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Music Therapy major thriving as international student community leader

Catching up with Jue “Niki” Zhang ’19g (Music Therapy), as she approaches graduation from SUNY New Paltz’s #1 ranked music therapy program

Radio Frequency-Certified and industry ready

Electrical Engineering students earn new Keysight Technologies credential

New Paltz named Military Friendly® for fifth straight year

Gold rating puts NP in top 100 for veterans & service members nationwide

Art History class curates Mohonk retrospective

Students contribute at every level, from research to exhibition at The Dorsky

HVAMC receives Central Hudson Development Grant

Funding for 3D metal printing capabilities made possible by matching contributions

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Winter keeps piling on, but at least New Paltz wears it well. Photo @robsta_gram

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Spring Concert Series presents 20+ diverse performances

Jazz, opera, baroque, classical, and even a performance “under the stars”

Free income tax help available now at the School of Business

Earners below $60,000 can get walk-in assistance
now through Apr. 4

Harrington STEM Lectures: Spring 2019

IBM researcher will kick off series with Feb. 26 talk on computers & chemistry

The A.J. Williams-Myers African Roots Center a bright spot of knowledge

02/15/19, Kingston Times
Black Studies Professor Emeritus is a leader in the local historical community

Colleges work to do more for veterans on campus

02/15/19, Newsday
SUNY New Paltz staff provide expertise at Nassau Community College training symposium

Kingston groups hurrying to buy site of 250-year-old African-American cemetery

02/18/19, Kingston Times
SUNY New Paltz Geology Department helps map unmarked graves


Visiting Artist Lecture Series presents Mitchell Joachim
11:00 a.m.

Joachim is an architect, Fulbright Scholar, co-founder of Terreform ONE and associate professor at New York University


A Musical Refuge Under the Stars
6:30 p.m.

Astronomy Night meets the Concert Series in this special music student performance in the John R. Kirk Planetarium


Cognitive Science Colloquium Series
5:00 p.m.

Justin C. Hulbert of Bard College will give talk on psychological trauma and its relationship to enhanced memory control