Message from VP for External Relations Kelly Chezum Some Weekend Reading for Those who Want to Become More Politically Active: Statement on Student Voting & College Political Campaign-Related Activities in 2020 from American Council on Education Clarkson Community, Political activities and campaigning are already well underway in the presidential and congressional races as well as … Continue reading Political Activities/ Candidates
On a limited basis starting next week, Clarkson will begin welcoming future students to tour campus by appointment and under specific guidelines and protocols that maintain the safety of the campus community. They will stay in individual family units and follow tour routes that are predominantly outside and inside where there is less density. … Continue reading Future Students to Begin Touring Campus on Limited Basis Starting Next Week
The mission of the National Society of Black Engineers is “to increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community.” NSBE envisions a world in which engineering is a mainstream word in homes and communities of color, and all Black students can envision themselves as engineers. … Continue reading NSBE MIXER Monday Sept. 21st from 7 to 8 p.m.
Faculty and Staff Seminar Announcement: David A. Walsh ‘67 Seminar Series Friday, Sept 18th @ 1:00 pm via Zoom: https://clarkson.zoom.us/j/91964159341
False Confessions & Flawed Interrogations: Presentation by Huwe Burton Thursday, October 8, 5:30-6:30pm In 1991, Huwe Burton was wrongfully convicted and spent 19 years in prison for a crime he did not commit before he was released on parole in 2009. In 2019, Mr. Burton was exonerated after a judge determined he was coerced into … Continue reading False Confessions & Flawed Interrogations: Presentation by Huwe Burton
Attention Student Leaders:Are you challenged with recruiting and retaining members/officers in your organization in a virtual, COVID world? Are you struggling to balance work, school, life, and your student leadership responsibilities? Do you want a chance to win $500 of YOUR CLUB’s branded merchandise? This training is for you!What: Swift Kick Leadership Training on Stress Management and Recruiting/Engaging … Continue reading Student Organization Leadership Training + $500 in Merch – Wednesday!
TEXT BREAKERSThis Friday, 9/18 from 5-6pRegister: thecollege.fun/CLARKSONtext Compete against other student teams in this interactive, text message game show! Text Breakers plays hilarious texting games and competitions similar to popular TV game shows and spans more genres than just trivia, including drawing, music, and more. The best part is that all answers are texted in from … Continue reading Text Breakers Game Show Tonight!
LAST DAY! Did we mention that the faculty discount can be applied on top of this?Clearance Sale- Take another 50% Off Clearance ItemsFrom 8/14-8/18, our clearance section that is already marked at 50% off, take another 50% off the red tag marked price!Example: An item that was marked from $40 to $20 with a red tag, … Continue reading Last Day Clearance Sale
Textbook ReturnsIn the coming weeks the University Bookstore will begin processing textbook returns back to the publishers. If we have books on-hand that you would like us to keep in-store for future use, please notify Evan at: email@example.com Please include the following information:Book Title you would like heldISBNDepartment- Course- Section the book is attached to.
How much we are really willing to pay for more resilient and sustainable electricity. Can a common energy vision be supported by the public, big energy interests, and governments? Join us on Zoom where Dr. Bird will examine these topics and share a glimpse of the potential future of the energy transition.