K. Aurelia Ball, assistant professor of chemistry, co-authored a review article, “Building capacity for undergraduate education and training in computational molecular science: A collaboration between the MERCURY consortium and the Molecular Sciences Software Institute” in the International Journal of Quantum Chemistry.
Kris Covey, visiting assistant professor of environmental studies and sciences, was featured in a Saratoga PLAN video series about the Palmertown Range Project, an initiative that envisions a 13-mile multi-modal trail connecting Saratoga Springs to Moreau Lake State Park.
Jordana Dym, professor of history and director of Latin American and Latinx Studies, co-chaired the International Society for the History of the Map’s fifth Symposium. The program was held online instead of São Paulo, Brazil, and three Skidmore students were able to serve as session secretaries.
Evan Mack, senior teaching professor of music, earned honorable mentions for his two pieces, “Up on the Crane” and “News of Victory,” at the international iSing 2020 Composition Competition, “Echoes from the Ancients – iSing Offering Tang Poems to the World.”
Aarathi Prasad, assistant professor of computer science, presented the research paper “Digital Overload Warnings: ‘The right amount of shame?’” at the HCI International Conference. She co-authored the paper with Asia Quinones ’21.
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