The COVID-19 pandemic continues to create challenges for Clarkson students. Similar to last year, Clarkson has been granted funding to support our students through these hard times. If you are aware of a student struggling financially due to covid, please guide them to reach out for help. To apply for emergency relief funds, students should … Continue reading COVID Relief Funds for Students
Sustainability has long been a pillar within Clarkson University, woven into the curriculum and extracurricular activities in an effort to better the perspectives and expertise within its faculty and student body. For the past ten years, the university has taken a crosswalk approach under the leadership of President Anthony G. Collins, meeting sustainability goals through … Continue reading Clarkson’s Strategic Planning Embodies United Nation Sustainable Development Goals
Date: February 1, 2022 Time: 2:00-3:30 pm ZOOM: https://clarkson.zoom.us/j/96064386677?pwd=ODRIbk1wVjRFUW85amo2cGF6Z2FXUT09 Provost Hannigan has asked each unit to hold open forums for each of the major strategic initiatives. The Coulter School of Engineering is hosting its session on the Solinksy Leadership Challenge and how it is tied to the Golden Knights Rise Strategic Planning Framework.
A collaboration between the Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Office, the Career Center, BLAC (Black Leaders Advocating for Change), and NSBE (National Society of Black Engineers) to provide employers with access to diverse talent and to support BIPOC students in their networking with our recruiters. Cyntonia Miller (CEO of Black on The Job) will provide a … Continue reading Recruiting and Retaining Diverse Talent
Think back to before college. What inspired YOU to choose your major and career pathway? Something fascinating you discovered in nature? Something going on in the world? Was it a teacher? An experiment you performed in a science lab? A hobby you are passionate about?” The Institute for STEM Education is introducing a collaborative challenge … Continue reading Join the STEM QuESTS Challenge: $5,000 in Prizes
As online learning continues to grow and expand, U.S. News & World Report has ranked Clarkson University’s online MBA program as one of the top-100 in the nation. This year, the program has also been ranked in the top 60 Best Online MBA Programs for Veterans. Clarkson’s David D. Reh School of Business offers several … Continue reading U.S. News & World Report ranks Clarkson University Online MBA Program in Nation’s Top-100
One Card Transactions: The billing cycle will end January 20th with the January 21st Visa load of One Card transactions dated December 21st through January 20th. Submit expense reports by January 28th for approval by January 31st. Please make sure that you have reconciled all transactions dated January 20th and prior. If you did not complete a report for November/December charges, include … Continue reading January One Card expense reports
The Office of Information Technology is pleased to welcome and introduce Gavin Riggi. Gavin is a Linux System Administrator under direction from Brian Huntley, Director of Network Services & Information Security in the Office of Information Technology. [Full Text Article]
Join us for a workshop led by Cyntonia Miller (CEO of Black on The Job) where she provides tips on how to best represent/pitch yourself to recruiters. We will also cover information about interview accommodations, job offer negotiations, and the legal rights of job candidates (ie: the federal Crown Act, NY State Salary History Ban, … Continue reading Got the Interview? Now What?!