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- School of Arts & Sciences NEWS 11-20-2014
Constance Morella, former U.S. congresswoman and ambassador to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, will speak at Clarkson University on Wednesday, Dec. 3.
A paper co-authored by Clarkson University Assistant Professor of Mathematics Jie Sun has recently been published by a prestigious journal in physics and mathematics.
Asst. Prof. of Literature Michael Garcia has published a book on autobiography and ethnicity. Autobiography in Black and Brown, offers a theory of autobiography, as well as of ethnic identity.
Nearly 100 pounds of Clarkson Entrepreneur Coffee is fueling the ideas of the participants in the inaugural Women's Entrepreneurship Day at the United Nations.
Listening to jazz music while putting can boost your performance on the putting green, according to new research by Asst. Prof. of Physical Therapy & Physician Assistant Studies Ali Boolani.
Nobel Laureate in Chemistry Ada Yonath will present the two lectures of Clarkson University's 20th Shipley Distinguished Lectureship, Nov. 20 & 21.
"Visualizing Nanoscopic Worlds" will be presented by Assistant Professor of Physics Jan Scrimgeour at the next Science Cafe on November 18 in Canton and on November 19 in Potsdam.
American Society for Mass Spectrometry Grants Travel Award to Clarkson University Doctoral Student Studying Breast Cancer
Clarkson University chemistry and biomolecular science doctoral student Roshanak Aslebagh recently received a travel award from the American Society for Mass Spectrometry.
Clarkson University Undergraduate Students & Professors Co-Author Chapter on Bullying and Psychology
Aaliyah Gibbons '16, an interdisciplinary social sciences and biology student, and Alanna Wormwood '15, a history and psychology student, worked together to write a chapter for a forthcoming Nova Science Publishers book, Handbook on Bullying: Prevalence, Psychological Impacts and Intervention Strategies.
Hundreds of Food Items Collected for Helping Hands by Clarkson University Physician Assistant Students
Clarkson physician assistant students collected hundreds of food items last weekend during a drive to benefit the food pantry and soup kitchen at Helping Hands of Potsdam.
Craig Holdrege, author, scientist and educator, will deliver his talk "Thinking Like a Plant" at Clarkson, October 30.
Clarkson University Assistant Professor of Chemistry & Biomolecular Science Mario Wriedt recently conducted a workshop in Switzerland on how advanced materials can stop climate change.
Clarkson University chemical and biomolecular engineering student Maureen Hoen '16 has received a prestigious award from the American Institute of Chemical Engineers for her academic achievement.
Director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Art Bell will speak on the study habits of "Generation Z" at the Teaching Effectiveness Conference sponsored by the Associated Colleges of the St. Lawrence Valley on November 1 at St. Lawrence University.
Clarkson University Professor of Communication and Media Johndan Johnson-Eilola has written a new textbook for first-year composition students on adapting writing for new technology.
The Hungry Heart film director Bess O'Brien is screening her internationally-acclaimed film about prescription and opiate drug abuse in Potsdam.
Shantanu Sur has been appointed assistant professor of biology at Clarkson University.
Clarkson University Professors Receive National Science Foundation Grant for Nano-Biosensing Research
The National Science Foundation Nano-Biosensing program has awarded a grant to a team of researchers for their work in nano-biosensing. Evgeny Katz, professor of chemistry and biomolecular science / Milton Kerker Chair in Colloid Science; Vladimir Privman, professor of physics / Robert A. Plane Endowed Chair; and collaborator Luis A. Martinez-Lemus, research investigator / associate professor in medical pharmacology at the University of Missouri comprise the research team.