Daniel Rusanowsky II MBA ’86

Longtime Sharks broadcaster going into hockey’s hall By Curtis Pashelka Dan Rusanowsky, the radio play-by-play voice of the San Jose Sharks since the team’s inception in 1991, has been named the newest recipient of the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award for outstanding contributions as a hockey broadcaster. Rusanowsky, who has called […]

Craig Conroy ’94

Flames name Craig Conroy General Manager The Calgary Flames announced today that Craig Conroy has been named General Manager. Conroy becomes the eighth General Manager in the history of the franchise*. “We conducted an extensive search process and today we are thrilled to introduce Craig Conroy as our General Manager,” […]

Whiting-Turner Alumni Team Milestone!

In Baltimore, MD on 5/11/23 the Whiting-Turner team celebrated their topping out of the CMSC North Tower Addition project at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. The North Tower will be a new state-of-the-art laboratory research facility on The Johns Hopkins Medical Campus. The North Tower is one of three buildings that […]

Aquilla Chase ’16 Graduates with MD

Congratulations to Aquilla Chase ’16 who graduated with her MD from Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine. She will be completing her residency in Emergency Medicine at Brown University.

Clarkson grads receive EdD and M.S. degrees from the University of Colorado Denver

Congratulations to Dr. Kevin Lobdell (Clarkson ’06, UConn MA ’09) who received his EdD from the University of Colorado Denver on May 13. Kevin is Senior Director of Alumni Engagement and Donor Relations at the University of Colorado Boulder. He resides in Denver, Colorado. Congratulations to Elizabeth Scanlon (Clarkson ’17) […]

Jon Fogelberg ’63

Earth 2.0: Environmentalism Unleashed: Hopeful Wonders, Careers, Pioneers, and Activists Introducing the April 2023 Amazon publication of “Earth 2.0: Environmentalism Unleashed: Hopeful Wonders, Careers, Pioneers, and Activists” by Jon Nils Fogelberg, BSID ‘60. This groundbreaking book addresses the urgency of human-induced climate change, a threat that eclipses the dangers of […]

Eric Trelease ’06

Earthquake Relief in Turkiye The nation of Turkiye was devastated in February by multiple earthquakes. Clarkson alumnus Eric Trelease and Carson Smith were sent out by their local church to the earthquake zone on March 12th with Eric’s son, Silas, and local contractor Bill Hull. The team spent over a […]

Patrice Robitaille ’95

Former Golden Knight Inducted into Binghamton Hockey Hall of Fame Clarkson’s 8th all-time leader in career points, Patrice Robitaille, was inducted into the Binghamton Hockey Hall of Fame last week.  His actual induction was set to be in 2020 but was postponed due to the COVID pandemic, so Robitaille, who skated […]

Henry (Hank) Okraski ’58

Establishing Naval Simulation Museum at Sands Point, NY Hank is working with the Sands Point Preserve Conservancy on Long Island, New York to establish a Naval Simulation Museum dedicated to the years that the Navy was at the Long Island location from the years 1946-1967. The museum will include historical […]

Tracy Carmody ’04

Tracy Carmody Appointed to NYMHCA Board of Directors as Chair of Membership Committee Baldwinsville, New York – Tracy Carmody, MS, LMHC, NCC, CASAC-MC, Executive Director and Owner of Paths to Recovery Mental Health Counseling, PLLC., located in Baldwinsville and Syracuse, New York with services throughout the New York State, has […]