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What Else to Consider in Your Graduate Program Search

By Fiona Laramay ​Ph.D. student in Environmental Science & Engineering When I was looking at grad schools, other than admissions and faculty research areas, I really didn’t know how else to compare them. Now that I’m in my third year at Clarkson, I’ve realized there are some important characteristics that have made my experience incredibly …

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How a Supportive Staff Impacted My MBA Experience

By Isaac Beckstead Student in residential MBA program Since I have started Clarkson University’s MBA program, I have found that the staff is what truly makes the program great. There is no doubt: The one-year MBA is tough. Graduate school is a huge step in your life. It gets very stressful and puts students to …

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Our Construction Engineering Management SPEED Team Victory

I’m Zach Gordon, a senior civil engineering major here at Clarkson. I am a member of the Construction Management SPEED (Student Projects for Engineering Experience & Design) team. I’m graduating in December because I did a co-op with Walsh Construction during the spring semester of 2017. I recently competed in the 29th Annual Associated Schools …

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A Current Dual Degree Perspective

By Stephen Lewis  Current student in residential MBA and Data Analytics master’s programs Coming from a small high school in Potsdam, N.Y., and then attending SUNY Potsdam, I was looking for a graduate school with reputable programs, small program sizes and the possibility of joining clubs. Luckily enough for me, I didn’t have to look …

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Where My Degree Took Me, Thanks to Clarkson

By Peter Cannellos Bachelor of Science in Global Supply Chain Management ’10 Master of Business Administration ’11 I started my career in supply chain management after earning two degrees from Clarkson University — a Bachelor of Science in Global Supply Chain Management in 2010 and a Master of Business Administration in 2011. My time and …

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What Is an Admissions Interview & Why Should You Do One?

By Katherine Catimon, associate dean of undergraduate admissions & communications As an admissions counselor at Clarkson, I have had the pleasure of meeting with countless prospective students who are interested in learning more about Clarkson. One of my favorite ways to do this is through the “admissions interview.” However, there are often some common questions …

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Fall Fun in the North Country

 Hi everyone! My name is Morgan Lamendola, and I am a senior at Clarskon. I’m here to help you find some cool activities around the area. Fall has arrived, and you might be wondering what there is to do for fun in the North Country this time of year, so I have come up with …

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5 Tips for Narrowing Your College Search

Hi everyone! My name is Olivia Hoffman, and I am an assistant dean of undergraduate admissions at Clarkson University. I am here to offer some advice on turning what might be a long list of possible colleges into a more manageable list as you continue your search. I’m sure you have a list of schools …

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10 Questions to Ask on a College Campus Tour

Hi everyone! My name is Kim Keeley, and I am an admissions counselor at Clarkson. Campus tours are the best way to find out if you will like a certain school. When you take a tour, you see firsthand what campus is like, get a feel for the community and truly start to understand what …

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How to Prepare for the GRE or GMAT

You’ve taken your share of standardized tests, so you know that preparation can make a difference. And when it comes to preparing for the Graduate Record Exam (GRE)—or, for business school, the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)—you have lots of options. How do you choose? Take an online practice test to get a sense of …