Here’s a look back at SUNY New Paltz alumni activities in 2015.
Class of 2015 undergraduates celebrated the imminent transition from student to alumnus/a status at the 100 Days Senior Celebration, sponsored by the Office of Development and Alumni Relations.
The College welcomed 32 women professionals, the vast majority of whom were New Paltz alumnae, for a summit titled “Successful Women: What Does it Take?” on March 11.
More than 200 First World Alumni from around the world returned to campus to pay homage to the rich heritage and growing diversity at New Paltz. The reunion featured events including town hall discussions, dinner events and parties, a Voices of Unity Concert and a student/alumni basketball tournament.
SUNY New Paltz alumni were welcomed back to campus for Alumni Weekend and Reunion, Oct. 2-4.
The second Business Leaders of the 21st Century panel discussion held on Nov. 11 offered a crowd of students, faculty and staff the opportunity to learn from successful SUNY New Paltz alumni and trailblazers in business.
Robert Kyncl ’95 and Luz Avila Kyncl ’96 hosted over 65 alumni along with President Donald P. Christian, Vice President Erica Marks, and other New Paltz representatives, at their home in Los Angeles. Other alumni events were held in Austin, Chicago, Seattle, New York City, and other locations nation-wide.