Download the Clarkson125 Logos and Letterhead

The 2021-22 academic year marks Clarkson’s 125th anniversary of its founding dedication in 1896.  In celebration, and to ensure consistent University-wide communications, pleaseuse the Clarkson125 logos and letterhead for all communications through June 30, 2022.  We are also offering new Clarkson125 notecards (blank inside) as another way to enhance and personalize your communications. These notecards … Continue reading Download the Clarkson125 Logos and Letterhead

Clarkson Launches New Presidential Speaker Series September 22

First Speaker is University of Massachusetts Boston Chancellor Emeritus J. Keith Motley Clarkson University is launching a new Presidential Speaker Series, designed to bring eminent scholars and thought leaders from across the country and around the world to help members of our community tackle perennial and emerging challenges such as racism, colonialism, sexism, poverty, climate … Continue reading Clarkson Launches New Presidential Speaker Series September 22

HAPPY LATINX HERITAGE MONTH!!!

Happy Latinx Heritage Month!!! Every year, Clarkson, along with the rest of the United States celebrates the Latinx people, culture, and heritage during the national Latinx Heritage Month dates of Sept. 15th through Oct. 15th. This year, the Chief Inclusion Office along with the Clarkson chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) will be … Continue reading HAPPY LATINX HERITAGE MONTH!!!

Meeting the Demands of Changing Climates: Fall 2021 Webinar Series Announced

The Adirondack Research Consortium has partnered with Paul Smith’s College to present “Meeting the Demands of Changing Climates,” a webinar series that will span the month of October with weekly discussions focused on adaptations to changing climates in the region. The webinar series begins on Friday, Oct. 1 with a talk titled “Update on Climate … Continue reading Meeting the Demands of Changing Climates: Fall 2021 Webinar Series Announced

Training and Development Announcement

Dear Clarkson Community, Last year we launched mandatory Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion training through our Human Resources and Chief Inclusion Offices. The importance of training has been seen in many areas on our campus and we recognize the opportunities created for self-reflection and professional development. We have added more specialized training topics that will be … Continue reading Training and Development Announcement

Clarkson in “The Conversation”

Check out this article by Professor Susan Powers Menstrual cups are a cheaper, more sustainable way for women to cope with periods than tampons or pads Susan Powers, Clarkson University Every year in America, women spend at least US$2.8 billion on sanitary pads and tampons that can take hundreds of years to decompose. Is there a … Continue reading Clarkson in “The Conversation”

Electrical & Computer Engineering Seminar

Jeremie Fish, Research Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Clarkson University Will present a talk entitled: “Perfect state transfer for quantum computing with non-Hermitian Hamiltonians.” Location: SC160 Date: Friday, September 24th 2021 Time: 4pm Abstract: With Moore’s law winding down, quantum computing (QC) currently promises to be the next big leap in our ability to perform computations. … Continue reading Electrical & Computer Engineering Seminar

Xianda Shen Appointed Assistant Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering at Clarkson University

Xianda Shen has been appointed assistant professor of civil & environmental engineering at Clarkson University.  He received his Ph.D. in geosystems engineering and master of science degree in computational science engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology,  his master of science in tunnel and underground engineering from Tongji University, and his bachelor of science degree in … Continue reading Xianda Shen Appointed Assistant Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering at Clarkson University

Clarkson University Professor to Serve as Difficult Dialogues’ Panelist for “Decolonizing Your Dialogue” Webinar Event

Clarkson University, in partnership with The Difficult Dialogues National Resource Center (DDNRC) and Princeton University, is sponsoring a two-part webinar series, “Decolonizing Academe”. These workshops feature panelists from academic institutions across the country. The first webinar held Tuesday, September 21 from 4:00pm – 5:30pm EDT features Rodney Coates and Stephen Quaye discussing their frameworks to … Continue reading Clarkson University Professor to Serve as Difficult Dialogues’ Panelist for “Decolonizing Your Dialogue” Webinar Event

Student Success Workshop: Study Smarter – Academic Strategies to Get the Most Out of Your Time

Study Smarter- Academic Strategies to Get the Most Out of Your Time The Student Success Workshop Series is a ten-week program, sponsored by the Student Success Center.  This Friday the Student Success Workshop is designed to help you develop study skills for academic success. Being intentional about what you study, and when you study can … Continue reading Student Success Workshop: Study Smarter – Academic Strategies to Get the Most Out of Your Time