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Clarkson University Professor Named Contributing Editor for Title IX Newsletter

Clarkson University Professor Named Contributing Editor for Title IX Newsletter

Clarkson University Assistant Professor of Humanities and Title IX Coordinator Jennifer Ball has been named a contributing editor for Title IX Today. The monthly, subscription publication delivers the latest Title IX news, research and expert guidance. Ball’s first article as contributing editor appears in the October 2015 issue, and she will contribute an article every […]

Clarkson University Prof & Student Create Website on History of Women Engineers

Clarkson University Prof & Student Create Website on History of Women Engineers

A Clarkson University professor and student have teamed up to create a website on the history of pioneering women in engineering at Clarkson. Social documentation student Emily Baker ’16 of Germantown, N.Y., designed the website as part of an independent study, and Associate Professor of History Laura Ettinger provided the content. The website showcases oral […]

Clarkson University Professor Selected for Fulbright Chair in Canada

Clarkson University Professor Selected for Fulbright Chair in Canada

A Clarkson University School of Business professor is preparing to conduct environmental economics research in Canada this fall as a recipient of a prestigious Fulbright Chair in Canada. Associate Professor of Economics and Finance and Fredric C. Menz Scholar of Environmental Economics Martin Heintzelman has been awarded a Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in the Environment […]

Clarkson University Psychology Professor Immersed in Ideas in Germany

Clarkson University Psychology Professor Immersed in Ideas in Germany

As an associate professor of psychology at Clarkson University, Andreas Wilke studies how people make decisions, but he probably didn’t have to think twice about spending part of his sabbatical in a Bavarian Castle at Lake Tegernsee, Germany. Earlier in October, he joined his former research institute — the Max Planck Institute for Human Development […]

Clarkson University Renews Global Partnership in Germany

Clarkson University Renews Global Partnership in Germany

When a group of visitors from Potsdam, Germany, came to Potsdam, N.Y., in the early 1990s, they helped plant a seed of friendship that blossomed into a vibrant academic and cultural exchange with Clarkson University. Kathryn B. Johnson, vice president for Student Affairs & International Relations at Clarkson, recently returned from a visit to the […]

Clarkson University Professor Speaks on Shared Culture of Nudism in Unified Germany

Clarkson University Professor Speaks on Shared Culture of Nudism in Unified Germany

Annegret Staiger, a Clarkson University associate professor of anthropology who teaches on race, ethnicity, and sexuality and gender issues, was recently invited to speak at the University of Wyoming in Laramie during a series of talks on “25 Years of German Unity.” “After 25 years of reunification, the big question is to what extent has […]