Never does the creativity of the Skidmore community bloom more abundantly than in April. It’s a cornucopia of lectures, concerts, competitions, exhibits, and more. In April, we extend to the world a special invitation to join us and explore all that Skidmore has to offer. See why we say creative thought matters.
Volunteering in Uganda for Soccer Without Borders led Kelsey Yam '13 to devise a new SWB program focused on girls--and to enter it in this year's Kenneth A. Freirich Business Plan Competition.
It's the end of a long workday and you're trudging through Chicago's busy Loop. Suddenly, hope spring up in the form of homemade cookies and fresh milk, thanks to a dreamer named Maggie.
Samuel Schultz '13 was barely off the plane from a year in China when he met two summer campers from Beijing. It was an 'aha' moment that could lead to a win in the Kenneth A. Freirich Business Plan Competition.
Two leading psychologists will share research into the sources of memory confusions in our everyday lives in an April 10 presentation on campus.
A pioneer in the emerging field of ecological engineering, John Todd is the inaugural winner (2008) of the Buckminster Fuller Challenge Award for the "best idea to help save humanity."
Known for sparkling articulation reminiscent of the remarkable Alicia de Larrocha, Pola Baytelman is an active recitalist with a broad repertory that covers piano repertoire from the 18th to the 21st centuries. She will perform in concert Thursday, April 11.
RPI Professor Emeritus John M. Koller will lecture April 8 on the significance in Zen of the 10 Oxherding Pictures and how the Yoga, Daoist, and Zen traditions come together in their attempts to explain how we can become fully and authentically ourselves.
Rum Dogs founders Alexander Nassief '16 and Brianna Barros '16 want to start a new business aging rum in barrels sunk in the cool depths of the Caribbean Sea. Will their plan win the Kenneth A. Freirich Business Plan Competition?