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Management and Business Department
MB 107 students

Student Achievements

Many of our students accomplish impressive goals and honors both at Skidmore and off campus.

Management and Business Awards

The Seymour and Sylvia Goldman Memorial Prize

Established by the family of Seymour and Sylvia Goldman in their memory by their daughter and son-in-law, Linda Goldman Tanenbaum and Jay Tanenbaum ’60. Awarded to the outstanding senior in the Department of Management and Business.

The Jefferson Huff ’88 Prize in Business

Established by the family and friends of Jeff Huff ’88, and awarded to a junior or senior business student who has a distinguished academic record and has produced an outstanding project in business.

The Gail Moran Morton ’60 Prize

Awarded to a junior or senior whose excellence in the business major has been combined with a particularly broad liberal arts program of study, and who demonstrates the humanistic concern for personal and community relationships that embodied the spirit of the liberal arts and that we associate with the memory of Gail Moran Morton ’60.

The Wall Street Journal Award

Awarded by the Department of Management and Business to a student whose outstanding academic achievement and interest in applied management have been evident throughout his or her academic career at Skidmore.

The Heck Award

Established in memory of Beulah Slocum Heck and awarded to the highest-ranking student in the Department of Management and Business.

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Activities Outside the Classroom

Our students are academically and professionally engaged inside and outside of the classroom. Here are some examples:

Clubs and Organizations


Kenneth A. Freirich Business Plan Competition

Off-Campus Study

Skidmore Saratoga Consulting Partnership (SSCP)

Collaborative Research

Independent Studies

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Resources for Students

Students majoring in MB often need to connect with other resources, experts and offices on campus. Here is a helpful list:

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