Lifelong Learning/Continuing Education
Skidmore offers several opportunities for individual study, personal enrichment, and discovery.
“Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.”
― W.B. Yeats
opportunities in addition to the museum's Educator's Guide, published annually.
Continuing education and certification credits are available for teacher training in
Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS). Tang staff members are available to give
presentations at Arts in Education Teacher Development Days, to explain Tang
programs, and to offer faculty tours of the exhibitions.
Visit the Tang Web site for more information.
The Liberal Studies for Mature Adults Program each fall offers a series of weekly
lectures over seven weeks to people age 55 and older from Saratoga, Warren, and
Washington counties. Presented by Skidmore faculty, the lectures cover a wide range
of issues in the humanities, arts, natural sciences, and social sciences, mixing the
contemporary with the historical.
Visit the Mature Learners Program Web site for more information.
in the world to immerse themselves in a graduate education without being uprooted
from their jobs or homes. Students typically complete their coursework at a
distance through individualized tutorials with Skidmore professors, in-class courses
at universities near their homes, supervised internships, and/or study abroad.
Graduates enter Ph.D. programs and professional schools, further their current careers,
and start new ones.
Visit the MALS Web sit for more information.