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Coronavirus Information and Resources

Coronavirus Information and Resources

Active Student Cases *

2

For Sept. 23, 2020.

Active Employee Cases

0

For Sept. 23, 2020.

Total Cases Last Week

3

For week ending Sept. 18, 2020.

Recovered *

12

Since Aug. 24, 2020.

Total Students Tested On Campus **

1146

For Sept. 23, 2020.

Positive Rate from On-Campus Testing **

.8%

For Sept. 23, 2020.

Total Students In On-Campus Quarantine

8

For Sept. 23, 2020.

Total Students in On-Campus Isolation

0

For Sept. 23, 2020.

Total positive cases among students who have been on campus since Aug. 24, 2020:

14

Total positive cases among employees who have been on campus since Aug. 24, 2020:

0

Total students residing in Ulster County who have reported a positive test to the College:

4

 

Total positive cases from March 1- Aug. 23, 2020:  31

 

* While our Active and Recovered case tallies may include individuals who were tested at off-campus facilities, these figures will not be included in the Positivity Rate calculation, which only counts tests that take place on campus.

** On-Campus testing is performed by Enzo labs and SHS for all current students coming to campus. This figure reflects tests performed, therefore some test results may still be pending.

Active cases are defined as a confirmed positive COVID-19 test among individuals who have been on campus and may have exposed others. Learn more about our testing and tracing protocols here. This dashboard will be updated by 10 a.m. daily, Monday-Friday.

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IN THIS ISSUE

  • Coronavirus update: No new cases to report as of 5 p.m. yesterday
  • Governor Cuomo announces five states added to travel advisory
  • Fast facts for students about Broad-Based Fees in fall 2020 
  • Global Goals Week: Action, awareness and accountability for the Sustainable Development Goals
  • New Paltz Study Abroad Fair today!
  • Anti-racism in the Classroom, today at 4 p.m.
  • Karen Miranda-Rivadeneira ’21g (Studio Art) featured in Aperture Magazine
  • FAQ of the Day: Can faculty still get support from the College to identify funding sources for research and creative activities?
  • From Our Community: Follow alumna Mariel Stein '19 (Theatre Arts) "On the World Stage"
  • Events and resources, including a SUNY event on digital pedagogy and humanities teaching, this Friday, Sept. 25
  • The latest from media
 

Coronavirus updates

Sept. 23 report on confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the campus community
No new cases to report as of 5 p.m. yesterday

SUNY New Paltz COVID-19 Dashboard
The College's tally of active cases, on-campus testing, positivity rates, quarantine and more

On-campus COVID-19 Pool Testing: Here’s how it works
On-campus pool testing at SUNY New Paltz begins on Sept. 24

Volunteers needed: Help make on-campus pool testing a success
Seeking greeters and attendants to assist with on-campus testing
Training and personal protective equipment will be provided

 

News from around campus

Governor Cuomo announces five states added to travel advisory and 10 Million COVID-19 diagnostic tests conducted
Arizona, Minnesota, Nevada, Rhode Island and Wyoming meet metrics to qualify

Fast facts for students about Broad-Based Fees in fall 2020
Quick explanations on how the Technology, Athletic and Health Services Fees are being used this semestser

It's Global Goals Week! Action, awareness and accountability for the Sustainable Development Goals
Join millions worldwide to take action and make this a turning point for people and the planet

Global Challenges need Global Leaders: New Paltz Study Abroad Fair today!
Plan an international experience in one of 100+ programs available

Continuing the Conversation: Anti-racism in the Classroom, today at 4 p.m.
Student and faculty panelists will share approaches to combating racism in their classrooms and in our community

Sept. 25 from SUNY: What role does digital pedagogy play in humanities teaching?
Check out this series of short presentations highlighting course activities that use digital pedagogy

 
 
 Congratulations to photographer and interdisciplinary artist Karen Miranda-Rivadeneira ’21g (Studio Art) on an exceptional feature in the fall 2020 issue of Aperture Magazine.
Her series “MEDA” documents Indigenous spoken-word traditions, exploring the ways language preserves memory, and how the earth is inscribed with the past. See more @karenmirandarivadeneira.
 

Reopening FAQ of the day

Can faculty still get support from the College to identify funding sources for research and creative activities?
Yes, the Office of Sponsored Programs and Research Compliance remains open, whether in person or remotely, to assist with identifying, securing and managing external funding for research and creative activities as well as assisting with research integrity and compliance.
 

Events and resources

Upcoming Human Resources, Diversity & Inclusion Trainings

14th annual Dennis O’Keefe Lecture, Sept. 24
Nancy Kassop's address is titled “Looking Forward, Looking Backward: A Nation’s Expectations after Government Fails”  

College Council will meet on Thursday, Sept. 24
Agenda includes COVID-19 information and a budget update 

NARCAN Training for the greater New Paltz community, Sept. 25
The University Police Department in conjunction with the New Paltz Substance Awareness for Everyone (NPSAFE) coalition and the New Paltz Opiod Prevention & Response Team are offering a free NARCAN training via Zoom 

Sept. 29: Data scientist and New Paltz alumnus Robin Thottungal ’08 to give first fall 2020 Harrington Lecture
The College's STEM colloquium series continues this semester in a virtual format  

Saturday Arts Lab registration is now open for fall 2020!
Inviting children age 5-14 to join a virtual journey beginning Sept. 26

Student Crisis Grant Fund: Emergency aid when you need it most
The maximum award amount has been raised to $1,000 in response to COVID-19 

SUNY System-wide COVID-19 Case Tracker
Published statistics from all 64 campuses, updated every 24 hours

 

The latest from media

Best film schools in New York: 2020
SUNY New Paltz named among the state's ten best colleges and universities for film production
Hot Campus News, 9/22/20

 

From Our Community

 
Check out "On the World Stage" to follow alumna Mariel Stein '19 (Theatre Arts) who moved to Kyoto, Japan to teach English after earning her degree at SUNY New Paltz. 
Find her on Instagram and YouTube

 

 

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