COVID-19 Read: Holiday Gatherings/Travel Guidance and Short Reminders on Spring Return to Work

Clarkson Employees, Yesterday marked the last day of the Fall Semester for Potsdam undergraduates as well as some graduate programs.  A limited number of graduate programs will be finishing up the semester in the next few weeks across all of our campuses.  We hope everyone has a safe and happy holiday season. The CDC has … Continue reading COVID-19 Read: Holiday Gatherings/Travel Guidance and Short Reminders on Spring Return to Work

Payroll Office December Holiday Schedule

During the December break, the Payroll Office will be processing payroll on Monday December 14 and December 28. All Kronos and E-time approvals will be due no later than 8:30am on those days. All managers need to ensure access to these programs prior to leaving campus for break. If you need assistance setting up VPN … Continue reading Payroll Office December Holiday Schedule

Controller’s Office Holiday Break Processing Schedule

With the announcement dated October 27, 2020 regarding the closure of the University from December 14 – January 1, 2021, Accounts Payable would like to remind you to be planning ahead for any calendar year end processing of invoices.  We are requesting ALL invoices to be submitted to Accounts Payable no later than Wednesday, December … Continue reading Controller’s Office Holiday Break Processing Schedule

Clarkson Professor Publishes New Book About Writer Marina Warner

Clarkson University Assistant Professor of Literature Lisa Propst has recently published a new monograph about influential writer Marina Warner called Marina Warner and the Ethics of Telling Silenced Stories. Warner is an English novelist, short story writer, and historian known for her many non-fiction books relating to feminism and myth. Propst’s book is a wide-ranging … Continue reading Clarkson Professor Publishes New Book About Writer Marina Warner

Physical Activity May Not Overcome Harmful Effects of Poor Sleep– Clarkson University Grad Student Research Finds

Clarkson University research, recently published in Fatigue: Biomedicine, Health & Behavior, finds that physical activity may not be able to overcome the harmful effects of poor sleep on feelings of mental and physical energy and fatigue. The study by two professors and three Clarkson Doctor of Physical Therapy students examined the interaction between sleep quality … Continue reading Physical Activity May Not Overcome Harmful Effects of Poor Sleep– Clarkson University Grad Student Research Finds

Instructors to Begin Course Prep for New Term, Work Sessions Announced

Clarkson’s Teaching & Learning Corner (TLC) kindly reminds all instructors of these important steps to ready your course for a successful return after the New Year. Please review and take action now (or maybe after you’ve had a little bit of a break!).  Step 1: Create your course in Moodle.  Instructors may begin editing in … Continue reading Instructors to Begin Course Prep for New Term, Work Sessions Announced

Microaggressions in STEM Classrooms Webinar – December 8th at 11am

Dear Faculty, The STEM LEAF/ADVANCE Team is sponsoring a duo of webinars, the first of which will be Tuesday, December 8th from 11am to 12:30pm. The webinar will be focused on microaggressions in STEM classroom settings, though all faculty are welcome to register. Please register at this link: https://forms.gle/6LRPjpWoHrE2q5pF8. The second session will be next semester. … Continue reading Microaggressions in STEM Classrooms Webinar – December 8th at 11am

Reminder: Keep your campus PCs powered on during Thanksgiving Break (11/26-30)

All Staff and Academic Areas: Be advised to leave your office computer(s) powered on during the Thanksgiving holiday. OIT will be deploying a set of Windows 10 patches that will take a long time to install.  By leaving computers powered on, patches should install gracefully without interrupting your normal activity when you return from the … Continue reading Reminder: Keep your campus PCs powered on during Thanksgiving Break (11/26-30)

Why you should share your scholarship with the public and how to do it well – December 1st from 1pm to 3pm

Why you should share your scholarship with the public, and how to do it well  Attention faculty members and graduate students! Are you interested in sharing your research and areas of expertise with the public? Then join us for a special virtual session sponsored by ADVANCE STEM-LEAF and presented by an editor from The Conversation*. … Continue reading Why you should share your scholarship with the public and how to do it well – December 1st from 1pm to 3pm