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The Adirondack North Country Association board of directors has elected as vice president Clarkson University VP for External Affairs Kelly Chezum.
Clarkson University Professor's Documentary Film About Underground Railroad to be Screened at New York History Conference
The Trial of Horatio Hough, a film by Professor of Communication & Media Stephen Farina, will be screened at the Underground Railroad Public History Conference.
Clarkson University Professor Named a World Technology Awards Finalist for Research on 3-D Object Manipulation
Clarkson University Assistant Professor of Computer Science Natasha Banerjee was selected as a finalist for the 2015 World Technology Awards for her 3-D object manipulation research.
Clarkson University biomolecular science student Megan Borland '16, of Lake Placid, N.Y., traveled to Germany earlier this year to research Alzheimer's disease.
Christian, Hindu, Islamic, Jewish, Traditional Mohawk and Unitarian Universalist leaders will speak on "Environmental Stewardship & Faith" from 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 3, at Clarkson University.
A Clarkson University research team has published a paper in a premier environmental sciences and engineering journal about a new technology for measuring bisphenol A (BPA) contamination in the indoor environment.
Clarkson University Student Projects for Engineering Experience & Design (SPEED) teams have joined forces to build bridges and improve their community.
When a group of visitors from Potsdam, Germany, came to Potsdam, N.Y., in the early 1990s, they helped plant a seed of friendship that blossomed into a vibrant academic and cultural exchange with Clarkson University.
The Clarkson Inn in Potsdam is getting somewhat of a new look, but no matter what exterior changes are made, it will always feel like home away from home to the guests.
The Clarkson University Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) Ranger Challenge team took second place out of 42 schools at the annual competition at Fort Dix , N.J., this fall.
Clarkson University Entrepreneurship Program Ranked in Top-20 by Princeton Review & Entrepreneur Magazine
Clarkson University's Entrepreneurship Program is again one of the top 20 in the nation, according to the Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine.
For the sixth consecutive year, Clarkson University has been designated a Military Friendly School by Victory Media, the leader in successfully connecting the military and civilian worlds.
While many aspects of climate change are as large and obvious as polar ice caps, changes occurring among microscopic creatures are also of major importance.
Clarkson University's Reh Center for Entrepreneurship has partnered with Global Entrepreneurship Week for a third year to bring a series of entrepreneurial events to campus that is open to the community.
"Air Pollution in a Changing World" will be presented by Clarkson University Professor of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering Suresh Dhaniyala at the next Clarkson University Science Cafe.
Six-year-old Keillor Dilger of Potsdam is one of the youngest donors anyone at Clarkson can recall.
John and Sondra Castle of Potsdam, N.Y., have donated a notebook to Clarkson University that contains images of the Clarkson family's legacy of important American silver, given to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.
Thanks to Clarkson University junior Lindsay Cannistra's expertise in science, a major corporation and its customers can save time, money, and a valuable element called indium.
Clarkson University Alumnus & Former Trustee Endows Director Position in Construction Engineering Management
Clarkson University alumnus Howard Lechler '48, MS '53, HD '78 of Raleigh, N.C., has continued his generous support of Clarkson by providing a significant gift to name the "Howard Lechler '48, MS '53, HD '78 Director in Construction Engineering Management Endowment" at Clarkson University.
As an associate professor of psychology at Clarkson University, Andreas Wilke studies how people make decisions, but he probably didn't have to think twice about spending part of his sabbatical in a Bavarian Castle at Lake Tegernsee, Germany.
Educators are invited to connect their students, campus communities and alumni to Women's Entrepreneurship Day (WED) on Nov. 19 and a new movement to create a worldwide network of women leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs igniting startups, driving economic expansion and advancing communities around the globe.
School of Business Dean Dayle Smith has been elected president of the Northeast Business Deans Association.
Clarkson University Exchange Student Wins Award for Short Film at St. Lawrence International Film Festival
Clarkson University communication and media exchange student Sharlene Lee, who is from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, won the Student Film Award at the inaugural St. Lawrence International Film Festival in October.
The 15-year-old indigenous activist Xiuhtezcatl (pronounced "Shu-TEZ-caht") Martinez may be too young to vote, but he is already calling elected officials into account, inspiring people of all ages and mobilizing a generation for change.
Clarkson University Assistant Professor of Mathematics Guohui Song has received a National Science Foundation (NSF) award for his research on convex optimization algorithms.
Young Women's Leadership Institute of St. Lawrence County Invites Students to Community Connections Conference
The Young Women's Leadership Institute (YWLI) of St. Lawrence County will welcome hundreds of college students to the 2015 Community Connections Conference on Nov. 6 and 7.
Clarkson University civil engineering student Jacqui Scibior '16 of Sauquoit, N.Y., served as captain of the winning project team at the Construction Institute of American Society of Civil Engineers annual Student Days conference.
Clarkson University Doctoral Students to Present Research on Protein Biomarkers for Cancer, Autism at Conference
Clarkson University chemistry doctoral students Devika Channaveerappa of Bangalore, India, and Kelly Wormwood of Lowville, N.Y., have been invited to present at the Eastern Analytical Symposium and Exposition in November.
"Development and Function of the Digestive System" will be presented by Clarkson University Associate Professor of Biology Ken Wallace at the next Clarkson University Science Cafe.
Clarkson University is again taking a leadership role in the promotion of bioenergy throughout the region by celebrating the third annual National Bioenergy Day on Thursday, Oct. 29.
Students in Clarkson University's Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies Program will host a haunted house to raise funds for their annual medical mission trip.
Clarkson University Construction Engineering Management Director Appointed to North American College & University Facilities Working Group
Clarkson University Director of Construction Engineering Management Program Erik C. Backus has been appointed to the APPA Informatics Working Group.
The Kinney Drugs Foundation has awarded Clarkson a $5,000 grant for equipment to benefit the Physical Therapy Department Community Wellness Program.
Lt. Col. Jennifer Amato has been appointed commander of Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps Detachment 536 and professor of aerospace studies.
Clarkson fraternities and sororities, along with other students, faculty and staff, are joining together in supporting the efforts of National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week and encouraging open dialogue on the prevention of alcohol-related harm within their respective campus communities.
Adirondack Assistive Technology Expo in Tupper Lake to Be Hosted By Clarkson University, Oct. 26 & 27
The 2015 Adirondack Assistive Technology Expo will be sponsored by Clarkson's Department of Occupational Therapy on October 26 and 27 at the Wild Center in Tupper Lake, N.Y.
When students in Clarkson's Doctor of Physical Therapy Program study human motor development, they start at the beginning, with the most accurate examples possible -- visiting babies.
"From Red Blood Cells to New Bio-Devices" will be presented by Clarkson University Assistant Professor of Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering Parisa Mirbod at the next Clarkson University Science Cafe.
The Aerospace Corporation President & CEO Wanda Austin Will Speak on Rethinking STEM Education in America, Oct. 22 at Clarkson University
The Aerospace Corporation President & CEO Wanda Austin will speak on rethinking STEM education in America, as part of the New Horizons in Engineering Distinguished Lectureship Series.
1st Lt. Sara Ong has been appointed operations officer of Air Force ROTC Detachment 536 and associate professor of aerospace studies.
Frank Schmeler '64, retired chairman of the board & CEO of Albany International Corporation, has been re-elected to the Clarkson Board of Trustees.
Walter Robb, president of Vantage Management Inc. of Schenectady and management consultant, has been elected to the Clarkson Board of Trustees.
Lisa Napolione '87, senior vice president for global research & development at the Estee Lauder Companies in New York City, has been elected to the Clarkson Board of Trustees.
Daniel Heintzelman '79, vice chairman of General Electric, has been elected to the Clarkson Board of Trustees.
Jean Spence '79 has been elected to serve as the chair of the Clarkson Board of Trustees.
Promotion of electric vehicles and Clarkson's EV charging station is helping to engage the campus in decisions that improve campus sustainability.
The Department of Physician Assistant Studies will hold an open house on October 7.
Clarkson University Professor Emeritus John N. Serio has published The Collected Poems of Wallace Stevens, Corrected Edition.
Clarkson University Assistant Professor of Humanities and Title IX Coordinator Jennifer Ball has been named a contributing editor for Title IX Today.