Mechanical Engineering students, faculty begin extensive natural fiber analysis

A massive new fiber analysis project is underway in the Division of Engineering Programs at SUNY New Paltz, with the potential transform the way farmers and manufacturers do business in […]

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Minds @ Work on May the Fourth: Celebrating all forms of creativity and research

Students and faculty of diverse majors gathered at venues all over the SUNY New Paltz campus on May 4 to celebrate thesis and capstone work produced throughout the 2017-18 academic […]

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Engineers-in-the-making showcase creativity at spring 2018 Senior Design EXPO

A year’s worth of work in mechanical, electrical and computer engineering came to a head on May 4, 2018, at the Senior Design EXPO, as more than 20 student teams […]

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International student engineers sustainable medical cooler for use in developing regions

Many developed nations are already capitalizing on the potential of photovoltaics – including solar panels and other technologies – to transform their electrical grids and environmental footprints. Now, a student […]

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Education major’s evolutionary research inspires new approaches to teaching

In order to develop new and effective approaches to teaching, doesn’t it make sense to study how children learn? It may seem simple, but that question has been the foundation […]

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Once a Coast Guard cook, Lucas Tracy finds new path as optics researcher

After his discharge from the U.S. Coast Guard, it took Lucas Tracy ’19 (Physics) a few tries before he found his next path. But since spending the last year working […]

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