Presentation Exclusive: OneNote in the Higher Ed Classroom

Presentation Exclusive: OneNote in the Higher Ed Classroom November 5, 2018, 3:00p – 4:00p BH Snell B19 Join Ms. Laura Perry and Dr. David Crouse as they co-present “OneNote in the Higher Ed Classroom” on Nov 5 at 3p in BH Snell B19.   This exclusive offering is in advance of the same presentation at the … Continue reading Presentation Exclusive: OneNote in the Higher Ed Classroom

AISES November Activities for Native American Heritage Month Clarkson Community Welcome

Come celebrate Native American Heritage at these wonderful events. Help re-launch the peace pole or watch a thought-provoking movie.  Build a dream catcher!  Don’t forget to show pride in Native heritage by rocking your mocs.  End the month with a Native Social.  Contact AISES@clarkson.edu or diversity@clarkson.edu for details.

Chrys of Tampa Receives Top Clarkson University Award for Young Alumni

Lauretta Chrys of Tampa, Fla., executive vice president and head of retail network transformation for the Consumer Banking Division at Citizens Bank, has received the Woodstock Award from her alma mater, Clarkson University. Given each year during Reunion Weekend, the Woodstock Award honors young alumni who have demonstrated outstanding loyalty and service to Clarkson and … Continue reading Chrys of Tampa Receives Top Clarkson University Award for Young Alumni

Clarkson Students Combine Outdoor Practicality and Sustainability with New Business

Clarkson University student Matt Hawthorne ’19, is finding success with his company TerrApparel, a sustainable, outdoor, online clothing business that he started in the Spring of 2017. Hawthorne came up with the idea while he was a freshman living in the Clarkson dormitories. He and his business partner, Maura Maguire ‘20, have been working closely … Continue reading Clarkson Students Combine Outdoor Practicality and Sustainability with New Business

Clarkson Professor’s Film is Official Selection for Modernist Design Film Festival

The short film Warren S Fenzi (I Dream Chairs) by Clarkson University Professor Stephen Farina is an official selection of the Architecture Art Design Film Festival to be held during Modernism Week in Palm Springs, California in February 2019. Earlier in 2018, the film had been named as a Semi-Finalist for the Craft in Focus … Continue reading Clarkson Professor’s Film is Official Selection for Modernist Design Film Festival

Conrad Foundation and Clarkson University Expand Partnership to Award Conrad Challenge Scholarships

Conrad Challenge Finalists Ignite Solutions to Global Issues while Completing College Washington, DC – Through new generous scholarship aid, the Conrad Foundation and Clarkson University have announced an expanded partnership to give high school students, with a passion for innovation and entrepreneurship, a one-of-a-kind gateway for their product ideas and solutions to drive future global … Continue reading Conrad Foundation and Clarkson University Expand Partnership to Award Conrad Challenge Scholarships

11/03/18 – Don’t forget to RSVP for Spectrum’s 1st Annual Winter Gala Fundraiser

MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR THE MOST ENCHANTING EVENT OF THE WINTER SEASON! Join Spectrum on Saturday, November 3rd at 5:00 PM in the Multipurpose Rooms for our First Annual Winter Gala Fundraiser, where we will raise money to help feed and provide comfort to the homeless and less fortunate in the Potsdam Community. The last … Continue reading 11/03/18 – Don’t forget to RSVP for Spectrum’s 1st Annual Winter Gala Fundraiser

Fall Workshop Series Continues TODAY

Dear Clarkson Faculty and Staff, REMINDER: The Clarkson University Libraries will continue our fall workshop series today at 5pm in Rowley Lab 142 or remotely by Adobe Connect with The Good, The Bad & The Ugly: Tips for Evaluating Sources. (To attend remotely please click here.) Geared toward students, this workshop will answer questions such … Continue reading Fall Workshop Series Continues TODAY