CURE Continues This Week

CURE participants will convene this Wednesday, June 16 for Week 2 of Contemplate, Unplug, Renew and Energize. There’s still time to join CURE 2021: Please click to register (

It was pleasing to see introductions, connections, and a light hearted environment at last week’s session. Thank you Alex French for an informative talk on Clarkson’s trail and forest lands development. Thank you also to Ana Thomas and Jud Mills for the inside peek at Downtown Potsdam campus development. 

This week, guests will share thoughts coming out of last week’s question of “what went well for you this year?” and begin to consider “what will we carry forward?”. Questions followed by thought provoking reflection, as well as the option to explore new destinations will continue. 

The Institute for STEM Ed welcomes Clarkson faculty and staff to join the CURE experience Wednesdays, June 9, 16, and 23, 2021. Connections are made at CURE! Welcome newcomers and past CURE participants alike!

As a CURE guest, you will be treated to assorted refreshments for outdoor, safely-spaced ‘mix and mingle’ beginning at 8:00 AM Eastern on the beautiful Brasso Patio, Student Center, Potsdam campus.

Each week CURE will feature brief general sessions, thought generating group discussion, outdoor adventure and featured guests like Alex French, Lisa Hoover, Tom Langen, Anna Thomas. 

CURE is in its third year with a renewed focus of being a catalyst in the Clarkson community for its members to come together for planning and solution discovery in a series of sessions focused on exploration rather than constrained by a pre-set agenda. 

CURE event poster with collagues of images, river, coffee cub, two women walking

If you have questions about CURE, please reach out to a CURE Coordinator listed below. 

CURE Coordinators: 

Ben Galluzzo, Associate Professor / Head of the Clarkson School / Associate Director Institute for STEM Education,

Alex Cohen, Assistant Professor of Political Science / Associate Director of Faculty Support,

Laura Perry, Director of Academic Technology and Support,, 315-267-6857.

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