Thank you!

The Registrar’s Office would like to thank all faculty and course instructors for their hard work and dedication during what has been a particularly difficult year. We would like to recognize the CRC Healthcare Data Analytics Department for being the first department to fully grade all of their rosters for the Spring 2021 Quarter Term. We sincerely … Continue reading Thank you!

Webinar and Materials Available from “The Pandemic’s Impact on Student Needs and Preferences”

Purpose: Inform Action: Read From: Office of Faculty Achievement Colleagues The recorded webinar and presentation materials for the webinar “The Pandemic’s Impact on Student Needs and Preferences” held on May 4, 2021 are available on the Office of Faculty Achievement Teaching and Learning Resources – Seminars and Workshops webpage (https://sites.clarkson.edu/academic-affairs/office-of-faculty-achievement/teaching-and-learning-resources/seminars-workshops/eab-seminar-student-needs-and-preferences/).

2021 Holiday Observances and Summer Hours

Thank you to everyone for your flexibility, dedication and living the Clarkson values over the last 13 months.  We have all faced different challenges during COVID-19  and we continue to defy convention not only in our family life but also in leading the way for Clarkson to continue to provide a high quality and personalized … Continue reading 2021 Holiday Observances and Summer Hours

Clarkson Adopting NYS Travel Guidelines Based on Vaccination Status

Effective April 19,2021, Clarkson University will adopt New York State guidelines.  Employees who are fully vaccinated will no longer have to fill out the personal travel form moving forward.  Employees are still required to seek pre-approval via the Travel Authorization (TA) form before any University-funded travel.”  Clarkson University will follow NYS recommendations for domestic travel: … Continue reading Clarkson Adopting NYS Travel Guidelines Based on Vaccination Status

Call for Applications: 2021 Reimagine Education Awards

All faculty at Clarkson University are invited to submit applications to the 2021 Wharton-QS Reimagine Education Awards. The Reimagine Education Awards are designed to offer universities a chance to shine a light upon their outstanding teaching initiatives. With students seeking more independent quality assurance regarding the quality of teaching at potential study destinations, the Awards are … Continue reading Call for Applications: 2021 Reimagine Education Awards

Faculty: Get Support and Grow Impact by Joining a STEM Ed Task Force

Looking for faculty career development, funding, training or outreach opportunities? Join a STEM Ed Task Force. “Our Task Forces bring together diverse voices from the campus community,” said Katie Kavanagh, Director of Clarkson’s Institute for STEM Education, “creating new ideas to help Clarkson faculty to solve problems and meet their goals.”  Read on to find … Continue reading Faculty: Get Support and Grow Impact by Joining a STEM Ed Task Force

Michelle Crimi Appointed Interim Dean of the Graduate School

The Office of the Provost is pleased to announce that Michelle Crimi, Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering and Engineering & Management, has been appointed interim dean of the Graduate School, effective April 12, 2021. She will succeed Kerop Janoyan, who assumed the role of Provost at LaVerne University on April 5, 2021.  Under Janoyan’s … Continue reading Michelle Crimi Appointed Interim Dean of the Graduate School

Clarkson Professor Wins 2021 Perugia Press Prize

Rebecca Pelky, an assistant professor of film studies at Clarkson University, won the Perugia Press Prize for her story-in-poems called Through A Red Place. Pelky weaves into the collection her research into her Native and non-Native heritage in Wisconsin using archival documents and images of her ancestors. Written in English and Mohegan, Through a Red … Continue reading Clarkson Professor Wins 2021 Perugia Press Prize

Marlaina Martin, Candidate for Assistant Professor of African American or Indigenous American Studies

Job Talk Title:  Validly Undefined: Bodies, Catharsis, and Reflection in Black Women’s Media Production Job Talk Description: Cognizant of histories in which Black women’s bodies were not legally considered ‘their own,’ and of media systems that continue to widely discount and hypersexualize Black women characters, this presentation examines why and how some Black women media-makers … Continue reading Marlaina Martin, Candidate for Assistant Professor of African American or Indigenous American Studies

Scott Fulton to be Named Professor Emeritus at Clarkson University

Clarkson University Professor of Mathematics Scott R. Fulton has been named professor emeritus for exemplary service to the University. Formal recognition will take place at commencement, which is tentatively planned for this spring. Throughout the past 35 years, Fulton has accrued a distinguished record of excellence in research, teaching and service. Fulton has impacted several … Continue reading Scott Fulton to be Named Professor Emeritus at Clarkson University