Eclipse Celestial Celebration at Clarkson on Monday – What to Know

Monday is a Once in A Lifetime Experience!   Join students, alumni, faculty, staff, friends and family members on the Student Center Lawn and Celebrate! Telescopes, music, club booths, games, food & fun. As of Saturday morning, Monday’s forecast has sun and high 50s/low 60s*!!!!! In this communication: Record Visitors:  On the day of and hours leading up … Continue reading Eclipse Celestial Celebration at Clarkson on Monday – What to Know

Solar Eclipse Celebration – Survey on Activities

Please let us know if you’re joining the 2000+ Clarkson Members on the Lawn so we can ensure a great time for all! please complete this survey  Solar Eclipse Celebration, Monday, April 8 | 1-5 PM | Student Center Lawn For Students, Faculty, Staff & Your Families ALL CLASSES AFTER 1PM CANCELED!Join us for food, … Continue reading Solar Eclipse Celebration – Survey on Activities

Sign Up for Free Eclipse Glasses / Tips From NASA for Safe Eclipse Viewing

Based on early survey results showing many campus members still needed Eclipse glasses (and that LOTS & LOTS OF YOU ARE COMING TO THE STUDENT CENTER LAWN CELEBRATION!), Clarkson has obtained additional glasses to give out on Monday, April 8.  So that these are ready for you, please register at this link and pick up … Continue reading Sign Up for Free Eclipse Glasses / Tips From NASA for Safe Eclipse Viewing

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

Have You Missed an Email or Two? We’ve Got You Covered.

We’ll be sending you a lot of communications and we want to make sure you can find all the important info you’ll be receiving in one place. Moving forward, you’re invited to visit our new webpage dedicated to announcements and communications just for Fall 2024 incoming Clarkson students.  Here, you’ll find all of the emails that have … Continue reading Have You Missed an Email or Two? We’ve Got You Covered.

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

Clarkson University Researchers Ask Public To Report Mooneye Fish Catches

A Clarkson University research team led by graduate student David Selner, Biology Professor Tom Langen, and retired DEC fisheries biologist Doug Carlson is seeking the public’s help in trying to learn more about the distribution and abundance of Mooneye fish on North Country rivers. The mooneye is a distinctive fish that inhabits the Oswegatchie and … Continue reading Clarkson University Researchers Ask Public To Report Mooneye Fish Catches

American Red Cross Blood Drive hosted by TriBeta – April 23

On Tuesday 4/23, Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society (TriBeta) will be hosting an American Red Cross Blood Drive in Cheel Barben Rooms from 10:30am-4:30pm. Sign up to donate during tabling in the Student Center 4/16 and 4/17 from 11:00am-3:00pm or online at www.redcrossblood.org. American Red Cross promotion going on now: When you spring into action and … Continue reading American Red Cross Blood Drive hosted by TriBeta – April 23

Preparing for your Future – TIAA ‘Live’ Webinars

We are excited to share that Katherine Ryan, Integrated Solutions Director with TIAA will be holding three ‘live’ webinars in April to help employees take control and prepare for their future financial life. Start today for sure-footed savings – Early career strategies If you want to improve learn more about how to make the most … Continue reading Preparing for your Future – TIAA ‘Live’ Webinars

Clarkson University’s BOREALIS Scholars Present Research at Northeast Bioengineering Conference

Two first-year students from Clarkson University’s Bioengineering Research Education to Accelerate Innovation in STEM (BOREALIS) Scholars program, Rose Leader and Ciara Nuesi, recently presented their research at the recent Northeast Bioengineering Conference (NEBEC). The conference, hosted by the Stevens Institute of Technology, provides a platform for budding engineers and researchers to showcase their innovative work … Continue reading Clarkson University’s BOREALIS Scholars Present Research at Northeast Bioengineering Conference

Clarkson’s Celebration and Recognition of Excellence Weekend (CREW) Thursday, Friday, & Saturday, April 18-20, 2024

Honoring the outstanding achievements of our faculty, staff, and students in research, scholarship, leadership, innovation, community engagement, and more.  Friends, family, and supporters are welcome to attend. www.clarkson.edu/crew.  Thursday, April 18 12:00p STEM QUEST Friday, April 19 8:00a-5:00p Research and Project Showcase (RAPS) Saturday, April 20  10:00a School and Institute Award Ceremonies 12:00p Lunch on your own (Student Center Servery is … Continue reading Clarkson’s Celebration and Recognition of Excellence Weekend (CREW) Thursday, Friday, & Saturday, April 18-20, 2024

Healthcare Management MBA Alumna and Health Advisory Council Member Empowers Young Leaders Through Sports

Kelsey Madden, an esteemed alumna of the Clarkson University Healthcare Management MBA program and a dedicated member of the Health Advisory Council, recently spearheaded an empowering event for young women athletes in Albany, NY. Titled “Girls Who Play Sports Become Women Who Lead,” the program brought together over 50 promising individuals from Albany PAL, Boys … Continue reading Healthcare Management MBA Alumna and Health Advisory Council Member Empowers Young Leaders Through Sports

David A Walsh Arts & Science Seminar Monday April 15th: Ed Dzialowski

David A Walsh Arts & Science Seminar Monday April 15th: Ed Dzialowski, Professor, Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies, Department of Biological Sciences, University of North Texas will speak on “Comparative Developmental Physiology.” Bio: Ed Dzialowski received his B.A. degree in Biology at Kalamazoo College. He completed his graduate studies at Drexel University with a … Continue reading David A Walsh Arts & Science Seminar Monday April 15th: Ed Dzialowski

Jobs at Clarkson

Counselor I (Potsdam, NY) Counselors and Therapists, are you looking for a position with creative and enthusiastic co-workers in a supportive work setting?  Clarkson University’s Counseling Center is hiring master-level, licensed professionals to join their team to join our team In August.  The primary responsibility for this position is individual and crisis counseling for enrolled … Continue reading Jobs at Clarkson