Teaching Assistant (Former Employee) – Potsdam, NY – May 17, 2016
Everyone was there to teach and really enjoyed what they did. Management was always helpful and patient. I learned so much by teaching others but the most valuable thing I gained from this experience was the ability to pass information to a large group verbally in such a way that they could act on it.
Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Potsdam, NY – April 18, 2016
Clarkson provided me with a great 4 years filled with learning and enjoyment. I got the opportunity to travel, and meet very interesting professors and advisors. I was able to conduct my own undergraduate research as well.
Assistant Director of Alumni Relations (Current Employee) – Potsdam, NY – April 5, 2016
The university allows employees to take courses up to twelve credit hours at no cost, roughly 2 courses per semester. Most graduate courses are in the evening, so it doesn't intervene with working hours.
Great School, Great People, Free food for poor student.
Prospective Transfer Student Advisor (Former Employee) – Potsdam, NY – September 21, 2015
I helped Clarkson whenever the opportunity saw fit, mainly because they did so much to help me in the pursuit of my professional career. There was the added bonus of delicious meals every time you presented at an event.
Graduate Assistant & Consultant (Former Employee) – Potsdam, NY – September 4, 2014
Most of my work was research and data mining. I was directed by a wonderful professor at the School of Business at Clarkson University. I also assisted with in-class activities and research assignments. The hardest part of the position was imputing data for the Professors research and the best part was working closely with the professor of strategy. I was fortunate enough to learn a lot from her through one on one interaction.
Graduate Researcher (Former Employee) – Potsdam, NY – July 3, 2014
I learned a lot while researching for my master's degree at Clarkson University. I was able to work independently, but still received periodic advice from my advisor. My professors and peers helped me to learn and grow.
Clarkson is a great institution - the biology program I was part of was small, but energetic!
Assistant Professor of Biology (Former Employee) – Potsdam, NY – May 8, 2014
Clarkson is a gem. A great place for students and faculty to interact to acheive the highest educational experience possible. I had wonderful colleagues there, great students, and a great experience.
The hardest part of the job was that our department (Biology) was small and did not have access to equipment funds needed to bring the students experiences in state of the art analyses. That said, we did a fine job, and students had great educational and critical skill development experiences!
great colleagues, great students, beautifuls etting
Chemical Research Technician (Current Employee) – Potsdam, NY – April 16, 2014
Clarkson is a great place to work! The university is small so it has a community feel to it. The downside of working here is really the surrounding area. There's nothing around except farm land and barns that have half fallen down. I love my job, the flexibility, and the university community. I hate living in Potsdam.
Graduate Teaching Assistant (Current Employee) – Potsdam, NY – March 27, 2014
It is very exciting to be a member of clarkson group. I learnt time management, team work, and to handle challenging tasks. My co-workers are very friendly, cooperative and intelligent. The hardest part is to grade exams. Most enjoyable part is teaching.
Clarkson University is the third smallest nationally ranked research university
Mechanical Engineer, CFD Researcher (Current Employee) – Potsdam, NY – January 7, 2014
I like working in Clarkson. It is located in a small area, which is much peaceful and beautiful. Clarkson produces remarkably effective engineers, scientists, health professionals, business people, and creative leaders who easily engage. I enjoyed my relationship with faculties and staffs.
Clarkson University has a large computer facility with 80 node cluster .