Several Clarkson University faculty and staff members were recently honored for the significant amounts of external funding that their investigations and research activities have garnered.
Inducted into the University's Multi-Million Dollar Club were Associate Vice President of Student Success Catherine McNamara and Director of the Community Underrepresented Professional Opportunities Marjorie Warden.
The Multi-Million Dollar Club honors faculty and staff who achieve more than $5 million in externally sponsored research funding.
Inducted into the Million Dollar Club were Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering and Director of Software Daqing Hou and Professor and Executive Officer of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering Sitaraman Krishnan.
The Million Dollar Club recognizes faculty and staff who achieve $1 million or more in externally sponsored research funding.
Clarkson's research is focused on rapidly solving real-world problems for a better future. Faculty and staff pursue interdisciplinary research in four focus areas: healthy world solutions, data and complex systems analytics, advanced materials development, and next-gen healthcare technologies.
The University's network engages more than 380-plus active partners in industry, government agencies, chambers of commerce and research organizations, affording students access to world-relevant problems to pursue with their professors as well as a direct pipeline to internships and careers after graduation.