Latest stories from SUNY New Paltz

Seventeen and graduating


Simone Evans (Biochemistry; Mathematics), the youngest member of SUNY New Paltz’s Class of 2019, prepares for neuroscience Ph.D. program



Middle States VP pays consultation visit to New Paltz

Campus community preparing for 2021 reaccreditation peer review

New Paltz MFA exhibition opens at Brooklyn gallery

“Now: Press Play,” curated by Yale senior scholar Glenn Adamson

College announces 40 Under Forty honorees for 2019

Celebration of young alumni excellence, June 9 at Novellas, New Paltz

School of Business names 2019 Hall of Fame Class

Induction Ceremony April 24, 5 p.m. at the Grandview, Poughkeepsie

Photo of the Week

Nearly 20 students in the School of Business traveled to New York this month for a career exploration site visit, which included a meeting with recruiters at Madison Square Garden and a visit to NASDAQ MarketSite for the exchange's closing bell.

People of SUNY New Paltz

Student Association awarded inaugural H. Carl McCall Award

SUNY Student Assembly recognizes New Paltz students for role in building names dialogue

International Advocacy Day: Students travel to D.C. to speak with reps

New Paltz joins nationwide call on Congress to support global education

Rosie Phillips Davis targets deep poverty in Distinguished Speaker Address

“We want to change attitudes and perceptions about people in poverty, we want to change practice and we want to change policy”

Angela Dufresne Queers the Portraiture Tradition

04/16/19, Hyperallergic
Brooklyn-based artist currently exhibiting 33 portraits at The Dorsky

SUNY New Paltz offers summer literacy tutoring

04/17/19, Daily Freeman
Free literacy assessments available on May 7; Multiple tutoring sessions in July

Garvan’s in New Paltz to host luncheon honoring Dr. A. J. Williams-Myers

04/21/19, Almanac Weekly
May 4 fundraiser will benefit new African Roots Center in Kingston, New York


Syracuse-Hetko-Siegel Jazz Trio
8:00 p.m.

Jazz faculty Rich Syracuse and Jeff Siegel are joined by award-winning guest pianist and composer Nick Hetko for a mixture of classic and modern jazz repertoire


Repair Café
10:00 a.m.

The Earth Week tradition returns! Meet with repair coaches at the Student Union Building to give new life to bikes, computers, clothing, appliances and more


Fac/Staff Outing to Spring Farm in the Mohonk Preserve
4:30 p.m.

Join colleagues for a Friday afternoon trip to the mountains