Category Archives: Featured News

IDMH Conference 2015

Annual IDMH conference addresses health consequences of climate change

The SUNY New Paltz Institute of Disaster Mental Health (IDMH) hosted its 12th annual conference on Friday, April 17. Entitled “Preparing for the Health and Mental Health Consequences of Climate…

Regatta

SUNY New Paltz sponsors 60th anniversary of the New Paltz Regatta

SUNY New Paltz will be one of several sponsors for the New Paltz Regatta 2015, to be held on May 3, a rite of spring in the community that annually…

Philip Berkowitz ’75 (English/Journalism).

Panel discusses employment discrimination, human rights in U.S. and China

A panel of employment discrimination specialists from the U.S. and China, including a New Paltz alumnus, presented a discussion Monday surrounding claims of discrimination and violations of human rights in…

STEAM fest

STE(A)MFest promises to inspire young minds with blend of STEM and art education

The School of Education at SUNY New Paltz will provide a day of fun hands-on learning experiences for local, elementary-aged children at STE(A)MFest, a community celebration of science, technology, engineering,…

Jared Nelson works with a student on 3D robohand.

SUNY invests in the future of additive manufacturing in New York State

Collaboration by SUNY New Paltz, Stony Brook University and the University at Buffalo to develop new materials and technologies for printing The SUNY Network of Excellence in Materials and Advanced…

Campus

College partners with Rockefeller Institute to host severe weather forum

SUNY New Paltz is one of seven SUNY campuses partnering with the Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government to host an event on Thursday, April 23 at 9:30 a.m. (SUB…

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“Art Collides” at Dorsky Museum with student performances

The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art (SDMA) at SUNY New Paltz was the site of “Art Collides,” a series of student art performances in response to current SDMA exhibits, on…

Lets get ready

New Paltz students providing free SAT prep through Let’s Get Ready program

A partnership between SUNY New Paltz and the Newburgh School District through Let’s Get Ready, a non-profit organization that supports underprivileged high school students, is making free SAT and college…

UNAImember

United Nations programming leads to UNAI membership

For more than 25 years, United Nations-related programs at SUNY New Paltz have delivered international opportunities and awareness to students in political science, international relations, business and other fields. Those…

all-faculty band

Join all-faculty band for talent show benefiting student scholarship fund

The all-faculty band Questionable Authorities will host “New Paltz Got Talent” at Bacchus Restaurant and Bar, with funds benefiting the College Council Student Retention Fund, on Friday, April 24 from…