Message From the Dean

We are excited to share with you the spring edition of the Reh School of Business e-newsletter. Our students and faculty continue to amaze us as they pursue the interdisciplinary research and knowledge needed to solve real-world problems for a better future. In this edition, we have highlighted just a few of their stories. I hope you enjoy reading them.

— Augustine Lado, Dean of the Reh School Business/Dorf Chair in Entrepreneurship and Innovation

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MBA Program in Top 100, Again

Once again, our online MBA program has been ranked in the top 100 nationally by U.S. News & World Report. Providing a high-quality, flexible and accessible business education online is vital these days. We know this in the Reh School, and we’re glad to be recognized as a stellar example of online education.

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Water Project Is a Winner 

Congratulations to Clarkson Professor and Director of Engineering and Management Michelle Crimi ’95 and her team for receiving one of the Department of Defense’s Environmental Security Technology Certification Program Project of the Year Awards! The award recognizes their work on patented horizontal wells that filter contaminated water underground.

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Michelle Crimi
E&M Ranking

E&M Program in National Top 25

Cross-training has always been important, but in the current economic climate, being able to move nimbly between job roles is even more critical. At Clarkson, our engineering and management (E&M) program gives students the skills to do just that. And has recognized how well we do it, ranking our program in the top 25 E&M programs nationally. 

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We’re a Good Investment

Getting a bang for your buck has always been a priority for those considering which college to attend. If they didn’t hear about it elsewhere, prospective students reading the new guidebook, Colleges Worth Your Money, can rest assured that Clarkson, one of only 150 colleges featured, is an investment they will be happy they made.

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Colleges Worth Your Money