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

IRS Announces ‘New’ 2022 Retirement Limits

The IRS recently announced the new 2022 retirement plan contribution limits.  Effective January 1, 2022, you may choose to increase your maximum supplemental/voluntary contributions to your retirement account with TIAA. Under the age of 50 $19,500 to $20,500 Over the age of 50 $26,000 to $27,000 *The first pay period of 2022 is December 26, 2021 … Continue reading IRS Announces ‘New’ 2022 Retirement Limits

Join Us Tomorrow, Tuesday, December 7 for First Tuesday at McDuff’s!

On Tuesday, December 7, all faculty and staff are invited to stop by McDuff’s on 59 Market Street in downtown Potsdam, for a complimentary beverage anytime between 3:30 p.m. and 5 p.m.   Enjoy a beverage with your colleagues and then have a bite to eat downtown at one of Potsdam’s many restaurants. As we tell … Continue reading Join Us Tomorrow, Tuesday, December 7 for First Tuesday at McDuff’s!

Clarkson Bioethics Program Hosts “A Conversation on Nazi Medical Ethics between Art Caplan and Bob Baker on the 75th Anniversary of the Nuremberg Doctors’ Trial” Webinar as Part of 20th Anniversary Celebration

As part of its celebration of 20 years of bioethics education, The Bioethics Program of Clarkson University’s Lewis School of Health Sciences and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai will continue its lecture series titled “Pioneering Bioethics: An Anniversary Celebration” on Dec. 12. The Bioethics Program’s fourth lecture in the series is a … Continue reading Clarkson Bioethics Program Hosts “A Conversation on Nazi Medical Ethics between Art Caplan and Bob Baker on the 75th Anniversary of the Nuremberg Doctors’ Trial” Webinar as Part of 20th Anniversary Celebration

IRS Announces ‘New’ 2022 Retirement Limits

The IRS recently announced the new 2022 retirement plan contribution limits.  Effective January 1, 2022, you may choose to increase your maximum supplemental/voluntary contributions to your retirement account with TIAA. Under the age of 50 $19,500 to $20,500 Over the age of 50 $26,000 to $27,000 *The first pay period of 2022 is December 26, 2021 … Continue reading IRS Announces ‘New’ 2022 Retirement Limits

Winter Break Residence Hall Closing

Greetings Residents!  The Residence Life Office wishes you success on your final exams and hopes you have a safe and joyous break! Here are some important points to keep in mind as you prepare to vacate campus housing: Residents must vacate their room/apartments within 24 hours of their last final. Campus housing will close at 10:00am on Saturday, December 18. Graduating students must … Continue reading Winter Break Residence Hall Closing

Graduate Business Association Faculty Parking Pass Raffle

Happy Holidays! The Graduate Business Association has come together to host a fundraiser from December 6-10.  For the fundraiser, we will be raffling off a faculty parking pass, allowing any one vehicle to park in the faculty/staff parking lots around campus starting the spring semester of 2022.  There will be a table set up in … Continue reading Graduate Business Association Faculty Parking Pass Raffle

20% OFF FACULTY/STAFF BOOKSTORE DISCOUNT WEEKEND

20% OFF FACULTY/STAFF BOOKSTORE DISCOUNT WEEKEND The University Bookstore is happy to announce a special holiday discount weekend for all Clarkson Faculty/Staff! On 12/11 & 12/12 the University Bookstore on Market St. will offer an extra 10% off purchases for all Faculty/Staff members, thats 20% off!  IN-STORE ONLY- NOT VALID ONLINE. Please be sure to show your … Continue reading 20% OFF FACULTY/STAFF BOOKSTORE DISCOUNT WEEKEND

Area Students Build Toothpick Bridges at Clarkson University

Clarkson University recently sponsored a toothpick bridge competition for students in its afterschool STEM programs. Creak, snap, and crunch were the sounds that could be heard as the toothpick bridges were tested to determine which bridge could hold the greatest load. The winning bridge, designed and built by Ty Monette from Norwood-Norfolk Central School, held … Continue reading Area Students Build Toothpick Bridges at Clarkson University

Message from the Student Center Mailroom for Graduating Seniors & Non-Returning Students

Please pick up all packages/mail and return your mailbox key only to the Student Mailroom before 3:00pm on Thursday, 12/16/21.  To avoid being charged a $40 lock replacement fee, your key must be turned in before you leave campus. When returning your key you will be asked for a forwarding address which we keep on … Continue reading Message from the Student Center Mailroom for Graduating Seniors & Non-Returning Students