Clarkson Launches New Presidential Speaker Series September 22

First Speaker is University of Massachusetts Boston Chancellor Emeritus J. Keith Motley Clarkson University is launching a new Presidential Speaker Series, designed to bring eminent scholars and thought leaders from across the country and around the world to help members of our community tackle perennial and emerging challenges such as racism, colonialism, sexism, poverty, climate … Continue reading Clarkson Launches New Presidential Speaker Series September 22

Listening Sessions for Presidential Search 

TO: Clarkson Faculty, Staff, and Students FROM: Clarkson Trustees Georgia Keresty ’83 and Sanjeev Kulkarni ‘84Presidential Search Committee Co-Chairs RE: Listening Sessions for Presidential Search  DATE: September 17, 2021 As many of you are aware, Clarkson has retained the executive search firm Isaacson, Miller (www.imsearch.com) to help with our search for a President. Search consultants with … Continue reading Listening Sessions for Presidential Search 

NSF Awards $250,000 to Clarkson University Psychology Professor to Study Statistical Thinking in Children

Three to Ten-Year-Old Participants Sought to Help in Study Clarkson University Associate Professor and Psychology Department Chair Andreas Wilke has been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to study statistical thinking in children. The NSF grant will support the faculty member’s investigation of the cognitive mechanisms underlying children’s perception of randomness, and … Continue reading NSF Awards $250,000 to Clarkson University Psychology Professor to Study Statistical Thinking in Children

CU Tech News You Can Use: Edit Your Echo360 Video with Ease

In today’s vodcast, we tackle the often asked question “can I edit video in Echo360?”. The answer is YES! With a little know-how, editing your Echo360 video makes it possible to trim, cut and re-purpose previously created video. Be sure to watch to see step-by-step how to edit your recordings. Closed captions available. Tune in … Continue reading CU Tech News You Can Use: Edit Your Echo360 Video with Ease

Airborne Disease and Aerosol: An Intimate Connection at Next Clarkson University Science Café

Suresh Dhaniyala, Clarkson University Professor of Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering, will present Airborne Disease and Aerosol: An Intimate Connection at the next Clarkson University Science Café on Wednesday, September 22 at 7:15 pm. Due to COVID-19, we have all become very familiar with airborne disease and its implication for global health. To mitigate the impact … Continue reading Airborne Disease and Aerosol: An Intimate Connection at Next Clarkson University Science Café

Clarkson Professor Named to Ecological Society of America Education Committee

Clarkson Biology Professor Tom Langen has been appointed to the inaugural Education Committee of the Ecological Society of America (ESA). His term lasts through 2024. The ESA is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization of scientists founded in 1915 to promote ecological science by improving communication among ecologists; raise the public’s level of awareness of the importance … Continue reading Clarkson Professor Named to Ecological Society of America Education Committee

Clarkson Professor’s Prize-Winning Book Released

Rebecca Pelky, an assistant professor of film studies at Clarkson University, has published her second book. Through a Red Place is a story-in-poems that assembles her research into her Native and non-Native heritage in the land now known as Wisconsin. Through the poet’s ancestors—and documented through text and image—this book relates narratives of people who … Continue reading Clarkson Professor’s Prize-Winning Book Released

Radical Self-Care Series Fostering Self-Care Through Community Care

RSVP:https://tinyurl.com/RSCCoyGriffinClarkson alum Coy Griffin – an Afro-Latinx entrepreneur, writer, and highly-acclaimed speaker will join us for a moderated conversation about how to nurture community care, discuss the difference between self-care and community care, and share some tips and tricks on how to make connections with new friends and mentors, in college and beyond.

Download the Clarkson125 Logos and Letterhead

The 2021-22 academic year marks Clarkson’s 125th anniversary of its founding dedication in 1896.  In celebration, and to ensure consistent University-wide communications, pleaseuse the Clarkson125 logos and letterhead for all communications through June 30, 2022.  We are also offering new Clarkson125 notecards (blank inside) as another way to enhance and personalize your communications. These notecards … Continue reading Download the Clarkson125 Logos and Letterhead

Clarkson Launches New Presidential Speaker Series September 22

First Speaker is University of Massachusetts Boston Chancellor Emeritus J. Keith Motley Clarkson University is launching a new Presidential Speaker Series, designed to bring eminent scholars and thought leaders from across the country and around the world to help members of our community tackle perennial and emerging challenges such as racism, colonialism, sexism, poverty, climate … Continue reading Clarkson Launches New Presidential Speaker Series September 22