Chief Inclusion Office Weekly DEIB Resources Historical and Contemporary Black Experience The Chief Inclusion Office is launching a weekly resources announcement to the Clarkson Community. The resources are meant to help people explore diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging [DEIB] for themselves, in their communities, and in our institution. They may be resources that help you … Continue reading
Are you looking for service opportunities on campus? Do you want to gain leadership experience from your time at Clarkson? Then you should attend the Circle K interest meeting happening this Thursday, September 17th at 7pm! Circle K is an internationally recognized organization whose focus is on community service and leadership development. As a Circle … Continue reading Circle K Interest Meeting Today
Welcome Back to Your CUSA News! Since its formation, Clarkson University Student Association has sought best to represent and advocate for Clarkson’s student body. Each year we as students face new challenges and gather new ideas, this year will be no exception. There is unfortunately no guidebook on how best to navigate through our upcoming semester, … Continue reading Welcome back to “Your CUSA News”
Dear students, You are invited to compete in a Constitution Day Kahoot! Trivia quiz today! To play, go to bit.ly/Constitution-Day-OSL and be sure to use your real name to qualify for a prize if you win! The quiz is open until this Friday, 9/18 at 12 a.m. First-year students get First Year Cup points!
Voting is a core principle of being American, but to exercise this basic Constitutional right, we must be registered to vote! The general election is being held on November 3rd and your vote counts. Please watch the videos below to learn more about voting absentee and the electoral college. Sign up for TurboVote, the voter registration assistance … Continue reading Constitution Day is today, September 17th!
We Wanna CU Outside – Now til Winter Weather (First Year Cup points available but upperclassmen are welcome to join) Sign up to go on guided adventures with your peers through our beautiful Potsdam area! On campus hikes, walks, water adventures, mountain bike trails and more! Use this link to check back for continually added … Continue reading Guided outdoor activities on campus (hikes, birding, etc)
Students in Clarkson University’s Analysis of Aircraft Structures class will benefit from an exciting new aspect of the course, related to a change in class delivery method necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic. The AE350 course is being taught online this semester, so Assistant Professor of Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering Craig Merrett has redesigned the course … Continue reading COVID Changes Bring New Opportunities to Aircraft Structure Class at Clarkson University
The Institute for a Sustainable Environment is holding a photo contest with the Theme: Valuing Our Natural Resources! This event is part of our year-long ISE Sustainability Fund project that is working on infrastructure and culture change that encourages all members of our Clarkson community to value our environment and natural areas. There will be … Continue reading Clarkson Nature Photo Contest
Weekly Message Update Golden Knights, Stay with the Game Plan. As we open up more, be mindful of safety protocols in all situations.
Dear Clarkson Students, REMINDER: The Clarkson University Libraries workshop series will continue tomorrow at 5pm via Zoom with Becoming a Research Guru: Research Project Tips & Tricks Are you totally new to the library? Or maybe you’ve used the library, but don’t feel like you are getting the best search results? This workshop will tell … Continue reading REMINDER: Becoming a Research Guru