This is a reminder that the last day to drop a course for the Fall 2020 term is next Tuesday, November 17th. Students who wish to drop a class must submit the online drop form in myCU no later than 4:00PM on Tuesday (11/17/20). Any form submitted by that deadline will be honored, if approved … Continue reading Last Day to Drop a Class is Nov. 17
Did you ever wonder how laws are made? Or, what is the Electoral College, anyway? On Thursday, October 29, at 12:00 pm, join Dr. Alexander Cohen, Assistant Professor of Political Science & Tess Casler, Director of the International Center for this ‘Lunch & Learn’ zoom session to learn about the basics of American Government & … Continue reading American Government
As part of our International Education Month, come learn about theChinese New Year and the Beijing Opera House Mask making. Monday, October 26, 2020, from 12 pm to 1 pm. Registration in advance for this meeting is required:https://clarkson.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwlde2rqT4iHdR9TV48wQtq9yoFR4JyYQpO. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Please direct any … Continue reading Chinese Cultural Session
HEOP Alumnus, Kelvin Herrera-Hassan ‘10 Innovation & Entrepreneur Major Kelvin started with Mount Saint Mary College’s Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) in June 2018. Before coming to the Mount, he was the Assistant Director for HEOP at Clarkson University where he brought energy and passion to their program and not only engaged HEOP students to … Continue reading Student Success Center Zoom Series Presents…
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) is excited to announce the hire of Michael Matthew in the role of IT HelpDesk Support Representative. He will be located primarily at the IT HelpDesk on the second floor of the Educational Resource Center. In this role, he joins long-serving colleague Kurt Besaw as the “first line of … Continue reading New Employee Michael Matthews Joins IT HelpDesk Team
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:Clarkson University is committed to the protection of intellectual property and copyright. Actions that deliberately infringe on copyright and other intellectual property rights are inconsistent with the Clarkson Values and a violation of the Clarkson University Information Systems Acceptable Use Policy. Such actions will not be tolerated. CONSEQUENCES:Users who violate the Clarkson University Information Systems … Continue reading Annual Copyright Policy Notification
The Woods are Open!The woods on the Potsdam campus are ready for you to walk, bike, run or otherwise relax in a socially distant and safe manner. New kiosks just arrived to highlight the Munter Trails (along the river) and the Clarkson Woods (behind the water tower) to help you find your way. You can view the digital version of … Continue reading The Woods are Open!
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Calling all Clarkson community members! Are you writing journals or letters? Are you interested in interviewing a friend or family member about their experiences during COVID-19? Send it to us to archive! For more details visit our webpage or email firstname.lastname@example.org. A partnership between Clarkson University Libraries & Archives and the Department of Humanities & Social Sciences
The 2020 Summer Research and Project Showcase (RAPS) is scheduled for July 30th & 31st with awards for best presentations being announced the morning of August 1st at 9:00am EST. In an effort to protect the health and safety of participants, we will again be hosting a virtual RAPS program. Special awards for presentations highlighting … Continue reading Clarkson University 2020 Summer e-RAPS