On the cover: Chemist Ray Giguere is the catalyst
for Molecules That Matter.
(Photo by John Carl D’Annibale/Albany Times-Union)
Food and fa-la-la: The dining hall helps busy students get through finals week in December. (Photo by Josh Gerritsen '06)
Cover story: Chemist teams with curator on a museum show used throughout the curriculum
Strategy for the sciences
Why and how Skidmore aims to expand its science programs
Alumni in science careers share experience and advice
Environment-minded students combine science and advocacy
Skidmore's vision for the sciences
Check out the “Scopedish” blog.
The best of student art is on display at Skidmore's Schick Gallery through February 24. The show's guest juror will award several prizes provided by donors, campus groups, and local businesses.
Buckyballs, buzz, and business are the topics of a Tang Museum discussion on nanotechnology, February 26. The event, one of the museum's free, public Dunkerley Dialogues, is part of the Molecules That Matter exhibition that's on view through the spring.
Municipal water, justice, early education... Skidmore's role in local civic initiatives has always been big, and now it's getting bigger. Community relations and civic engagement will be featured in the next Scope Quarterly, due out in April.