Latest stories from SUNY New Paltz

In first year as Innovation Hot Spot, Hudson Valley Venture Hub boasts significant return on investment

HVVH supported 20 regional companies and generated $4.5 million in revenue after earning grant from Empire State Development

Heritage and Horizons: A series of interdisciplinary events celebrating Black History Month 2024

Events feature guest experts in corporate leadership, education, government & civic engagement, and arts & culture

New Paltz agrees with The College of Saint Rose on Teach-Out plan

Ahead of Saint Rose’s planned closure on June 30, the University will welcome Saint Rose students as transfers into equivalent undergraduate and graduate programs

College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Without Limits welcomes journalist and author Meredith Broussard April 11

Broussard will discuss AI ethics and using data analysis for social good as part of lecture series on liberty & technology

Distinguished Speaker Series welcomes Museum of Natural History President Sean Decatur

“Past is more than Prologue” will explore how the history of our planet explains present-day scientific dilemmas

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Thanks to all who came out to celebrate 100 Days Until Commencement last week! More photos from the event are available here.

More news from around campus

Jordan Fogle ’25g (Music Therapy) details study of sensory-friendly concerts

Graduate student is on a mission to make live music accessible for all after working with individuals with sensory difficulties

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President Wheeler’s February 2024 Report to the Faculty

Reflections on this campus community’s resilience and inclusivity, plus updates on enrollment, budget, strategic planning and more

A Scholars’ Mentorship Program success story: Mackenzy McMorris ‘22 ‘24g

McMorris shares how experience with program led to professional and academic fulfillment

Coverage of Awosting Hall residence building renovation

2/2/24, Hudson Valley One
Spotlight on the newly enhanced living environment for nearly 280 students

Psychology Professor Glenn Geher on individual vs. systemic issues

2/4/24, Psychology Today
Geher advocates for treating individual concerns over fighting against systems as practitioners

Music Assistant Professor Phyllis Chen featured in piece on thinking beyond the piano

2/4/24, The New York Times
Paper of record highlights keyboardists like Chen who go beyond the typical piano in their creative practice