Orange Shirt Day

Orange Shirt Day is an act of commemoration of the ‘Indian Residential School’ children, both the survivors and those that were lost. The acknowledgment of the ‘Indian Residential School’ legacy that occurred in North America from the 19th century to the end of the 20th century. These government-mandated and funded schools forced western society’s approach … Continue reading Orange Shirt Day

September One Card Expense Reports Deadline

One Card Transactions: The billing cycle will end September 21st for One Card transactions dated August 21st through September 20th.  The final Visa load will be September 21st.  Submit expense reports by September 30th.  Please make sure that you have reconciled all transactions dated September 20th and prior.  This includes all credits due to refunds for returned items, canceled travel, etc.    … Continue reading September One Card Expense Reports Deadline

Clarkson Professor Receives Dept. of Interior Award for Groundwater Desalination Research

Dr. Taeyoung Kim, an Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Clarkson University, along with his collaborator, Dr. Soryong Chae, Associate Professor of Chemical and Environmental Engineering at the University of Cincinnati have received a $250,000 award from the Department of the Interior for their research project titled, “Low Energy and High Water Recovery … Continue reading Clarkson Professor Receives Dept. of Interior Award for Groundwater Desalination Research

Food Pantry Information and Support Opportunities

FOOD INSECURITYThe USDA defines food insecurity as the lack of consistent access to enough food for an active, healthy lifestyle. In 2020 1 in 8 Americans were considered food insecure, equating to over 38 million Americans, including 12 million children.  In a campus-wide student survey completed in 2021, 183 responses were received. Within those responses, … Continue reading Food Pantry Information and Support Opportunities

Orange Shirt Day

Orange Shirt Day is an act of commemoration of the ‘Indian Residential School’ children, both the survivors and those that were lost. The acknowledgment of the ‘Indian Residential School’ legacy that occurred in North America from the 19th century to the end of the 20th century. These government-mandated and funded schools forced western society’s approach … Continue reading Orange Shirt Day

September One Card Expense Reports Deadline

One Card Transactions: The billing cycle will end September 21st for One Card transactions dated August 21st through September 20th.  The final Visa load will be September 21st.  Submit expense reports by September 30th.  Please make sure that you have reconciled all transactions dated September 20th and prior.  This includes all credits due to refunds for returned items, canceled travel, etc.    … Continue reading September One Card Expense Reports Deadline

Food Pantry Information and Support Opportunities

FOOD INSECURITYThe USDA defines food insecurity as the lack of consistent access to enough food for an active, healthy lifestyle. In 2020 1 in 8 Americans were considered food insecure, equating to over 38 million Americans, including 12 million children.  In a campus-wide student survey completed in 2021, 183 responses were received. Within those responses, … Continue reading Food Pantry Information and Support Opportunities

SafetyNet

The Clarkson Community–faculty, staff, and students–are in a position to look out for one another and, if necessary, provide assistance. One of the simple and effective mechanisms available to members of the Clarkson Community to offer support to students is by submitting a SafetyNet form. Submitting information via SafetyNet mobilizes response to your concerns appropriately by a … Continue reading SafetyNet

Clarkson Graduate Student Wins Award at Northern New England Materials Research Conference

Arash Bahrololoomi, a Ph.D. candidate in Chemical Engineering at Clarkson University, recently presented his poster at the Northern New England Materials Research Conference, held at the University of Vermont. Bahrololoomi won the best poster award for his poster entitled, “Electrodeposition of Metal Alloy Carbon Composites for the Detection of Methylene Blue and Pyocyanin”. Bahrololoomi’s research … Continue reading Clarkson Graduate Student Wins Award at Northern New England Materials Research Conference

Clarkson Seeking Honorary Degree Nominations

The conferral of honorary degrees is a long-standing academic tradition that recognizes those who havemade profound and long-lasting contributions to a specific field, to their community, and improvedthe quality of life in society at large. Achievements of this kind are significant and so recipients are persons of great integrity, as the selections we make reflect Clarkson University’s values.  We offer … Continue reading Clarkson Seeking Honorary Degree Nominations