Campus Parking and How You Can Help

Winter weather parking:  To allow for more effective snow removal overnight, parking in employee and commuter lots is no longer allowed from 2:00 a.m. until 6:00 a.m.  Signs have been installed at all applicable lots. Additionally, we remind all faculty, staff, and students to park only in your assigned parking lots.  All vehicles need to … Continue reading Campus Parking and How You Can Help

Call for Prize Submissions

Major William W. Coleman Memorial Award: Established through a gift by the late Mrs. Virginia Kent Cummins in memory of the heroism of her grandniece’s husband, this award consists of a sum of money for the best poem or essay on ethics: Individual Self-interest Versus the Common Good. The winner’s name will be inscribed on … Continue reading Call for Prize Submissions

U.S. News & World Report ranks Clarkson University Online MBA Program in Nation’s Top-100

As online learning continues to grow and expand, U.S. News & World Report has ranked Clarkson University’s online MBA program as one of the top-100 in the nation. This year, the program has also been ranked in the top 60 Best Online MBA Programs for Veterans. Clarkson’s David D. Reh School of Business offers several … Continue reading U.S. News & World Report ranks Clarkson University Online MBA Program in Nation’s Top-100

Campus Parking and How You Can Help

Winter weather parking:  To allow for more effective snow removal overnight, parking in employee and commuter lots is no longer allowed from 2:00 a.m. until 6:00 a.m.  Signs have been installed at all applicable lots. Additionally, we remind all faculty, staff, and students to park only in your assigned parking lots.  All vehicles need to … Continue reading Campus Parking and How You Can Help

COVID-19 Read/Act: Updated Policies, Mask & Screening Reminders, Transitioning from Pandemic to Endemic

In this communication: Updates to COVID-19 Policies for Travel, Vaccination, Positive Tests/Exposure; Contact Tracing, Visitors; and Getting Home COVID-19 Tests HERO Act / Mask Reminder Daily Screening Tool Reminders Transition from Pandemic to Endemic: Dashboard Update Policy Updates: Clarkson continues to place the highest priority on the health, safety and wellbeing of its faculty, staff … Continue reading COVID-19 Read/Act: Updated Policies, Mask & Screening Reminders, Transitioning from Pandemic to Endemic

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Seminar, January 28th at 11am in CAMP 176

Dr. Thorsten Wuest Industrial & Management Systems Engineering, West Virginia University and Mike Nager Solution Center, Festo Didactic Inc Will present a talk titled Applying Smart Manufacturing Technologies for Research and Training Abstract: During the presentation, the speakers will first address how they define the concepts of Advanced Manufacturing, Smart Manufacturing, and Industry 4.0. This … Continue reading Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Seminar, January 28th at 11am in CAMP 176

Electrical & Computer Engineering Seminar, Wednesday, February 9th

Edward Verenich, Research Scientist, Air Force Research Laboratory PhD candidate, Computer Science at Clarkson University Will present a talk entitled: In support of the expert: ML in the pulmonary radiology domain Abstract: Operational Machine Learning, or use of ML in real world applications, presents various challenges in domain specific applications. State of the art ML … Continue reading Electrical & Computer Engineering Seminar, Wednesday, February 9th

C3S2 Seminar Friday, February 4th

C3S2 The Clarkson Center for Complex Systems Science Professor Henry Abarbanel, University of California at San Diego Will present a talk entitled: Reduced, Biophysically Based, Models for Neurons to use as Computationally Efficient Elements of Large Functional Biological Networks Abstract: Using a combination of methods from applied mathematics and nonlinear dynamics, we present a constructive … Continue reading C3S2 Seminar Friday, February 4th

Got the Interview? Now What?!

Join us for a workshop led by Cyntonia Miller (CEO of Black on The Job) where she provides tips on how to best represent/pitch yourself to recruiters. We will also cover information about interview accommodations, job offer negotiations, and the legal rights of job candidates (ie: the federal Crown Act, NY State Salary History Ban, … Continue reading Got the Interview? Now What?!

Changes in HR Support Recruiting, Hiring and Training Practices

Human Resources announces staff changes aimed at improving and enhancing University recruitment and training practices. Caity McGregor has been promoted to Talent Acquisition Manager. In this role, Caity will serve as a strategic recruiting consultant to University leadership, hiring managers, senior HR business partners and the compensation team. Additionally, Caity will provide coaching, guidance and … Continue reading Changes in HR Support Recruiting, Hiring and Training Practices