Tag: Prospective Students

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College Selection & Success Tips from a Biomolecular Science and MBA Clarkson Alumna

Hi readers! My name is Jennifer Karekos ’14, MBA ’15, and I attended Clarkson University for both my Bachelor’s degree in Biomolecular Science and the residential, one-year Masters in Business Administration (MBA). Currently, I am the Associate Director of Program Management at Akron Biotech in Boca Raton, Florida. I oversee project management of our custom …

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All About Pre-Health Sciences Tracks at Clarkson

Pre-Health Science tracks at Clarkson are the perfect way to prepare yourself for the next stage of your education or career while working through your major, whether your goal is to become a medical practitioner/professional, or work in the healthcare industry in a myriad of careers. Healthcare careers are often ranked among the best jobs …

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Why Choose Psychology at Clarkson University

Hello everyone! My name is Robert Viera ’23 and I’m from Ware, Massachusetts. I’m a sophomore undergraduate psychology major here at Clarkson University. If you are a prospective student considering Clarkson or a current Clarkson student thinking about changing your major, I hope this blog can be of use to you! Today I’ll be sharing …

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Why I Love Communication at Clarkson

Hello! My name is Abby Bashaw ’21, and I am a senior communication major with a minor in new product development & marketing here at Clarkson University. I am from Cape Vincent, New York, a little less than two hours from campus, in New York state’s Thousand Islands region, and I am so glad that …

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Two Things I Learned About Myself at Clarkson

Hello! My name is Elyse Scott ‘22, and I am a junior biology major here at Clarkson. I am from a small town in New Hampshire and I originally came to Clarkson with the intention of pursuing an environmental engineering degree. However, I quickly learned a few things about myself and about my passions and …

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My Clarkson School Experience and Advice for Schoolies to Come

My name is Alexis Johnson and I am in the Clarkson School, making me a “Schoolie,” (this is a traditional nickname for a student in the Clarkson School) but if I stayed in high school, I would have graduated in 2021.  I am from a small town about three hours from Clarkson – Holland Patent, …

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Five Reasons I Love Clarkson’s Math Department

Hello! My name is Kyle Monette ’21, and I am a junior mathematics major at Clarkson. Being in a pretty small department, I wanted to share with you some reasons why I love the math department here and why I chose to study math in the first place. So let’s dive right in! Here are …

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Celebrating Clarkson’s First Generation Students

On November 8, the Council for Opportunity in Education and Center for First-generation Student Success celebrates the fourth annual First-Generation Celebration Day. Here at Clarkson, we join other colleges and universities across the country in celebrating our students who are the first in their family to attend college and receive a higher education. Karla Norales ’22 and Olivia …

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Five Reasons I Love Chemistry and Biomolecular Science at Clarkson

Hi everyone! My name is Megan Carhart ’20, and I’m a senior undergraduate biomolecular science major here at Clarkson University. Today I’ll be sharing with you some of my favorite things about my academic experience.  Before I dive in, I’m sure many of you are wondering, “What exactly is biomolecular science?” Similar to biochemistry, biomolecular …

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Using Zoom for Clarkson University’s Undergraduate Admissions Virtual Events and Sessions

As more and more colleges and universities continue to utilize Zoom for virtual events, interviews, tours and more, the Undergraduate Admissions team and I here at Clarkson have put together some tips, explanations and best practices for you to think about as you register for and attend college virtual admissions events.  My name is Carrie …