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Clarkson University annual alumni reunion

Our alumni represent a powerful professional and personal network that is more than 44,000 strong!  Proud CU alumni stay connected, stay informed, and help create an even stronger Clarkson for future Golden Knights.

Let's CU Give event on campus

Your support is visible throughout every facet of campus and has helped our students, faculty, and staff excel.  The Clarkson experience would not be possible without it.  Golden Knights, thank you!  

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Clarkson was founded by the generosity of Thomas S. Clarkson’s three sisters and niece in 1896.  Today, the University thrives because of the support of our donors.

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Knights of Note

RSS Knights of Note Archives – Development & Alumni Relations
  • Greg Lotko ’88
    As part of a campaign to raise awareness about all of the people that make the mainframe great, Clarkson alum, Greg Lotko ’88, was featured on the big screen in Times Square.! Greg is an SVP & GM for the Mainframe Software Division at Broadcom Software.
  • Eric Valentine ’06
    SRC Promotes Hughes, LaVine, and Valentine to Director Roles Syracuse, NY – SRC, Inc. is pleased to announce the promotion of Jason Hughes, Jessica LaVine, and Eric Valentine. Eric Valentine now assumes the role of mission and strategy director. Valentine will be focused on translating customer missions and trends to business […]
  • Carl Comstock ’89
    Carl Comstock was awarded the Indoor Track All Greater Rochester Girls Coach after leading the Williamson team to the Section 5 title. Congratulations!
  • Jesus Batista MS ’82 PhD ’87
    Congratulations are in order for Jesus Batista MS ’82 PhD ’87 on being named a senior member of both IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) and ACM (Association for Computing Machinery).