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David Balter '93 to discuss innovation and shifting landscape of the Web

Few Skidmore alumni have navigated the emerging world of social media with greater success than David Balter '93. He'll share his perspective on the changing virtual landscape tonight in Gannett Auditorium at 7 p.m. More.

A passion for business

The entrepreneurial spirit of Skidmore students will be abundantly on display this Friday, April 11, as six teams compete for $35,000 in prizes in the Fourth Annual Kenneth A. Freirich Business Plan Competition. More.

A celebration of the Skidmore Mind

In no other month at Skidmore do the creativity, innovation and achievement of students, faculty and alumni flower more abundantly than in April. Scheduled over the next 30 days are some 70 events. More.

Where are they now?

Business professor Colleen Burke asked 172 business majors from the last two graduating classes how they were doing. What she learned got lots of students talking. More.

Sculptor, painter Leonard Urso named Raab Lecturer

Artist Leonard Urso says his art "should bear witness to the stories of our lives and reflect the depth of our past." More.

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Adam Brand '97

Adam Brand '97
Adam Brand '97 is hard to get on the phone. It's understandable. He's working in a 24/7 pressure cooker on Capitol Hill as chief of staff for US Rep. Linda T. Sanchez (D-Calif). Read More

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Liberal Arts Success

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Faculty-Staff Achievements, Feb. 18, 2014

Doretta Miller receives Best of Show at regional juried art exhibition; Advancement staff recognized for admissions, alumni initiatives.

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