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Clarkson biology students are unique, driven and focused, but they're fun, too. Take a look at some of our current students, what they're up to, and what they're into.

Bethka Daye
Valerie Bethka '11
Scotia, N.Y.
Biology major Val performs research with Professor Schulte, but is also active in the Outing Club, PhiDE Medical Fraternity, the women's rugby team and the RASC-AL SPEED team.

Read more about Val.
Nora Daye '11
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Nora is active as the president of Tri-beta (the biology honor society) and the International Student Organization and as the community service chair of the National Society of Black Engineers.

Learn more about Nora.
Hadfield Pierre
Matt Hadfield '11
Gouverneur, N.Y.
An avid hockey fan, Matt is a member of Clarkson's men's club hockey team. Off the ice, he's involved in Tri-beta, the Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization (CEO Club), and he performs research with Professor Ken Wallace.

Find out more about Matt.

Keisha Pierre-Lys '12

Queens, N.Y.
Keisha, a Five Boroughs Scholarship recipient, performs research on lizard species and is an active member of the National Society of Black Engineers, Tri-beta, and the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers.

Read Keisha's story. 


Clarkson students rank among the highest in the world in terms of job placement and occupational advancement.  We offer a time-tested curriculum, tempered and advanced by groundbreaking science taking place here and elsewhere around the globe.  One in six Clarkson students is a President, Vice President, or CEO of a company.  Our alumni include professional athletes, professional artists, and other persons of distinction.