Suresh Dhaniyala Named Bayard D. Clarkson Distinguished Professor

This is a well-earned honor for Professor Dhaniyala, an outstanding teacher with expertise in the role of aerosol particles on the environment, climate, and human health, funding from National Science Foundation, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, US Army and NASA, and more than 50 publications.

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Clarkson's Wu and Nakata Win NSF Award for Research Fortifying Structures Against Coastal Water Disasters

The unpredictable impacts of climate change on specific coastal communities brings into sharp focus the National Science Foundation (NSF) award to Clarkson University Civil and Environmental Engineering Associate Professor Narutoshi Nakata and Professor Weiming to research methods to improve structural engineering for coastal water disasters.

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The Cultural Crisis of Climate Change: Q&A With Dr. April Beisaw

“Past climate changes have created the ruins of civilizations on which we build mythologies of disappearance. These past cultures changed when the climate did. We are trying to resist those changes. That is the crisis.” Dr. April Beisaw will be a panelist for “Planning Ahead in the Anthropocene” June 18 at 7:00 PM at Beacon Institute’s Center for Environmental Innovation and Education, Denning’s Point, Beacon.

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Clarkson's Sue Powers: Project-Based Education Builds Climate Literacy

A recent Gallup Poll sounded the alarm: Americans consider climate change a low priority. For Dr. Susan E. Powers, Clarkson’s Associate Director for Sustainability at the Institute for a Sustainable Environment, project-based education is the key to making climate change real.

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