One Card expense reports due 10/29/21

One Card Transactions: The billing cycle has ended for One Card transactions dated September 21st through October 20th with the final Visa load on October 21st.  Submit reports by October 29th.  The earlier reports are submitted will help assure they can be approved by month-end.   Please make sure that you have reconciled all transactions dated October 20th and prior.  This includes all … Continue reading One Card expense reports due 10/29/21

Throwback Thursday with University Archives

Z-100 Desktop Computers were given to each incoming freshman in 1983. The new model retailed for over $4,000, but the students owned it by paying a one-time $200 maintenance fee and $200 each semester. Clarkson University became the first college in the nation to give each incoming freshman a personal computer.  Kathy Damon and her father, … Continue reading Throwback Thursday with University Archives

Reh School of Business Seminar

Assistant Professor of Economics Michael Sacks will present “Radicalization” a coauthored paper with Jean-Paul Carvalho of Oxford on Friday October 22 at 11 AM in Snell 214.   Abstract:We examine the conditions under which an identity group (e.g. religion, race, social class) can be radicalized over time by a forward-looking organization. A dynamic radicalization strategy … Continue reading Reh School of Business Seminar

Building On Collaboration, Clarkson Alumnus Develops Acid-Neutralizing PPE

A collaborative effort that began as a first-year student business plan at Clarkson may soon set a new standard for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). A Clarkson alumnus is leading the charge, with the help of his former professor and Clarkson’s Shipley Center for Innovation. Matthew Borowiak ‘19, a chemical engineer who started his own company, … Continue reading Building On Collaboration, Clarkson Alumnus Develops Acid-Neutralizing PPE

Message from Clarkson’s Presidential Search Committee – Leadership Profile Now Posted on the Presidential Search Website

Sent on Behalf of Presidential Search Committee Co-Chairs Georgia Keresty ‘83 and Sanjeev Kulkarni ‘84 Dear University Community, On behalf of the Presidential Search Committee, thank you for your ongoing support and commitment to our search process for Clarkson’s 17th president.  The Leadership Profile is now posted to http://www.clarkson.edu/presidential-search.  It describes the expectations for the … Continue reading Message from Clarkson’s Presidential Search Committee – Leadership Profile Now Posted on the Presidential Search Website

Addressing Health Disparities in the 21st Century: Thinking Further Upstream at Next Clarkson University Science Café

Ernesto Moralez, St. Lawrence University Professor of Public Health, will present Addressing Health Disparities in the 21st Century: Thinking Further Upstream at the next Clarkson University Science Café on Wednesday, October 27 at 7:15 pm. The traditional framework for improving the health of a community by promoting physical activity, healthy eating and tobacco regulations is … Continue reading Addressing Health Disparities in the 21st Century: Thinking Further Upstream at Next Clarkson University Science Café

Clarkson in “The Conversation”

Laura Ettinger, Associate Professor of History, wrote this piece for The Conversation today. Trailblazing women who broke into engineering in the 1970s reflect on what’s changed – and what hasn’t Laura Ettinger, Clarkson University Engineering in the U.S. has long been – and continues to be – a male-dominated profession. Fifty years ago, it looked like … Continue reading Clarkson in “The Conversation”

Our Experiences: LGBTQIA+ Pride

Our Experiences is a series of conversations hosted by the Chief Inclusion Office where a panel of Clarkson community members share their voices, stories, and experiences with the wider community. Join us this month to celebrate National LGBTQ History Month!RSVP: https://tinyurl.com/2021CULGBTQIAPride When?: Wednesday 20 October 2021 from 6:00pm – 7:30pmWhere?: Student Center MPRs & Zoom Our … Continue reading Our Experiences: LGBTQIA+ Pride

Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Science Seminar

Dr. Stephen L. Craig William T. Miller Distinguished Professor of Chemistry Department of ChemistryDuke Universitywill speak on Covalent Mechanochemistry for New Reactions, Stronger Materials, and Soft Devices Abstract:The direct coupling of mechanical forces in polymers to covalent chemical reactions hasopened new opportunities in chemical reactivity, stress-responsive materials, andmechanochemically active soft devices. This talk will describe … Continue reading Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Science Seminar

Virtual Bill Mckibben and Katharine Hayhoe climate event Oct 21 @ 3pm

Hi Clarkson, These are two of the main people to hear from when discussing climate change. Please consider joining us in the Student Forum or tuning in:  Live screening in Student Center ForumOctober 21st3:00 – 5:00pm—————————————————————————– North Country Climate Reality, in collaboration with SUNY Adirondack and the SUNY Plattsburgh branch campus at Queensbury, are excited to host … Continue reading Virtual Bill Mckibben and Katharine Hayhoe climate event Oct 21 @ 3pm