2024 Holiday Observances and Summer Hours

President Christensen and the President’s Executive Council leadership ‘Thank You’ for your dedication and hard work over the last year.  We appreciate your flexibility, dedication, and commitment to living the Clarkson values. Your contribution to Clarkson, and your support of our students, make Clarkson the community it is.  As a thank you, below you will see several … Continue reading 2024 Holiday Observances and Summer Hours

Next Steps for Accepted Clarkson Students

With college decision season in full swing, we wanted to check in and share our Accepted Undergraduate Students page. It’s a resource you can use to help your students navigate their next steps with Clarkson University. Whether your students are ready to commit to Golden Knight life or are still considering, the Accepted Undergraduate Students … Continue reading Next Steps for Accepted Clarkson Students

Protocol for Submitting an Announcement

Submitting a request for an announcement is a simple way to get your information in front of the audiences you are trying to reach at Clarkson. To submit an announcement please follow the guidelines below. Announcements should be emailed to announcements@clarkson.edu. This inbox is monitored daily by a member of the Marketing & External Relations … Continue reading Protocol for Submitting an Announcement

FUNDING ANNOUNCEMENT – Faculty Seminars & Faculty-Student Dialogues – Associated Colleges of the St. Lawrence Valley

The Associated Colleges of the St. Lawrence Valley is now accepting proposals for Faculty Seminars and Faculty/Student Dialogues to be held in Fall 2024. This funding is available for inter-university convenings around academic subjects: Faculty Seminars: The Faculty Seminars program provides up to $1,000 to bring faculty from all four campuses together to exchange ideas, share … Continue reading FUNDING ANNOUNCEMENT – Faculty Seminars & Faculty-Student Dialogues – Associated Colleges of the St. Lawrence Valley

Jobs at Clarkson

Men’s Head Hockey Coach Division I Men’s Ice Hockey (Potsdam, NY) Position Summary:  The Head Coach of Men’s Ice Hockey organizes, conducts and supervise all aspects of the men’s ice hockey team within the parameters designated by the university, applicable conferences and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Minimum qualifications: Division I hockey experience required. Well-developed … Continue reading Jobs at Clarkson

Amber Stephenson Receives Promotion at Clarkson University

Amber Stephenson has been promoted from associate professor to full professor of healthcare management in the David D. Reh School of Business. She is also the Director of the Healthcare Management Programs. Stephenson teaches health systems management, leadership and organizational behavior, as well as strategy capstone in the Healthcare Management MBA and Online MBA programs. … Continue reading Amber Stephenson Receives Promotion at Clarkson University

Chen Liu Promoted to Full Professor at Clarkson University

Chen Liu has been promoted from associate professor to full professor of electrical and computer engineering in the Wallace H. Coulter School of Engineering. Liu received a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Science and Technology of China, a master’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of California-Riverside, and a Ph.D. … Continue reading Chen Liu Promoted to Full Professor at Clarkson University

William MacKinnon Promoted to Associate Professor on the Teaching Track at Clarkson University

William MacKinnon has been promoted from assistant professor on the teaching track to associate professor of operations and information systems in the David D. Reh School of Business at Clarkson University. MacKinnon has been at Clarkson University for over 30 years, beginning his career as a computer technician in the Educational Computing department. He earned … Continue reading William MacKinnon Promoted to Associate Professor on the Teaching Track at Clarkson University

MOVE-IN CREW – Student Sign-Up

Sign Up for the Fall Move-in Crew!  Please apply for the Fall 2023 Move-In Crew! Sign-ups will be accepted until Sunday, July 28th.  Fill out the brief form to sign up!  https://forms.gle/xYPAbsTYVEiTVvk6A More information is below. Move-In Crew volunteers must have an infinitely friendly attitude, and the ability to smile (and smile, and smile!) even in the face of … Continue reading MOVE-IN CREW – Student Sign-Up

Lisa Legault Promoted to Full Professor at Clarkson University

Lisa Legault has been promoted from associate professor to full professor of psychology and chair of psychology at Clarkson University. Legault received her PhD in social psychology and statistics from the University of Ottawa in 2009. Her Ph.D. thesis won the Governor General’s Gold Medal. She then received a postdoctoral fellowship award from the Social … Continue reading Lisa Legault Promoted to Full Professor at Clarkson University

Jobs at Clarkson

Men’s Head Hockey Coach Division I Men’s Ice Hockey (Potsdam, NY) Position Summary:  The Head Coach of Men’s Ice Hockey organizes, conducts and supervise all aspects of the men’s ice hockey team within the parameters designated by the university, applicable conferences and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Minimum qualifications: Division I hockey experience required. Well-developed … Continue reading Jobs at Clarkson

Moodle Course Availability Policy

To: All Clarkson University StudentsFrom: Office of Information TechnologySubject: Moodle Course Availability Policy Student access to courses in Moodle expires after each term. Starting fourteen days after final grades are posted, courses are scheduled to be turned off.  Students should save any desired materials to a personal alternate storage location for accessing items long term such … Continue reading Moodle Course Availability Policy

Clarkson University Students and Hammond CSD Team Up to Install Innovative Pop-up Traffic Garden

Clarkson Construction Engineering Management Consulting Group (C3G) and Hammond Central School District have launched a Pop-up Traffic Garden, an innovative project designed to provide a safe and interactive environment for children and adults to learn traffic safety. This initiative aims to introduce young bike riders to different road scenarios, fostering essential traffic skills in a … Continue reading Clarkson University Students and Hammond CSD Team Up to Install Innovative Pop-up Traffic Garden