Clarkson Professor’s Research Featured in Nature Scientific Reports 

Abul Baki, a professor of civil and environmental engineering and Amir Golpira, a civil and environmental engineering Ph.D. candidate at Clarkson University and their co-authors recently published their research on the effects of boulder placement on hydraulic metrics of instream habitat complexity in the prestigious journal Nature Scientific Reports. Scientific Reports is the 5th most-cited … Continue reading Clarkson Professor’s Research Featured in Nature Scientific Reports 

Chemistry PhD Thesis Defense/Kyle J. Cassidy

Chemistry Graduate Program PhD Defense AnnouncementNovel Colloids from Polymerizations of Thiol-Containing MonomersKyle J. CassidyZOOM Meeting Link Meeting ID: 968 6730 4083Passcode: 942123

Clarkson Computer Science PhD Student Wins Best Paper Award at the 19th International Conference on Signal Processing and Multimedia Applications for Research on Using Video Motion Vectors for Structure from Motion 3D Reconstruction

Clarkson Computer Science PhD Student Richard Turner’s research on using video motion vectors for structure from motion 3D reconstruction was awarded Best Paper at the 19th International Conference on Signal Processing and Multimedia Applications (SIGMAP 2022) held in Lisbon, Portugal. Richard is jointly advised by Dr. Sean Banerjee and Dr. Natasha Banerjee, Associate Professors in … Continue reading Clarkson Computer Science PhD Student Wins Best Paper Award at the 19th International Conference on Signal Processing and Multimedia Applications for Research on Using Video Motion Vectors for Structure from Motion 3D Reconstruction

Clarkson Applying Novel Techniques to Study the Microbiome of the St Lawrence River

Clarkson University biologists are participating in a scientific research cruise on the St Lawrence River onboard the research vessel Lampsilis, the chief research vessel of the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières. This 12-day research expedition will traverse the entire length of the St. Lawrence River, from its headwaters at Lake Ontario downstream past the City … Continue reading Clarkson Applying Novel Techniques to Study the Microbiome of the St Lawrence River

RAPS 2022 Summer Session High Scorers & Sustainability Prize Winners

Thank you to all our students and faculty who participated in the 2022 Summer Research and Projects Showcase (RAPS). A list of session high scores and sustainability prize winners can be found at the following link. 2022 Summer Session High Scores and Sustainability Prize Winners The RAPS Committee would like to thank all of our faculty judges … Continue reading RAPS 2022 Summer Session High Scorers & Sustainability Prize Winners

Clarkson Ph.D. Student Wins Grant to Attend Annual American Crystallographic Association Meeting

Clarkson University chemistry Ph.D. student Monu Joy has won a travel grant to attend the annual meeting of the American Crystallographic Association Meeting in Portland, OR, being held July 29-August 2. The $775 award will help defray Joy’s travel costs to attend the meeting. The science of crystallography has played a key role in the … Continue reading Clarkson Ph.D. Student Wins Grant to Attend Annual American Crystallographic Association Meeting

Clarkson Physics Graduate Student Wins Travel Award from NSF to Attend the 2nd International MXene Conference

James Wait, a Physics Ph.D. candidate at Clarkson University won a travel support provided by the NSF to attend and present his work at the 2nd international MXene Conference at Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on August 1-3. The conference, titled “MXenes: Addressing Global Challenges with Innovation”, is expected to convene about 200 in-person researchers, … Continue reading Clarkson Physics Graduate Student Wins Travel Award from NSF to Attend the 2nd International MXene Conference

Fall Career Fair, Save the Dates!

Dear Golden Knights, The much anticipated Fall Career Fair event is almost here! The Fall 2022 Career Fair, which will be held Tuesday, September 13th virtually, from 10am-3pm and Wednesday, September 14th in person, 11am-4pm in Cheel Arena. In addition, on Thursday, September 15th  employers will be hosting an in person Interview day in Cheel … Continue reading Fall Career Fair, Save the Dates!

Clarkson University Professor Awarded NIH Grant for Stem Cell Research

Clarkson University Biology Professor Kenneth Wallace was recently awarded a $429,000 grant from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development at the National Institute of Health (NIH) to investigate the development of intestinal stem cells using the zebrafish vertebrate model system.  Within the lumen of the digestive system where food … Continue reading Clarkson University Professor Awarded NIH Grant for Stem Cell Research