Kentenhkó:wa/November 1st to 30th The act of recognizing a time each year for “Native Americans” date back to the efforts of Dr. Arthur C. Parker (Seneca) in the early 1900s, with numerous Presidents making a general announcement or proclamation. In 1990 President George H. Bush officially had a joint resolution to proclaim November 1990 as … Continue reading Indigenous Peoples Heritage Month Schedule – Nov 8th
Clarkson community members, the Facilities/ Infrastructure Task Force of the Clarkson Restart team has been working hard to prepare for the start of the upcoming semester. In order to comply with New York State guidelines and to promote social distancing, the university is establishing distinct limited indoor pedestrian traffic patterns for major corridors of the … Continue reading Fall Semester Potsdam Hill Campus DRAFT Indoor Traffic Pattern Maps out for Review
One Card Transactions:The billing cycle has ended for One Card transactions dated September 21st through October 20th that have loaded to My Wallet by October 21st . Expense reports should be submitted and approved by October 31st. The final Visa load for this cycle occurred on October 21st. Please make sure that you have reconciled all transactions dated October 20th and prior. Also, … Continue reading One Card expense reports due 10/31/19
It is necessary for us to keep the walkway between the TAC and the ERC closed to all traffic for another week. The walkway on the 2nd floor is open. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Later next week it will be necessary for us to shut down the hallway outside the Concrete Café on the 3rd floor of the Science Center in order to replace flooring. Although we know materials are due to arrive on August 8, we have not secured an installation date from our installer. Once begun, the … Continue reading Flooring Installation Slated for Next Week Near Concrete Cafe
Beginning on Tuesday, August 7, and for possibly two weeks, we will be removing faulty fireproofing from the ceiling in the corridor on the second floor of CAMP leading to the bridge to the Student Center. The work will be done in three phases. As we work on each area it will be completely blocked off … Continue reading CAMP Hallway Blocked Next Week
It is with great pleasure that I announce the appointment of Debra Pulensky Drescher, Esq, to the position of Director of Legal Affairs, Compliance & Risk Management. Debbie will be joining Clarkson on Monday, August 6 and will be located at our Capital Region Campus. She will provide legal advice to management and act as … Continue reading Debra Drescher appointed Director of Legal Affairs, Compliance & Risk Management
The road work at the Quad/Moore House/Graham Hall intersection will be complete by 8:00 a.m., Monday morning, August 6. This area will be open again for through traffic. Thank you for your cooperation and patience during this summer-long project! Please email email@example.com if you have any questions.
Beginning Wednesday, August 8, at 7:00 a.m., the sidewalk between the Student Center and the ERC will be blocked off. The sidewalk will be reopened on Monday, August 13. Please comply with all barriers and follow all directional signage during this time. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.