Faculty-Staff Achievements, Feb. 3, 2014
Holley Hodgins, professor and chair, Department of Psychology, has been recognized by the Red Cross Life Share Program for her work on the campus Bloodmobiles. Skidmore’s participation level during the 2012-13 academic year qualified for Silver Level recognition in the Life Share Program. According to Kay Schwartz, chief executive officer of the New York-Penn Blood Services Region, the Life Share Program recognizes “our most dedicated supporters who help us continue to meet the needs of patients and maintain the community blood supply. Life Share is about helping to save lives.” The next Skidmore Bloodmobile is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 5, in the Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery. Those interested in volunteering as donors should click here.
Katie Gardiner, choral conductor, Department of Music, led a performance of Mozart’s Requiem Jan. 15 at Drury High School, North Adams, Mass. The full concert featured the Drury band and chorus, as well as orchestra members from the University of Massachusetts.
Sang Wook Lee, associate professor of art, has a site-specific solo exhibition titled “Ju money 2014” through March 31 at the Arts Center of the Capital Region in Troy.
In the News
Mary Stange, professor of women’s studies and religion, was a source for “India develops a gun for women,” published Jan. 29 on americaaljazeera.com
Gordon Thompson, professor and chair, Department of Music, was featured in “Fab 4@50,” published Feb. 2 in The Sunday Gazette.
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