Constitution Day is TOMORROW (9/17)!

Please visit the Student Center Forum between 11am-1pm for a demo of TurboVote, the voter registration assistance tool available to Clarkson faculty, staff and students. Participants will also have the opportunity to pick up a pocket-sized Constitution of the United States to reference. Elections are coming on November 3rd! If you are a United States citizen and at least … Continue reading Constitution Day is TOMORROW (9/17)!

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 make a big difference in your productivity.  Come learn ways to make … Continue reading Study Smarter- Academic Strategies to Get the Most Out of Your Time

K2CC – Collegiate QSO Party

The Clarkson University Amateur Radio Club (K2CC) will be participating in the Collegiate QSO Party, an operating event that encourages “alumni to connect with their alma mater and students to network with other schools”.  The club will be participating in the first 24 hours of the event starting on Friday, September 17 at 8:00 PM EST. The … Continue reading K2CC – Collegiate QSO Party

DEI Book Club

Hello students, faculty, and staff: Welcome back! We are excited to continue our DEI book club this semester. We pick literature, both fiction and non-fiction, that will spark engaging, insightful, and necessary conversations surrounding social justice. Everyone who is part of our Clarkson community is welcome! Books can be provided to those who register by … Continue reading DEI Book Club

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!!! 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!!!

Alumni Fall Fest Weekend

This weekend (Friday, September 17, and Saturday, September 18), Development and Alumni Relations will be hosting the previous two years’ 50th-anniversary classes and some of the Alumni Association Award recipients. Woodstock Lodge will be the registration check-in headquarters.  Guests have been directed to use the small parking lot between Bertrand H. Snell Hall and Woodstock … Continue reading Alumni Fall Fest Weekend

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

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”