invited to join students and alumni for a weekend of hockey, outdoor ice skating, ice cream sundaes, hot chocolate, dog sled rides and more.
Air Force ROTC has named Clarkson University's Heather Bradley the 2016 University Employee of the Year for the AFROTC Northeast Region. She won the same award in 2012.
Susan Bailey has been appointed assistant professor of biology.
Clarkson University has joined more than 170 colleges and universities to urge President-elect Donald Trump and incoming congressional representatives to accelerate progress toward a clean energy future.
Asst. Prof. of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering Zijie Yan has been awarded $1 million by the W. M. Keck Foundation to pursue cutting-edge research in nanoscience.
Distinguished Service Prof. Spencer Thew has been selected to represent the U.S. at the 2017 IFSS Sleddog World Championship.
VP for External Relations Kelly Chezum is a member of the New York State delegation traveling to Almaty, Kazakhstan, in early February for the Universiade Winter games organized by FISU.
The Clarkson School, Clarkson University's early college program, is once again proud to offer the $60,000 -- or $15,000 per year -- Clarkson School Scholars Award.
Clarkson University's Physician Assistant Studies Program is hosting its fourth annual Teddy Bear Toss on Saturday, Jan. 28, to benefit child patients at local hospitals.
Fifty-three percent of Clarkson University students who come from families in the bottom fifth of incomes moved to the top 20 percent of incomes as adults, according to a new study published by the New York Times.
Sullivan Appointed Clinical Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant Studies at Clarkson University
Karyn Sullivan has been appointed clinical assistant professor of physician assistant studies.
By expanding TAP, lawmakers would ensure that New York families continue to have a choice in where they attend college and would foster access to the diversity and high academic standards of all of New York's colleges and universities -- both public and private.
Clarkson University Dean of the School of Business Dayle M. Smith introduced a new way of looking at entrepreneurship and social enterprise during her visit to Guangzhou, China, last month.
A team of Clarkson University researchers have designed a new material that uses light to capture carbon dioxide from exhaust gasses in the atmosphere.
Clarkson University Offers New Professional Development Seminars in Construction Engineering Management
New to Clarkson University this spring is a series of professional development seminars in Construction Engineering Management featuring topics related to the construction industry in the U.S. and North America.
The National Council of University Research Administrators Board of Directors has appointed Clarkson University Director of Research & Technology Transfer Gregory Slack to its Nominating and Leadership Development Committee.
Shipley Center for Innovation Director of Educational Partnerships Mary Margaret Small was recognized for her leadership in the Empire State STEM Learning Network.
'SCREAM, <cough>, whisper, <burp!>: The Science of Human Sound Production' at Next Clarkson University Science Cafe
"SCREAM, <cough>, whisper, <burp!>: The Science of Human Sound Production" will be presented by Clarkson University Assistant Professor of Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering Byron Erath at the next Science Cafe.
Alpha Kappa Psi, a business fraternity at Clarkson University, collected 32 coats for North Country children as a part of their annual outreach effort.
A new high-energy, high-power battery that is both inexpensive and green has been created, thanks to Clarkson University Professor / GE Chair in Oil and Gas Systems David Mitlin.
Clarkson University Assistant Professor of Chemistry & Biomolecular Science He Dong has received a CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Tami C. Bond, the Nathan M. Newmark Distinguished Professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a MacArthur Fellowship recipient, will deliver the second annual Hopke Distinguished Lecture on Friday, Feb. 10, at Clarkson University.
Renee Holsen has been named the Employee of the Month for February at Clarkson University.
Clarkson University Professor / GE Chair in Oil and Gas Systems David Mitlin has been named an associate editor for Sustainable Energy & Fuels, a new journal by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
Two Clarkson University chemistry Ph.D. students attended an American Society for Mass Spectrometry conference on peptidomics in January.
The American Water Works Association will honor Clarkson University Professor James K. Edzwald, chair of civil & environmental engineering, with the 2017 Abel Wolman Award of Excellence at the annual conference in June in Philadelphia, Pa.
Clarkson University Professor and Egon Matijevic Chair of Chemistry Silvana Andreescu received a grant from the Romanian National Science Foundation (The Executive Agency for Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation, UEFISCDI) to visit and develop collaborative research and educational programs with faculty and researchers at the University of Bucharest, Romania, this winter.
Clarkson University Profs Receive NSF Grant to Study Treatment of Toxic Chemical Found in Drinking Water in New York and Other States
The National Science Foundation has awarded a grant to Clarkson University professors for their research on electrical plasma treatment of per- and polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFASs).
Clarkson University Professor Charles Robinson was recently elected to a three-year term on the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Association (ALSA) board of trustees.
The Kinney Drugs Foundation has awarded Clarkson a second $5,000 grant for equipment to benefit the Physical Therapy Department Community Wellness Program.
Entrepreneurs Invited to Apply for North Country Regional Business Plan Competition at Clarkson University on April 7
Entrepreneurial college students, high school students, and transitioning veterans are invited to apply to present at the annual North Country Regional Business Plan Competition at Clarkson University on Friday, April 7.
Clarkson University will host the second annual Facility Management Technology Workshop on March 23 and 24 at its Capital Region Campus in Schenectady, N.Y.
"Epibiosis: The Tough World of Marine Invaders" will be presented by St. Lawrence University Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology Linda Auker at the next Clarkson University Science Cafe.
Bebonchu Atems has been granted tenure and promoted from assistant professor to associate professor of economics & financial studies in the School of Business.
Jennifer Knack has been granted tenure and promoted from assistant professor to associate professor of psychology in the School of Arts & Sciences.
Damien Samways has been granted tenure and promoted from assistant professor to associate professor of biology in the School of Arts & Sciences.
Philip Yuya has been granted tenure and promoted from assistant professor to associate professor of mechanical & aeronautical engineering in the Wallace H. Coulter School of Engineering.
Weiming Wu, a full professor of civil & environmental engineering in the Wallace H. Coulter School of Engineering, has been granted tenure.
Research by Assoc. Prof. of Physical Therapy George Fulk and his colleagues is pointing the way to recovery for people who are relearning how to walk.
Asst. Prof. of Biology Andrew David created a student-centered course that shows a glimpse of the future of biology education.
Clarkson, the New York Power Authority, St. Lawrence Country Industrial Development Agency and the Small Business Development Center at SUNY Canton will co-sponsor a St. Lawrence County Business Resource Mixer on March 2.
Prof. of Mathematics Kathleen Kavanagh has been selected to represent the American Mathematical Society by presenting her research on modeling and optimization for sustainable agriculture on Capitol Hill in May.
Clarkson University Associate Professor of Communication & Media Jason Schmitt has received a grant from the Open Society Foundation in Budapest, Hungary, to produce and direct a documentary on open access, "Paywall: The Business of Scholarship."
Clarkson University Assistant Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering Jie Li has received a CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Hack Potsdam invites students, faculty and alumni to come together to share ideas, build projects and work collaboratively as a team. It is hosted by the Clarkson Open Source Institute (COSI) and SUNY Potsdam's Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
The Potsdam Chamber of Commerce has elected Clarkson University Associate Director of News & Digital Content Services Annie Harrison to its board of directors.
Eight Army ROTC cadets have been chosen by a national board to participate in highly competitive and prestigious summer internship programs.
Clarkson University Prof to Present Research on Women in Conservative Political Parties at International Conferences
Clarkson University Assistant Professor of Political Science Christina Xydias has been invited to speak at the Alexander von Humboldt Colloquium "Global Research in the 21st Century: Perspectives of the U.S. Humboldt Network" in March in Washington, D.C.
Clarkson University Physical Therapy Students Hold Injury Prevention Workshop for SUNY Potsdam Dancers
Like any professional athlete, dancers are at risk of developing unique injuries from physically demanding performances. That's why Clarkson University Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) students have teamed up with SUNY Potsdam's Department of Theatre & Dance this semester to help dancers learn to prevent small injuries from becoming bigger problems.
"What Is Mathematical Biology and Why Is It Useful?" will be presented by Clarkson University Assistant Professor of Mathematics Diana White at the next Science Cafe.
Clarkson researcher Ali Boolani recently completed a study that explores the powers of cocoa and caffeine.
David Heacock '83 has been elected to the University's Board of Trustees.
Jiayin Yuan has been appointed associate professor of chemistry & biomolecular science.
U.S. Air Force Gen. Ellen M. Pawlikowski will speak on The Future of Airpower on March 27 as part of the New Horizons in Engineering Distinguished Lectureship Series.
Jai Lindsey has been named the Employee of the Month for March at Clarkson University. Lindsey, a grounds supervisor, has been honored for his commitment to service excellence in his role.
The Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities in New York (CICU) has selected Clarkson University biology student Adetutu "Tutu" Olowu '17 of Staten Island, N.Y., for a 2017 Independent Sector Community Service Award for her work as a community service leader and ambassador for higher education.
Research being conducted at Clarkson University can help scientists better understand what happens when bacteria break down nicotine. Marius Mihasan, a research scholar in Associate Professor of Chemistry & Biomolecular Science Costel C. Darie's Biochemistry & Proteomics lab, is visiting campus for six months as part of the Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program.
The ability to characterize, monitor and control bacterial growth and biofilm formation is central to many applications. The U.S. National Academy of Sciences has awarded Clarkson University Professor and Egon Matijević Chair of Chemistry and Biomolecular Science Silvana Andreescu an Arab-American Frontiers Fellowship to study how biofilm forms in a microbial community.