Student Mask Expectations in Academic Buildings

There has been some confusion regarding the rules of mask-wearing and eating, drinking, and gathering in the academic buildings. When we reopened in the Fall, we posted our reopening plan, which has been updated for the spring. Before classes started last fall, you all signed the Clarkson Commitment which says in part that students commit … Continue reading Student Mask Expectations in Academic Buildings

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

Faculty Research Reminders and Notifications

Week of February 22, 2021 — 2 Upcoming Events Scheduled, see below  —  Clarkson Team Science Initiative (NEW: Click this event link to automatically add it to your calendar): As an expert in Team Science and currently president-elect for the International Network for the Science of Team Science, Dr. Steve Fiore will be presenting an … Continue reading Faculty Research Reminders and Notifications

Information From St. Lawrence County Public Health About County Vaccination Appointments This Week

Clarkson Community, St. Lawrence County Public Health gets an allotment of COVID-19 vaccine every week in addition to the allotments given to the Mass COVID-19 Vaccination Sites across NYS, including the location at Maxcy Hall at SUNY Potsdam, which has appointments at https://am-i-eligible.covid19vaccine.health.ny.gov/.  We will post the County’s availability of vaccination appointments as they are shared with … Continue reading Information From St. Lawrence County Public Health About County Vaccination Appointments This Week

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

CAMP Brown Bag Lunch Discussion Moved to March 26

Due to a conflict, the next CAMP Brown Bag Lunch Discussion has been changed to 1pm Friday March 26, with the topic being Optical Materials. Discussion leaders are Prof. Chee-Keong Tan (Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering) and Prof. Dhara Trivedi (Dept. of Physics). The goal of the CAMP Brown Bag Lunch Discussions is to provide a … Continue reading CAMP Brown Bag Lunch Discussion Moved to March 26

REMINDER: COVID-19 Vaccine Documentation

Clarkson Community, With vaccines well under way, we believe it is important to have employees to provide Clarkson with your vaccine documentation.  Based on conversations with our local medical experts about some restarting in-person activities, this information is useful in these deliberations. This information will not be shared with anyone except HR. Please log into … Continue reading REMINDER: COVID-19 Vaccine Documentation