To expand understanding of waterways for the benefit of human health, ecosystems, New York’s economy and quality of life.

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MSEM students practice instructor 'preach' of environmental sustainability

Student project consistent with MSEM instructor and Riverkeeper Paul Gallay 'green' priorities lesson.

Progress of the Great Lakes Seaway Ballast Water Working Group

Each day hundreds of large national and international ships travel to the Great Lakes from the Atlantic Ocean. Many, when dumping their ballast water, inadvertently introduce non-native organisms into the Great Lakes system.

Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSEM)

A hybrid online and in-person Clarkson Master of Science in Engineering Management for working professionals. New cohort launching January 8, 2016 in Beacon. 
Learn more and apply! 

Thank you for helping to bring 3D watershed to 199 Main Street!

Beacon's first-ever 3D virtual watershed let's visitors of all ages cause rain, channel water flows and move the landscape while playing with sand! Press 'play' icon above to see for yourself.

Learn how Beacon Institute of Clarkson University puts research, education and policy to work, expanding the understanding of waterways for the benefit of human health, ecosystem restoration, economic development and quality of life. 

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