Category Archives: Featured News

William Borchert

From New Paltz to Japan to England: alum pursues advanced studies abroad

William Borchert ’10 lived locally when he was an undergraduate at New Paltz, commuting from his hometown of nearby Marlboro. But for his graduate studies, Borchert decided it was time…

SUNY New Paltz students participating in the campus Brigade Club while in Panama.

Students volunteer, give back to Panama community

Fifteen students participating in SUNY New Paltz’s Global Medical Brigade Club recently traveled across the globe to Panama to partner with the non-profit organization Global Brigades—the world’s largest student-led global…

Suny New Paltz web portraits.

Professor and master metalsmith presents first solo retrospective exhibition

Myra Mimlitsch-Gray, professor (Metal) and award-winning artist,  will present her first retrospective solo exhibition, titled Master Metalsmith: Myra Mimlitsch-Gray, Sept. 12 to Nov. 30, 2014, at the Metal Museum in…

Assemblyman Kevin Cahill with  SUNY-Mexico Summer Intensive English Program participants

Mexican university professors participate in Intensive English Language Program

For the second consecutive year, SUNY New Paltz is hosting professors teaching English as a Foreign Language from the southeastern Mexican states of Puebla and Hidalgo as part of the…


Alumni artists showcase work at SCRIPTopia exhibition

“SCRIPTopia,” an exhibition organized by SUNY New Paltz’s Art Department and curated by professors Anat Shiftan and Jamie Bennett will open at Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs in Long Island City,…


Foundation Board welcomes new members, renews terms

The SUNY New Paltz Foundation held its annual meeting of the Board of Directors on June 16 in New York City, welcoming four new officers and three new members, and…

From left: Dentonai Downer, Jhonn Borbor, Alexis Bageras, Gian Grahm, and Antonio Sanabria.

School of Education science and tech scholars participate in health career camp

Five high school students in the School of Education‘s Science and Technology Entry Program (STEP) recently took part in Albany Medical College’s MedQuest Camp, a week-long educational experience that exposes…


Sojourner Truth Library puts rare historical materials online

Students of African American history worldwide can now access the Second Mohonk Conference on the Negro Question, held at Lake Mohonk, Ulster County, New York, June 3, 4, 5, 1891….


The Dorsky Museum announces upcoming exhibition Dick Polich: Transforming Metal into Art with works by Graves, Koons, Lichtenstein, and more

Photos related to this release may be downloaded from the SUNY New Paltz website at The Dorsky Museum is delighted to present Dick Polich: Transforming Metal into Art, an…

Arts Lab

Registration now open for the fall 2014 session of the Saturday Arts Lab

The School of Fine & Performing Arts, known throughout the region as a gathering place for artists, makers, scholars, and enthusiasts to come together to make and experience art in…