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  • Robots Invade Clarkson 

    The FIRST Robotics Championship competition brought more than 400 students, and their coaches and robots to campus.

     

  • Science Olympiad 

    Clarkson recently hosted the Adirondack Regional Science Olympiad, an event that brought a host of science oriented high school students from throughout Northern New York onto campus.

     

Clarkson brings the excitement of science and engineering to K-12 students through project-based learning and after-school mentoring programs, and through collaboration with other area colleges.

But we do more than just teach science, technology, engineering and math concepts.  Through interactive learning and the development of student/teacher mentorship, we foster relationships, answer questions and provide an insightful perspective into the realities of science and technology education.

Energy Game

Thanks to Energy Choices, a board game created by Clarkson engineering students, middle schoolers in upstate New York are learning about the country's energy situation and the impact their own personal decisions have on energy conservation.

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