When India and Pakistan separated in 1947, their long-shared art and architecture was contested and interpreted in different ways, and Professor Saleema Waraich is researching the topic. More.
Fresh faces, four years later
In 2011 a dozen first-year students described what they hoped for at Skidmore--new friends, championships, academic excellence. Now with graduation approaching, they reflected and reassessed. More.
The world beckons
Three members of the Class of 2015 have received prestigious awards to study and work abroad. More.
Skidmore celebrated more than 100 outstanding students at Honors Convocation and the SGA Leadership Banquet and created a portrait gallery of many. More.
History course on Vietnam helps students connect past with present
Skidmore's HIS 363 course, titled "The Vietnam War in American Memory" offered a unique opportunity to engage in a public history project at a prestigious venue. More.
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Skidmore In The News
Dan Nathan talks to CNN about Baltimore, after the riot
American Studies Professor Dan Nathan, a longtime Baltimore Orioles fan, reflects on the healing properties of sport and a wounded city in this CNN story. More.
New York Times: The Math of March Madness
Michael Lopez, a statistics professor who uses algorithms in sports analysis, captures the attention of The New York Times for his take on "bracketology." More.
Yahoo News: Maya mural reveals ancient 'photobomb'
In the February issue of the journal Antiquity, Skidmore Professor Heather Hurst and co-authors find a surprise in a 1,250-year-old Maya mural. More.
Faculty-Staff Achievements, May 12, 2015
Scarce publishes new book, Janes participates in Yale conference on Edmund Burke, Lindner writes op-ed for the Times Union. More