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Thomas F. Basso '74, Louis A. Dindo, '54 Ann Marie Lubert '89, and John Munter '62 have all been honored with the Golden Knight Award by their alma mater, Clarkson University.
S.N. Nyeck, assistant professor of political science, will deliver the Exploring Transfer summer commencement address at Vassar College on July 25.
Dana Barry, senior technical writer and editor at Clarkson's Center for Advanced Materials Processing, has won her 19th consecutive APEX Award for Publication Excellence.
Clarkson students teamed up this spring to clear land behind the Potsdam Humane Society to make way for a new dog park.
Kathryn Goldberg Receives Clarkson University Physical Therapy Scholarship in Memory of Melissa Walsh
The 2014 Melissa A. Walsh '03 '05 Memorial Endowed Scholarship has been awarded to second-year doctor of physical therapy student Kathryn Goldberg.
Thomas L. Kassouf, senior vice president of Snap-on Inc. and president of Snap-on Tools Group, has been elected to the Clarkson University board of trustees.
Karel K. Czanderna '77, president, chief executive officer and director of Flexsteel Industries, Inc., has been elected to the Clarkson University Board of Trustees.
Thomas J. Burns, president and chief executive officer of ENSCO Inc., has been elected to the Clarkson University board of trustees.
Artem Melman, associate professor of chemistry & biomolecular science in the School of Arts & Sciences, has been granted tenure.
Prof. Philip Hopke has been awarded the 2014 Chemometrics in Analytical Chemistry Chemometrics Lifetime Achievement Award.
A desire to help pets and pet owners has inspired Clarkson student Bryce Bandish '15 to turn a childhood invention into a new company.
Prof. Evgeny Katz was invited to be the plenary speaker at the Electrochemical Society (ECS) Student Chapter Symposium at McGill University in Montreal.
Clarkson University Professor of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering Piergiovanni Marzocca spoke in the Netherlands in May on morphing technologies.
"Voice of NASA's Mission to Mars" Steven Squyres to Speak at Clarkson University Alumni Reunion July 12
Researcher, astronomer and "voice of NASA's mission to Mars" Steven Squyres will speak at Clarkson as this year's Alumni Association Reunion Keynote Speaker.
The START-UP NY Approval Board has unanimously approved Clarkson University's plan for a Start-Up NY designation.
Clarkson University Professors' Research on Growing Spinal Discs Published in Prestigious Stem Cell Journal
Two professors made Clarkson history when their research on stem cells was published in a prestigious journal from Cell Press.
Four Clarkson undergraduate students recently were honored for chemistry and biomolecular science presentations.
Three Clarkson University professors are preparing to lead classes and conduct research in South Africa, Romania, and Slovenia this fall as recipients of prestigious Fulbright Scholar Awards.
Clarkson University Business School Professor Studies Humanitarian Group's Approach to Disaster Relief
Associate Professor of Operations & Information Systems Santosh Mahapatra is studying a humanitarian organization's approach to disaster relief.
Clarkson's hometown radio station, B99.3 FM WSNN and 1470 AM WPDM, will broadcast live Golden Knights Hockey this season.
The shoreline of Stradbrook Island off the coast of Brisbane, Australia, is cleaner now thanks to 16 Clarkson University global business studies students.
Clarkson grad student Armand Gatien Ngounou Wetie has won an Eastern Analytical Symposium Graduate Student Research Award for his study of autism spectrum disorders.
Prof. Philip Hopke is sharing his knowledge on managing air quality with Canadian colleagues at York University in Toronto, where he presented the 2014 Morris Katz Lecture in Environmental Research.
For the second consecutive year, the Clarkson Inn has received the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence award.
President Tony Collins will deliver the keynote address at the Hoosac School Prize Day and Commencement on Saturday, June 7, in Hoosick Falls, N.Y.
Clarkson University B-School Dean Speaks Before Hong Kong Educators & Offers Leadership Ideas for Service-based Economies
Business School Dean Dayle Smith spoke before Hong Kong educators and discussed connecting the service leadership model to global leadership roles and responsibilities.
Assistant Professor of Political Science Stephen Bird is co-editor of a book that examines social activist Howard Zinn's amazing legacy.
Evgeny Katz, the Milton Kerker Chaired Professor in the Department of Chemistry & Biomolecular Science, has been awarded Clarkson's Lifetime Research Achievement Award.
Clarkson University student Jenna Boss '15 sees a big problem in fashion marketing. The models are digitally slimmed down in images that are touched up.
Four students from Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps Detachment 536 at Clarkson were recognized during the annual commissioning ceremony at Cheel Arena.
Clarkson University Research Assistant Professor Alisa G. Woods of the Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Science will discuss her work at the ICare4Autism International Autism Conference.
The Army ROTC Golden Knight Battalion at Clarkson University commissioned eight cadets into the U.S. Army at the annual spring commissioning.
Four teachers, all nominated by Clarkson University seniors, have been honored as Clarkson University Inspirational High School Educators.
Research under way at Clarkson on possible configurations for green aircraft is resulting in designs that look a lot like nothing most people would imagine.
Clarkson's Smart Housing Project is the first of its kind in the nation to take an interdisciplinary look at how technology can change behavior around the daily use of water and power.
A three-stone fire is the traditional way of heating food and water, but it also poses risks and other problems. Users can be burned or scalded. Smoke can't be controlled. The fires are inefficient and waste a lot of fuel. Clarkson's Phil Hoke explains why this matters now.
A Clarkson researcher is pioneering a new purification process that, if successful, could help millions of people without access to clean water quickly and efficiently purify water to make it safe for drinking and cooking.
Environmental advocates push for regulation. Industry responds with caution, concerned about associated costs, while the public chooses sides. But research by Associate Professor of Economics Martin Heintzelman promises to diffuse some of that tension.
The global engagement of the Clarkson University School of Business faculty through international research and teaching has multiple impacts -- all of them positive.
Over the last decade, the subject of bullying has become a topic of academic interest, as scientists and social scientists delve into the psychological and physiological effects for both the bullied and the bully.
School of Business Professor Santosh Mahapatra has a reputation for tackling tough operational challenges. His pioneering research in logistics provides solutions to tough problems across the globe.
Clarkson's physical therapy students received the Volunteers of the Year award for their assistance at the Special Olympics New York North Country Region Annual Summer Games.
Grad student Kinga Stryszowska has been awarded the very first New York State Wetlands Forum Research Grant for her study of freshwater wetlands near Massena, N.Y., along the St. Lawrence River.
Graduate student Amir Enayati was recently awarded third place at the Advanced Energy 2014 conference for a poster presentation outlining his research on power system protection.
More than 700 Clarkson University students from 29 states, 34 countries and 58 New York state counties were granted bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees at the 121st commencement.
Bridges to Prosperity CEO Avery Bang received an honorary doctor of science degree at Clarkson University's 121st Commencement.
Former U.S. Secretary of Energy and Nobel Laureate Steven Chu received an honorary doctor of science degree at Clarkson University's 121st Commencement.
Graduating senior Pinguang Yang of Brooklyn, N.Y. received the Frederica Clarkson Award during Clarkson University's 121st commencement ceremony.
Brian T. Helenbrook, a professor of mechanical and aeronautical engineering in Clarkson University's Wallace H. Coulter School of Engineering, was awarded the Distinguished Teaching Award during the University's 121st commencement ceremony.