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Spring 2001

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Feature

Observations

On Campus

Sports

Books

People

Alumni Affairs
and Development

 

 
 

On Campus

Brave new world: Pathfinding Tang exhibit explores mapping
Charts, graphs, and models illuminate the notion of mapmaking

Success is explored, and honored, at convocation
Scholar-activist Derrick Bell kicks off spring term

Weller, dean and teacher, retires

The summer place to be
Skidmore's special summer programs are filling up fast

Confusion and clarity in children’s memories
Psychologist Mary Ann Foley reports on 20 years of child memory research

Holocaust historian delivers Balmuth Lecture
Latest book by Deborah Lipstadt was her topic for Skidmore’s inaugural Balmuth Lecture in February

Proving the value of Skidmore?
American schools at all levels are feeling the pressure to measure and demonstrate their effectiveness

Strong consensus marks planning process
Strategic planning reaps early results

Newsbriefs
Short takes from around campus

Acta
Highlights of faculty and staff news

 


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