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  • Humanistic+Inquiry
    More than 100 faculty, staff, students, Skidmore retirees and community members attended Skidmore's inaugural Humanistic Inquiry Symposium March 23-24.
    Mar 31 2018
  • Skidmore News
    Skidmore to host documentary screening and panel discussion on global climate, health and culture Jan. 29
    Jan 27 2018
  • Skidmore News
    She has traveled the world photographing people and wildlife in more than 90 countries from Angola to Afghanistan. She has contracted malaria, faced war, gone hungry and lived in mud huts, keeping true to her philosophy of "living the story."
    Dec 15 2017
  • Skidmore News
    Many freshmen as well as upperclassmen headed off this fall for study abroad-in at least one case, "because I wanted to experience culture shock." What do they report so far?
    Nov 15 2017
  • Skidmore News
    Super-resolution microscopy and wearable computing, medieval Buddhism and pre-Columbian sculpture, skydiving and keyboards, tacos and yogurt. And lots in between.
    Oct 23 2017
  • Skidmore News
    Courses on farm and food politics, literature and nature, and "watershed science for a crowded planet" are just a few of Skidmore's academic offerings that address sustainability issues.
    Oct 13 2017
  • Skidmore News
    Whether she's piloting New Yorker covers, cutting-edge comics or Manhattan bicycles, Skidmore guest Françoise Mouly relies on quick thinking and ready wit.
    Sep 28 2017
  • Skidmore News
    It's not Lazar's first Grammy nod, but it's a first for any female mastering engineer in the category "Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical."
    Feb 9 2016
  • Skidmore News
    Kevin Wang '17 had an unexpectedly inspiring high school English class. His teacher asked questions that touched him, that made him feel alive. Now he's sharing that gift overseas.
    Jul 28 2015
  • Mason+Stokes
    "Saving Julian" appears in paperback and e-book editions.
    Feb 25 2015