PeopleSoft 9.2 Testing Group

We have an exciting opportunity available for Clarkson students to be a part of the testing group for the PeopleSoft upgrade. Being a part of this testing group will allow you to give the team feedback, see what the new system looks like before it’s rolled out, and have your opinions heard. We’ll be holding … Continue reading PeopleSoft 9.2 Testing Group

Clarkson Professors Explore Pre-dispositions of Energy and Fatigue in First Study of Its Kind

Assistant Physical Therapy Professor Ali Boolani and Assistant Sociology Professor Matt Manierre have published a study on the pre-dispositions of energy and fatigue. In the first study of its kind, they found that the stable predisposition to energy and fatigue is very different. Meaning, if you’re prone to being fatigued, you aren’t necessarily prone to … Continue reading Clarkson Professors Explore Pre-dispositions of Energy and Fatigue in First Study of Its Kind

Online Check-in is Now Open!

Online Check-in is now open and available through PeopleSoft. During check-in, students are asked to confirm or correct their personal information to ensure we have accurate information in our system. Check-in is required no later than Thursday, April 4th. (Check-in Regulations) If you do not intend to enroll this term, please contact your SAS Representative … Continue reading Online Check-in is Now Open!

2nd Annual Clarkson Ignite Research Fellowship Competition Awardees

Clarkson University is proud to announce the 2nd Annual Clarkson Ignite Research Fellowship Competition Awards to five multidisciplinary teams.  This grant program was first launched in the 2017–18 academic year to foster synergistic campus-wide research collaborations to spur innovative solutions across four multidisciplinary research focus areas: advanced materials development, healthy world solutions, data & complex … Continue reading 2nd Annual Clarkson Ignite Research Fellowship Competition Awardees

Noted Microlithography Researcher and Georgia Institute of Technology Faculty Member Elsa Reichmanis to Present Shipley Distinguished Lectures at Clarkson University, April 4 & 5

Elsa Reichmanis, Ph.D., will present the two lectures at Clarkson University’s 24th Shipley Distinguished Lectureship, April 4 and 5. The lectures are free and open to the public. Dr. Reichmanis is a chemist who has had an influence on microlithography, which is central to the manufacturing of electronic devices. She was responsible for the development … Continue reading Noted Microlithography Researcher and Georgia Institute of Technology Faculty Member Elsa Reichmanis to Present Shipley Distinguished Lectures at Clarkson University, April 4 & 5

Clarkson University Libraries Spring Workshop Series Continues Tomorrow

Dear Clarkson Students, REMINDER: The Clarkson University Libraries spring workshop series continues tomorrow, Wednesday, March 27 at 5pm in Rowley 142 or remotely via Adobe Connect with Diving into Primary Sources: Government Information for Business. Did you know the government can be a great source of information? This workshop will introduce you to some government … Continue reading Clarkson University Libraries Spring Workshop Series Continues Tomorrow

NCAA Men’s Hockey Ticket Information

Tickets through Clarkson University box office go on sale 2 PM Monday, March 25 and will be on sale until Wednesday, March 27 at 10 AM. Tickets through the Cheel Arena Box office are all-session tickets and are $80. These can be bought by calling the Cheel Arena Box Office at 315-268-7750 or in person … Continue reading NCAA Men’s Hockey Ticket Information

RAPS Volunteers Needed!

Hello! We are looking for a few students to help us out with the 2019 RAPS Conference on Saturday, April 13th. Oral Presentations: We need students to be Check-in & Room Monitors for Oral Presentation in Snell Hall from 8:30 AM- 10:50 AM. Each volunteer will be assigned a presentation session & room, where you will be there to run errands … Continue reading RAPS Volunteers Needed!

Clarkson University to Welcome New Provost

After conducting a national search, Clarkson University has hired a new provost. Dr. Robyn Hannigan, the Founding Dean of the School for the Environment at the University of Massachusetts Boston will take over as provost at Clarkson later this summer. Clarkson President Anthony G. Collins said he is looking forward to Hannigan’s contributions to shaping … Continue reading Clarkson University to Welcome New Provost

New minor for students interested in eventually pursuing a Master of Arts in Teaching

Advising week is a perfect time to start thinking about what students want to do after Clarkson! Through the Institute for STEM Education, we are excited to announce a minor for students interested in eventually pursuing a Master of Arts in Teaching. The Pre-Teaching Minor will provide guidance to undergraduates and ensure they meet standards … Continue reading New minor for students interested in eventually pursuing a Master of Arts in Teaching