Clarkson Professor Gives Keynote Talk in Budapest

Clarkson University Research Professor Dana Barry was invited to give a Keynote Talk for the 23rd International Conference on Knowledge-Based and Intelligent Information and Engineering Systems. The conference was held earlier this month in Budapest, Hungary. Her Keynote Talk was titled “STEM and ICT Education in Intelligent Environments.” This session was chaired by Professor Hideyuki … Continue reading Clarkson Professor Gives Keynote Talk in Budapest

Clarkson University Hosting Dr. Leigh McGaughey for Talk on Upper St. Lawrence River

Clarkson University will host River Institute Project Scientist Dr. Leigh McGaughey on Friday, Sept 13 at 2 p.m. to speak about the Upper St. Lawrence River and the River Institute, along with the objectives and progress of the Great River Rapport. Clarkson University Biology Professor Michael Twiss said Dr. McGaughey’s talk will focus on the … Continue reading Clarkson University Hosting Dr. Leigh McGaughey for Talk on Upper St. Lawrence River

STUDENT FITNESS CLASS SCHEDULE FALL 2019

All classes are held in the back room of the fitness center. Please bring your Clarkson ID and a change of shoes to enter. Classes are free to Clarkson students! All sign-ups are on the day of class. 1st 20 students to enter are in. Sign-ups are every class time with the class instructor. Space is limited. *********************************************************************************************************************** … Continue reading STUDENT FITNESS CLASS SCHEDULE FALL 2019

Discount Coupons for Family Membership at North Country Children’s Museum

Clarkson is pleased to offer employees a $25 discount off a family membership at the North Country Children’s Museum.  For more information regarding the Museum, please check out their website: http://www.northcountrychildrensmuseum.org/ Please stop and pick your coupon up in the Human Resources office. Coupons will be handed out on a first come first serve bases.

Still causing disruption: “Paywall: The Business of Scholarship” one year later

“Paywall: The Business of Scholarship,” a documentary about the hidden costs of academic publishing and the need for open access to research and science, is still disrupting academic publishing protocol—a year after its release. Since its global premiere on Sept. 5, 2018, the documentary by Clarkson University professor, Jason Schmitt, has had 200,000 online streams … Continue reading Still causing disruption: “Paywall: The Business of Scholarship” one year later

Clarkson University Sets Science Cafes for Fall in Potsdam and Canton

University professors will once again take to the stage starting Sept. 24 for Clarkson University’s “Science Cafe.” Science Cafes bring together local university and college professors and townspeople in relaxed, informal settings, such as coffeehouses and pubs. The speaker makes a short presentation about a topic in his or her field and then opens up … Continue reading Clarkson University Sets Science Cafes for Fall in Potsdam and Canton

Clarkson University Research Group Recognized in Food Technology Magazine

Clarkson University Chemistry & Biomolecular Science Professor and Co-Director of the Center for Advanced Materials Processing (CAMP) Dr. Silvana Andreescu, chemistry graduate candidate Fatima Mustafa, and the Bio-Sensors Electrochemistry Materials Laboratory were recognized in the June 2019 edition of Food Technology magazine. The group’s research focuses on the development of an inexpensive biosensor that can … Continue reading Clarkson University Research Group Recognized in Food Technology Magazine

Important Student Employment Information

Have you gotten a new job on campus? Have you filled out your hiring paperwork? If not here is what you need to do! Beginning Wednesday, September 4, Payroll Office staff will be set up in the Clarkson Ignite, Innovation Hub on the 1st floor of the ERC to accept these forms and assist with … Continue reading Important Student Employment Information