Latest stories from SUNY New Paltz

Photography faculty wins Guggenheim Fellowship

Documentation, objectivity and the photographer’s role in representation are key to Nadia Sablin’s work with undergraduate and graduate students


Careful what you wish for: “Into the Woods,” Nov. 8-18

Modern takes on classic fairy tales, featuring Sondheim’s legendary score

Accounting student wins major industry scholarship

Internship experience helps Heather Hallock ’18 earn exclusive, national award

College hosts 5th annual Veterans Day Dining In

“The joining of military service and higher education is an unbeatable combination”

President’s November 2018 Report to the Faculty

Updates on building names, SUNY survey, student leadership and more

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The Ashokan Reservoir is not only a gorgeous Hudson Valley landmark; it's also the primary source of water for the SUNY New Paltz campus. The aqueduct that delivers that water is undergoing repairs, which means it's never been more important for the campus community to embrace wise water use. Be part of the Slow the Flow effort and learn how you can help preserve this precious resource.

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#HawktheVote: More than 1,000 new voter registrations

“In order to preserve the strengths of this democracy, you have to participate in it”

NP researchers help improve sound quality at local church

Accoustic measurements inform purchase of sound-dampening panels

VIDEO: Michelle Quartin ’06 practices architecture and decoration

Alumna is founder of Opus Architectural Arts, a full-service restoration and decor company

2018 USGBC New York Upstate Leadership Award recipients announced

11/09/18, U.S. Green Building Council
SUNY New Paltz is the People’s Choice in 2018;
Distinction honors work in partnership with the community’s green building sector

Brianna Titone’s opponent concedes; Colo.’s first transgender legislator elected

11/11/18, Colorado Politics
New Paltz alumna secures historic win

Student veterans: SUNY looks to boost campus mental health care

11/12/18, Poughkeepsie Journal
Program guides healthcare workers to work with young vets, understanding their expectations, needs, and worldviews


“Ex Machina” Film Screening and Discussion
5:00 p.m.

This 2015 film kicks off the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences’ “Without Limits” series, which this year focuses on the theme of “March of the Machines”


Peter Saulson: “Listening to the Universe with Gravitational Waves”
5:00 p.m.

The Harrington STEM Lecture Series presents Saulson, Professor of Physics at Syracuse University, discussing the basics of gravitational waves, how we detect them, and the highlights of what we are beginning to learn about the universe by observing it in this new way


A conversation with Ed Carroll ’85
9:30 a.m.

Meet the media powerhouse and New Paltz graduate who helped bring The Walking Dead, Mad Men, Breaking Bad, Portlandia, Rectify, Killing Eve, and other great programs to air