As of today, all members of our Clarkson community who are 16 years of age and older are eligible to be vaccinated. There are numerous appointments available for the Pfizer Vaccine at the SUNY Potsdam Vaccination Site. Please go to: https://am-i-eligible.covid19vaccine.health.ny.gov/ to register and make an appointment. You will be given a second appointment three … Continue reading Vaccine Eligibility – All Campus Members Eligible
The Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) has a non-scientist member service opportunity for interested faculty and staff. Clarkson University recognizes its responsibility to ensure the humane and appropriate care and use of all live vertebrate animals used or intended for use in research, research training, experimentation, biological testing, or teaching. Therefore, the University has established and … Continue reading Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) Membership
Awesome News – CircleIn is officially LIVE for Clarkson University! CircleIn is a studying app to help you get organized and study with your classmates remotely – while giving you the chance to earn rewards by helping your peers! We encourage you to use CircleIn to form study groups, chat with classmates, create flashcards and quizzes … Continue reading CircleIn is Live!
Golden Knights, COVID-19 Case & Quarantine Update: There were two new COVID-19 cases reported today to the University Care Team – both were already in quarantine. The Care Team is now supporting 13 students with active COVID-19 cases on and off campus, and 59 students in quarantine. We wish them all good health. Please keep … Continue reading COVID-19 Read: Case and Quarantine Update
Dr. Daryush (Dary) K. Aidun, Professor of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering has been elected as a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (FASME). He was nominated by Dr. Goodarz Ahmadi, a Clarkson Distinguished Professor, and Robert H. Hill Professor of Mechanical Engineering. The grade of Fellow is conferred on ASME members to recognize … Continue reading Clarkson Professor Named Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers & Fellow of the American Welding Society
Students, Thank you to students who completed an earlier survey about your interest in being included in an on campus J&J Vaccination Pod. St. Lawrence County did not get a shipment this week and today, the CDC has currently pulled J&J vaccinations from the system. See one of many articles here. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/04/13/us/politics/johnson-johnson-vaccine-blood-clots-fda-cdc.html If you … Continue reading COVID-19 Read/Act: Vaccine Update
The “Understanding Student Stress During the Pandemic and Beyond” Teaching Circle will meet today, April 13 at 1:00 pm to resume discussion focused on current stresses students are facing. Colleagues are encouraged to join as circle facilitator Assistant Professor of Political Science Alexander Cohen welcomes Director of Counseling Coreen Bohl and others from the counseling … Continue reading Student Stress Discussion Continues with Counseling Center – Today’s Teaching Circle
Dear Faculty, One of the STEM LEAF Project (Clarkson University’s NSF ADVANCE grant, https://www.clarkson.edu/advance) components is conducting an oral history research project. Although we have reached the planned sample size for white women faculty, we are still recruiting women faculty of color. If you’re interested in participating in or learning more about the oral history … Continue reading Recruiting STEM Women Faculty of Color for Oral History Interviews
Don’t miss the Student Success Center’s Thrifty Thursday! This week’s topic: Seven Steps to Conquer Your Debt A short video by the West Group followed by Q&A FREE STARBUCKS for those who ATTEND Time: 04/15/2021, Thursday @ 1 pm Zoom link here West Group’s Office Hours Sign up to discuss your individual financial goals! Want … Continue reading SSC Thrifty Thursday
Clarkson Students, Faculty, & Staff, The Residence Life Office is now taking summer housing requests for any students who are taking summer courses, doing individual research, and/or working in your office or department. All of our students here over the summer are going to be housed in Woodstock Village. Please use the instructions below to … Continue reading Summer Housing Information
Student Success Center Friday Workshop Program Student Success Center staff and students aspire to promote the program by incorporating the Friday Workshop program into the Virtual Study Session. In doing so, staff guest speakers will be invited to the session and workshop topics are designed to satisfy all students’ needs. As final papers and presentations … Continue reading Student Success Center Friday Workshop Program
This week we offer resources on Ramadan. Some important dates: Start: Monday 12th April 2021How Long is Ramadan: 30 daysWhen Does Ramadan End: Tuesday 11th May 2021When Is Laylat al-Qadr: On or around Saturday 8th May 2021When Does Eid al-Fitr Start: Wednesday 12th May 2021 Ramadan is an occasion to focus on faith through fasting and … Continue reading Ramadan Chief Inclusion Office Weekly DEIB Resources
Arnold Air Society and Silvers Wings are hosting a 5k on April 24th to raise money for the Neighborhood Community Centers in Potsdam and St. Lawrence County. The Neighborhood Community Centers is an organization that helps support local low income families. This event is a great way to get outside to de-stress before finals and … Continue reading Run into Finals with Arnold Air Society!