Summer research from six colleges will be shared at Skidmore this Saturday, Sept. 23. Presenters include 28 Skidmore students with projects from biochemistry to sociology.
Justice and rehabilitation, inequity and immobility, and other complex issues of mass incarceration in America are themes in a faculty-student project that's part of a national traveling show.
Public lectures coming up at Skidmore include expert talks on racial, environmental, and business issues.
As a leading liberal arts college, Skidmore is "proud to be recognized in the national top 50 by U.S. News and World Report," says President Philip A. Glotzbach.
From immigration to the environment to campus sexual harassment, US presidents have taken unilateral action. Guest scholars debate the issue for Constitution Day on Sept. 14.