Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Elise Stefanik has announced that Clarkson University will receive a $100,000 National Science Foundation Division of Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences Grant for the Atmospheric Chemistry program at Clarkson University. This project will include collaboration between scientists from laboratories in the United States and from foreign countries.

“I am proud to announce this funding for Clarkson University and their research pursuits,” said Congresswoman Stefanik. “We are fortunate in the North Country to be home to a number of great Universities and research institutions who make significant scientific contributions. I look forward to seeing the impact this important funding will have, and I will continue to advocate for federal grants like this one that have real impacts on my district.”