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

Can art help us become better communicators? Terry Gipson discusses new approach to learning on The Academic Minute

Terry Gipson, lecturer in the Department of Communication, appeared on the May 22, 2020, episode of WAMC’s nationally syndicated radio program “The Academic Minute” to describe ways in which exposure […]

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President Donald P. Christian and Sandra K. Christian fund endowment for student research

SUNY New Paltz President Donald P. Christian believes that student research participation is one of several high-impact educational practices known to produce especially deep and meaningful learning. This principle led […]

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Faculty-student research collaboration published in Inland Waters journal

Associate Professor of Biology David Richardson led a group of undergraduate research students to study how nitrogen and phosphorus can limit phytoplankton growth in freshwater lakes. The group’s research was […]

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In history internship blog, students provide real-time commentary on impact of COVID-19

Each semester, students in the Department of History’s capstone “Community, Memory, and Historical Practice” fieldwork and seminar course blog about their experiences working at regional historical sites. In spring 2020 […]

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Students and faculty can sign up now to participate in a new, virtual study abroad opportunity from SUNY

A new offering from the SUNY Center for Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) will allow students to take action on one of six selected Sustainable Development Goals, in partnership with a community […]

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Students support local businesses through internships at New Paltz Regional Chamber

As local and state governments continue to enforce shelter-in-place orders, small local businesses across the United States are facing difficult decisions. Through their work at the New Paltz Regional Chamber […]

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