Photography Contest Accepting Submissions!

The Office of Student Life (OSL) is hosting a keystone CU Spotlight event: A photography competition! The theme this year is “Nature’s Finest.” Take your best photo of absolutely anything that is outdoors! Whether this is your friends hiking or a beautiful forest, the world is your canvas. We are accepting submissions from today until … Continue reading Photography Contest Accepting Submissions!

Student Break Room available today and tomorrow during Career Fair

Please visit the Ignite Innovation Lounge / Student Break Room in CUSA 121 today and Thursday from 11 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Play innovation games, use a 3-D printing pen, build an IoT car – or just use it as a quiet place to de-stress and gather your thoughts between visiting tables at the Career Fair.

Interested in Studying Abroad?

Interested in Studying Abroad?  Come learn more about some or our partners! Join us tomorrow, Wednesday, September 19 in ERC 102 (classroom next to the stage) 12:00 – Delft Technical University, Netherlands – Aero and Mechanical Majors only 12:30 – Queensland University of Technology, Australia Information for more upcoming events can be found at this link: https://clarkson-horizons.symplicity.com/?s=event Hope to … Continue reading Interested in Studying Abroad?

Drug Free Schools and Communities Act

From:  The President’s office and Campus Safety & Security. R.E.:   Drug Free Schools and Communities Act. Each year, drinking affects college students, as well as college communities, and families. The consequences of drinking include: Death: 1,825 college students between the ages of 18 and 24 die each year from alcohol-related unintentional injuries. Assault: More than 690,000 students between the … Continue reading Drug Free Schools and Communities Act

Invitation to Participate in a Graduate Healthcare Student Research Study

Hi! You are receiving this email because you are a student, staff, or faculty member at Clarkson University.  Your email address was obtained with the permission of the Dean of Students and the Vice President for External Relations.  Our names are Nathan Smith and Tanner Davis.  We are second year PA students, and we would like to invite you … Continue reading Invitation to Participate in a Graduate Healthcare Student Research Study

Clarkson University Libraries Workshop — Papers Are Coming: Prepare for Your Research Project

Dear Clarkson Faculty and Staff, REMINDER: The Clarkson University Libraries will offer our second workshop of the fall tonight, Sept. 12 at 5pm in Rowley Lab 142 or remotely by Adobe Connect. (To attend remotely please click here.) Papers Are Coming: Prepare for Your Research Project is geared toward students and will discuss how to … Continue reading Clarkson University Libraries Workshop — Papers Are Coming: Prepare for Your Research Project

Research Project Workshop on Sept. 12

Dear Clarkson Faculty and Staff, The Clarkson University Libraries will offer our second workshop of the fall Sept. 12 at 5pm in Rowley Lab 142 or remotely by Adobe Connect. (To attend remotely please click here.) Papers Are Coming: Prepare for Your Research Project is geared toward students and will discuss how to get started … Continue reading Research Project Workshop on Sept. 12

NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program — Informational Meeting for Graduate and Undergraduate Students

The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program Informational Meeting for Graduate and Undergraduate Students September 10, 6:30 PM Price Hall Classroom  The purpose of the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) is to help ensure the vitality and diversity of the scientific and engineering workforce in the United States.  The program recognizes and supports outstanding students who … Continue reading NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program — Informational Meeting for Graduate and Undergraduate Students

Drug Free Schools and Communities Act

From:  The President’s Office and Campus Safety & Security. R.E.:   Drug Free Schools and Communities Act. Each year, drinking affects college students, as well as college communities, and families. The consequences of drinking include: Death: 1,825 college students between the ages of 18 and 24 die each year from alcohol-related unintentional injuries. Assault: More than 690,000 students between the … Continue reading Drug Free Schools and Communities Act