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NSF supports plant-cell research

Just as mammals evolved from fishy ancestors, land plants evolved from aquatic algae. How did plant cells manage the wet-to-dry transition? An NSF grant is helping a Skidmore scientist answer that question. More.

Hrbek reading announced

Greg Hrbek, writer-in-residence, will share his new book in a reading this week. More.

College launches restorative justice project

David Karp, professor of sociology

A new program will advance restorative justice's principles and implementation. More.

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Game piece from Clockwork Wars

Neuroscientist Hassan Lopez reaps a reward following eight years of effort--publication of his first board game. More.

Real researchers embrace failure

The best scholarly researchers are nerdy, smart types with intellectual passion. Turns out they also must be resilient, open-minded, and creative when confronting inevitable setbacks. More.

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Nick Merrill '05 travelled with Hillary Clinton at the Department of State, served as her press secretary when she departed, and continues to wield significant influence on the former Secretary's communications strategy in her current presidential bid. More

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Economist Joerg Bibow writes about the Greek debt crisis
"The Euro was not meant to be a prison," says Professor Bibow in this essay for "The Conversation." More.

Professor Jim Kennelly advocates for the arts
Writing in the "Irish Examiner," Kennelly reminds readers of the importance of Ireland's cultural assets. More.

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.

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Faculty-Staff Achievements, Oct. 5, 2015

Boyers publishes 10th book, Lilly presents at symposium in Italy, Biberman-Ocakli shares research with scholars in India. More