Art-making, performances, and much more enticed visitors of all ages to Skidmore’s Tang Museum for the annual celebration of its namesake, a 1961 grad.
Young children learn from what they see and hear all day. But how can scientists measure these informal perceptual inputs? A Skidmore professor found a method and won a federal grant to share her results.
When he was first a guest on This is Skidmore, political science professor Chris Mann discussed the then-upcoming presidential election and hinted about his students' unique research that was to be performed during the semester. Now, on season two's final episode of This is Skidmore, Mann was joined by Brent Azaert '20, Brian Roberge '18, and Antigone Scaperdas '19 to share their findings.