What does life look like after retiring from Skidmore? Our Retirees have consistently gone on to accomplish many great things.
Bill Brown joined the Skidmore Biology Department in 1974 and retired in 1997. He has devoted his career to the study of timber rattlesnakes. An emeritus faculty development grant helped him continue his research during retirement.
Ginger Ertz worked at Skidmore's Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery for just over 15 years, retiring in January 2018. She currently serves on the board of trustees of the MoonCatcher Project.
Lynne Gelber joined the faculty of the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures in 1966 and retired in 2002. She currently serves as executive director of Saratoga Chamber Players.