Category Archives: Featured News

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Richard Louv delivers Distinguished Speaker Series lecture on “The Nature-Rich Life”

On Tuesday, Oct. 21, journalist and author Richard Louv visited the New Paltz campus to speak on “The Nature-Rich Life” as part of the College’s Distinguished Speaker Series. Louv’s presentation…

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Students get hands-on with the chemistry of candy

In celebration of National Chemistry Week, the Chemistry Department welcomed more than 40 students, ages 6-12, to campus on Wednesday, Oct. 22, for “Family Mole Night.” The event, host by…

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Students encouraged to pursue advanced education during college visit

On Wednesday, Oct. 22, SUNY New Paltz welcomed 80 students from George Cooke Elementary School in an effort to give the fifth-graders a closeup look at campus life. Sponsored by…

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College celebrates National Food Day with ‘Campus Crunch,’ Oct. 24

SUNY New Paltz, along with 16 other colleges and universities from around New York State, will take part in the first annual ‘Campus Crunch’ in recognition of National Food Day…

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President’s Report to Academic and Professional Faculty

Read New Paltz President Donald P. Christian’s October Report to Academic and Professional Faculty Open House for Prospective Students and Parents. I want to thank faculty and staff in advance…

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CRREO releases interactive map that answers the question “What if Congress was like us?”

With Election Day fast approaching, the Center for Research, Regional Engagement, and Outreach (CRREO) at SUNY New Paltz is answering the question ‘What if Congress Was Like Us?’ Using the…

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Award-winning industrial designer Scott Summit to speak on “3D Printing: Using the Body to Design for the Body”

The Hudson Valley Advanced Manufacturing Center at SUNY New Paltz welcomes award-winning industrial designer Scott Summit to speak on “3D Printing: Using the Body to Design for the Body,” on…

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Campus community gives back on Make a Difference Day

More than 300 members of the New Paltz campus community gathered together in support of the local community during Make a Difference Day held on Oct. 18. According to Mike…

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Professor to host seminar on Ebola mapping project

“Helping with the Ebola crisis in West Africa: A Humanitarian, OpenStreetMap Team” seminar, led by geography Professor Lawrence McGlinn, will be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 21,…

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College hosts Hudson Valley Farm to Institution Summit

Yesterday, more than 125 local practitioners working to bring regionally-produced food to schools, colleges, hospitals, food pantries and other venues, and educate their eaters about nutrition programs, cooking and gardening, gathered at SUNY New…