Clarkson University Graduate Student Lissette Fernandez Awarded Structural Engineering Institute Structures Congress Student Scholarship

Clarkson University Civil and Environmental Engineering Ph.D. student Lissette Fernandez has been awarded a scholarship to attend the Structural Engineering Institute (SEI) Structures Congress April 24-27, 2019 in Orlando. She was one of 20 scholarship recipients worldwide. The goal of the program is to assist SEI student members to develop and expand their professional opportunities … Continue reading Clarkson University Graduate Student Lissette Fernandez Awarded Structural Engineering Institute Structures Congress Student Scholarship

Clarkson Professor Receives Grant for Collaborative Project with the University of Wyoming

The Dassault Systèmes U.S. Foundation has awarded Dr. Pat Piperni, Associate Professor in Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering at Clarkson University, a grant in collaboration with the University of Wyoming. The main objective of the project is to train students to participate in collaborative projects involving challenging engineering design problems.   With this project, Clarkson and … Continue reading Clarkson Professor Receives Grant for Collaborative Project with the University of Wyoming

Clarkson Robotics Team 229 Competes in Montreal

Clarkson University sponsored FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) Team 229 attended the Montreal “Festival De Robotique” regional competition from February 28th through March 2nd at Olympic Stadium.  FRC Team 229 consists of 21 high school students from the Massena and Norwood-Norfolk school districts mentored by 12 Clarkson University undergraduate students from a variety of majors.  The … Continue reading Clarkson Robotics Team 229 Competes in Montreal

Do You Know How To Save A Life?

Do You Know How To Save A Life? Stop the Bleed is a nationwide initiative designed to give the everyday person training for handling life-threatening bleeding. The intent is to create an environment on campus and in our community in which everyone feels capable in saving a life. Clarkson University EMS is currently offering this … Continue reading Do You Know How To Save A Life?

Do You Know How To Save A Life?

Stop the Bleed is a nationwide initiative designed to give the everyday person training for handling life-threatening bleeding. The intent is to create an environment on campus and in our community in which everyone feels capable in saving a life. Clarkson University EMS is currently offering this training to any organization or individual for free! … Continue reading Do You Know How To Save A Life?

BLACKHAWK HELICOPTERS VISITING CLARKSON

We would like to welcome any faculty, staff, students, friends, and family to join us on 14 March 2019 between 2pm and 530pm to view the 2 Blackhawks landing on the Pit Lawn located across from Kinney’s in Potsdam, NY. We ask that anyone who comes stay behind the engineer tape for their safety. There … Continue reading BLACKHAWK HELICOPTERS VISITING CLARKSON

In the First Study of Its Kind, Clarkson Professor Finds That Feelings of Energy Are Distinct/Different From Feelings of Fatigue

Assistant Physical Therapy Professor Ali Boolani has published a study on identifying factors predicting feelings of energy and fatigue in graduate health science students, using multiple domains. The goal of the study was to determine if energy and fatigue mood states are “two sides of one coin or two different coins,” said Boolani.   The … Continue reading In the First Study of Its Kind, Clarkson Professor Finds That Feelings of Energy Are Distinct/Different From Feelings of Fatigue

Campus Incident

Campus Safety & Security is looking into a complaint of a missing red X, photo attached. The X letter was taken from the Student Center on Saturday March 2, 2019 at 12:22p, we have photos and video of the individual taking the letter as well as an accomplice, although, we prefer to have the students do the … Continue reading Campus Incident

Do You Know How To Save A Life?

Stop the Bleed is a nationwide initiative designed to give the everyday person training for handling life-threatening bleeding. The intent is to create an environment on campus and in our community in which everyone feels capable in saving a life. Clarkson University EMS is currently offering this training to any organization or individual for free! … Continue reading Do You Know How To Save A Life?

Clarkson University Students Participate in Read Across America at Lawrence Ave. Elementary School

Several students and friends of Clarkson University’s Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) spent time on Friday reading to students at Lawrence Avenue Elementary School as part of Read Across America. Read Across America is an annual reading motivation and awareness program that calls for every child in every community to celebrate reading on March 1, the birthday of children’s author Dr. Seuss. HEOP has been taking … Continue reading Clarkson University Students Participate in Read Across America at Lawrence Ave. Elementary School