Clarkson University Researchers Ask Public To Report Mooneye Fish Catches

A Clarkson University research team led by graduate student David Selner, Biology Professor Tom Langen, and retired DEC fisheries biologist Doug Carlson is seeking the public’s help in trying to learn more about the distribution and abundance of Mooneye fish on North Country rivers. The mooneye is a distinctive fish that inhabits the Oswegatchie and … Continue reading Clarkson University Researchers Ask Public To Report Mooneye Fish Catches

Clarkson University’s BOREALIS Scholars Present Research at Northeast Bioengineering Conference

Two first-year students from Clarkson University’s Bioengineering Research Education to Accelerate Innovation in STEM (BOREALIS) Scholars program, Rose Leader and Ciara Nuesi, recently presented their research at the recent Northeast Bioengineering Conference (NEBEC). The conference, hosted by the Stevens Institute of Technology, provides a platform for budding engineers and researchers to showcase their innovative work … Continue reading Clarkson University’s BOREALIS Scholars Present Research at Northeast Bioengineering Conference

Great Day for Clarkson IHSA at Regional Competition!

Announcement from Clarkson Equestrian Team The Clarkson IHSA equestrian team had a fantastic day at the Zone 2 Region 2 Regional competition this past Saturday at St. Lawrence University! This year’s hard work definitely paid off for our four Regional competitors! Senior Eric Carlson placed fourth in Introductory Senior Abigail Faul placed fourth out of … Continue reading Great Day for Clarkson IHSA at Regional Competition!

Laurel Kuxhaus Inducted into the 2024 Class of the AIMBE College of Fellows

The American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) has announced the induction of Laurel Kuxhaus Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Clarkson University to its College of Fellows. Election to the AIMBE College of Fellows is among the highest professional distinctions accorded to medical and biological engineers, comprised of the top two percent … Continue reading Laurel Kuxhaus Inducted into the 2024 Class of the AIMBE College of Fellows

Clarkson University Offering Special 2024 Summer Tuition Price for Undergraduate Courses

As part of an effort to help keep undergraduate students on track with their academic and career goals, Clarkson University is once again offering a special summer tuition price. Clarkson students and eligible undergraduate students from other higher education institutions are eligible for the special waiver. Options include both on-campus courses in Potsdam and more … Continue reading Clarkson University Offering Special 2024 Summer Tuition Price for Undergraduate Courses

Clarkson University Announces New Cybersecurity Masters Program

As dependence on the Internet continues to rapidly grow, so too does the need to safeguard our online world. Clarkson University is rising to meet this challenge by offering a new Masters degree in Cybersecurity.   The new STEM-designated program will offer students an interdisciplinary approach where students will have a diverse range of choices. … Continue reading Clarkson University Announces New Cybersecurity Masters Program

Clarkson University Professor Speaks at National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine Workshop

Clarkson University Computer Science Professor Jeanna Matthews recently spoke at a workshop held by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine focused on law enforcement use of probabilistic genotyping, forensic DNA phenotyping, and forensic investigative genetic genealogy technologies. The workshop ran March 13 and 14 at the National Academy of Sciences Building in Washington … Continue reading Clarkson University Professor Speaks at National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine Workshop

Clarkson in The Conversation – Proteins in milk and blood could one day let doctors detect breast cancer earlier – and save lives

Ph.D. Candidate in Chemistry and Biochemistry Danielle Whitham was recently published in The Conversation. Whitham published a story titled “Proteins in milk and blood could one day let doctors detect breast cancer earlier – and save lives.” Read the story here.

Clarkson University Women’s Hockey Team Hosts Minnesota in NCAA Quarterfinal Regional

The Clarkson Golden Knights will make their 12th NCAA Tournament appearance when they host an NCAA Quarterfinal Regional at Cheel Arena on Saturday March 16 at 2 p.m. Clarkson was awarded the No. 4 seed in the national field and will host the No. 5 seed Minnesota Golden Gophers. These two teams have only met … Continue reading Clarkson University Women’s Hockey Team Hosts Minnesota in NCAA Quarterfinal Regional

Clarkson University Professor Recognized as a Top 10 Volunteer for Pathful Connect

Craig Merrett, associate professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Clarkson University, has recently been recognized by Pathful Connect as one of its Top 10 Volunteers for 2023. Pathful Connect, formerly known as Nepris, is an educational service provider that connects K-12 classrooms in remote or underserved areas with industry professionals across the country. Merrett … Continue reading Clarkson University Professor Recognized as a Top 10 Volunteer for Pathful Connect