Spring ’22 Skillman Fellow Stefano Mancini has worked diligently this semester curating a collection of culinary and food ephemera. The exhibit, and Stefano’s collaboration with librarian Ana Ramirez Luhrs and Lafayette’s Special Collections and College Archives, has recently been highlighted in The Lafayette in an article entitled “You are what you(‘re told to) eat: Stefano Mancini ’22 curates food studies exhibit in Skillman.”
Interested in becoming a Skillman Fellow over the Summer or Fall? Apply now! Students are invited to apply for a fellowship with the Lafayette Libraries’ Special Collections & College Archives. Students are expected to spend approximately 5 hours per week on their project throughout the course of the fellowship and will receive $1,200 per semester for academic-year fellowships; stipends for summer fellowships will be variable depending on length and students’ needs. On-campus housing may also be covered for Summer student fellows. Interested? Visit this link for more information and contact Thomas Lannon, Director of Special Collections & College Archives, to discuss interest and identify a possible project.