Jean Padilla ’16 (Sociology – Criminology) is troubled by the general public’s demonization of juvenile offenders. This fall, he set out to change mindsets in an unorthodox way – by gardening.
The “Liberal Arts in Action” series allows alumni to speak, in their own words, about the value of a liberal arts education. Fran Mascia-Lees, professor of anthropology at Rutgers University, describes her experiences as an anthropology major at SUNY New Paltz and her notable work as a scholar and mentor.
Two talented and ambitious filmmakers have earned industry recognition for short films created at New Paltz.
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences awarded four summer internship scholarships that enabled students to develop new skills, improve workforce preparation and experience personal growth.
Congratulations to the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences faculty for their notable publications, presentations and honors.