Please Include Text With All Announcement Requests

In order to best serve all members of our Clarkson community, we ask that anyone sending in an announcement to announcements@clarkson.edu include written text with their post, along with any graphics or photos that may be included. As part of supporting ADA, this allows persons with visual impairments and text-to-speech devices to get your message.  … Continue reading Please Include Text With All Announcement Requests

Campus Parking and How You Can Help

Winter weather parking:  To allow for more effective snow removal overnight, parking in employee and commuter lots is no longer allowed from 2:00 a.m. until 6:00 a.m.  Signs have been installed at all applicable lots. Additionally, we remind all faculty, staff, and students to park only in your assigned parking lots.  All vehicles need to … Continue reading Campus Parking and How You Can Help

SHAC Offering Student Grief Support Group

The death of someone you care about can take a long time to heal from.  It can feel like other people don’t understand what you are going through and how complicated it can be.  Please know you are not alone!  Students who have been impacted by the death of someone they care about (family, friend, … Continue reading SHAC Offering Student Grief Support Group

COVID Relief Funds for Students

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to create challenges for Clarkson students. Similar to last year, Clarkson has been granted funding to support our students through these hard times. If you are aware of a student struggling financially due to covid, please guide them to reach out for help. To apply for emergency relief funds, students should … Continue reading COVID Relief Funds for Students

Call for Prize Submissions

Major William W. Coleman Memorial Award: Established through a gift by the late Mrs. Virginia Kent Cummins in memory of the heroism of her grandniece’s husband, this award consists of a sum of money for the best poem or essay on ethics: Individual Self-interest Versus the Common Good. The winner’s name will be inscribed on … Continue reading Call for Prize Submissions

Graduate School Reception

Career Fair WeekGRADUATE SCHOOL RECEPTIONWednesday, February 25 p.m. – 7 p.m.STUDENT CENTERMultipurpose RoomAs part of Career Fair Week, please join Clarkson Graduate School for a reception. Mix and mingle with your classmates over free food from Sergi’s and speak with members of the Graduate School Admissions Team about continuing your education with an advanced degree.  … Continue reading Graduate School Reception

Clarkson’s Strategic Planning Embodies United Nation Sustainable Development Goals

Sustainability has long been a pillar within Clarkson University, woven into the curriculum and extracurricular activities in an effort to better the perspectives and expertise within its faculty and student body. For the past ten years, the university has taken a crosswalk approach under the leadership of President Anthony G. Collins, meeting sustainability goals through … Continue reading Clarkson’s Strategic Planning Embodies United Nation Sustainable Development Goals

Golden Knights Rise Strategic Planning Framework and the Solinsky Engineering Leadership Challenge

Date: February 1, 2022 Time: 2:00-3:30 pm ZOOM: https://clarkson.zoom.us/j/96064386677?pwd=ODRIbk1wVjRFUW85amo2cGF6Z2FXUT09 Provost Hannigan has asked each unit to hold open forums for each of the major strategic initiatives. The Coulter School of Engineering is hosting its session on the Solinksy Leadership Challenge and how it is tied to the Golden Knights Rise Strategic Planning Framework. 

Recruiting and Retaining Diverse Talent

A collaboration between the Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Office, the Career Center, BLAC (Black Leaders Advocating for Change), and NSBE (National Society of Black Engineers) to provide employers with access to diverse talent and to support BIPOC students in their networking with our recruiters. Cyntonia Miller (CEO of Black on The Job) will provide a … Continue reading Recruiting and Retaining Diverse Talent

Join the STEM QuESTS Challenge: $5,000 in Prizes

Think back to before college. What inspired YOU to choose your major and career pathway? Something fascinating you discovered in nature? Something going on in the world? Was it a teacher? An experiment you performed in a science lab? A hobby you are passionate about?” The Institute for STEM Education is introducing a collaborative challenge … Continue reading Join the STEM QuESTS Challenge: $5,000 in Prizes

U.S. News & World Report ranks Clarkson University Online MBA Program in Nation’s Top-100

As online learning continues to grow and expand, U.S. News & World Report has ranked Clarkson University’s online MBA program as one of the top-100 in the nation. This year, the program has also been ranked in the top 60 Best Online MBA Programs for Veterans. Clarkson’s David D. Reh School of Business offers several … Continue reading U.S. News & World Report ranks Clarkson University Online MBA Program in Nation’s Top-100