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Recapping 2017

Paul Simon

Each year Skidmore shares a lot of news about research, campus life, alumni, you name it. Which homepage stories reached the most eyeballs in 2017? More.

Molecules and medicine

Jon Brestoff-Parker '08 puts his M.D. and Ph.D. to work on cellular diagnostics and treatments for conditions from diabetes to cancer. More.

Lessons in museumship

How can an anthropology major fit into the eclectic programs of Skidmore's acclaimed teaching museum? A new endowed internship underwrites the experience. More.

Digging the dirt

Jess Wong '09 knows exactly when the chickens come home to roost, because her days don't end until they are in for the night. More.

Genetics ancient and modern

Tracing the evolution of diseases, bioarchaeologist Kelly Harkins '04 says, "I've worked on 11,000-year-old bones from South America and on samples from ancient Nubia to medieval Europe." More.

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Creative Thought Works

Fran Kirmser ’93

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Arts advocate and founder of one of the first consulting companies dedicated to emerging artists, Fran Kirmser '93 has numerous Broadway credits, including helping produce “Hair,” the 2009 Tony Award-Winner for Best Musical Revival. More

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Faculty-Staff Achievements, October 16, 2017

Samuels film wins award, More

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