Carr Distinguished Interdisciplinary Lecture Series


Carr Distinguished Interdisciplinary Lecture Series

The purpose of this residency is to more intentionally prepare Skidmore students for the transition from college to the working world or to further studies.  Broadly conceived, this residency integrates and leverages resources across academic departments and programs and administrative offices to address the issue of post-baccalaureate transition and to heighten community awareness about the post-Skidmore lives of our alumni. The community will interact with influential leaders and professionals, including policy-makers, government officials, and business leaders, who are on the cutting edge of social issues, non-profit and public service innovations, and social responsibility.  This residency is funded by Robert and Jill Carr, parents of Kelly '07.

Call for Proposals

The Office of the Dean of Special Programs is pleased to issue a call for proposals for the Fall 2016 Carr Residency.

Eligibility: Skidmore faculty

Deadline for submissions: April 1, 2016

Inaugurated in 2011, Carr Residents include:
Fall 2015     Elizabeth Kolbert

Spring 2015  Jocelyn Arem
Spring 2014  Megan McArdle
Fall 2013      sujatha baliga
Spring 2013   Don Was
Fall 2012       Jamie Rappaport Clark
Spring 2012   Michael Kaiser
Fall 2011       Zana Briski
Spring 2011   Carter Roberts