Applied Learning includes internships, service learning & volunteer work, study abroad, etc.

Assistant Professor Ping-Chuan Wang brings students along for computer chip longevity study

  Assistant Professor of Engineering Ping-Chuan Wang has studied computer chip longevity since his time in the private sector at IBM. Now at SUNY New Paltz, he’s inviting students to […]

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Glenda Rodrigues Santos Giordani ’25 (Mechanical Engineering) researches green alternatives for building material

This has the potential to be literally groundbreaking.   SUNY New Paltz undergraduate Glenda Rodrigues Santos Giordani ’25  is earning recognition for research into sustainable alternatives for non-structural material. She’s been […]

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“The essence of Blackness”: New Paltz celebrates first Black History Month Grand Convocation

The campus community gathered on Feb. 28 for the finale of a rich series of academic and social programs celebrating Black History Month: a joyous Grand Convocation featuring performances, awards, […]

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Assistant Professor Dominic McBrayer explores a prediction model for amino acid and peptide fragments with students and alumni

Assistant Professor of Chemistry Dominic McBrayer recently co-authored an article with several alumni and current undergraduate co-authors published in February 2024 for the peer-reviewed scientific journal PLOS ONE, from the […]

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Biology Professor David Richardson works with international group to publish study on lake ice

  Longtime lake ecology scientist and New Paltz faculty David Richardson recently partnered with an international group of collaborators from Canada, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United States to conduct a […]

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“Hooded, or Being Black for Dummies” opens Nov. 17 at SUNY New Paltz

The SUNY New Paltz Department of Theatre Arts will present “Hooded, or Being Black for Dummies,” a comedic drama by playwright Tearrance Arvelle Chisholm that explores racial identity, privilege and […]

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