Northern Hemisphere lakes warmed six times faster in the past 25 years, says international research team including New Paltz Biology faculty

  Lakes in the Northern Hemisphere warmed six times faster from 1992-2016 than at any other comparable period in the last 100 years, according to a new collaborative study by […]

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Lessons from Two Decades of Disaster Response: IDMH at SUNY New Paltz will host 17th annual conference, Sept. 29 & 30

The Institute for Disaster Mental Health (IDMH) at SUNY New Paltz will reflect on 20 years of emergency management training, preparation and direct action at “From 9/11 to COVID-19: Lessons […]

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“Follies in America”: Kerry Dean Carso’s new book and exhibition examine garden architecture of the 19th century

Art History Professor Kerry Dean Carso is the author of a new book examining 19th-century American culture through the lens of “follies”: garden buildings inspired by European architectural style that […]

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Can solar panels coexist with birds and bees? This team of SUNY New Paltz researchers is looking for answers

  New York is emerging as a leader in the movement toward more sustainable energy production. The state has committed to achieving 70% renewable energy by 2030 and zero-emission electricity […]

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With three more Drescher leave awards, New Paltz continues strong support for underrepresented pre-tenure faculty

Three SUNY New Paltz pre-tenure faculty will receive support for leaves in fall 2021 through the Dr. Nuala McGann Drescher Affirmative Action/Diversity Leave, a unique program that creates opportunities, with […]

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“Not all species will be able to shift”: Biology professor collaborates on new, international climate study

Professor of Biology David Richardson was part of the international collaborative team that produced the study “Climate change drives widespread shifts in lake thermal habitat,” which was published this month […]

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