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Skidmore College
Economics Department

Congratulations, Class of 2021 Economics majors and minors!

Our sincerest congratulations and best wishes to the graduating class of 2021. Keep in touch!    See a list of 2021 economics majors and minors


Alex He 
Chantal Kelly 
Andrew Knight 
Matt McQuaid 
Simon Chen 
Jimmy Farren 
Lucy Gao 
Sam Gartenstein 
Kyle Hughson 
Saïdou Kane 
Casey Moser 
Jay Schleyer 
Abdul Shokur 
Zach Bunker 
Andrew Hamill 
Chelsea Irebe 
Thabi Khumalo 
Peter Maeder 
Sam Magid 
George Milonopoulos 
Zola Mirenge 
Misha Mrotchek 
Richie Romero 
Patrick Tavares Ruivo Muscari 


Sam Browning 
Prasant Das 
Isaac Grunberg 
Kenneth Harroy 
Shiraz Jafri 
Andrew Knight 
Serita Lewis 
Alina Luo 
Suraj Mahtani 
Yohi Murillo 
Xinqiao Qin 
Atticus Rego 
Jason Shlonsky 
Bryce Soucy 


Welcome to Economics at Skidmore! 

What are the mechanisms that allow poverty and inequality to persist?

Can the market be used to discourage pollution and waste?

Why do we tend to ignore the future impacts of our behaviors?

Many of humanity's most perplexing challenges, from poverty and inequality to environmental degradation and climate change, have economic roots. Through the examination of human behavior, institutions, markets, and government policies, the methods and models of economic theory provide crucial insights into how the global world works.

In keeping with the liberal arts tradition and goals of Skidmore College, the economics department aims to support students’ growth in critical thinking, problem solving, global understanding and appreciation, and communication skills in the context of addressing economic questions. Courses stress the application of the scientific process to economic phenomena and analyze the ways in which economic forces affect national and international policies and issues. See our Goals for Student Learning for more information about the mission of the Economics Department.