List of Skidmore College people

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Here follows a list of notable people associated with Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York. It includes graduates, attendees, faculty, and presidents of the College.

Distinguished alumni[edit]

Arts and Entertainment[edit]

Athletics[edit]

  • David Bakyta, professional golfer/coach, PGA, All American (Class of 1989)[29]
  • Matt Hyson, professional wrestler whose stage name is Spike Dudley (Class of 1992)[30]

Business[edit]

Journalism[edit]

Politics[edit]

Science and Education[edit]

Notable Faculty[edit]

  • Rubén Graciani, Associate Professor of Dance[56]
  • Anthony Holland, Associate Professor of Music, Conductor of Skidmore College Orchestra[57]
  • Sheldon Solomon, Professor of Psychology[58]

Presidents of the College[edit]

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