CircleIn is Live!

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!

NYSEDC 2021 Economic Development Conference Jan 20-21

Sessions from the NYSEDC 2021 Economic Development Conference will be streamed into the Student Center Forum on January 20-21, 2021. For a schedule of session topics and presenters, please go to: https://www.nysedc.org/2021_nysedc_economic_developme.php Clarkson is a member of the NYS Economic Development Council.  The purpose of NYSEDC is to promote the economic development of the state and its communities, … Continue reading NYSEDC 2021 Economic Development Conference Jan 20-21

Golden Knights Novel Chat to read The Island of Sea Women

Dear Faculty, Staff, and Students, The Clarkson University Libraries Golden Knights Novel Chat will host a discussion of The Island of Sea Women by Lisa See Thurs, March 4 at 5 pm via Zoom. To add this to your calendar, click here. For more details, click here. From Amazon:  Mi-ja and Young-sook, two girls living … Continue reading Golden Knights Novel Chat to read The Island of Sea Women

Message from Dean Lado on behalf of Search Committee for Dean of School of Arts & Sciences

University Community, The Search Committee for the position of Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences (Professors Sean Banerjee, David Barry, Thomas Lufkin, Sumona Mondal, Elizabeth Pienkos, Lisa Propst, Devon Shipp, Dhara Trivedi, Mario Wriedt) has worked diligently over the last several months. The work of this outstanding team, consisting of representatives of the … Continue reading Message from Dean Lado on behalf of Search Committee for Dean of School of Arts & Sciences

Clarkson University Professors Receive Office of Naval Research Grant for Development of a Viscoelastic-Plastic Approach to Static Strength Prediction of Bonded Joints

With an $800,000 grant from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) Advanced Naval Platforms Division, Clarkson University Prof. Marcias Martinez (Principal Investigator) and Prof. Craig Merrett (Co-PI) from the Department of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering in collaboration with Prof. Sumona Mondal (Co-PI) from the Department of Mathematics will begin work on developing mathematical physics-based models … Continue reading Clarkson University Professors Receive Office of Naval Research Grant for Development of a Viscoelastic-Plastic Approach to Static Strength Prediction of Bonded Joints

COVID-19 Vax Versus Fiction

The St. Lawrence Health System Clinical and Rural Health Research Department is hosting an event, and we’d love to see you there. Join us for: COVID-19 Vax Versus Fiction: Answering Questions and Presenting the Facts about COVID-19 Vaccines, January 27, 2021 at 1:00 PM.Register hereKylie Broughal ’18, Infectious Disease Physician Assistant will be answering common … Continue reading COVID-19 Vax Versus Fiction

Jobs At Clarkson: Research Associate

Job Title: Research AssociatePosting Number: GF 2014000247Department: Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering This position is located in Potsdam, New York Click this quick link to find more about this job:  http://clarkson.peopleadmin.com/postings/5509 To view open positions, click “Current Positions” on the right navigation bar of the HR Web site at http://www.clarkson.edu/hr For more information, please contact the Human Resources office … Continue reading Jobs At Clarkson: Research Associate

Pandemic Fiction Meets Political Science in Clarkson University Interdisciplinary Course

A simulation of a global pandemic, which was created by a professor of literature and a professor of political science at Clarkson University to team teach their course “Violence and Reconciliation,” is extra relevant today, as levels of COVID-19 reach new highs around the world. PS: Political Science & Politics, a premier political science journal, … Continue reading Pandemic Fiction Meets Political Science in Clarkson University Interdisciplinary Course