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Career Connections
Skidmore's Career Development Center helps students and alumni realize career goals from the moment they step on campus, through graduation and beyond. 
7,000 Maya Fragments
Heather Hurst '97, Skidmore Scholar in Residence, unveiled illustrations of some of the oldest Maya murals in a life-size installation at the Tang Museum. 
Equestrian team wins national championship
No horsin' around here. The Thoroughbreds just won their eighth Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association national championship. 
Women's tennis defeats Vassar for eighth straight league crown
Skidmore's women's tennis team won an eighth straight Liberty League title, defeating No. 2 Vassar 5-1 in the Liberty League Championship match.
Campus Notes
McDevitt publishes paper
Sylvia McDevitt, associate professor of biology, co-authored a paper published in the journal Microbiology Spectrum (Volume 6, Issue 2) titled "Resistance to Metals Used in Agricultural Production."
Ting Li quoted in WalletHub website
Ting Li, assistant professor of management and business, was recently quoted in the WalletHub website in an "Ask the Experts" Q&A on the use of store credit cards.

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Skidmore Spotlight
Meet Amelia Clarke
Theresa Knickerbocker
Amelia Clarke, the academic coordinator for Classics and Economics, is celebrating two decades at Skidmore.

Clarke has worked with six departmental chairs and numerous faculty members in her departments. Clarke began part-time at the College in 1997 and transitioned to full-time the following year during which she helped launch the inaugural Honors Forum program.


Attention students: As you prepare for the end of the semester, please keep in mind Skidmore's parking policy, which will be enforced during the summer break. View the full announcement.

From the Surrey: Did you know the Surrey Williamson Inn is available to host guests on campus for College-related business? The streamlined process for department reservations allows a coupon code to accurately reflect the balance due, and ensures guests only receive the information they need. View the full announcement.

Campus Events

Thursday, May 10
5-7 p.m.
Opening reception: Honoring King: A Photographic Exhibition
Saratoga Springs Visitor Center

Friday, May 11
6–8 p.m.
2018 Art Senior Thesis Reception
Tang Teaching Museum, Atrium

Thursday, May 17
8–8:45 a.m.
CIS Catalyst Event
Dana Science Center Atrium 

Saturday, May 19
10:40 a.m.
2018 Commencement Exercises
Saratoga Performing Arts Center

Every Wednesday–Saturday, until June 2
12-4 p.m.
The Juniors Show
Schick Art Gallery

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