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

March 13-15, 2024: Navigating Change Workshops and Coaching – All Faculty and Staff Welcome

Stressed at work? Worried about the future? Frustrated by change? You are not alone. Please consider joining us at workshops designed to help you navigate challenging times, at Clarkson and beyond.  We welcome executive coach, consultant and former Golden Knight, Jennifer deCoste, PhD back to the Potsdam campus as she leads a powerful series of … Continue reading March 13-15, 2024: Navigating Change Workshops and Coaching – All Faculty and Staff Welcome

Four Riders from Clarkson IHSA Team Qualify for Regional Competition

This announcement comes from the Clarkson IHSA equestrian team student organization. The Clarkson IHSA equestrian team completed their final regular-season shows this past Saturday and Sunday at St. Lawrence University. All of our riders had a great season, and we are very excited to see our Regional qualifiers at the Zone 2 Region 2 Regional … Continue reading Four Riders from Clarkson IHSA Team Qualify for Regional Competition

Portion of ERC Lot Closed for Admissions Event starting TONIGHT

On Friday, March 1st, Undergraduate Admissions is hosting an event for accepted students and families. For this event, Campus Safety & Security will be blocking off some parking in the ERC Lot (lot between ERC, CAMP, Townhouses and Science Center) TONIGHT (February 29th) for guests to park Friday morning (March 1st). Normal parking in this … Continue reading Portion of ERC Lot Closed for Admissions Event starting TONIGHT

Reading of Children’s Book – Student Capstone and Internship

DEPARTMENT OF OCCUPATIONAL  THERAPY Join us for a reading of the children’s book “Finding MyRainbow” followed by a focus group.  This book was written by a student in the Occupational Therapy Department, Shelbi Dufrane as part of her capstone project and illustrated by Michela Farella, a Communications, Media, & Design student. Children of all ages … Continue reading Reading of Children’s Book – Student Capstone and Internship

Clarkson Professor Jiang Receives NSF CAREER Award for Power Grid Research

Yazhou “Leo” Jiang, Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Clarkson University, has been awarded the National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Award for his research titled “Managing uncertainties in renewable powered grids.” CAREER is NSF’s most prestigious award in support of early-career faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in … Continue reading Clarkson Professor Jiang Receives NSF CAREER Award for Power Grid Research

Clarkson Professor McCrum Receives NSF CAREER Award for Electrocatalysis Research

Ian McCrum, an assistant professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Clarkson University has been awarded the National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Award for his research titled “Predictive design and control of the electrode/electrolyte interface for improved electrocatalysis.” The $601k in funding begins on June 1, 2024 and is good through May 31, 2029. Electrocatalytic … Continue reading Clarkson Professor McCrum Receives NSF CAREER Award for Electrocatalysis Research

Horizons Program Assistants

WE ARE HIRING!! Horizons Program is a six-day overnight camp that aims to create a supportive community of peers that leads campers toward exploring a wide variety of STEAM fields (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics). Horizons Program Assistants (PAs) will work closely with Clarkson University faculty and staff to help equip school-age participants with … Continue reading Horizons Program Assistants

Lewis School of Health Sciences Newsletter: February 2024

Message From the Founding Dean Welcome to the February edition of our Earl R. and Barbara D. Lewis School of Health Sciences Newsletter. As the Lewis School continues to lead in preparing highly trained professionals to meet rural and distance-challenged healthcare environments, we have news about our new EMS Education Department in this issue. We also … Continue reading Lewis School of Health Sciences Newsletter: February 2024

Panel Discussion on Food Insecurity

The CU Pantry, under the Office of the Dean of Students, will be hosting a panel discussion on food insecurity on March 6th, starting at 6:00PM in the Student Center Multi-Purpose rooms.  Our panelists for the event include Cathy McNamara: Associate Vice President of Academic Support & Student Engagement, Miranda Wolf: Clarkson University graduate student … Continue reading Panel Discussion on Food Insecurity

Clarkson’s Got Talent

Clarkson’s Got Talent Annual Event brought to you by OSL, CUB, Jazz Ensemble, Dance Ensemble, Clarkson Orchestra, and WTSC will be held in the Student Center Forum on March 1,2024 from  7:00-9:00 PM.  Come show off your talents to your friends!  The top three winners get a prize!  Check out our event on Knight Life!