Past Clarkson in the News
Best College Values Publishes 10 Best Online Master's Programs in Chemical Engineering
Yahoo! Finance | 10-24-2016
New App Shows How Wind Energy Can Best Suit Your Needs
North American Windpower | 10-19-2016
Parker's Real Maple Founder to speak at 'Shark Tank' viewing party at Clarkson University
Watertown Daily Times (AP) | 10-19-2016
Secured Cards: Frequently Asked Questions
WalletHub | 10-15-2016
Mock trial takes pollutants to task
The Poughkeepsie Journal (AP) | 10-13-2016
College Choice Releases its Ranking of Best Business Schools in New York, Michigan, Ohio, and Chicago
Yahoo! Finance | 10-12-2016
The 18 private colleges where students go on to earn the most money
Business Insider Nederland | 10-03-2016
New echolocation app on Google Play
Phys.org | 09-29-2016
Your Dust Is Probably Quite Toxic
Mercola.com | 09-28-2016
Sean Philpott-Jones: The Age Of The Superbug
WAMC Northeast Public Radio | 09-22-2016
What Colleges Churn Out the Wealthiest Alums?
TheFW | 09-21-2016
Nothing to see here: Southeast Asia flummoxed by haze study
Yahoo! News | 09-21-2016
Nothing to See Here: Southeast Asia Flummoxed by Haze Study
New York Times | 09-21-2016
Philip Hopke, director of the Center for Air Resources Engineering and Science at New York state's Clarkson University, said air pollution studies have to overcome several challenges
These 25 Colleges Pump Out The Richest Undergrads
Total Frat Move | 09-20-2016
The 25 colleges where students go on to earn the most money
Business Insider Malaysia | 09-20-2016
A simple change will speed up plane boarding - so why won't airlines listen?
Independent.ie | 09-16-2016
New study finds toxic chemicals in everyday household dust
Chronicle Leader | 09-15-2016
Clarkson University research to study energy from waste
Biomass Magazine | 09-14-2016
Students Explore The Beauty of Mathematics
State University of New York | 09-14-2016
How dangerous are the chemicals found in common household dust?
Today.com | 09-14-2016
A simple change will speed up plane boarding - so why won't airlines listen?
Telegraph.co.uk | 09-14-2016
Best College Values Publishes 50 Best Value Bachelor's in Engineering
Ticker Technologies | 09-12-2016
North Country Remembers 9/11
WWNY TV 7 | 09-11-2016
15 Years Later: Clarkson Remembers 9/11
WWNY TV 7 | 09-10-2016
100 Best Value Private Colleges In America: Princeton And Harvard Tops 2016 Ranking
Ceoworld.biz | 09-08-2016
National Grid on the Future of Storm Resiliency
3BL Media | 09-06-2016
NY to invest in upstate water, sewers, fish hatchery
WBNG-TV | 09-05-2016
NY Colleges Using State Clean Energy Program On Campuses
WAMC Northeast Public Radio | 09-02-2016
Upstate NY Areas get $1.8 Million in Grant Funding
MyChamplainValley.com | 09-02-2016
Retired Clarkson professor publishes 600th scientific paper
Watertown Daily Times (AP) | 09-01-2016
Public invited to attend university-led "Science Cafes" throughout fall semester
Watertown Daily Times (AP) | 08-31-2016
Upstate Venture Connect announces 2016 Venture Awards Nominations
Capchips.com | 08-29-2016
The Philippines And Other Developing Countries Ramp Up Online Education Culture
Forbes | 08-25-2016
Countries are investing deeply in developing digital training platforms and their own MOOC course structures that can meet future job growth trajectories in order to help workers launch and retool career opportunities.
Sean Philpott-Jones: How To Die In California
WAMC Northeast Public Radio | 08-25-2016
Obama honors Clarkson University alumni
Daily Courier-Observer (AP) | 08-23-2016
Obama recognizes local educator
Press-Republican | 08-23-2016
13 Colleges That Get You Paid the Highest Salary
The Cheat Sheet | 08-21-2016
Opioid abuse epidemic makes pain management tougher
Times Union | 08-20-2016
50 Best Online MBA Universities
Live Trading News | 08-19-2016
Top 50 Best Online MBA Super Ranking 2016-2017
Yahoo! Finance | 08-17-2016
Clarkson plans Military Appreciation Day
Watertown Daily Times (AP) | 08-11-2016
Forum Discusses Workforce Training Needs
WAMC Northeast Public Radio | 08-05-2016
Massena, Potsdam public library patrons encouraged to take part in Community Read
Watertown Daily Times (AP) | 08-05-2016
The Value of Interns
Times Union Blogs | 08-03-2016
Material of the month - hemp
The Institute Of Materials, Minerals & Mining | 08-01-2016
The real reason Amazon is phasing out MSRPs
Retail Dive | 08-01-2016
Clarkson trains teaching assistants on their new jobs
The Daily Gazette | 08-01-2016
Local rheumatologist leading Lyme study
Press-Republican | 07-31-2016
Investing in the future: Clarkson University plans $36.7 million project for Potsdam
Watertown Daily Times (AP) | 07-30-2016
Clarkson mourns death of Egon Matijevic
Watertown Daily Times (AP) | 07-30-2016
TA Boot Camp Debuts for PhD Students
Lab Manager Magazine | 07-28-2016
$36.7 million investment could bring 100 jobs to Potsdam
Watertown Daily Times (AP) | 07-28-2016
Clarkson Applies For Grant To Create $27M In Investment In Potsdam
WWNY TV 7 | 07-27-2016
Editorial: Drug cash questionable
Times Union | 07-26-2016
Side effects of pay at issue
Times Union | 07-23-2016
Kids Learn What It Takes To Design Roller Coaster
WWNY TV 7 | 07-20-2016
The fictitious price
BusinessWorld Online | 07-14-2016
Today, "list price has become a meaningless piece of information." This is according to Professor Larry Compeau of Clarkson University, an expert on pricing strategies.
Amazon Is Quietly Eliminating List Prices
New York Times | 07-03-2016
"When Amazon began 21 years ago, the strategy was to lose on every sale but make it up on volume," said Larry Compeau, a Clarkson University professor of consumer studies.
It's Discounted, but Is It a Deal? How List Prices Lost Their Meaning
New York Times | 03-06-2016
"Everyone expects a deal on the web," said Larry Compeau, a professor at Clarkson University who is an expert on pricing strategies.
Quotation of the Day
New York Times | 03-06-2016
"Everyone expects a deal on the web. Nobody wants to pay retail. Some sellers are now willing to deceive consumers to make the sale." -- Larry Compeau ...
Parkinson's Might Be Treatable via Stem Cell Therapy
Parkinson's News Today | 01-26-2016
Interest in the potential of stem cell therapy to treat a variety of neurological conditions, including Parkinson's disease (PD), has been growing for several years, but the question remains: how close are these treatments to clinical use?
Sean Philpott-Jones: Penning A Solution To The War On Drugs
WAMC Northeast Public Radio | 01-14-2016
After nearly six months on the run, Joaquin Guzman Loera -- the Mexican drug lord known as "El Chapo" -- was recaptured by Mexican authorities. He is now back in the prison from which he made his daring escape, awaiting extradition to the United States to face charges of drug trafficking and murder.
The Student and the Stranger Who Helped Pay for College
Wall Street Journal | 09-15-2015
Christopher Robinson, a 20-year-old college junior from a small town in upstate New York, is indebted to a stranger, Luzie Hatch, a little-known German Jewish woman who
Hemp Homes Could Hit New High As Growing Cannabis Gets Legal
National Geographic | 09-08-2015
... Clarkson University research that found hemp can also be used to make ultrafast supercapacitors that like batteries store and release energy.
What is a college diploma worth? Here are the new salary rankings for grads of Upstate New York colleges
Buffalo Business First | 08-26-2015
Clarkson University tops PayScale's list of Upstate schools with a mid-career median salary of $117,000.
Clarkson Alumnus John Correnti, Steel Industry Executive, Dies at 68
New York Times | 08-21-2015
John Correnti, who was a leader in the American steel industry... died on Tuesday in Chicago while on a business trip.
2015's Most & Least Energy-Expensive States
WalletHub | 07-31-2015
For insight into the various ways Americans can reduce their dependence on traditional energy sources and thereby diminish their costs as well we asked a panel of energy and policy experts to weigh in - Stephen Bird, Associate Professor of Political Science at Clarkson University:
Diego C. Nocetti: Why all the fuss over the Trans-Pacific Partnership?
Watertown Daily Times | 07-29-2015
The Trans-Pacific Partnership is a preferential trade agreement being negotiated between the United States and 11 other Pacific Rim nations: Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam.
Why do people take risks?
BBC World Service | 06-26-2015
Some people actively embrace risk by jumping out of aeroplanes, scuba-diving or motor-racing. But we all face risks every day ... (Clarkson Prof. Andreas Wilke at 8:39 in)
Mold vs. Ghosts? Dr. Shane Rogers Discusses Air Pollutants and Spirits
Paranormal Review Radio | 05-29-2015
Are we just hallucinating spirits and ghosts caused by mold? Let's openly discuss this new study and define the terms that the Clarkson University has determined for their results.
Oil spill, odors worry residents near nuclear plant
USA Today | 05-11-2015
Tim Sugrue, president of the Beacon Institute for Rivers & Estuaries, called the oil spill a "best-case scenario" because Indian Point's staff were aware of the spill as it happened.
Colleges that boost your salary the most
CNNMoney | 04-29-2015
Where you go to school can have a huge effect on your salary. #8 Clarkson University
Moms of Autistic Kids May Ease Stress by Journaling
Psych Central | 04-20-2015
Journal writing may be an effective way for moms of autistic children to lower their stress levels and improve their relationship with their child, ...
Tony Collins: A bold Internet investment
Watertown Daily Times | 02-23-2015
In his State of the State and budget address, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a bold plan for every New Yorker to have Internet access with at least 100 Mbps service by 2019. Achieving this high-speed access to the information highway will bring a competitive advantage to our educational institutions, entrepreneurs and businesses across New York. And it meets the minimum speed to drive economic growth and jobs, according to a 2014 survey of economic developers.
Biological test for autism may be possible
Autism Daily Newscast | 02-21-2015
A new study published in the journal Autism Research shows that children on the autism spectrum have different saliva then children who are not. Conducted at Clarkson University and SUNY Plattsburgh and led by Clarkson University doctoral candidate Armand Gatien ...
New Technology Could Preserve Ogdensburg Bridge For Future
TWC News | 02-19-2015
Clarkson University and the Ogdensburg Bridge and Port Authority agreed ... are taking the next steps to maintain this bridge.
Herbal Supplements Without Herbs
New York Times | 02-06-2015
...tests were carried out by an expert on DNA barcoding, James Schulte II, an associate professor of biology at Clarkson University in Potsdam, N.Y., ...
NNY college researchers publish study reporting saliva may help diagnose autism in infants
Watertown Daily Times | 02-04-2015
With the publication of a new study, a saliva test one day may provide a way to diagnose autism early in children. The study, which appeared in the Jan. 27 issue of Autism Research, is the first showing that protein levels in the saliva of children with autism spectrum disorder differ from those without it, according to a Clarkson University news release Monday.
Clarkson University and Trudeau Institute Combat Bacterial Infections
Time Warner Cable News | 01-27-2015
Timothy Sellati, Trudeau Associate Member and Clarkson Adjunct Professor, is one of the team members researching these bacteria to find a new way to fight them.
Tribeca's river center puts its trust in Clarkson
Downtown Express | 01-22-2015
The Hudson River Park Trust has announced the consortium that will operate and run the "estuarium" with upstate Clarkson University taking the lead.
Hudson River Park Trust Plans Research and Education Center at Pier 26
New York Times | 12-04-2014
The Hudson River Park Trust has selected Clarkson University to oversee a new estuarium a research and education center with a focus on river ecology
Jazz On The Putting Green: Real Life Golf Hack?
NPR's ONly A Game | 11-22-2014
To help explain the latest technique to help your game on the greens, Clarkson University Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy Ali Boolani joined Bill Littlefield.
Jazz helps golfers get in swing
Daily Express | 11-22-2014
All types of music were better than none at all, but jazz was the most and rock the least effective, according to researchers at Clarkson University in New York.
Potsdam solar array almost online
NCPR | 10-02-2014
If you've driven by the airport outside Potsdam, you couldn't have missed it - hundreds of solar panels gleaming in a corner by the runway. The solar array is a public-private partnership on land owned by Clarkson University.
Top Local Colleges - Money in Your Pocket Minute
WSYR TV | 09-17-2014
Average Clarkson grad -- mid-career -- makes $110,000.
Clarkson University, Peace Corps partner for master's degree program
Watertown Daily Times | 08-07-2014
A new partnership will offer students the chance to fuel both mind and body by combining service with higher learning.
Clarkson Coaster Camp engenders spirit of collaboration for north country high schoolers
Watertown Daily Times | 07-20-2014
Local high school students were getting a taste of success at Clarkson's ninth annual Roller Coaster Camp last week as they conducted experiments indoors and out with college mentors
Stress relief: Vacations helpful, but not everyone takes them
Watertown Daily Times | 07-20-2014
Ms. Ardito ...said workers need to take vacations to maintain good mental and physical health.
From Earth to Mars, Cornell astronomer tells Clarkson alumni getting there is a people story
Watertown Daily Times | 07-13-2014
Researcher, astronomer and "voice of NASA's mission to Mars" Steven Squyres was the keynote speaker for Clarkson University's Third Annual Alumni Association Reunion Keynote Speaker Series
Monkeys, Like People, Believe in the Hot-Hand Phenomenon
Wired | 07-10-2014
People are not good at dealing with randomness. We tend to perceive patterns that aren't there. One example of this is the hot-hand bias....
Evolution and Hot Streaks in Sports
NPR's To The Point | 06-27-2014
...they're looking at why we believe in the hot hand in sports or gambling. Because they say it's all random; one outcome does NOT predict future outcomes. Andreas Wilke is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Clarkson University.
That's So Random: Why We Persist in Seeing Streaks
New York Times | 06-26-2014
From time to time, athletes get on a streak. Suddenly, the basketball goes through the net every time, or a batter gets a hit in every game.
Sink Disposal Vs. Garbage Can: What To Do With Non-Composted Food Waste?
WBUR: Here & Now | 06-19-2014
There's little disagreement that composting food waste is the gold standard when it comes to environmental sustainability. Here & Now's Robin Young talked to Stefan Grimberg, chair of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Clarkson University in Potsdam, New York.
Champion figure skater and engineering student Jacquelyn Anne Scibior from the USA
1233 ABC | 06-17-2014
Champion figure skater and engineering student Jacquelyn Anne Scibior from the USA
Tony Collins, Meet Jim Oberstar: A Seaway Newcomer Comes on Board As a Seaway Giant Becomes a Legend
Thousand Islands Life | 05-13-2014
It is highly unlikely that Clarkson University President Anthony Collins (Tony) and the late Minnesota Congressman James L. Oberstar (Jim) ever sat down over coffee. In fact, it is equally unlikely their paths ever crossed. But they have a lot in common: our St. Lawrence Seaway.
Coaching Duo Adjusts for Family
New York Times | 04-26-2014
One of hockey's more unusual coaching arrangements turned out to be one of the most successful, as Clarkson won the N.C.A.A. women's title last month
Clarkson Signs 'Green' Commitment
7 News - Fox 28 | 04-21-2014
Clarkson University in Potsdam is committed to becoming greener. Clarkson President Tony Collins signed the American College and University Presidents' Climate Commitment.
Jamie Lee Rattray, Kanata Ont., Ice Hockey
Sports Illustrated | 04-14-2014
Rattray, a senior forward at Clarkson, had a goal and an assist to help the Knights upset two-time defending champion Minnesota 5-4 for the national title.
Clarkson Provost Thorpe on Habib University TV
Habib University | 04-11-2014
Clarkson University Provost Chuck Thorpe appeared on Habib University TV to discuss the Business Plus program.
How to make boarding a plane faster
BBC | 04-03-2014
A professor in the US has, he says, worked out how to make boarding an aeroplane faster.
Two Canadians named finalists for top award in NCAA women's hockey
The Globe and Mail | 03-17-2014
Clarkson, Trudeau unite in hopes of creating biotechnology powerhouse
Watertown Daily Times | 03-16-2014
Clarkson University and the Trudeau Institute, Saranac Lake, aim to make the north country a research hub by fusing biology and technology, education and research.
Solar power coming soon to Clarkson
Watertown Daily Times | 03-10-2014
Clarkson University may receive as much as 10 percent of its power through solar energy by this fall.
Clarkson major recipient of biomass fuel state grants
Watertown Daily Times | 02-17-2014
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has announced that $3 million has been awarded to 18 research institutions, technology developers and biomass-fuel businesses
A better way to board
6PR882 News Talk | 02-11-2014
The great frustrations of watching the sometimes seemingly fruitless quest by airline passengers to find a spot for their carry on luggage may have been cracked.
Clarkson professors aim for perfect sled for 2018 Olympic luge team
Watertown Daily Times | 02-11-2014
For the Olympic athletes clinging to a tiny piece of steel and plastic while hurtling down an icy slope at nearly 90 miles per hour, a fraction of a second
Watertown Daily Times | 02-10-2014
During the 2014 Economic Forecast held Jan. 29, Anthony G. Collins made a startling observation. Mr. Collins is president of Clarkson University in Potsdam and co-chairman of the North Country Regional Economic Development Council.
Clarkson student discovers wastewater lagoon potential as fuel source
Watertown Daily Times | 02-05-2014
The village's 8.5-acre wastewater treatment lagoons could be a biofuel source, thanks to millions of tiny creatures that are what they eat. The discovery was made by Stephanie A. Kring, a Clarkson University doctoral student studying environmental science and engineering.
Clarkson University Science Olympiad gives students hands-on science exposure
Watertown Daily Times | 02-02-2014
Heads were ducking as small balsa wood airplanes glided through the air Saturday in the Student Center Forum at Clarkson University.
Agriculture coined 'bread basket' of north country economy at 2014 Economic Forecast
Watertown Daily Times | 01-30-2014
The agriculture industry might be called the "bread basket" of the north country, because ...
The Dirt: Private wetlands best way
Poughkeepsie Journal | 01-18-2014
The following is a Q&A by Terry Platz of Beacon Institute for Rivers and Estuaries of Clarkson University and Tom Langen, Ph.D., an associate professor in the departments of biology and psychology at Clarkson and a member of the faculty for RiverU, a Beacon Institute/Clarkson undergraduate program that runs June 9-27 in Beacon.
Researchers devise method to speed up plane boarding
YNN | 01-12-2014
When boarding an airplane, people often scramble to find a place to stick their carry-on luggage. It can be frustrating for passengers especially because it slows the boarding process down.
Trick to faster boarding? Number of carry-ons
TODAY Show | 01-06-2014
An academic study suggested that airlines could reduce the time it take to board a plane by seating passengers according to the number of carry-on bags each passenger has.
Fly the friendly skies
Watertown Daily Times | 01-03-2014
They will make use of the resources from military vendors in Northern New York as well as the technological capabilities of Clarkson University in Potsdam.
St. Lawrence County Arts Council plans Potsdam gallery
Watertown Daily Times | 01-03-2014
A new art gallery in Clarkson University's Old Snell Hall will attract renowned artists from the region, the country and the world
North Country wins $81.3 million in state funds
Watertown Daily Times | 12-12-2013
According to Anthony G. Collins, council co-chairman and president of Clarkson University, Potsdam, the north country's success has come from its focus on a series of small projects rather than a few heavy hitters.
Researchers investigate link between water pollution and NY property values
WRVO | 12-09-2013
Researchers from Clarkson University are gearing up to study the impacts of water pollution on property values across 26 counties in upstate New York.
Dow works to put U.S. luge team on track to Olympic medals
Crain's Detroit Business | 11-20-2013
Kennedy said additional sled design work, in collaboration with Clarkson University in Potsdam, N.Y., is being done on the "pod," the aerodynamic shell that sliders lie on.
Contest Aims for a Cleaner-Burning Wood Stove
New York Times | 11-19-2013
"If you can see it, if you can smell it, that's energy that isn't heating your house," said another judge, Philip K. Hopke, a professor at Clarkson University
AFCEA Answers - Identity Assurance
Federal News Radio | 11-14-2013
Delving into "next-generation" solutions for identity assurance with Stephanie Schuckers, a professor at Clarkson University in Potsdam, NY.
Researchers Isolate Blackhole Exploit Kit Symptoms, Pinpoint Infected Twitter Accounts
PC Magazine | 10-25-2013
Sourcing success at Clarkson University
Food Service Director | 10-10-2013
Two years ago, when the dining services team at Clarkson University, in upstate Potsdam, N.Y., began integrating locally sourced foods into campus menus,
A mystery at the bottom of the Great Lakes food web
Michigan Radio | 10-02-2013
Michael Twiss is leaning over the edge of his research boat, his face just a couple inches from the water's surface.
Lake Erie: Warmest in Summer, Coldest in Winter
New York Coastlines | 08-26-2013
When it's 20 below, Dr. Michael Twiss, professor at Clarkson University, has been known to clear the snow and lie down on the thick ice of a frozen lake and stare up at the Northern Lights.
Wind Blade Test Facility Opens at Clarkson University
Windpower Engineering Newsletter | 08-19-2013
The Center for Evaluation of Clean Energy Technology CECET and NYSERDA joined Clarkson University in announcing the grand opening of a new Blade Test Facility
Clarkson Business School to study bass tourney's economic impact
Watertown Daily Times | 08-04-2013
The St. Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce is partnering with the Clarkson School of Business to determine what impact the upcoming Bassmaster Elite Series Tournament will have on ... economy.
Researcher studies indoor air particles and their movement
National Science Foundation | 06-13-2013
Most people worry about the quality of the air they breathe outdoors, while giving little thought to the contaminants that may be circulating in their own homes.
Teens Exchange Business Equity for Tuition
Knowledge@Wharton High School | 05-29-2013
In the past few years, the university has launched an innovative solution to helping aspiring teen entrepreneurs afford higher education and grow their businesses.
Poll: Card debt the No. 1 taboo subject
CreditCards.com | 04-15-2013
Larry Compeau, professor of consumer behavior at Clarkson University in Potsdam, N.Y., said he's not surprised that several of the most-unmentionable topics relate to money.
Clarkson professor awarded Fulbright Scholar grant
Daily Courier-Observer | 04-12-2013
Researching corporate scandals will be the focus of a visit by Clarkson University Associate Professor of Finance Allan A. Zebedee to London this fall.
Students pitch new business proposals
YNN | 03-29-2013
The North Country Regional Business Plan Competition was held at Clarkson with 35 teams competing for start-up money.
Alcoa Foundation supporting Clarkson U. recycling effort
North Country Now | 03-28-2013
The Alcoa Foundation has teamed up with "Keep America Beautiful" and the College & University Recycling Coalition to provide 40 recycling bins to Clarkson University.
North Country high school, university students advance to championship round of robotics competition
Northeast Public Radio | 03-17-2013
Imagine this; two teams of three robots each are pitted against each other in an area to fling projectiles and climb to the top of a steel pyramid.
At 20, entrepreneur, business owner, and on the Governor's radar
NCPR | 02-26-2013
Turcotte was the first student to enter Clarkson's Young Entrepreneurs Program, where he's studying innovation and entrepreneurship, and has his tuition covered in full.
Clarkson students in CNY for fingerprint sampling
WKTV TV | 02-22-2013
Students from Clarkson University were at Sangertown Square Mall on Friday to collect fingerprint samples for research.
Interview With Innovative Delivery Systems Co-Founder Chris Behrens
Pruvology | 01-31-2013
Chris Behrens, 19, from Potsdam, New York, has a great company with his partners called Innovative Delivery Systems (IDS).
Reaffirming Your Core Values Helps You Perform Better
Harvard Business Review | 01-30-2013
People who thought deeply about their most important personal values committed 44% fewer errors in a button-pushing task than others, says a team led by Lisa Legault of Clarkson University.
No Link Between HR Technology and Strategic Gain, Say Researchers
Human Resource Executive | 01-25-2013
"We weren't really seeing what you would expect to see had there been a tight link between technology and strategic HR," says Sandra Fisher, ...Clarkson University
Fiscal cliff deal brings good news for wind industry
NCPR | 01-04-2013
Stephen Bird teaches energy policy at Clarkson University. He said the new tax credit likely means that wind development in the North Country will continue.
Therapy dog de-stresses students during finals week at Clarkson University
North Country This Week | 12-12-2012
Students studying for finals can use a little therapy from a good dog, too. For example, Eli Greenwald had just finished a physics exam Monday morning; a Tuesday calculus exam was just around the corner. Petting a golden retriever dog in the Clarkson University library was just what Greenwald, a freshman aeronautical engineering major from Manhattan, needed to escape from finals week stress.
Retriever is golden as a stress reliever for Clarkson students
Watertown Daily Times | 12-12-2012
Clarkson University students got a break from the frenzied frustration of flashcards, outlines and essay writing by visiting a ...
BC's York Values Team Success Over Career Victories Record
WBUR's Only A Game (NPR) | 12-08-2012
But after taking his first head coaching job at Clarkson University in 1972, he wasn't sure he'd make a career of it.
That Won't Do the Job
The Guardian | 12-03-2012
According to U.S. News & World Report, three of the schools within New York's Clarkson University require "professional experience" for graduation. As a result, 86 percent of seniors who recently
Islanders' Mystery Draft Pick Is Not Giving Up
New York Times | 12-01-2012
... He was picked by the Islanders in 2010 despite playing only 20 minutes in goal in his freshman season at Clarkson University.
Expiring tax credits blow ill wind
North Country Public Radio | 11-20-2012
"Typically we've seen up to an 80 percent reduction in wind development when the PTC has been dropped," explained Professor Stephen Bird, who teaches energy policy at Clarkson University.
IBM grant recognizes Clarkson 'smart grid' researcher
Innovation Trail | 11-19-2012
At Clarkson University, the highly regarded science and engineering school in St. Lawrence County, a professor working on smart energy grid systems was just awarded a grant by IBM.
The enzyme-powered watch, and other battery innovations
Innovation Trail | 11-18-2012
This week, the New York Battery and Energy Storage (NY-BEST) technology consortium brought industry leaders and businesses together to discuss innovation in the field.
Great Lakes legacy contaminants decreasing, but newer ones on the rise
Environmental Health News | 11-08-2012
Legacy contaminants are decreasing more quickly than previously reported in three of the Great Lakes, but have stayed virtually the same in two other lakes, according to new research.
Clarkson to celebrate sustainability, local food Oct. 17-27
North Country Now | 10-19-2012
Clarkson University will hold a ten day celebration to promote and celebrate campus sustainability and the North Country's abundant and healthy food resources.
Craig Conroy's number seven jersey to be retired at Clarkson University
Calgary Flames | 10-19-2012
Calgary, AB - Clarkson University Men's Hockey Team will retire Craig Conroy's jersey number seven this weekend at Cheel Arena in Potsdam, NY.
Found by a Rocket...
Thousand Islands Magazine | 09-13-2012
No I'm not talking about making a new dive site by sinking a ship with a rocket. I am talking about a lost shipwreck that was found by a rocket.
Children's Museum launching Saturday enrichment programs in Potsdam
Daily Courier-Observer | 09-12-2012
The North Country Children's Museum is featuring a series of Saturday afternoon enrichment programs at Clarkson's University Bookstore throughout the year through the museum's "Museum Without Walls."
On this Sept. 11, the nation grieves a bit more quietly
San Jose Mercury News | 09-11-2012
At tiny Clarkson University in upstate New York, students and faculty have an intense connection to the tragedy. Four of the school's alumni were in the twin towers that day,
Egon Matijevic Honored at Symposium
NNY Business | 09-09-2012
Clarkson University's Egon Matijevic, the university's Victor K. LaMer Professor of Colloid and Surface Science and Distinguished University Professor, was honored in August ...
The Upstate of the Arts
Central New York Magazine | 09-04-2012
Clarkson University Professor and Digital Artist Bang-Geul Han
Clarkson University's Center for Advanced Materials Processing Sponsors 17th Annual International Symposium on Chemical-Mechanical Planarization
Solid State Technology | 08-28-2012
Researchers from several high technology companies, suppliers and universities from the United States, Japan, Korea, Germany, and Belgium gathered in Lake Placid earlier in August for the 17th International Symposium on Chemical-Mechanical Planarization (CMP), sponsored by Clarkson University's Center for Advanced Materials Processing (CAMP).
Clarkson Ranks High In National Publication
WWNY TV 7 | 08-23-2012
Clarkson University in Potsdam continues to make the grade as one of the best schools in the nation for an undergraduate education.
Credit card surcharges? No way, poll says
CreditCards.com | 08-21-2012
Nearly two in three Americans say they would stop using their credit cards if retailers start tacking on extra fees for paying with plastic, according to a new CreditCards.com poll.
In Potsdam, Sen. Gillibrand announces "Innovation Bank"
NCPR | 08-20-2012
New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand announced new federal legislation meant to spur science and technology job growth, while visiting Clarkson University in Potsdam on Friday ...
Lifesaving Innovations by High School Student Paul Hyman
Michelle Writes | 08-09-2012
Paul Hyman is a perfect example of how and why teens should never limit themselves.
PLUS Model Magazine | 08-01-2012
You've seen this bright-eyed beauty on Macys.com, Sydney's Closet and as a finalist in Tyra Banks' Fiercely Real Modal Search. Caralyn Mirand is focused ...
MT @OBRIEN_GERE: It's time to introduce another one of our f... Local Events Promote Raquette River Awareness Week The First Teen Idol That's An Inventor, Not A Rock Star 'River U.' sets course Clarkson President Tony Collins Says Community Pulled Together in Wake of Storm Alexandra Cousteau Carries on Grandfather's Water-Explorer Legacy
twitter.com | 07-25-2012
MT @OBRIEN_GERE: It's time to introduce another one of our fantastic co-ops. Meet Stephen Maxwell from @ClarksonUniv!
www.adirondackalmanack.com | 07-25-2012
This year the Raquette River Blueway Corridor's Advisory Committee will be hosting several events throughout the corridor during Raquette River Awareness Week (Saturday, July 28th through Saturday, August 4th) to highlight the assets the Raquette River ha...
InventorSpot | 07-24-2012
His name is Paul Hyman. He's from Ft. Washington, NY, he's a volunteer firefighter, and he begins Clarkson University this fall on a 4-year scholarship he won for his inventiveness.
Poughkeepsie Journal | 07-19-2012
The program is a collaboration between the Beacon Institute for Rivers and Estuaries, its parent organization Clarkson University and the Hudson River Sloop Clearwater.
WWNY TV 7 (CBS) / Fox 28 | 07-18-2012
As usual, Clarkson University officials paid attention to severe thunderstorm warnings and prepared the campus just in case. This time, their precautions were warranted.
WWNY TV 7 (CBS) | 07-14-2012
Alexandra Cousteau is passionate about water. She was in the north country over the weekend as a keynote speaker for Clarkson University's alumni reunion.
Local Events Promote Raquette River Awareness Week
The First Teen Idol That's An Inventor, Not A Rock Star
'River U.' sets course
Clarkson President Tony Collins Says Community Pulled Together in Wake of Storm
Alexandra Cousteau Carries on Grandfather's Water-Explorer Legacy