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- All NEWS 09-15-2014
Clarkson University Professor of Philosophy Bill Vitek, chair of the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, will be a featured speaker at the Land Institute’s annual Prairie Festival in Salina, Kan.
Clarkson graduates have some of the highest salaries in the nation, according to the 2014-2015 College Salary Report from PayScale Inc.
Local scientists and university professors will again take to the stage this fall for the "Science Cafe."
Television star and electronics expert Grant Imahara will speak at Clarkson University at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 19, in the Alumni Gym.
Clarkson is again in tier one, the top tier of national universities in U.S. News & World Report's 2015 rankings of "Best Colleges."
Dana M. Barry, senior technical writer and editor at Clarkson's Center for Advanced Materials Processing, recently served as a visiting professor at the National Institute of Technology at Suzuka College in Japan.
The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust has granted $4.4 million to a consortium of 12 institutions of higher education to develop and promote teaching practices that help undergraduate engineering students reflect on their experiences.
Meghan Duggan, a two-time Olympic silver-medalist and standout performer for USA Hockey, is returning to the collegiate ranks as a new assistant coach for the defending National Champion Women's Hockey team.
On Thursday, Sept. 11, the Clarkson campus community and members of the local community will gather at Clarkson's World Trade Center Memorial Sculpture for the annual 9/11 remembrance ceremony.
Patrick Roche has been named vice president for development & alumni relations at Clarkson.
Rondalyn Whitney as been appointed director and founding chair of the proposed Occupational Therapy program and associate professor of occupational therapy.
Thanks to a partnership between pharmaceuticals executive and entrepreneur Fred Sexton '81 and Clarkson researcher Sitaraman Krishnan, athletes will benefit from an innovative drug delivery system that works with the body to improve the absorption of carbohydrates for maximum benefit and peak performance.
An integrated design team from the Department of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering at Clarkson University has been selected as a finalist in the 2014 American Society of Mechanical Engineers Undergraduate Design Project Competition in Rehabilitation and Assistive Devices.
Clarkson University will build a new Crew Club Team boathouse on Norwood Lake after recently entering into a lease with the Village of Norwood.
Qualcomm Incorporated has awarded Clarkson University a $15,000 grant to purchase a commercial grade 3D printer.
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.
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.
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."
School of Business Prof. Larry Compeau has been an expert witness and consultant in consumer pricing cases for nearly a quarter of a century.
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."
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.
A feature-length film drama by two Clarkson professors, titled Nontraditional, will receive distribution after playing at festivals this spring.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Clarkson University Clinical Assistant Professor Rebecca Martin received her American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists neurology specialist certification in June.
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.
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 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.
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.
Thirty-five undergrads are pursuing discovery-based innovations as CUPO (Community of Underrepresented Professional Opportunities) Summer Scholars at Clarkson.
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.
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.
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.
Clarkson University has again been named one of the country's best institutions for undergraduate education, according to the Princeton Review.
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 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.
Forbes magazine ranks Clarkson University in its top-50 list of "America's most entrepreneurial universities."
Clarkson will host its third annual Veterans Appreciation Day on August 9 continuing its long-running commitment to veterans.
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 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.
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.
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 University Associate Professor Leslie Russek recently received the Dr. Marilyn Moffat Distinguished Service Award for her contributions to physical therapy education and research.
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.
S.N. Nyeck, assistant professor of political science, will deliver the Exploring Transfer summer commencement address at Vassar College on July 25.
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.
Clarkson students teamed up this spring to clear land behind the Potsdam Humane Society to make way for a new dog park.