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 Professor’s Documentary Film About Underground Railroad to be Screened at New York History Conference
The Trial of Horatio Hough, a film by Clarkson University Professor of Communication & Media Stephen Farina, will be screened at the 15th Annual Underground Railroad Public History Conference at Russell Sage College in Troy, N.Y., in April 2016. The documentary follows a group of cavers in 2014 as they search for Hough’s Cave, a […]
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 Assistant Professor of Humanities and Title IX Coordinator Jennifer Ball has been named to the Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA) advisory board. Ball was named a contributing editor for ATIXA’s newsletter, Title IX Today, in the fall. Title IX of the U.S. Education Amendments of 1972 states no person shall, on the […]
Clarkson University Vice President for External Relations Kelly Chezum received the Education Pioneer Award for her work supporting Women’s Entrepreneurship Day (WED) and leading efforts to promote college student engagement in entrepreneurship and business opportunities for girls and young women. The second annual WED was held at the United Nations in November. Chezum, chairwoman for […]
The merger of Union Graduate College into Clarkson University has received unanimous approval from the boards of trustees of each institution this week. The affirmative votes keep the process moving toward a planned January 1, 2016, actualization date.