Yelena Biberman-Ocakli, assistant professor of political science, published “Global War on Dangerous Ideas” with Samir Ahmad, in the Kashmiri newspaper Greater Kashmir.
Siobhan M. Hart, associate professor of anthropology, published her book “Colonialism, Community and Heritage in Native New England” with the University Press of Florida.
Jill Linz, senior instructor of physics, published “Composing Atom Music,” an article about teaching physics by using music, in Physics Today.
Jordana Dym, professor of history, co-organized the two-day workshop, "Bound Images: Reading Maps in Books," at the John Carter Brown Library in Providence, Rhode Island, Jan. 10-11 as part of a fellowship at the library.
“Still Life No. 8,” a color-pencil drawing by Doretta Miller, professor of art, is on display as part of the exhibition "From the Vault: Staff Selections from the Permanent Collection" at The Hyde Collection in Glens Falls, New York. The exhibition focuses on works by women artists and is on view into the middle of May.
In the media
Cerri Banks, dean of students and vice president for student affairs, discussed Skidmore’s new smoke-free, tobacco-free policy in an article about electronic cigarette use on college campuses published in Inside Higher Ed.
Chef Joe Greco of Skidmore Dining Services team’s recipe for “bacon-wrapped monkfish with beluga lentils and Meyer lemon butter sauce” on NewsChannel 13 MNYT “Live at Noon” Jan. 25. The dish helped Skidmore win an American Culinary Federation competition Jan. 11.
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