Palamountain Scholarship Benefit
|Hilary Knecht '13: Palamountain Scholar
[6/26/13] Drawn to Skidmore by its ethos of creativity, Hilary has taken advantage of the curriculum, internships, and study abroad to prepare for a promising career in museum education. Read More.
|Artist Profile: Tom Myott
[7/3/12] The signature artwork for this year’s Palamountain Scholarship Benefit is the handiwork of Tom Myott, a painter known for his landscapes, portraits, and equine scenes. Read More.
|Bryn Shockmel '12: Palamountain Scholar
[6/26/12] Bryn is one of 19 students to receive financial aid this past year through the Palamountain Scholarship Fund. “Without the Palamountain Scholarship, I would never have been able to attend Skidmore or participate in such fantastic experiences as study abroad,” said Bryn. Read More.
|Skidmore to recognize Marylou Whitney and John Hendrickson for community service
[6/18/12] Skidmore College will honor well-known Saratoga couple Marylou Whitney and John Hendrickson with the awarding of the college’s Lucy Skidmore Scribner Medal at the Palamountain Scholarship Benefit, July 31. Read More.
|Executive Chef Jim Rose
[7/29/11] Executive Chef Jim Rose will prepare this year's menu. "The concept is healthy flavors using a lot of local summer ingredients,” Rose said. “Each year, we’ve increased our vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options at the college, and we wanted to bring that into our catering.” Read More.
|Greg Montgomery, featured artist
[7/8/11] Artist Gregory R. Montgomery has donated his talents to the Palamountain Benefit by creating the artwork that graces the cover of this year’s invitation and printed program. Read More.
|Kyle Carey '08, Palamountain Scholar Update
[7/8/11] Kyle Carey, who was the featured student speaker at “Polo by Twilight” in 2008, has been busy building a successful musical career, drawing on her Skidmore education and her passion for songwriting and Celtic languages. Read More.
|Amy Bergstraesser ’11, Palamountain Scholar[7/6/11] From local government to national policy issues to international affairs, Amy Bergstraesser ’11 has leveraged her passion for politics and her Skidmore education to gain extraordinary real-world experience. Read More.|
|Anne Palamountain, Skidmore's Cheerleader
[7/6/11] “You cannot expect a person to come up with creative solutions to complex problems unless you allow that person to develop their own creative tools. We must focus on ways to develop that creative part of our collective mind through education if we are to endure on this planet.” Read More.