Last month, the Office of Information Technology (OIT) announced plans to upgrade Moodle from 3.11 to 4.1 in the first half of 2023. To help explain the changes that are coming, the project team is hosting a series of virtual informational sessions for faculty, staff and students. Tune in to the next Moodle Roundtable: February … Continue reading Moodle Roundtable Series Continues
Dear Clarkson Community – Please see the attached request for nominations for the Student Achievement Champion of the Year award to be presented during CREW. Note nominations are due Monday, February 6th via the form linked to the nomination request. The Distinction of Student Achievement Champion of the Year recognizes a University community member (faculty, staff, or administrator) who … Continue reading Call for Nominations due Feb 6th: Student Achievement Champion of the Year
As part of Black History Month, join the Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Office for a vulnerable conversation about not feeling like you are enough. Whether it’s not feeling confident enough, smart enough, Black enough, beautiful enough, handsome enough, Gay enough, etc. We all at some point feel like we are not enough, dare to be … Continue reading #IAmEnough
Have you recently entered a service request/work order with Facilities & Services (FAS) and wanted to know its status or wanted to communicate that you need it to be completed sooner? On the FAS webpage, the Priority Flow Chart Diagram is available which explains how priorities are determined, but in addition, there are daily meetings held with various university representatives, in which … Continue reading FAS Work Order Priorities & Status Updates
The coldest air mass of the season will bring dangerously cold wind chills to Potsdam beginning Friday, February 3, at 1:00 a.m. into the first half of Saturday, February 4. The National Weather Service anticipates daytime cold temperatures on Friday and early Saturday combined with very brisk northwest winds will create dangerously cold wind chills … Continue reading Cold Weather is Coming: Be Prepared
Roll call!!! The Institute for STEM Education is looking for donations of cardboard tubes (think toilet paper, paper towels, vinyl paper rolls, etc.). If you have any that you’d like to donate for K-12 STEM Outreach Activities, please consider dropping them off in the plastic bin outside of TAC 104 or contact Leigha Burkhalter (firstname.lastname@example.org or … Continue reading Cardboard Tube Request
As a reminder the Spring 2023 Career Fair will be held Tuesday, February 7th, 10am-3pm Via Handshake & Wednesday, February 8th, 11am-4pm in Cheel Arena and CAMP Atrium. In addition, on Thursday, February 9th, 8:30am-4pm employers will be hosting an in person Interview day in Cheel Arena & Camp Atrium by invite only. This spring … Continue reading Career Fair Don’t Miss Out!
Student Health and Counseling Center Contact email@example.com or 315-268-6633 for any questions! “Counseling Groups have started for Spring 2023!! We have five groups running this semester! Check out our flyer to learn more about each of them.” In This Together A group guided by the interests of members. Topics will be determined by the attending members and … Continue reading Student Health and Counseling Center Counseling Groups have started for Spring 2023
I am delighted to present the latest David D. Reh School of Business faculty achievements. Reh School of Business faculty continue to produce cutting-edge scholarship that unearth critical findings in the world of business. Our faculty are being recognized as thought leaders in their fields; publishing in, and reviewing articles, for the best academic and … Continue reading David D. Reh School of Business Faculty Research and Achievements – Fall 2023
The Sigma class of Kappa Delta Chi, Sorority inc. presents a chocolate covered strawberries and oreos sale in the student center on February 13th from 1pm-4pm!