Clarkson Professors Explore Pre-dispositions of Energy and Fatigue in First Study of Its Kind

Assistant Physical Therapy Professor Ali Boolani and Assistant Sociology Professor Matt Manierre have published a study on the pre-dispositions of energy and fatigue. In the first study of its kind, they found that the stable predisposition to energy and fatigue is very different. Meaning, if you’re prone to being fatigued, you aren’t necessarily prone to … Continue reading Clarkson Professors Explore Pre-dispositions of Energy and Fatigue in First Study of Its Kind

“What Lurks Unseen” at Next Clarkson University Science Cafe

“What Lurks Unseen” will be presented by Clarkson University Associate Professor of Environmental Engineering Shane Rogers at the next Clarkson University Science Cafe at 7:15 p.m. on Tuesday, April 2, at the Best Western University Inn Rushton Room, 90 E. Main St. in Canton, N.Y., and at 7:15 p.m. on Wednesday, April 3, at the … Continue reading “What Lurks Unseen” at Next Clarkson University Science Cafe

2nd Annual Clarkson Ignite Research Fellowship Competition Awardees

Clarkson University is proud to announce the 2nd Annual Clarkson Ignite Research Fellowship Competition Awards to five multidisciplinary teams.  This grant program was first launched in the 2017–18 academic year to foster synergistic campus-wide research collaborations to spur innovative solutions across four multidisciplinary research focus areas: advanced materials development, healthy world solutions, data & complex … Continue reading 2nd Annual Clarkson Ignite Research Fellowship Competition Awardees

Clarkson University to Present Film: “Chasing the Dragon: An Opioid Epidemic”

On Tuesday, April 9th from 6:00-8:30 p.m. Clarkson’s Division of Health Sciences is sponsoring a video and panel discussion on the Opioid Epidemic. “Chasing the Dragon” is a documentary film depicting both the harsh reality of opioid addiction and the path toward addiction. The film is intended to generate discussion among the community and to … Continue reading Clarkson University to Present Film: “Chasing the Dragon: An Opioid Epidemic”

Noted Microlithography Researcher and Georgia Institute of Technology Faculty Member Elsa Reichmanis to Present Shipley Distinguished Lectures at Clarkson University, April 4 & 5

Elsa Reichmanis, Ph.D., will present the two lectures at Clarkson University’s 24th Shipley Distinguished Lectureship, April 4 and 5. The lectures are free and open to the public. Dr. Reichmanis is a chemist who has had an influence on microlithography, which is central to the manufacturing of electronic devices. She was responsible for the development … Continue reading Noted Microlithography Researcher and Georgia Institute of Technology Faculty Member Elsa Reichmanis to Present Shipley Distinguished Lectures at Clarkson University, April 4 & 5

Attention Juniors: Want to be a STEM Secondary teacher? Apply for this scholarship today!

The NSF Noyce Scholars Grant, STEM Upstate NY (STEM Up NY), addresses the shortage of STEM secondary teachers in high-need schools. A team of five professors at Clarkson have been granted $1,199,780 through the NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program to help address the shortage of STEM secondary teachers in high-need schools.  Under the direction … Continue reading Attention Juniors: Want to be a STEM Secondary teacher? Apply for this scholarship today!

Clarkson University to Welcome New Provost

After conducting a national search, Clarkson University has hired a new provost. Dr. Robyn Hannigan, the Founding Dean of the School for the Environment at the University of Massachusetts Boston will take over as provost at Clarkson later this summer. Clarkson President Anthony G. Collins said he is looking forward to Hannigan’s contributions to shaping … Continue reading Clarkson University to Welcome New Provost

Clarkson Biology Professor Delivers Plenary Lecture at France Workshop

Susan Bailey, assistant professor of biology at Clarkson University, recently returned from delivering a plenary lecture at a workshop in Lyon, France. The workshop was called “Evolution of infectious diseases: an ecological, molecular and computational approach”. The meeting brought together international specialists in the fields of infectious diseases and experimental evolution, and was organized by … Continue reading Clarkson Biology Professor Delivers Plenary Lecture at France Workshop

Clarkson University Researcher Paolo Bollella, Ph.D., Receives Prestigious Minerva Prize for Advancements Toward Self-Monitoring Technology

Individuals dependent upon regular monitoring of specific health conditions may soon have a more convenient way to screen their levels thanks to a Clarkson University researcher. Paolo Bollella, Ph.D., a postdoctoral fellow research associate in the Clarkson University Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Science, was recently awarded the prestigious Minerva Prize for the Scientific Research … Continue reading Clarkson University Researcher Paolo Bollella, Ph.D., Receives Prestigious Minerva Prize for Advancements Toward Self-Monitoring Technology