Potsdam Campus Community, Per our protocols, we are sharing that Clarkson was notified this afternoon that a member of our campus community has tested positive for COVID-19. This person was last on campus in Potsdam on November 16 and did not interact with others on campus that day. St. Lawrence County Public Health representatives are … Continue reading COVID-READ: Positive Case Reported from Off-Campus Testing
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
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Two weeks passed since we started the United Way campaign with a campaign goal of $5,000. As we approach the end of the 2020 campaign, we have raised $3,432. Given the current climate, this is a good effort. I think we can do even better. We have one day left to push the total to … Continue reading Clarkson Employees Raise $3432 for the United Way!
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
Just a reminder to please submit your textbook adoptions.Textbook adoptions should be submitted every semester months in advance to ensure orders can be placed on timeWe are now utilizing a new Textbook adoption process called AIP (Adoptions & Insights Portal) This new portal will allow you to research and submit your own textbook adoptions to … Continue reading TEXTBOOK ADOPTIONS DUE- SUBMIT IN AIP
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
The St. Lawrence County Visitor & Relocation Guide is now available digitally and features Clarkson University. Please share this link with your new hires, visitors and students who are looking for things to do in our region. A limited number of paper copies of the Guide are also available. To add this guide (http://chambervu.com/stlawrencerelo20/) to your web … Continue reading St. Lawrence County Visitor & Relocation Guide is Now Digital/ Features Clarkson
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
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