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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Benjamin Center publishes findings from survey of local leaders on COVID-19

The Benjamin Center for Public Policy Initiatives at SUNY New Paltz has published a new report, “COVID-19: Local Leaders Respond,” an analysis of a survey of 233 randomly selected New […]

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From “Do it yourself” to “Let’s do this together”: AC2 program propels biochemistry major to international medical research

Yohely Espiritusanto ’20 (Biochemistry) used to believe that in order to achieve her educational and professional goals, she needed to rely on herself and herself alone. “I didn’t get much […]

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Education majors lead movement to unlock the potential of new k-12 technology

Liz Brennan ’19 remembers when she really started to see the potential of technology as a teaching tool. “In one of my classes, instead of writing a book report, we […]

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More than 70 students showcase capstone projects at largest Engineering Design EXPO yet

SUNY New Paltz students in mechanical, electrical and computer engineering showcased projects years in the making at the annual Engineering Design EXPO on May 3. The judged competition is the […]

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Student Research Symposium: 100+ students from 16 majors present original scholarship

The SUNY New Paltz Student Research Symposium marked its 25th anniversary on Friday, May 3, as undergraduate students gathered with friends and faculty mentors to share outcomes of a variety […]

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Class of 2019 Salutatorian: Reuben Slater

One of the most valuable lessons Class of 2019 Salutatorian Reuben Slater ’19 (History; Anthropology) learned at SUNY New Paltz is that it’s okay to turn to your community for […]

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