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Energy in a Peanut Shell

Prof. David Mitlin is using peanut shells to create a new generation of fast-charging, low-cost batteries.

Far-Flung Adventures

Honors Program students engage in service learning in the Dominican Republic and research in China and Germany.

15 Years of Executive Education

Attendees include nearly 500 executives, managers, and consultants from 45 states and four continents, representing more than 80 globally recognized corporations.

Leading By Example

Cindy Dowd Greene ’78 demonstrates how to turn a vision into a reality as she helps lead the financing and construction of the $20 million Northwest Family YMCA in Baldwinsville, N.Y.

Africa: Looking Past the Headlines

"It is true that there are terrible diseases such as Ebola, child soldiers, and starving children during the "hunger season." What we don’t see, however, is the ferociously growing middle class, the computer technicians who can repair cell phones in minutes, kids writing code. What we don’t realize is that Africa is evolving quickly."

Finding the Next DDT or PCB

Clarkson Prof. Tom Holsen is leading a multi-university research team to find contaminants of emerging concern in the Great Lakes ecosystem before their use becomes widespread.

All in the Family

When Brian Jacot ’77, ’85, CEO and founder of Greystone Consolidated, looks for up-and-coming talent to fuel his fast-growing environmental and engineering consulting business, he looks to his alma mater.

Our Investments. Our Values.

Clarkson commits $5 million of its endowment as an initial investment in a social responsibility fund.

Jamie Griffin ’17 Invited to the UN for Women’s Entrepreneurship Day

The world’s largest celebration of women innovators and job creators.

Karma Kats -The First (Unofficial) Pep band?

Alumni respond to our Clarkson Pep Band at 50 story.