As of this morning, all University employees have submitted their COVID-19 vaccination documentation or request for a medical/religious exemption ahead of our August 1 deadline for all University members. Ninety-nine percent of all Clarkson employees are fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Thank you to all students who have submitted the required documentation — we are on … Continue reading COVID-19 Read: All Employee Vaccine Documentation In Ahead of Aug 1 Deadline– 99% Vaccinated.
In June, New York State lifted all COVID-19 restrictions that impact our University operations, with the exception of those in our healthcare settings and mask mandates. Current mask wearing policies for indoors are posted at the entrances to buildingsUnvaccinated individuals continue to be responsible for wearing masks in accordance with CDC guidance. All members of … Continue reading COVID-19 Read: Mask Policies for Indoors
Monday (8/2) is the “Summer Visit Day” on Campus. Open House Guests will be directed to Staff lot 10 (Moore House) and Lot 13 (Between TAC and WSV) as this year’s event will be hosted in the Student Center. Students and Staff are asked to park in all other staff lots along with upper Cheel that will have plenty of available parking. Please … Continue reading Parking Announcements for Summer Visit Day
Clarkson Community, Clarkson University and our Bass Fishing Club are hosting the 2021 Carhartt Bassmaster College Series National Championship presented by Bass Pro Shops on Wednesday, August 11 through Saturday, August 14, 2021, launching from Whittaker Park on the St. Lawrence River from Waddington. Our very own Craig Beucler ‘21, James Gillis ‘24, Dante Piraino … Continue reading Bassmaster College Championship Aug 11-14 – JOIN US!
Carhartt Bassmaster College Series Championship Friday, August 13 & Saturday, August 14 Family Mini-Fest at Whittaker Park, Waddington Hosted by St. Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce and Clarkson University SEEKING: Family and fishing focused vendors, info booths, businesses and food trucks *Interactive displays and activities a PLUS! More Information HERE Registration Packet
One Card Transactions: The billing cycle has ended for One Card transactions dated June 21st through July 20th with the final Visa load on July 21st. Submit reports by July 29th for approval by July 30th. The earlier reports are submitted will help assure they can be approved by month-end. Please make sure that you have reconciled all transactions dated July 20th … Continue reading One Card expense reports due 7/29/21
Lenn Johns, the Founding Dean of Clarkson’s Lewis School of Health Sciences, has been named to a three-year term to the board of the Northern Area Health Education Center, Inc. The Northern Area Health Education Center (NAHEC), through collaborative efforts, improves access to quality healthcare by making improvements in the supply, training, development, and distribution … Continue reading Clarkson University Lewis School of Health Sciences Dean Named to NAHEC Board
Clarkson’s Beacon campus in July hosted 35 middle school students from Hudson Valley middle schools for TEAM Survival Science, a 3-week hands-on STEM and environmental learning program. Students engaged in everything from catching and identifying fish to building and piloting small drones, all while immersed in study of the ecosystem of the surrounding Denning’s Point … Continue reading Clarkson’s TEAM Science builds STEM and personal skills for 35 students at Beacon
Point Positive and Clarkson University Join Forces to Support Entrepreneurs PLATTSBURGH, NY – Point Positive, Inc., in collaboration with Clinton Community College, the North Country Chamber of Commerce, and Clarkson’s Shipley Center for Innovation, will hold a Business Ideation and Entrepreneurship Workshop to help individuals interested in starting their own businesses. This workshop, held at … Continue reading Free Business Ideation and Entrepreneurship Workshop in Plattsburgh
This year’s cohort will present 11 posters on their Aquatic Science, Engineering, and Technology (ASET) Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) research they conducted with our faculty this summer. The program book is attached.