Clarkson University Mourns the Death of Former Professor A. George Davis

A. George Davis Retired in 1993 after serving Clarkson for 40 years. Former Clarkson University Professor A. George Davis passed away Tuesday.   As shared in his locally published obituary, a memorial service will be held once pandemic concerns diminish, on a date to be determined. In lieu of flowers, donations are requested – George particularly … Continue reading Clarkson University Mourns the Death of Former Professor A. George Davis

Clarkson Graduate Student Receives American Chemical Society Award

Robert Stanton, a second-year graduate student in physics has received the 2020 Graduate Student Award from the Division of Environmental Chemistry (ENVR) of the American Chemical Society (ACS). The award recognizes graduate students who are working in areas related to environmental chemistry and engineering. The award is based on student transcripts and their record of … Continue reading Clarkson Graduate Student Receives American Chemical Society Award

Join the FYS Team, Last week to apply!

Meet new people and get involved Join the FYS team Learn more at one of the FYS Information sessions: February 24th OR 25th @ 6pm https://clarkson.zoom.us/j/96835293016 Reasons to become a Peer Educator Leadership & Professional Development Networking across the Clarkson community 3 hour work minimum Additional hours available with flexible scheduling Priority: freshmen, sophomores, Student … Continue reading Join the FYS Team, Last week to apply!

RA Application Deadline has been EXTENDED!!

The RA Application deadline has been EXTENDED!  The new deadline for applications is 4:30pm on Friday, February 26.  If you are interested in applying to be an RA for the 2021-2022 academic year, you can find the application materials on the Residence Life page on KnightLife under the “Documents” section – just make sure that you’re … Continue reading RA Application Deadline has been EXTENDED!!

Students, please take our Food Insecurity Survey!

This semester’s Sophomore Honors Project Class is tackling food insecurity on Clarkson’s Hill campus. This survey’s purpose is to better understand students’ experience with food and possible food insecurity and how Clarkson could mitigate it. EVEN IF YOU DON’T THINK YOU EXPERIENCE FOOD INSECURITY AT CLARKSON, WE WOULD STILL LIKE TO HEAR FROM YOU. This … Continue reading Students, please take our Food Insecurity Survey!

“Thrifty Thursday” Free Starbucks

Don’t miss the Student Success Center’s Thrifty Thursday! Today’s topic: Student Loans, What did I sign up for?! A short video by the West Group followed by Q&A FREE STARBUCKS for those who ATTEND Today, Thursday @ 1pmZoom link here West Group’s Office Hours Sign up to discuss your individual financial goals!  Want to buy a car, planning to move off-campus etc…get … Continue reading “Thrifty Thursday” Free Starbucks

Clarkson Partners With 10-in-10 to Offer The Gigatonne Challenge Focused on Saving the Environment

Clarkson University has partnered with 10-in-10, an organization aimed at tackling 10 global challenges in 10 years, to offer The Gigatonne Challenge to anyone interested in learning more about and taking action on reducing our carbon footprint. The next sprint of the Gigatonne Challenge will take place from April 12 to 23. The Gigatonne Challenge … Continue reading Clarkson Partners With 10-in-10 to Offer The Gigatonne Challenge Focused on Saving the Environment

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

Clarkson President Named Chair of the Association of Independent Technological Universities

Clarkson University President Tony Collins has been named Chair of the Association of Independent Technological Universities (AITU). The AITU is an organization of leading private American technological universities and colleges whose mission is to play a vital role in securing the future of American competitiveness in the global marketplace. “This is a critical time for … Continue reading Clarkson President Named Chair of the Association of Independent Technological Universities

SNAP Benefits Expanded for Millions of College Students through Coronavirus Relief Aid

Rates of Food Insecurity Rise Due to Pandemic A small provision included in the latest round of federal coronavirus relief aid could have a big impact on the wellbeing of college students across the country and right here at Clarkson. The federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) was expanded as part of the sweeping relief … Continue reading SNAP Benefits Expanded for Millions of College Students through Coronavirus Relief Aid