Clarkson STEM Ed Faculty and Student Co-Create Problem for Mathworks Math Modeling Challenge

Dr. Mahesh Banavar, and other faculty of Clarkson’s Institute for STEM Education, collaborated to develop a challenge problem for an international math competition in March 2021 involving thousands of high school students. The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) and Mathworks Math Modeling Challenge (M3C) is an annual competition for high school juniors and … Continue reading Clarkson STEM Ed Faculty and Student Co-Create Problem for Mathworks Math Modeling Challenge

Faculty: Get Support and Grow Impact by Joining a STEM Ed Task Force

Looking for faculty career development, funding, training or outreach opportunities? Join a STEM Ed Task Force. “Our Task Forces bring together diverse voices from the campus community,” said Katie Kavanagh, Director of Clarkson’s Institute for STEM Education, “creating new ideas to help Clarkson faculty to solve problems and meet their goals.”  Read on to find … Continue reading Faculty: Get Support and Grow Impact by Joining a STEM Ed Task Force

Spring Research and Project Showcase (RAPS) Abstracts Now Posted!

RAPS Abstracts Spring Research and Project Showcase (RAPS) abstracts are now posted for viewing at the link provided.  Abstracts can be viewed by major category or subject area by filtering on the sidebar. For convenience, individual presenters’ abstracts can be viewed by typing their last name in the magnifying glass icon located within the navigation bar.  … Continue reading Spring Research and Project Showcase (RAPS) Abstracts Now Posted!

Michelle Crimi Appointed Interim Dean of the Graduate School

The Office of the Provost is pleased to announce that Michelle Crimi, Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering and Engineering & Management, has been appointed interim dean of the Graduate School, effective April 12, 2021. She will succeed Kerop Janoyan, who assumed the role of Provost at LaVerne University on April 5, 2021.  Under Janoyan’s … Continue reading Michelle Crimi Appointed Interim Dean of the Graduate School

Student Success Center’s Thrifty Thursday

Don’t miss the Student Success Center’s  Thrifty Thursday! This week’s topic:  How to Obtain Your Credit Report A short video by the West Group followed by Q&A FREE STARBUCKS for those who ATTEND  Time: 04/08/2021, Today @ 1 pm Zoom link here West Group’s Office Hours Sign up to discuss your individual financial goals!   Want … Continue reading Student Success Center’s Thrifty Thursday

Real Estate Market Talk with David Goodhue

The Clarkson Strategic Investment Group will be hosting a talk from David Goodhue about his perspectives on the future of the real estate market and how to get involved. This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in owning real estate. David is the current Executive Managing Director for Colliers Boston, leading over 130 real … Continue reading Real Estate Market Talk with David Goodhue

Biology Seminar Series–Speaker: Dr. Derek Applewhite

April 9, 2021, 1:00pm Via Zoom, link below Derek ApplewhiteAssociate ProfessorBiology DepartmentReed College (Portland, OR) Will present a talk titled:The Drosophila spectraplankin Short stop integrates cell-matrixadhesion during cell migration Abstract: The spectraplakin family of proteins includes ACF7/MACF1 and BPAG1/dystonin in mammals, VAB-10 in C. elegans, Magellan in zebrafish, and Short stop (Shot), the sole Drosophila … Continue reading Biology Seminar Series–Speaker: Dr. Derek Applewhite

Student Success Center’s Thrifty Thursday

Don’t miss the Student Success Center’s  Thrifty Thursday! This week’s topic:  How to Obtain Your Credit Report A short video by the West Group followed by Q&A FREE STARBUCKS for those who ATTEND  Time: 04/08/2021, Thursday @ 1 pm Zoom link here West Group’s Office Hours Sign up to discuss your individual financial goals!   Want … Continue reading Student Success Center’s Thrifty Thursday

Electrical &Computer Engineering & C3S2 The Clarkson Center for Complex Systems Science Joint Seminar

Ziang (John) Zhang, Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering at Binghamton University Will present a talk entitled: “From Coupled Pendulums to Networked Inverters — New Challenges for New Power Grids” Abstract: In 1665, Dutch scholar Christiaan Huygens hangs two of his newly invented pendulum clocks on a wooden beam supported by two chairs. Then he observed … Continue reading Electrical &Computer Engineering & C3S2 The Clarkson Center for Complex Systems Science Joint Seminar

Electrical & Computer Engineering Seminar

Dr. Sumit Paudyal, Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Florida International University Will present a talk entitled: “Efficient Distribution Grid Optimal Power Flow Methods in Aggregating Distributed and Flexible Loads for Grid Services” Abstract: One  of  the  major  challenges  in  current  distribution management system (DMS)  tools  isthe  scalability  of  solution algorithms  in  solving  distribution  optimal  power  flow  (DOPF)  model for large scale three‐phase unbalanced distribution grids. In distribution grid with active nodes, such as PV and … Continue reading Electrical & Computer Engineering Seminar