How to Spot a Phishing Email

The Office of Information Technology has been alerted to a recent increase in suspicious email activity, including reports of people receiving fraudulent emails coming from what appears to be a familiar Clarkson name or department. These types of emails are known as “phishing” which is this practice of sending emails that appear to be coming … Continue reading How to Spot a Phishing Email

Update on Sustainability Fund!

Votes are coming in! Voting only goes until 10/30. To see the current status of the votes (2:00 pm on 10/24) and to cast your own vote, follow the link below. We will direct the $20k fund to the winning project. During the academic year, a team of faculty, staff and students will complete project … Continue reading Update on Sustainability Fund!

Nightmare on Main Street! Haunted House 10/26 and 10/27

Join us for Nightmare on Main Street 59 Main St. Potsdam, NY 7:00-11:30 pm October 26th and 27th. $12 a ticket- cash or knight card Buy tickets at the door. *16 and under requires supervision If you are planning on going to cheer on the Golden Knights Hockey on Saturday the 27th, you can get … Continue reading Nightmare on Main Street! Haunted House 10/26 and 10/27

TONIGHT – Science Cafe: How are Drugs Invented and Why is the Process so Expensive?

Dear friends, Please joins us tonight, 7:15 pm, at Jernabi Coffeehouse (11 Maple St., Potsdam) for our next Science Cafe event (a rundown follows). See you there! —Dani How are Drugs Invented and Why is the Process so Expensive? Canton: Tuesday, Oct 23, 7:15 pm Potsdam: Wednesday, Oct 24, 7:15 pm Natural materials (minerals, plants, … Continue reading TONIGHT – Science Cafe: How are Drugs Invented and Why is the Process so Expensive?

11/03/18 – Don’t forget to RSVP for Spectrum’s 1st Annual Winter Gala Fundraiser

MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR THE MOST ENCHANTING EVENT OF THE WINTER SEASON! Join Spectrum on Saturday, November 3rd at 5:00 PM in the Multipurpose Rooms for our First Annual Winter Gala Fundraiser, where we will raise money to help feed and provide comfort to the homeless and less fortunate in the Potsdam Community. The last … Continue reading 11/03/18 – Don’t forget to RSVP for Spectrum’s 1st Annual Winter Gala Fundraiser

Fall Workshop Series Continues TODAY

Dear Clarkson Students, REMINDER: The Clarkson University Libraries will continue our fall workshop series today at 5 pm Rowley Lab 142 or remotely by Adobe Connect with The Good, The Bad & The Ugly: Tips for Evaluating Sources. (To attend remotely please click here.) What is the difference between a scholarly source and a news … Continue reading Fall Workshop Series Continues TODAY

Thanksgiving Break Residence Hall Closing

Greetings Residents! The Residence Life Office wishes you success on your mid-term exams, and wish everyone a joyous Thanksgiving Break. Here are some important points to keep in mind as you prepare to vacate campus housing: Residents must vacate their residence hall rooms on Wednesday, November 21 at 8:00am. Campus housing reopens on November 25 at 8:00am.    Any students … Continue reading Thanksgiving Break Residence Hall Closing

Women’s Soccer Hosts St. Lawrence This Evening

With just two games remaining on the regular-season slate, the Clarkson Women’s Soccer team looks to finish strong against possibly its two biggest rivals, starting this evening with a Liberty League match against Route 11 rival St. Lawrence University at 6:00 p.m. on Hantz Turf Field. The Knights host RPI on Saturday for Senior Day … Continue reading Women’s Soccer Hosts St. Lawrence This Evening