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A roundup of Skidmore faculty books published in 2015

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Science summit announced

Science--from medicine to food, from phones to fuels--is changing everything. At an Oct. 24 summit, Skidmore alumni and other experts will share their insights. More.

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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Ángel Pérez ’98

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“Skidmore took a huge chance on me,” says Angel Pérez ’98, who describes his college years as “transformational.” Now, he's returning the favor as Trinity College's first-ever vice president of enrollment and student success. 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, Dec. 7, 2015

Berheide is new president of Phi Beta Kappa, Melito's poetry published, Solomon's research on terror management draws notice. More

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