FALL SEMESTER TO START AUGUST 19 NYS Interim Guidance for Higher Education Released this Past Weekend In this communication: · New Dates for Fall Semester Classes- August 19-November 24, 2020 in person in Potsdam. · No date changes in calendar for professional health sciences programs in Potsdam or our semester and quarter-based graduate programs at the Capital … Continue reading Restart: Fall Semester to Start August 19
Dear Move-In Crew Volunteers, I am writing to you to let you know that in an effort to limit population density and to provide space for social distancing in the residence halls, the Office of Student Life and Residence Life will not be using students for move-in crew this year. The University will instead be offering … Continue reading Move-In Crew Volunteers Not Needed
CU CONNECT Faculty and Staff Needed The CU Connect program is in its 11th year. This is a mentoring program where we match every first-year student with a campus community member. In the midst of COVID-19 this program is particularly important as students will need added support and guidance. Please consider joining our team of … Continue reading CU CONNECT
Clarkson University’s Melissa A. Walsh ’03 ’05 Memorial Endowed Scholarship has been awarded to a second-year Doctor of Physical Therapy student Shelby MacIntosh of Waddington, NY and a first-year Doctor of Physical Therapy student Kathryn Ackner of Queensbury, NY. The scholarship was established in memory of Walsh by her family and friends to assist a … Continue reading MacIntosh and Ackner Receive Clarkson University Physical Therapy Scholarship in Memory of Melissa Walsh ‘03 ‘05
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Don’t miss out on your chance to register and attend the live webinar with Dean of Health Sciences candidate, Dr. Gary Sayed. Dr. Sayed will be presenting and discussing their vision for rural health and health care education. WHEN: Today! Thursday, 7/9 @ 2:45pm Click Here to register now!
The 2020 Summer Research and Project Showcase (RAPS) is scheduled for July 30th & 31st with awards for best presentations being announced the morning of August 1st at 9:00am EST. In an effort to protect the health and safety of participants, we will again be hosting a virtual RAPS program. Special awards for presentations highlighting … Continue reading Clarkson University 2020 Summer e-RAPS
An International Center Town Hall Meeting is scheduled for Friday, July 10, 2020, @ 9:00 a.m. We invite the campus community to this meeting. We will review impacts on international students and fall 2020 enrollment and the arrival process as well as general information on International Travel – Presidential Proclamations – Visa Processing. Please RSVP … Continue reading International Center Town Hall Meeting
All, Today’s strategic planning open forum session (Thursday, July 9th) is cancelled. At this time we are going to pause the strategic planning open forum sessions to enable everyone more time to focus on the semester startup. A revised schedule of the topic discussions and more information on reconvening will follow. Thanks and good luck with … Continue reading Strategic Planning Session Cancelled Today
Aerosols are a bigger coronavirus threat than WHO guidelines suggest – here’s what you need to know Byron ErathAssociate professor of fluid mechanics, Clarkson University Andrea FerroProfessor of civil & environmental engineering, Clarkson University Goodarz AhmadiProfessor of mechanical engineering, Clarkson University When someone coughs, talks or even breathes, they send tiny respiratory droplets into the surrounding … Continue reading Clarkson Professors featured in today’s edition of “The Conversation”
Dear Student, On behalf of Student Affairs at Clarkson University, we look forward to your arrival in August. We recognize that you may have been reading guidelines from Governor Cuomo of New York State and the US government. International students and students arriving from certain states on Governor Cuomo’s Travel Advisory list must quarantine for … Continue reading Email to Students who live in States on Gov. Cuomo’s Travel Advisory List