Register today to participate in two Clarkson alumni networking opportunities!

CU Live! Webinar Presented by Nate Brown ’03Tuesday, May 1812 PM (EST) Join Clarkson alumnus Nate Brown ’03 for a CU Live! Webinar that will help you prepare for CU Networking Day or any upcoming networking event. Networking with Nate was created to help professionals in job transition learn how to efficiently use their time while … Continue reading Register today to participate in two Clarkson alumni networking opportunities!

Textbook Rental Check-ins DUE BY 5/11

Textbook Rental Check-ins DUE BY 5/11 Just a friendly reminder that textbook rental check-ins are due to be returned in 4 days, by 5/11/21.We also have buyback open until 5/28/21 Thank you and as always please feel free to reach out to us with any questions. Evan HitchmanStore Managerehitchma@clarkson.edu315-268-4300

Bioethics Summer Quarter Courses Offerings

The Bioethics Program will be offering three online 5-week courses on timely topics pertinent to the current global pandemic and climate issues: BIE578 – Special Topics in Bioethics: Environmental Ethics (1.5 credits) BIE574 – Contemporary Issues in Bioethics: Applying Ethics in Telehealth Practice (1.5 credits each)  BIE575 – Bioethical Issues at the End of Life … Continue reading Bioethics Summer Quarter Courses Offerings

Please donate to help India fight the COVID-19 crisis!

Dear Clarkson community member,As you may know, India is amidst a devastating Covid-19 crisis, seeing ~350,000 new cases and ~2000 deaths per day.  The healthcare system is under tremendous strain and there is a shortage of oxygen cylinders, hospital beds, medicines, and other life-saving resources that may worsen over the next few weeks. Clarkson University … Continue reading Please donate to help India fight the COVID-19 crisis!

Project Hope: Free Emotional Support Service

Astor Services, provider agency of NY Project Hope, New York State’s COVID-19 Crisis Counseling Program is hosting an informational Zoom to share more information on the emotional support services offered by Astor Services. If you would like to know more, please join the Zoom meeting on Thursday, May 6th at 3:00 p.m. using the information … Continue reading Project Hope: Free Emotional Support Service

Online Webinar on the impact of the pandemic on incoming and current college student wellbeing and success

WEBINAR:  “The Pandemic’s Impacts on Student Needs and Preferences” presented by Dr. Rachel Tanner (EAB Global Research)WHERE: https://eab.zoom.us/j/96853173557?pwd=TjBXeHlYWTNvazVBalZuRzhqQXhoZz09WHEN: Tuesday May 4, 3:30pm Dr. Rachel Tanner of EAB Global Research will share the latest knowledge on the potential impacts of the pandemic on our incoming undergraduate class and our continuing students.  Looking at pre-COVID trends in behavior … Continue reading Online Webinar on the impact of the pandemic on incoming and current college student wellbeing and success

CUGSA Would Be Willing to Fund Cultural Clubs from Next Financial Year

Dear graduate students, We hope you are doing well and staying safe. CUGSA is delighted to announce that it would be willing to fund the graduate students’ cultural clubs to help foster the cultural environment of the graduate student community. For this purpose, CUGSA has drafted a code of conduct to help the associated and … Continue reading CUGSA Would Be Willing to Fund Cultural Clubs from Next Financial Year

Honors Department & Clarkson University Candidate for Director of the Honors Program

Peter Bradley  Director of the Honors Program, Ferris State University will speak on  The future of Honors: opportunities and obstacles  To state an obvious truth, 2020 was a critical year for higher education. We do  not yet know the full impact from the global pandemic and increased societal  awareness of systemic racism, especially when combined … Continue reading Honors Department & Clarkson University Candidate for Director of the Honors Program

Supporting our Golden Knights Impacted by Crisis in India

Clarkson Golden Knight Community, We have many students, faculty, staff and alumni with family and friends in the states and union territories of India, where a second wave of COVID-19 is overwhelming the country’s medical care system.  Our thoughts and prayers go out to them and those they care for as many are anxious and … Continue reading Supporting our Golden Knights Impacted by Crisis in India

Clarkson University’s Virtual Learning in the P-12 Classroom course Earns Quality Matters Certification for Course Design Quality

2021 April 27 Potsdam, NY — Teachers seeking an advanced degree or certification in education can now choose to complete a Quality Matters certified online course in Virtual Learning in the P-12 Classroom (ED573) offered exclusively by Clarkson University.  ED573 was designed and is taught by Clarkson’s Teaching and Learning Corner’s Managing and Senior Instructional … Continue reading Clarkson University’s Virtual Learning in the P-12 Classroom course Earns Quality Matters Certification for Course Design Quality