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Clarkson University PhD Candidate Receives Award to Present at International Mass Spectrometry Conference

Emmalyn Dupree of Massena, NY has received a travel award to present her research at the “32nd Sanibel Conference on Mass...

Clarkson University PhD Candidate Receives Award to Present at International Mass Spectrometry Conference

Emmalyn Dupree of Massena, NY has received a travel award to present her research at the “32nd Sanibel Conference on Mass SpectrometryAlong with Dupree, another graduate student, Madhuri Jayathirtha, from Bangalore, India, and an undergraduate student, Danielle Whitham, from Colchester, VT, will attend the conference and present their work. Chemistry doctoral candidate, Emmalyn Dupree of Massena, NY has received a travel award to present her research at the “32nd Sanibel Conference on Mass Spectrometry – Unraveling the Exposome” in Captiva Island, FL. This monetary award provides registration to the conference as well...

Clarkson University Receives $35K Grant for Food Waste Education Program with Canton Central School

This year, Constellation awarded $467,252 in grants to only 18 hands-on STEM projects, which will reach more than 19,000 students in grade six through collegeThe project will be led by Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Stefan Grimberg and Associate Professor of Engineering and the Institute for STEM Education Jan DeWaters Constellation, an Exelon Company has awarded Clarkson University a $35,000 grant as a part of their E² Energy to Educate grant program. This second consecutive grant from Constellation will allow Clarkson to expand its current partnership with Canton Central...

Two Leaders of Clarkson’s North Country STEM Network & Ecosystem Receive Leadership Award

Jim King, a senior partner at King+King Architects, received the Business Partnership Award. Lisa Blank, the Director of STEM Programming for the Watertown City School District received the School District Leadership AwardKing’s passion for change and STEM learning extends to educators, school board members, and other stakeholders. He has presented at countless conferences in NY and throughout the country Two North Country STEM Network and Ecosystem leaders were recently honored by the New York State STEM Education Collaborative with the Margaret Ashida Leadership Award. Jim King, a senior partner at...

Shipley Center Company LC Drives Wins Big at Upstate Capital Annual Awards

This is one of the largest Series A venture rounds from 2019, and the first big venture round on record in the North Country since Upstate Capital has been tracking deal activityAfter 7 years, LC Drives secured a $15M Series A investment from Koch Engineered Solutions earlier this year Earlier this month, LC Drives, a recent breakout company from Clarkson’s Shipley Center for Innovation won the Venture Capital Deal of the Year from Upstate Capital. The Association hosted its 4th annual awards celebration to honor the investment ecosystem across Upstate New...

Clarkson Professor’s Research Group Releases Study About Canadian Energy Views

The survey was conducted by Positive Energy researchers Stephen Bird and Erick Lachapelle. Bird is an Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the Institute for a Sustainable Environment Adirondack Semester at Clarkson UniversityPositive Energy releases early results from survey designed to track polarization on energy and climate issues in Canada Positive Energy, the research group at the University of Ottawa that studies energy policy released new and timely survey results, examining a range of issues pivotal to Canada’s energy future in an age of climate change. This novel...

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