Building On Collaboration, Clarkson Alumnus Develops Acid-Neutralizing PPE

A collaborative effort that began as a first-year student business plan at Clarkson may soon set a new standard for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). A Clarkson alumnus is leading the charge, with the help of his former professor and Clarkson’s Shipley Center for Innovation. Matthew Borowiak ‘19, a chemical engineer who started his own company, … Continue reading Building On Collaboration, Clarkson Alumnus Develops Acid-Neutralizing PPE

Message from Clarkson’s Presidential Search Committee – Leadership Profile Now Posted on the Presidential Search Website

Sent on Behalf of Presidential Search Committee Co-Chairs Georgia Keresty ‘83 and Sanjeev Kulkarni ‘84 Dear University Community, On behalf of the Presidential Search Committee, thank you for your ongoing support and commitment to our search process for Clarkson’s 17th president.  The Leadership Profile is now posted to http://www.clarkson.edu/presidential-search.  It describes the expectations for the … Continue reading Message from Clarkson’s Presidential Search Committee – Leadership Profile Now Posted on the Presidential Search Website

Addressing Health Disparities in the 21st Century: Thinking Further Upstream at Next Clarkson University Science Café

Ernesto Moralez, St. Lawrence University Professor of Public Health, will present Addressing Health Disparities in the 21st Century: Thinking Further Upstream at the next Clarkson University Science Café on Wednesday, October 27 at 7:15 pm. The traditional framework for improving the health of a community by promoting physical activity, healthy eating and tobacco regulations is … Continue reading Addressing Health Disparities in the 21st Century: Thinking Further Upstream at Next Clarkson University Science Café

Clarkson in “The Conversation”

Laura Ettinger, Associate Professor of History, wrote this piece for The Conversation today. Trailblazing women who broke into engineering in the 1970s reflect on what’s changed – and what hasn’t Laura Ettinger, Clarkson University Engineering in the U.S. has long been – and continues to be – a male-dominated profession. Fifty years ago, it looked like … Continue reading Clarkson in “The Conversation”

Clarkson University Honors Former New York State Senator Betty Little with Bertrand H. Snell Award for Community Service

Clarkson University’s highest community service honor, the Bertrand H. Snell Award, was bestowed upon Betty Little, former New York State Senator, at a reception in her honor co-hosted by Clarkson President Tony Collins and University Trustees on October 15, 2021. Senator Betty Little retired from elected office after completing her ninth term representing the residents … Continue reading Clarkson University Honors Former New York State Senator Betty Little with Bertrand H. Snell Award for Community Service

Clarkson University Honors Retired NCPR Station Manager Ellen Rocco with Bertrand H. Snell Award for Community Service

Clarkson University’s highest community service honor, the Bertrand H. Snell Award, was bestowed upon Ellen Rocco, longtime station manager for North Country Public Radio (NCPR), at a reception in her honor hosted by Clarkson President Tony Collins and University Trustees on October 15, 2021. A native of Manhattan, NY, Rocco earned a bachelor’s degree in … Continue reading Clarkson University Honors Retired NCPR Station Manager Ellen Rocco with Bertrand H. Snell Award for Community Service

Clarkson University Honors Retired ANCA Executive Director Kate Fish with Bertrand H. Snell Award for Community Service

Clarkson University’s highest community service honor, the Bertrand H. Snell Award, was bestowed upon Kate Fish, retired executive director of the Adirondack North Country Association (ANCA) at a reception in her honor hosted by Clarkson President Tony Collins and University Trustees on October 15, 2021. Fish’s unyielding optimism and energy, coupled with a contagious vision … Continue reading Clarkson University Honors Retired ANCA Executive Director Kate Fish with Bertrand H. Snell Award for Community Service

Clarkson University Honors Garry F. Douglas with Bertrand H. Snell Award for Community Service

Clarkson University’s highest community service honor, the Bertrand H. Snell Award, was bestowed upon Garry F. Douglas, long-time President and CEO of the North Country Chamber of Commerce, at a reception in his honor hosted by Clarkson President Tony Collins and University Trustees on October 15, 2021. Under his leadership since 1992, the Chamber became … Continue reading Clarkson University Honors Garry F. Douglas with Bertrand H. Snell Award for Community Service

Clarkson University Honors St. Lawrence County Public Health Department, Former Director Dana McGuire, Ph.D., and Interim Director Jolene Munger with the Bertrand H. Snell Award for Community Service

Clarkson University’s highest community service honor, the Bertrand H. Snell Award, was bestowed upon the St. Lawrence County Public Health Department, including its recent former Director Dana McGuire, Ph.D., and Interim Director Jolene Munger, MPH, at a reception in their honor co-hosted by Clarkson President Tony Collins and University Trustees on October 15, 2021. The … Continue reading Clarkson University Honors St. Lawrence County Public Health Department, Former Director Dana McGuire, Ph.D., and Interim Director Jolene Munger with the Bertrand H. Snell Award for Community Service

Jumping into the Game of Research: STEM Enrichment for Local Students

Clarkson welcomed local 7-12th grade students and teachers from Norwood-Norfolk, Harrisville, Heuvelton, Colton-Pierrepont, and Brasher Falls. to campus for STEM enrichment this October. The middle school students kicked off the Game On Challenge, designed to spark interest in computer science and foster creativity. Using the Scratch software platform developed at MIT, students played a simulated … Continue reading Jumping into the Game of Research: STEM Enrichment for Local Students