What was happening at Clarkson in March? Plenty -- from hockey championships to talent shows to a celebration of Pi.
Unless otherwise noted, photos by University Photographer Steve Jacobs.
Local students participated in the 1st Annual Diversity and Inclusion Conference on the Clarkson Potsdam campus March 1, to kick off Diversity and Inclusion Week.
Students, alumni, and faculty and a t-shirt wearing pooch enjoyed the activities during the 2019 Cold Out Gold Out (COGO) celebration March 2.
Charles Weschler of the Environmental and Occupational Health Science Institute, Technical University of Denmark spoke at Clarkson about indoor environmental chemistry, March 12.
The 2019 Clarkson’s Got Talent show brought out our students’ hidden talents, March 13. (Hannah Bedell Photo)
Local elementary and high school students joined Clarkson students to celebrate Pi Day, March 14, on the Potsdam campus.
Clarkson ROTC members along with Ft. Drum Army soldiers participated in a drill using a Blackhawk helicopter on campus, March 14.
Director of Athletics Steve Yianoukos ’72 is retiring in June after 35 years with the athletic department, making him one of the longest serving collegiate athletic administrators in the country. He was feted at a ceremony March 16 at the Cheel Campus Center and Arena.
On March 20, the campus community and the public gave a special send-off to the championship Clarkson Women’s Hockey team before they headed to the Frozen Four in Connecticut.
In Lake Placid on March 23, Clarkson’s Men’s Hockey team won its first ECAC Hockey Championship Tournament title in more than a decade in an overtime thriller with Cornell.
Plenty of green and gold was seen in arenas near and far this hockey season.
Clarkson was the scene of the 2019 North Country Regional Business Plan Competition on March 29. (McClusky Photography)
Spring Open House and Accepted Students Day on March 30 drew new students and their families to Potsdam for a full day of introductions to the University.
Among the greeters on Accepted Students Day -- University President Tony Collins.