Across the Campus: Innovation with Darryl Scriven

“People are not afraid of Change they are afraid of loss.”

On this week’s episode of the Clarkson Ignite Podcast we host Dr. Darryl Scriven, a professor specializing in mathematics and bioethics. We talk to Dean Scriven on his experiences and travels, and how it has influenced his outlook on innovation, the importance of ethical research, and the future of education in general. His passionate attitude towards change and innovation opens the door to many possibilities to share with the Clarkson community.

Across the Campus: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Launch in with another episode Across the Campus!

This week’s episode features Professor Suresh Dhaniyala, distinguished professor and Co-Director of the Center for Air and Aquatic Resources Engineering and Sciences (CAARES). Dr. Dhaniyala speaks to us about the current state of aerosol mechanics and particle research, in addition he shares with us his experiences with his own research in an insightful and powerful way. He explains the need for this research and why it is a growing field. Take off for a moment and relax because you’re on a trip Across the Campus!

Across the Campus: Biology

Save the animals is taking on a whole new form!


This week’s Clarkson University’s Ignite Podcast episode “Across the Campus” takes us on a journey to the Biology Department. We talk to seasoned biologist and Professor Tom Langen about the ecological impacts of humans, especially on endangered species, and how biological research is being implemented in the North Country and New York. Dr. Langen explains that, “technology is getting to a point to where we can use” previous research and newer technologies to form new and interesting ways of ecological preservation.

Across the Campus: Engineering & Management

What’s with the talk about data, data is everywhere and everything! 


Welcome to Ignite’s new series Across The Campus, a theme focused on highlighting innovation in departments, clubs, and research on Clarkson University’s diverse campus. Join Clarkson Ignite on the first episode as we talk to Dr. Golshan Madraki, a professor conducting research in the area of mathematical modeling and its applications, specifically involving social media. Dr. Madraki talks to us about the importance of using mathematical modeling as a tool to help define and solve problems for social media, supply chain management, and analysis of consumer data. She believes that analysis of this data can help diagnose problems with internet misinformation and improve mental health of people on social media!