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As the spring 2017 semester wound to a close, students and faculty set aside the afternoon and evening of Friday, May 5, for “Minds @ Work,” a series of events devoted to students’ creative and scholarly output, including the 23rd annual Student Research Symposium.
On May 19, 20 & 21, over 2,500 undergraduate & graduate degrees were conferred at SUNY New Paltz...
3D Printing Skull Molds
Lagusta’s Luscious in downtown New Paltz partnered with SUNY New Paltz to create chocolate skulls for the television series Bones...
John Dawson ’18 will head to Kirtland Air Force Base in New Mexico for a paid, three-month internship this summer.
SUNY New Paltz honors young alumni who are thriving in their fields
Pasta loving bowl, Weissman
The Museum of the City of New York's New York Silver, Then and Now features six New Paltz metalsmiths
Women engineering
Summer Engineering Camp for girls wraps with career panel
Evaluators cite Great Teaching, Engaged Students, Vibrant Community and Successful Outcomes
Wooster Corridor
Incoming class will be among largest in New Paltz history
Amateur astronomers flock to New Paltz to see it with their own (protected!) eyes
Community turns out to cheer more than 2,000 new first-year and transfer students
Music as Medicine
The New Paltz alumni connection with Beijing's Central Conservatory of Music
Breaking News Lynne Johnson
Journalism alumna embraces the strength of social media
US News campus rankings
College makes best-of lists for Veterans, Engineering, Value
Alumni Reunion 2017
Walk of Honor dedication highlights fall weekend at alma mater
Walk of honor
New campus landmark pays tribute to community members past and present
Volunteers give time, service at more than 30 regional agencies
Future Summit
Leaders from tech, business, arts and education discuss sustainable growth for the region
Military Friendly 2018
College earns "Gold" status for excellence in serving those who served
Senior Toast 2017
Highlights from another great year at SUNY New Paltz
High marks for combining academic quality and affordability
Bending the Game
History alumnus captains Kingston Stockade Football Club
Report: SUNY New Paltz is county's #1 employer, generates nearly $360 million to region
Sunny Olympics
"I want to do my best, as one world citizen, to put on an enjoyable show for everyone."
Sarah Heitmeyer
MFA alumna's work bridges old forms and new processes
Atrium during the day, with students walking through campus
List measures colleges' ability to help economically disadvantaged students succeed
"He made me feel what every person wants to feel: validated, heard, understood"
LHD Ottaway Adams
Recognizing the lives and careers of Janus Adams '67 and James H. Ottaway Jr.
Katie Gruskin
“These activities predict later success, so it’s great to be able to bring them into my own classroom”
Nick Paquette ESPN
Watch on ESPN: "Dear Andrew," Nick Paquette's open letter to NBA prospect Andrew Jones
College celebrates full renovation and expansion of Speech-Language and Hearing Center
For 50 years, newly-enhanced facility has met regional needs for clinical services
Music students work with robots to create a new kind of performance
Swimmer Cooper Knapp
Historic first place finish & All-American honors in 200-yard butterfly at D3 finals
Solar Cooler
Adama Ouedraogo ’18 develops solar-powered medical cooler for use in developing nations
“Avenue Q” cast members trained with professional-quality puppets and Broadway-tested faculty
Business Analytics home page liu
New Paltz is first in SUNY to offer BS focusing on “Big Data” in business
Solar panels ridge
State-of-the-art battery storage unit and 217 kw of photovoltaic arrays