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Clarkson University is a small coeducational private university in Potsdam NY with a long tradition in technology and engineering and a more recent expansion of focus into business and health curricula.

Special Reports

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UN Weapons Inspector Scott Ritter--The Iraqi Threat: How Real Is It?
Scott Ritter, former chief weapons inspector for the United Nations Special Commission in Iraq, in a recent North Country Tour, made the case against unilateral military action in Iraq.
UpNorth Forum
Paul Hawken on Natural Capitalism
Author and businessman Paul Hawken envisions a new kind of economy, one that protects natural resources, creates more jobs, and gives businesses a competitive advantage.

Clarkson University Settles with Former Hockey Coach

Last year, a popular coach at Clarkson University was fired over a controversial incident with a student. Former Hockey coach, Mark Morris was let go after he and a Clarkson player got into a physical confrontation on the ice. Yesterday a settlement was reached between the university and Morris that will put an end to a trial and multi-million dollar lawsuit he filed. Jody Tosti has more.  Go to full article

Special Report: Voices from the Home Front Call-in

Martha Foley, along with guest hosts John Massaro from SUNY Potsdam and Chris Robinson from Clarkson University, talk with callers about the impact of the US-led war in Iraq on the North Country and its communities and families.  Go to full article

Media Coverage of War: Then and Now

One things is certain about the war with Iraq: we are seeing it in a brand new way. Satellite video phones, embedded reporters and the play-by-play nature of contemporary news, particularly television news, are combining for a dramatic new way of getting the story. Martha Foley talks with Dan Dullea who teaches mass communications and society at Clarkson University in Potsdam. Part of his curriculum is a history of journalism.  Go to full article
At the demonstration in Potsdam.

Trials of an Iditarod Hopeful

Tomorrow 56 men and women and their dogs will take off for the 1200 mile Iditarod sled dog race from Anchorage to Nome, Alaska. Organizers call it "the last great race on...  Go to full article

Preview: Clarkson Lecture on History of Sex Education

David Sommerstein talks with Alexandra Lord, a staff historian for the U.S. Public Health Service about the government's sex education campaign.

She'll be...  Go to full article
Gov. Pataki, Clarkson president-elect Tony Collins, and State Senator Ray Meier.

Pataki Gives Clarkson $4.5 Million for Biotech

Governor George Pataki visited Clarkson University in Potsdam Friday to announce a 4.5 million dollar state grant through its Ge*NY*sis program. The money will help Clarkson...  Go to full article

State Helps Lure Faculty To Clarkson

Clarkson University is one of nine New York universities that will get state help to lure high-tech and bio-tech researchers to their campuses. David Sommerstein reports the...  Go to full article

The Iraqi Threat: How Real Is It?

Martha Foley talks with former chief United Nations arms inspector Scott Ritter, who will be speaking tonight at St. Lawrence University in Canton, and tomorrow night at...  Go to full article

Filling the Post-Ames Void

When Ames Department Stores close their doors for good in a dozen North Country communities later this fall, they'll leave behind a retail void. Small town residents will...  Go to full article

The Post Industrial World Economy: Upside Down and Backward

Business leader, environmentalist, and author Paul Hawken is a leading proponent of natural capitalism: corporate reform with respect to ecological practices. Hawken spoke...  Go to full article

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