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- All NEWS 05-02-2016
Clarkson's Digital Arts & Sciences program hosts its 11th annual art exhibition of senior capstone projects, this Friday and Saturday, May 6 and 7.
Clarkson has welcomed Zhilan Feng as an associate professor of finance & investment.
Clarkson has welcomed Sherri Duan as director of the Chinese Language Master of Arts in Teaching program.
The demand to develop manufacturing processes that can reliably produce nanostructured materials with functional bioactive properties is growing, and Clarkson University's Silvana Andreescu has received a three-year award from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to research these technologies.
Kimberly Prather, distinguished chair in atmospheric chemistry at Scripps Institution of Oceanography and the Department of Chemistry at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), will deliver the inaugural Hopke Lectureship Series presentation on Friday, May 6.
Clarkson has welcomed Sean M. Philpott-Jones as chair and associate professor of bioethics.
Clarkson as welcomed Seema Rivera as an assistant professor of STEM Education.
Clarkson has welcomed Martin Strosberg as a professor of healthcare management.
Distinguished Research Professor Liya Regel organized and chaired the first symposium on "Emerging STEM/STEAM for Space" in Paris, last month, under the auspices of the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA).
Clarkson University Welcomes Huppertz as Chair of MBA in Healthcare Management Program and Associate Professor of Healthcare Management
Clarkson has welcomed John Huppertz as chair of the MBA in Healthcare Management program and associate professor of healthcare management.
Clarkson University has welcomed John DeJoy as an associate professor of accounting.
Clarkson has welcomed Jay Carlson as an associate professor of marketing.
David Crouse has been appointed professor and chair of electrical & computer engineering.
The philosophy "Enjoy the journey, not just the destination" is more than a saying to Heather Hlad and Amber Stevens. It's the main point of their business, Sky Skarf.
Clarkson has welcomed James Lambrinos as a professor of economics.
Clarkson has welcomed Catherine Snyder as chair of the Department of Education and associate professor of education.
Clarkson has welcomed Amber Stephenson as an assistant professor of healthcare management.
Clarkson has stepped up to support Bayside Cemetery by leasing and restoring its gatehouse, which was designed by the architect who also designed the Old Main building. Financially unable to maintain the red Potsdam sandstone building, the cemetery has leased the structure to Clarkson.
Clarkson has welcomed Peter Otto as chair and associate professor of healthcare data analytics.
Clarkson has welcomed Alan Bowman as senior associate dean of graduate business programs and professor of management science & operations.
A successful year of engineering design and creativity culminated in the Clarkson University Integrated Math and Physics for Entry to Undergraduate STEM (IMPETUS) Program Roller Coaster Competition this month.
Four Clarkson students recently returned from the ninth International Micro-Mechanism Contest at Tokyo University of Science in Japan.
Clarkson will host the New York State Pollution Prevention Institute R&D Student Competition on Earth Day, April 22.
Five Clarkson film students have had their works accepted for screenings at seven international film festivals.
Clarkson University student teams celebrated four first-place, five second-place and one third-place wins at the North Country Regional Business Plan Competition (NCRBPC) held on campus this month.
Eight Clarkson students & alumni have been awarded National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships.
Clarkson University is hosting a variety of riveting academic camps throughout the summer for children and teens.
Clarkson University is hosting a variety of exciting sports camps throughout the summer for children and teens.
Clarkson University's Take It or Leave It Program Encourages Recycling as Students Move Out for Summer
Clarkson University is teaming up with College Move Out Week once again to combat the amount of waste left behind as college students leave campus after the spring semester.
Clarkson University's Mia Wicke has been named the Employee of the Month for April.
"Metal Pair Catalysts for Solar Fuels" will be presented by St. Lawrence University Assistant Professor of Chemistry Adam Hill at the next Clarkson University Science Cafe.
Two more Clarkson University honors students have been awarded Goldwater Scholarships and one has received an honorable mention.
Clarkson's Department of Humanities and Social Sciences will host its eighth annual Humanities & Social Sciences Undergraduate Research Conference on April 13, showcasing the creative, critical, and analytical work of students from across the University and the Associated Colleges.
Phylise Banner, director of online teaching and learning at Clarkson's Capital Region Campus, has been selected to serve a new two-year term as an Adobe Education Leader.
In 2011, when Margaret Finen moved to the North Country, she was dismayed to learn that millions of gallons of water are routinely discarded during the production of maple syrup. She founded Tree H2O LLC to change that scenario and gather drinkable water.
Clarkson University Professor and Chair of Civil & Environmental Engineering James Edzwald will deliver the keynote address at the 18th annual Water Quality Symposium of the New England Water Works Association in May.
The Reh Center for Entrepreneurship at Clarkson University will host its sixth annual recognition dinner on Thursday, April 7.
Patrisse Cullors, Deborah A. Elam, Alicia Garza, Karl Marlantes, Pentti A. Paatero and Opal Tometi will be awarded honorary degrees at Commencement in May.
The Clarkson University Employee of the Month program has begun as part of an ongoing commitment to service principles recognizing employees who are serving the University in an exceptional manner.
Former Carnegie Mellon President to Speak on Globalization of Engineering Education, Apr. 15 at Clarkson University
Carnegie Mellon University President Emeritus and University Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering and Engineering and Public Policy Jared Cohon will speak on "Globalization of Engineering Education," Apr. 15, as part of the New Horizons in Engineering Distinguished Lectureship Series.
A Clarkson University Student Projects for Engineering Experience & Design (SPEED) team won second place overall at the annual SAE Clean Snowmobile Challenge this month.
"Nanoparticles for the Treatment of Chemical Overdoses" will be presented by Clarkson University Senior University Professor of Chemistry Richard Partch at the next Clarkson University Science Cafe.
Clarkson University will once again offer the Young Scholars Program this summer for talented high school students. The program, typically for rising sophomores, juniors, seniors and graduating high school students, fosters intellectual development, communication skills and cooperative problem solving.
Clarkson University Assistant Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering Chen Liu has been accepted into the 2016 Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) Summer Faculty Fellowship Program (SFFP) for the second year in a row.
Twenty-three Clarkson University physical therapy students just completed a crucial segment of their education -- a two-week pro bono clinic working with 10 Potsdam-area residents who have neurological impairments.
Clarkson is again featured in the latest edition of Best Graduate Schools by U.S. News & World Report.
Clarkson University Professor of Biology Michael Twiss has been appointed to a three-year term on the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Advisory Board Science and Information Subcommittee.
Clarkson University Doctoral Candidate Studying Breast Cancer Earns Travel Award for Biochemistry Conference
Clarkson University student Roshanak Aslebagh of Tehran, Iran, has earned a travel award to present her breast cancer research at an international conference.
The Clarkson University "Rocket Scientists" and the Potsdam Central School "Edu-Skaters" raised $1,550 for the Potsdam Educational Opportunities Fund (PEOF) at a charity hockey game this month.