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- School of Arts & Sciences NEWS 04-28-2017
Gus Naughton of Tobyhanna, Pa., came to Clarkson University last fall as a first-year computer science student, and now, less than a year later, he has gained research experience, a co-op with Saab Sensis Corporation, and a full-time job offer as a software engineer at GE Digital.
Clinical Adjunct Instructor of Education Yanqing Sun drew upon both her Eastern heritage and Western experiences to write about parenting and child development.
Physical Therapy graduate student John LaRue has been selected to serve as a student delegate to the New York Physical Therapy Association's Delegate Assembly.
Clarkson University Professor of Biology Michael Twiss has been re-appointed as a member of the Great Lakes Science Advisory Board's Research Coordination Committee of the International Joint Commission (IJC) for a three-year term.
Two seniors and a graduate have been awarded the prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. Three other graduates received honorable mentions.
Two more Honors Program students have been awarded Goldwater Scholarships and two have received an honorable mention.
"Unmasking Parkinson's Disease" will be presented by Clarkson University Clinical Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy and Parkinson's Disease Foundation Faculty Scholar Rebecca Martin at the next Science Cafe.
Biology / pre-PT senior Stephanie Grobe is watching as a preliminary study confirms her suspicions about a risk senior citizens face from being mentally tired.
Dean of the School of Arts & Sciences Peter Turner has been included in a chapter section of the book The Best Writing on Mathematics 2016.
New Foreign Language Teaching Certification for Elementary Schools Available at Clarkson University Capital Region Campus, This Summer
A new foreign language teaching certification for grades 1-6 will be available at the Clarkson University Capital Region Campus in Schenectady, N.Y., this summer.
Groups Meet at Clarkson University to Discuss How to Improve Algonquin to Adirondacks Conservation Corridor
A meeting of conservation groups was held at Clarkson University last month to discuss the Algonquin to Adirondacks Collaborative (A2A) conservation corridor.
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 Matijevic Chair of Chemistry and Biomolecular Science Silvana Andreescu an Arab-American Frontiers Fellowship to study how biofilm forms in a microbial community.
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 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.
Jiayin Yuan has been appointed associate professor of chemistry & biomolecular science.
Clarkson researcher Ali Boolani recently completed a study that explores the powers of cocoa and caffeine.
"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 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.
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.
Eight Army ROTC cadets have been chosen by a national board to participate in highly competitive and prestigious summer internship programs.
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).
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."
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.
Asst. Prof. of Biology Andrew David created a student-centered course that shows a glimpse of the future of biology education.
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.