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Skidmore College
Management and Business Department

Management and Business Faculty

Department of Management and Business

Our program is unique in that we provide a first-rate management and business curriculum in conjunction with Skidmore’s quintessential liberal arts tradition. Thus, our majors and minors enjoy the richness of a broad-based, traditional liberal arts education while also being immersed deeply in the functional areas of business such as accounting, marketing, finance, and organizational behavior. We can think of no better educational combination to prepare students for the complex, multidisciplinary challenges facing our societies today. So please explore our site to gain a better sense of who we are and what we are about, and feel free to contact us with any questions you may have. 

 

Rooney Partners Introduces Medical Communications to Growing Global Healthcare Practice

Rooney Partners Introduces Medical Communications to Growing Global Healthcare Practice

RooneyPartners, a New York-based integrated communications agency, today announced that Jeffrey Freedman has joined the firm to lead its newly created Medical Communications practice. READ More

 

Shaping the next generation of business leaders

Shaping the next generation of business leaders

What will tomorrow’s business leaders be like? Thanks to conscious teaching practices and honest conversations, first-year students taking the Scribner Seminar, Industry and Innovation, have learned how to balance economics and business principles with ethics and inclusion. READ More

 

Investment Club wins Adirondack Cup

Investment Club wins Adirondack Cup

How would you invest $1 million? That was the challenge the Skidmore College Investment Club faced in the 2019 Adirondack Cup, a stock-picking contest for college students interested in the investment field. READ More

 

More Management and Business News

WHY MANAGEMENT AND BUSINESS AT SKIDMORE?

WHY MANAGEMENT AND BUSINESS AT SKIDMORE?

  • Small classes
  • Committed and distinguished faculty mentors
  • A strong foundation in the functional areas of business
  • Rooted in the liberal arts
  • A global, multiculturally, inclusive and diverse perspective
  • Curricular breadth and depth
  • An extraordinary liberal arts environment
  • Hands-on learning
  • Collaborative Research opportunities
  • Meaningful, relevant internships

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Student Awards

Damian Hammond

Damian Hammond

Seymour & Sylvia Goldman Memorial Prize

 

Cristian Fernandez

Cristian Fernandez

Wall Street Journal Award

Maeve Foley

Maeve Foley

The Jefferson Huff ’88 Prize in Business

 

Edvinas Rupkus

Edvinas Rupkus

Gail Moran Morton ’60 Prize