Faculty and Staff

Faculty/Staff News

Gender, race and prejudice

"As an experimental social psychologist, I'm interested in how people see each other and how that affects their interactions," says Leigh Wilton, who joined Skidmore's psychology faculty last year. Gender and race are her top issues.

Art and race forum

A scholar, a filmmaker, and an activist will discuss whiteness and American multiculturalism Thursday, March 23. The panel is part of a Tang Museum project to accelerate access and inclusion.

Leadership Academy graduates first class

Skidmore's own leadership training session recently graduated its first class of managers and supervisors, representing a range of offices from across the campus.

Justice as restoration

From schoolrooms to the White House, the idea of restorative justice has been gaining traction. Skidmore professor David Karp is a key driver, advancing new approaches to misbehavior and crime.



Faculty and Staff Achievements

Faculty-Staff Achievements, March 13, 2017

Silva on religious fetish,

Faculty-Staff Achievements, March 6, 2017

Arciero on the "runner's high,"
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