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-65 Best Online MBA Programs for Veterans. Clarkson’s David D. Reh School of Business offers several online … Continue reading U.S. News & World Report ranks Clarkson University Online MBA Program in Nation’s Top-100

Professor Catherine Snyder featured on WalletHub

Best Metro Areas for STEM Professionals How can local authorities make their cities more appealing to STEM graduates and technology companies?  Local authorities can make their cities more appealing to STEM companies by improving and expanding programming at the high school level. For example, high school programs should include opportunities for students to earn credits … Continue reading Professor Catherine Snyder featured on WalletHub

Clarkson University’s Schuckers Named IEEE Fellow

Clarkson University Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering Stephanie Schuckers has been named an IEEE Fellow for “her contributions in biometric recognition systems.” Schuckers, a research engineer and scientist, is Clarkson’s Paynter-Kringman Endowed Professor in Engineering Science and director of the Center for Identification Technology, a National Science Foundation Industry/University Cooperative Research Center.  IEEE Fellow … Continue reading Clarkson University’s Schuckers Named IEEE Fellow

University Chef Candidate’s Pop-Up Meal in RoBro – TODAY Tues. 11am to 2pm

Please join members of the Clarkson campus Community for a special pop-up food station in RoBro Tuesday, January 17 from 11am to 2pm tasting featuring a Chef Candidate for University Dining Services.   A special sampling of food will be prepared and all participants will be asked to complete a short survey afterwards.   Use a meal … Continue reading University Chef Candidate’s Pop-Up Meal in RoBro – TODAY Tues. 11am to 2pm

Clarkson Professors To Create Assistive & Intelligent Devices For Aging in Place

Funds Will Help Establish New Facility Clarkson University Professors of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Michael Bazzocchi and Marcias Martinez are working together to develop an Assistive and Intelligent Device Fabrication (AIDFab) facility for aging in place. The aim of AIDFab is to translate advances in robotics, advanced manufacturing, and intelligent systems into assistive devices that … Continue reading Clarkson Professors To Create Assistive & Intelligent Devices For Aging in Place

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. Winner’s name will be inscribed on the Major William … Continue reading Call for Prize Submissions

Clarkson University Sets Dates for Spring 2023 Science Cafés

The spring 2023 Clarkson University Science Cafes kick off on Wednesday, February 8 at 7:15pm in Potsdam at the Potsdam Civic Center in the Community Room at 2 Park Street with Zooming to a Good Night’s Sleep. Humans spend nearly 33 years of their lives in bed, with 26 years of those years actually sleeping, … Continue reading Clarkson University Sets Dates for Spring 2023 Science Cafés

Salome Brooks Appointed Professor & Chair of Physical Therapy at Clarkson University

Salome Brooks has been appointed clinical professor, chair and program director of the Department of Physical Therapy at Clarkson University.  She joins Clarkson from Gordon College where she served as founding program director and professor of the doctor of physical therapy program. Prior to that, Brooks served as associate professor and assistant professor of physical … Continue reading Salome Brooks Appointed Professor & Chair of Physical Therapy at Clarkson University

Clarkson Professor Yang Receives NSF CAREER Award For PFAS Research

Yang Yang, an assistant professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Clarkson University, has been awarded the National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Award for his research entitled: “Piezoelectric Mechanocatalytic Destruction of PFAS in Solid Matrices at Ambient Conditions: An Integrated Research and Education Plan.” The $550k in funding begins on May 1, 2023 and is … Continue reading Clarkson Professor Yang Receives NSF CAREER Award For PFAS Research

Clarkson in “The Conversation”

What does ESG mean? Two business scholars explain what environmental, social and governance standards and principles are Luciana Echazú, University of New Hampshire and Diego C. Nocetti, Clarkson University Environmental, social and governance business standards and principles, often referred to as ESG, are becoming both more commonplace and controversial. But what does “ESG” really mean? It’s … Continue reading Clarkson in “The Conversation”