Participants needed for Biometrics Research Study

Dr. Daqing Hou, Clarkson University, performs research in the area of biometrics and is looking for subjects willing to participate in his research efforts.  You must be >18 years of age and hold a valid Clarkson ID to participate.  The project involves the study of continuous human computing activity, specifically widget interaction, keystroke and mouse … Continue reading Participants needed for Biometrics Research Study

Ignite Fest – Friday, October 22nd

Are you ready for a break? Do you want to learn about the innovative resources in the ERC and have fun doing so? Then plan on stopping by the ERC tomorrow – Friday, October 22nd – to visit up to 15 stations of information. Begin at the registration desk to get your “ticket” then visit … Continue reading Ignite Fest – Friday, October 22nd

SSC Workshop – Financial Aid 101

Financial Aid 101 The Student Success Workshop Series is a ten-week program, sponsored by the Student Success Center.  This Friday, join us to review the basics of Financial Aid. We will discuss some common financial aid lingo, the FAFSA process, requirements to maintain aid eligibility, and what aid options are available. Please join us for … Continue reading SSC Workshop – Financial Aid 101

One Card expense reports due 10/29/21

One Card Transactions: The billing cycle has ended for One Card transactions dated September 21st through October 20th with the final Visa load on October 21st.  Submit reports by October 29th.  The earlier reports are submitted will help assure they can be approved by month-end.   Please make sure that you have reconciled all transactions dated October 20th and prior.  This includes all … Continue reading One Card expense reports due 10/29/21

Throwback Thursday with University Archives

Z-100 Desktop Computers were given to each incoming freshman in 1983. The new model retailed for over $4,000, but the students owned it by paying a one-time $200 maintenance fee and $200 each semester. Clarkson University became the first college in the nation to give each incoming freshman a personal computer.  Kathy Damon and her father, … Continue reading Throwback Thursday with University Archives

Reh School of Business Seminar

Assistant Professor of Economics Michael Sacks will present “Radicalization” a coauthored paper with Jean-Paul Carvalho of Oxford on Friday October 22 at 11 AM in Snell 214.   Abstract:We examine the conditions under which an identity group (e.g. religion, race, social class) can be radicalized over time by a forward-looking organization. A dynamic radicalization strategy … Continue reading Reh School of Business Seminar

Phalanx Presents : Advice from Alumni ft. Dr. Michelle Crimi

Phalanx presents Advice from Alumni featuring Dr. Michelle Crimi.  Dr. Michelle Crimi is a Phalanx alumni, the Dean of the Graduate School, and an esteemed civil engineering professor. Join us TODAY, in getting to know her leadership journey through her years at Clarkson and how those experiences carried on after. Followed by a Q&A session. … Continue reading Phalanx Presents : Advice from Alumni ft. Dr. Michelle Crimi

Austria: Winter School in Medical Engineering

The University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria will host their fourth Winter School in Medical Engineering February 7-11, 2022. The key areas will be: “Prosthetics, Materials & Medical Simulations”.  Students at the end of their bachelor’s are invited to join this 5-day event and receive up to 2 ECTS for their participation. In addition to … Continue reading Austria: Winter School in Medical Engineering