Voter turnout activist Chet Guenther ’22: “The issues that matter most right now have the biggest impact on our generation”

  As youth participation in elections increases nationwide, one recent SUNY New Paltz graduate has been recognized for his efforts encouraging democratic participation here on campus and beyond. Chet Guenther […]

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More than 70 students display 15 innovative projects at Engineering Design EXPO

SUNY New Paltz students in mechanical, electrical and computer engineering showcased a wide variety of unique projects and original prototypes at the 2022 Engineering Design EXPO on Friday, May 6. […]

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New Sustainability Course Designation helps students find and enroll in classes with a sustainability focus

SUNY New Paltz’s Sustainability Committee is proud to introduce the new Sustainability Course Designation, which empowers students to design a course schedule that is imbued with teaching and learning about […]

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Green laundry: Student researcher finds eco-friendly upgrade to Theatre Arts costume chore

  SUNY New Paltz’s Department of Theatre Arts puts on multiple productions a year. That means lots of rehearsals, lots of set design and lots of magnificent costumes. It also […]

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SUNY New Paltz hosts 27th annual Multicultural Education Conference, March 25

The School of Education at SUNY New Paltz invites education professionals, parents, students and community members to the 27th annual Multicultural Education Conference on Friday, March 25, from 8:30 a.m. […]

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Professor Ilgu Ozler receives Fulbright award to teach and research in Spain

Professor Ilgu Ozler of the Department of Political Science & International Relations has received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award for a spring 2022 teaching opportunity at Universidad Autonoma de […]

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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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