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- School of Arts & Sciences NEWS 03-02-2015
Clinical Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy Rebecca Martin is welcoming individuals and loved ones of individuals with Parkinson's disease to a series of support group meetings at noon on the third Monday of each month.
Andreas Wilke has been granted tenure and promoted from assistant professor to associate professor of psychology.
Maria Gracheva has been granted tenure and promoted from assistant professor to associate professor of physics.
Stephen Bird has been granted tenure and promoted from assistant professor to associate professor of political science.
Clarkson University collected 363 stuffed animals at its second annual Teddy Bear Toss to benefit child patients at local hospitals.
"Are Mosquitoes More Attracted to Beer Drinkers?" will be presented by St. Lawrence University Professors of Mathematics Patti Frazer Lock & Robin Lock at the next Science Cafe on March 10 in Canton and March 11 in Potsdam.
Researchers at Clarkson University have published a paper on a new strategy that could improve the design of hydrogen storage systems.
Three McNair Scholars at Clarkson University will present their psychology research on bullying and memory at an international conference.
Abdul Jerri, professor emeritus in the Division of Mathematics and Computer Science, has donated free access to Sampling Theory in Signal and Image Processing – An International Journal to the Clarkson University Libraries.
Clarkson Trudeau Biomedical Scholars Program Students Research History of Public Health at First U.S. Tuberculosis Lab
Clarkson University students in the Clarkson Trudeau Biomedical Scholars Program are learning about the history of public health at the first lab built for tuberculosis research in the United States.
Asst. Prof. of Political Science S.N. Nyeck has been invited to speak at the conference "The State of the Art of Sexuality Research in Africa" in Kenya.
Asst. Prof. of Political Science Christina Xydias has been awarded a Carrie Chapman Catt Prize by the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics at Iowa State University.
"Designing Nanobiomaterials for Cancer Therapeutic Delivery" will be presented by Asst. Prof. of Chemistry and Biomolecular Science He Dong at the next Science Cafe, Feb. 17 in Canton and Feb. 18 in Potsdam.
A spit test may one day be able to diagnose autism according to researchers at Clarkson University and the State University of New York at Plattsburgh.
Asst. Prof. of Political Science S.N. Nyeck is joining an international group of scholars in Denmark to speak about colonial government outsourcing practices in Africa.
The first publication out of a collaboration between Clarkson University and the Trudeau Institute aims to improve the fight against bacterial infections through immunoengineering.
The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology has granted a travel award to Clarkson University chemistry doctoral student Kelly Wormwood for her research on neurodevelopmental disorders.
The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) began a new activity group on education in January with help from Clarkson University Dean of School of Arts and Sciences Peter Turner.
Clarkson University's Physician Assistant Program is hosting its second annual Teddy Bear Toss on Saturday, Feb. 7, to benefit child patients at local hospitals.
Clarkson University's Lisa Tebo says the field of occupational therapy provides a wealth of innovative and rewarding career opportunities for students.
Local scientists and professors will again take to the stage starting February 17 for the "Science Cafe."
Clarkson University Assistant Professor of Physics Jan Scrimgeour has helped write the Optical Society's new educational poster series in celebration of the 2015 International Year of Light.