Christina Dutch ’91 Elected to Clarkson University Board of Trustees

Clarkson University alumna Christina Dutch ’91 of Morristown, N.J., has been elected to Clarkson’s Board of Trustees. She will serve as a member of the Audit committee.   Dutch is a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) with more than 20 years of experience in assurance and business advisory services. She is primarily focused on serving higher education … Continue reading Christina Dutch ’91 Elected to Clarkson University Board of Trustees

Daniel Andreescu Receives Promotion to Associate Professor at Clarkson University

Clarkson University President Tony Collins has announced that Daniel Andreescu has been promoted from assistant professor to associate professor of chemistry & biomolecular science in the School of Arts & Sciences. Andreescu also serves as Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Science instrumentation manager. Andreescu’s research interests are in analytical methods for qualitative and quantitative investigations … Continue reading Daniel Andreescu Receives Promotion to Associate Professor at Clarkson University

New Expert Requests from “The Conversation:

1. Central Park Karen: Pegged to the increasing popularity of the insult “Karen” – most recently used to describe the white woman in Central Park who called the police on an African-American bird watcher – we’re looking for a sociolinguist to write an article that goes into some of the history of using common names as … Continue reading New Expert Requests from “The Conversation:

Tutoring for 2020 Summer Classes

The Student Success Center is happy to announce that students can request tutoring for summer courses by going to their MyCU page and clicking the “accommodations & tutoring” box.  Tutoring will be provided through a virtual format.  Feel free to contact Kate Mikel, Associate Director/Tutor Coordinator, at with any questions.

The Registrar’s Office Year in Review

The Registrar’s office is part of Student Administrative Services (SAS) at Clarkson University. The office is responsible for maintaining the official academic record for all students, upholding academic policy, and safeguarding student information while ensuring students’ right to access are upheld. But, what do we DO? The five members of the Registrar’s office work in … Continue reading The Registrar’s Office Year in Review

Good Knight – Clarkson SWE

As we work through a challenging time – each of us focusing on doing all the right things in the face of uncertainty – your extended Clarkson family is thinking of you. Each evening, we hope to share a story of good things, Good Knights, as a way to remind each of us that, despite … Continue reading Good Knight – Clarkson SWE

Expert Requests from “The Conversation”

New Expert Requests: 1. Public bathrooms and the pandemic: How easily does the coronavirus spread in public bathrooms? And are there ways to stay safe using them in parks, restaurants and elsewhere? We’re looking for a health scholar to write a short article explaining the risks and best practices for staying safe when you’ve got to … Continue reading Expert Requests from “The Conversation”

NSF Information from SRS

Dear Clarkson Community: Some of you may have heard directly from the National Science Foundation (NSF) that effective Jun 1, 2020 only NSF-approved formats may be used for the biographical sketch (biosketch) and the current & pending (C&P) documents uploaded for proposals. There are two formats currently approved to create biosketches and C&P documents: (1)  SciENcv: Science Experts Network Curriculum Vitae and … Continue reading NSF Information from SRS

STEM LEAF Survey for Potential Oral History Interviewees

Dear Faculty,  In support of the STEM LEAF Project (Clarkson University’s NSF ADVANCE grant,, please take 2 minutes to complete the survey at link below. The purpose of this survey is to allow you to provide us with four pieces of data (gender, race/ethnicity, number of years at Clarkson University, and discipline) regarding female … Continue reading STEM LEAF Survey for Potential Oral History Interviewees

Clarkson Ignite Research Innovation Fund

In a highly interconnected, interdependent, and interactive world, disease outbreaks, epidemics, and pandemics will continue to challenge our global community. The current COVID-19 pandemic is an acute example of the numerous societal challenges associated with an epidemic. This outbreak marks the third time, in recent years, that a coronavirus has caused severe disease and death … Continue reading Clarkson Ignite Research Innovation Fund