Beau Breslin

Vice President for Academic Affairs & Dean of Faculty at Skidmore College

Beau Breslin

Beau Breslin

Vice President for Academic Affairs & Dean of Faculty at Skidmore College

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President at Skidmore College

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Research Associate & IACUC Board Member at Skidmore College

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Executive Director, Saratoga Classic Horse Show Director of Special Projects at Skidmore College

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Executive Director, Development & Campaign Director at Skidmore College

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Executive Director, Alumni Relations & College Events at Skidmore College

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Executive Director at Skidmore College

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Regional Chairman, Wide Horizon Campaign at Skidmore College

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Dean of Special Programs at Skidmore College

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Vice President & Dean of Admissions & Financial Aid at Skidmore College

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Dean of Students & Vice President for Student Affairs at Skidmore College

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Beau Breslin
Vice President for Academic Affairs & Dean of Faculty at Skidmore College
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Vice President for Academic Affairs & Dean of Faculty
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Skidmore College has undergone many transformations since its founding in the early twentieth century as a women's college. The Young Women's Industrial Club was formed in 1903 by Lucy Ann Skidmore (1853–1931) with inheritance money from her husband who died in 1879, and from her father, Joseph Russell Skidmore (1821–1882), a former coal merchant. In 1911, the club was chartered under the name "Skidmore School of Arts" as a college to vocationally and professionally train young women. It "prepares illustrators, designers, dieticians, accountants, secretaries and costumers.

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Member, National Advisory Council
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The Tang Museum collects works of art, which by their preservation and display, provide opportunity for further study. A vigorous publication program serves as a learning tool and will join regular traveling exhibitions as important means of outreach. The museum’s mission focuses on ideas; regular use of museum galleries and collection storage as teaching spaces, and the principle that artworks can and should be used to advance knowledge across the disciplines.