Faculty member’s new book explores antiracist professional development for white teachers

Shannon McManimon, assistant professor of educational studies & leadership, is coauthor of the new book, “Building Pedagogues: White Practicing Teachers and the Struggle for Antiracist Work in Schools,” published in […]

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Faculty: Interested in facilitating student research? Consider training as an HREB Exempt Reviewer

The College’s Human Research Ethics Board (HREB) invites faculty to complete an Exempt Reviewer training and help facilitate student research in their courses for spring 2021. Faculty who complete the […]

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Two new peer-reviewed papers out from the Biology Department’s leading lake researcher

David Richardson, professor of biology, is co-author of two new peer-reviewed papers that both explore ways in which changing climate is affecting lake ecosystems. “Deeper waters are changing less consistently […]

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Thirty thousand face shields and counting: Aaron Nelson discusses the HVAMC’s response to pandemic on “The Academic Minute”

Aaron Nelson, assistant professor of art, appeared on the Oct. 19, 2020, episode of WAMC’s nationally syndicated radio program “The Academic Minute,” to tell the story of how the Hudson […]

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What are the characteristics of an effective teacher education program? Educational Studies faculty offers insights at Indian webinar on National Education Policy 2020

Mathew Swerdloff, (Educational Studies and Leadership), shared his expertise on the “Characteristics of an Effective Teacher Education Program,” before a group of more than 200 Indian educators. In July of […]

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In new book, New Paltz faculty tell the story of women’s suffrage in New York State

A newly published collection of essays, edited and partially written by a collective of SUNY New Paltz faculty members, provides a unique, interdisciplinary overview of women’s right to vote in […]

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