ReadingPeg Boyers and Catherine Pond reading
Tent TentTangRead More
Tang TourCurator's Tour with Rebecca McNamara
Tang Teaching Museum Atrium: Join Associate Curator Rebecca McNamara on Thursday, September 16, at noon, for a tour of the Tang’s Atrium, Roommate 2021: Living with Tang Art, and Elevator Music 41:…Read More
Information SessionWashington Semester Program info session
Calendar Only Calendar Only : Join staff from the Washington Semester program to learn more about the courses and internship options for students interested in spending the semester in Washington…Read More
Information SessionOff-Campus Study Fair
Calendar Only Calendar Only : Join OffCampus Study & Exchanges staff and our providers to learn more about the opportunities you have for international and domestic programs for spring 2022 and…Read More
- With robust measures to protect against COVID-19, Skidmore is welcoming a first-year class of 728 students drawn from a record pool of 11,200 applicants for a fully in-person academic year.
- Reflecting on the many lessons of the pandemic, President Marc Conner expresses excitement as the entire Skidmore community is “returning together” for a fully in-person 2021-22 academic year.
- Members of the Skidmore community gather each year to celebrate the life and legacy of Lucy Skidmore Scribner, the College’s beloved founder.
- Classics professor Dan Curley and Nicky Kiernan ’21 have teamed up to develop a historical adventure game for use in introductory Latin courses — an example of creative, cross-disciplinary learning experiences at Skidmore.
- With collaborative research projects, art exhibitions, concerts, unique opportunities to try — and learn — new things, and even a marriage proposal, Skidmore has been an exciting place this summer.
- Skidmore’s Summer Experience Fund allows students in every discipline to advance their careers by participating in upaid internships, research, and other career-based experiences.
- President Conner participates in a ceremonial bricklaying to mark a milestone in the second phase of CIS construction.
- What will the world after COVID-19 look like? Skidmore faculty share their own visions for the future based on teaching, research, national and international events, and experiences during this transformative period.
- Dozens of collaborative research projects — across disciplines ranging from anthropology and computer science to neuroscience and social work — are taking place in person and on Skidmore’s campus this summer after going online during the pandemic.
We believe that every life is made more profound with creativity at its core.Read More
We’re completely committed to environmental action. From our own solar field and 29 buildings with geothermal heating and cooling, to student-run composting, gardens, and more–we’re doing it ourselves so our ecosystems, and those beyond them, can reap immediate benefits.