Are you ready for a break? Do you want to learn about the innovative resources in the ERC and have fun doing so? Then plan on stopping by the ERC tomorrow – Friday, October 22nd – to visit up to 15 stations of information. Begin at the registration desk to get your “ticket” then visit … Continue reading Ignite Fest – Friday, October 22nd
Financial Aid 101 The Student Success Workshop Series is a ten-week program, sponsored by the Student Success Center. This Friday, join us to review the basics of Financial Aid. We will discuss some common financial aid lingo, the FAFSA process, requirements to maintain aid eligibility, and what aid options are available. Please join us for … Continue reading SSC Workshop – Financial Aid 101
Phalanx presents Advice from Alumni featuring Dr. Michelle Crimi. Dr. Michelle Crimi is a Phalanx alumni, the Dean of the Graduate School, and an esteemed civil engineering professor. Join us TODAY, in getting to know her leadership journey through her years at Clarkson and how those experiences carried on after. Followed by a Q&A session. … Continue reading Phalanx Presents : Advice from Alumni ft. Dr. Michelle Crimi
Come Out, Stay Out! Join the Gender Sexuality Alliance for a film screening with Mel Orpen, and you all will get the opportunity to watch two of Mel’s short films focused on LGBTQ+ themes, and speak with Mel regarding the films and their topics.
Trespassing Across America Tuesday, Nov 2, 2021 Snell 213 From the Alberta oil sands to the Gulf Coast of Texas, hear about the world’s first modern journey across private property, which trespassed over the Great Plains to answer the question: What is our personal responsibility as stewards of the land? Ken Ilgunas walked 1,700 miles … Continue reading Env. activist presentation: Trespassing Across America
Ernesto Moralez, St. Lawrence University Professor of Public Health, will present Addressing Health Disparities in the 21st Century: Thinking Further Upstream at the next Clarkson University Science Café on Wednesday, October 27 at 7:15 pm. The traditional framework for improving the health of a community by promoting physical activity, healthy eating and tobacco regulations is … Continue reading Addressing Health Disparities in the 21st Century: Thinking Further Upstream at Next Clarkson University Science Café
Stop by the Student Center for a tabling by the Gender Sexuality Alliance and the Chief Inclusion Office! We will have a button-making machine and you can create custom pronoun pins. We will have information about different pronouns and what they mean as well as different LGBTQ+ flags and pride items. We can’t wait to … Continue reading International Pronouns Day
Interested in Performing for Black Solidarity Day on November 1, 2021 from 4-7, Black Leaders Advocating for Change hosting Black Solidarity day in the student center forum. In possible collaboration with SUNY Potsdam. Showcasing black history and culture through performances of music, poetry, dance, and more. Interest Form Here: https://forms.gle/qRnCDP6KDq11rYbT6