DiscussionSpotlight Series Tour with Jess Lincoln
TANG Tang Teaching Museum: On Tuesday, October 15, at 4pm, join Jess Lincoln ’20 for Spotlight Series: SingleObject Tour. Lincoln will lead a singleobject tour of an object selected from the Tang…Read More
LectureThe Spiritual Life of Dolls: The Technological…
Palamountain Hall Emerson Auditorium: In the Jewish, Christian and Muslim traditions, God formed the first human from the dust of the earth, and then breathed life into the creature. Since that time,…Read More
LectureESS Keynote Speaker
FILENE Filene Recital Hall: Bringing Back the Pollinators: How Farmers, Gardeners, Cities, and Schools Can Join the Global Effort to Save Biodiversity A lecture by Mace Vaughan Tuesday, October…Read More
CommunityTang Teen Studio: Moving Images
TANG Whitman: Tang Teen Studio is a new teen focused workshop led by Skidmore students. We welcome teens to explore art, make art and hang out!Please join us for a free screening of South African…Read More
- Skidmore collaborative faculty-student research contributes to sustainable farming and is featured at a climate summit hosted by the former vice president.
- From Big Show to Beatlemore, flannel, foliage and Fright Night at Falstaff’s, fall at Skidmore is filled with some of our favorite traditions.
- A few FAQs answered, a handy checklist and some advice from current students who applied Early Decision.
- Skidmore inducted four new student-athletes, two teams and President Philip A. Glotzbach into the Skidmore Hall of Fame.
- Workshops, film screenings, facilitated dialogues and an educational, interactive board game are all part of the fourth annual In It series at Skidmore.
- Anthony Nikitopoulos has always had a passion for the performing arts and the sciences, but he never thought he could truly do both until he got to Skidmore.
- From zipping around on a new scooter to debating chicken wings, Melanie Nolan '23 describes her first few weeks as a student at Skidmore.
- Dozens of alumni are visiting campus this semester to recruit students and share their career stories at Career Development Center events.
- From housing and academics to finances and adjusting to new cultures and social norms, Sindi Mafico '19 shares a few questions to ask yourself before studying abroad.
We believe that every life is made more profound with creativity at its core.Read More
We’re completely committed to environmental action. From our own solar field and 29 buildings with geothermal heating and cooling, to student-run composting, gardens, and more–we’re doing it ourselves so our ecosystems, and those beyond them, can reap immediate benefits.