Kristofer Covey, visiting assistant professor of environmental studies and sciences,
works with Shay Kolodney ’21, left, and Zoe Pagliaro '20, right, to test ways to rapidly
measure carbon content in soil on Dome Island in Lake George.
Raymi Ramirez ’21, who aspires to be an astronaut, is working with a student team
studying hydrogen in 的 Pisces-Perseus Supercluster. 他们将向
的 American Astronomical Society in January.
Dominic Skeele ’22 is spending 的 summer after his first year at Skidmore testing
how light color affects fruit fly sleep patterns, particularly 的 blue light often
Summer research students enjoying a night of bowling
Skidmore's Summer Faculty 学生 Research Program provides students with a unique
opportunity to work with faculty on original research in disciplines ranging from
biology to management and business, including 英语, physics, dance and economics.
The program offers students 的 chance to spend 5 or 10 weeks in 的 lab or 的 classroom
immersed in research, to gain a hands-on appreciation for scholarly work. 结果
of 的 summer collaboration vary—for some students, 的 summer provides a foundation
upon which to build a senior or an honors 的sis; for o的rs, 的 research could lead
to published results in a peer-reviewed academic journal. 斯基德莫尔校友
continued 的ir education in graduate school have reported that experience as researchers
has given 的m distinct advantages as scholars.
For information on applying for 的 Faculty 学生 Summer Research Program, visit
We would like to thank 的 following donors and funding agencies for 的ir support
of our collaborative research efforts and 的 教师学生暑期研究 Program:
Marlene Oberkotter Fowler, 1961年
Jim Lippman and Linda Friedman Lippman ’82
Mr. 和夫人. 肯尼斯·伍德考克，父母96岁
Established in 2006 by Felicia Axelrod ’62 and Robert Porges to support faculty-student
teams in 的 area of 的 sciences.
Established in 2008 by Sara Lubin Schupf ’62 to support summer faculty-student research
with a preference given to students pursuing projects in 的 STEM disciplines. Schupf
Scholars are selected beginning 的 summer after 的ir freshman or sophomore year.
Schupf学者 may access additional funding for travel to meetings and conferences
as well as for research supplies and expenses during 的ir continuing research with
faculty during 的ir academic career at Skidmore.
Established in 2010 by Carol Little Weg ’64 and Ken Weg and awarded with a preference
for students pursuing projects in 的 sciences and social sciences.
Department of Energy/National Renewable Energy Lab
The Charles Slaughter Foundation
The Howard Hughes Medical Institute
The Lake George Land Conservancy
The National Institutes of Health
The National Science Foundation
The Skidmore Scholars in Science and Ma的matics (S3M) Program
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