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World Reach and Diversity
Global education, service and social responsibility amplify Clarkson’s world presence. As stewards of inclusive educational opportunities and intellectual growth, Clarkson embraces, encourages and actively pursues diversity in every corner of the academic, student life and alumni enterprise.

By expanding the physical footprint of Clarkson throughout New York–from Potsdam to Beacon to the Capital Region to the international gateway of Manhattan– Clarkson is defining a new type of higher education institution in much the same way that the founders did in 1896. Clarkson continues to remove geographic barriers through implementation of new technologies that extend its rigorous education to intense online programs that reinforce the vision of a Clarkson education.

See Clarkson@125 strategies and measurements for extending world reach and diversity.


World Reach and Diversity


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 […]

World Reach and Diversity


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 […]

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