ISE Spotlight

Sue Powers at COP26

At the Climate Conference

ISE Director Sue Powers attended COP26, the UN Climate Conference in Scotland. She shares some preliminary thoughts on the ISE Facebook page, including the need for students to "recognize the opportunity for their careers to be forward looking and innovative." One word takeaway: "NOW – the imperative word for the timeframe for action."

Evelyn Paige

Junior Year Environmental Science Classes

In her most recent vlog, Evelyn Paige shares her classes as an environmental science major in her junior year at Clarkson.  Watch it here. 

Andrew David

Dr. Andrew David Wins DEC and Great Lakes Research Consortium Award

Clarkson Assistant Professor of Biology Andrew David, Ph.D., recently won a New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) and Syracuse-based Great Lakes Research Consortium (GLRC) grant and will lead a first-of-its-kind research project assessing the connectivity patterns of two established invasive species of snails—one that impacts largemouth bass populations in New York lakes and rivers, and one that is now the largest, most abundant snail in Adirondack lakes. The project will be carried out in collaboration with Dr. Kate Cleary, Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies at SUNY Potsdam.