Latest stories from SUNY New Paltz

New Paltz Department of Theatre Arts project to be featured as segment for PBS MLK Day broadcast

PBS came to campus to film “Eye to Eye; Soul to Soul,” a play from Lester Mayers ’19 featuring direction by Associate Professor Catherine Doherty and performances by current students, for an upcoming Martin Luther King, Jr. broadcast

Final fall 2022 Harrington STEM Lecture focuses on renewable energy

Stony Brook professor and researcher Amy Marschilok spoke of energy storage solutions for sources such as solar and wind

Dorsky Museum announces three new exhibitions opening February 2023

Exhibitions including “Homespun” (pictured above) promise visitors unparalleled exposure to historical undercurrents and contemporary trends in art

Gabrielle Euvino ’86 shares how studying abroad shaped career pursuits

Euvino reflects on international education experience in Italy after recent award from the Ulster County Italian Festival for service as an educator, scholar and author

Without Limits roundtable explores changing dialogue on women’s issues

Panel of academics and experts of different backgrounds convened to explore how feminist activism has changed throughout history

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It's wonderful to see New Paltz student Jordan Armoogan '22 (and Hugo) doing some good will this holiday season by stocking up the Campus Food Pantry. Learn more how you can volunteer for the Campus Food Pantry by clicking here

More news from around campus

“Five Women Wearing the Same Dress” arrive in Parker Theatre this December

Alan Ball play is a two-act comedy surrounding five bridesmaids who all get caught wearing the same exact dress

Save the Date! President Wheeler’s inauguration is on April 19-21, 2023

More information to be provided as the date nears for the inauguration of New Paltz’s ninth president

Sam Moran ’24, A Walking Miracle

Inspiring feature on field hockey player diagnosed with a rare and potentially fatal disease, Guillain-Barre Syndrome, who went on to star on the team this past fall

New Paltz concert among local holiday season celebrations to watch this year

11/26/22, Hudson Valley One
The Department of Music’s final choral concert, Glad Tidings, will feature seasonal favorites as well as selections from Handel’s Messiah

UPD Officers Joseph Haubrich and Victor Torres among recipients of 2022 University Police Awards

11/27/22, Daily Freeman
Haubrich was one of the Life Saving Awardees, while Torres received the Professional Service Award

Psychology Professor Glenn Geher’s latest column focuses on teamwork in romantic relationships

11/27/22, Psychology Today
Geher writes in Psychology Today that everyone wins when partners focus on their relationship as a team