Bringing Disability Studies into the classroom: Two critical approaches from Honors Program students

Given the importance of addressing issues related to race, gender, sexuality and culture in educational settings, it can sometimes feel like other aspects of identity, including disability status, get crowded […]

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We are not built for this: Interdisciplinary Honors Program thesis delves into the modern mind

The world is changing faster than ever before. Are our brains able to keep pace? That’s the question that New Paltz student Brianna McQuade ’22 (Psychology) of East Northport, New […]

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School leadership runs in the family: Three New Windsor sisters pursue careers in education administration together

    Growing up in a home where both parents worked in education didn’t guarantee that the Herrera sisters would all become teachers, but it probably explains why they all […]

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Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) alumna named ‘Teacher of the Year’

SUNY New Paltz alumna Elsa Batista ’00 (Spanish) ’03g (Multicultural Education) was recently named Newington’s Teacher of the Year for her ability to inspire student learning as well as her commitment, enthusiasm […]

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