Paul Smith's College Prof. Curt Stager released a new book Tuesday, Oct. 14.
His latest title, “Your Atomic Self,” uses your own daily experiences to reveal how atoms connect you to some of the most amazing things in the universe, including other life forms, the planet Earth and the rest of the cosmos. Read more »
An acclaimed author and illustrator of nearly 200 children’s science books will give a talk Friday, Oct. 17, at Paul Smith's College.
Jim Arnosky is the recipient of multiple awards, including the Christopher, Orbis Pictus and the Franklin Fairbank for being Vermont's foremost creative guide to nature lore. His fishing books are included in the International Game and Fishing Association Hall of Fame Library.
Arnosky will speak at 10:10 a.m. in the Freer Auditorium. His talk is titled “Swamp Stories.” Read more »
Paul Smith’s College officials announced the largest-ever scholarship gift in the institution’s history on Monday, Sept. 22: A $2 million fund meant to help students who wouldn’t be able to afford college otherwise.
The Frank M. Hutchins Scholarship Endowment was created by his widow, Jeanne. Frank Hutchins was a longtime trustee and supporter of Paul Smith’s who died in 2012 at the age of 90. Read more »
An expert in job training and career counseling, who helped raise the standard of living for the citizens of Guyana, will kick off this fall’s Fisheries and Wildlife Seminar Series Friday, Sept. 19, at Paul Smith’s College.
Alice Layton will speak at 10:10 a.m. in the Freer Auditorium. Her talk is titled “Tropical and Human Ecology Internships in an English-Speaking Indigenous Village.” Read more »
Have you ever dreamed of living off the land? Want to lead a more sustainable lifestyle and save yourself some money in the process? Check out this year’s Adirondack Rural Skills and Homesteading Festival at the Paul Smith's College VIC, and you’ll be well on your way.
This celebration of rural skills, which takes place from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 27, will showcase historical traditions, as well as modern tools and techniques for safe and practical rural living with a distinctly Adirondack flair. Read more »