Category Archives: News
The Office of Campus Sustainability is Seeking Student Ambassadors for This Fall
Do you aspire to join the next generation of sustainability, environmental justice, and climate action student leaders? Become a Sustainability Ambassador and lead campus organizational and operational change, outreach, engagement, and programming.
Visiting Professor Pete Madden Shares Insights and Advice from his Investigative Reporting Career
The DMJ department welcomes Pete Madden, an investigative producer for ABC News, as this Spring’s Ottaway Visiting Professor! Madden is teaching a special topics course, DMJ393-01 Investigative Reporting Lab, thanks to the sponsorship of the Ottaway Foundation endowment.
The Spring 2023 Equipment Borrowing Schedule is Here!
Equipment borrowing begins Monday, February 6th, 2023, and concludes on
Friday, May 5th, 2023. All equipment borrowed must be returned at the designated time and day. Sign in and sign out is by reservation only.
* There is a late fee system in effect as of January 2021. The fee for late items is $2
per day per item. Students may be fined up to $800 for lost/damaged equipment. You
will not be able to register for classes, get transcripts, or receive your grades until the
fine is paid. *
SUNY New Paltz Foundation Scholarship Portal is Accepting General Applications!
The SUNY New Paltz Foundation scholarship portal is accepting general applications from January 15th on for scholarships disbursed in the 2023-2024 academic year!
All students, including new incoming students, should complete the General Application and if prompted a Conditional Application for the upcoming aid year starting March 1, 2023, and for all other available scholarship opportunities for the 2023-2024 aid year.
All currently enrolled students may sign into SUNY New Paltz Foundation’s Scholarship Portal with your newpaltz.edu email and password.
HOW TO APPLY
Your first step is to complete a General Application. Your responses may prompt a request for you to complete a Conditional Application or recommend opportunities with additional scholarship specific questions.
Look over these scholarships to see if you are eligible and then apply to eligible opportunities. For existing students, it is strongly recommended that you do not rely exclusively on the system’s auto-match and the populated Recommended Opportunities. Many scholarships require additional information to be submitted after the completion of the General Application.
Go to OPPORTUNITIES and then click on the “Ours” tab to see the full list of scholarships opportunities. Please read the scholarship descriptions carefully to determine if you might qualify for any additional scholarships.
Most of the Foundation’s Scholarships opportunities are open for application between March and April for funding for the next academic year. Some dates will vary for specific opportunities, so please check when applying.
The General Application will open in January and close on December 15 @ 11:59 pm. EST. Once it is completed during this cycle, you can edit but you do not have to take this step again.
Edits to existing and closed opportunity applications will not be accepted after the scholarship’s stated deadline. Deadlines are 11:59 PM on the posted date. All application materials, including reference letters must be submitted on time to be considered.
HOW TO SEARCH
Click on the “Show Filters” button to find opportunities by certain attributes, majors, or other scholarship themes. You may search on more than one scope by highlighting one option, holding down “control” or “command” and then highlighting an additional option. Click “Enter” when finished. It is strongly recommended that all students review the GENERAL scholarship category. These funds are not reliant upon a student being a specific major.
Keyword searches should be limited to one word or phrase (ex. engineering). Do not use comma separators or unrelated strings (ex. math, physics; arts and sciences political science).
If you are selected as a scholarship recipient, you will receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org. This email will provide you the steps you will need to take for the scholarship to be applied to your student account. All email notifications will be sent to your newpaltz.edu email account. If you wish to confirm offers without clicking on a link in an email, please log into the scholarship portal and accept offers from there.
Additional steps will need to be taken to confirm your scholarship. All students will need to complete the acceptance process in the scholarship portal if prompted.
Qualifying for a scholarship is not a guarantee of funding. Even if not specifically stated, scholarships are typically reserved for students in good academic standing who are also making satisfactory progress towards a degree. International students can apply for all scholarship opportunities except where permanent residency in the US is noted.
To browse and apply visit Our Opportunities – State University of New York at New Paltz – Scholarships (academicworks.com).
Any questions can be directed to email@example.com.
Want to be published ? Consider submitting your work to The Teller Magazine’s Fall 2022 Issue, Passion !
The Teller Magazine is seeking contributors for their Fall 2022 Issue themed, Passion ! The Teller is accepting of all types of work across disciplines including essays, photography, music playlists, poetry, collages, and so much more !
Faculty Profile: Meet Communication Lecturer Professor Stellina Chapman
The Department of Communication is pleased to announce that Professor Stellina Chapman has taken the position of full-time lecturer for the 2022-23 academic year. You may recognize Prof. Chapman from her strategic communications courses and work in cross-cultural communication studies. Continue reading
Join Us for Communication Meet & Greet Oct. 19 at 3:30pm
The Career & Internship Networking Fair is Wednesday, Oct. 19 from 11-3!
The Fall 2022 Networking Fair for Jobs and Internships is happening this week! All SUNY New Paltz students and alumni are invited to attend!
Fall 2022 Career Fair | Wed. 10/19 from 11am-3pm | Career Resource Center (newpaltz.edu)
Faculty Profile: Introducing Dr. Lauren Mark, Communication Professor
Lauren Mark (Ph.D., Communication, Arizona State University, Hugh Downs School) is delighted to join New Paltz as an Assistant Professor of Communication and Culture. She originally hails from Wisconsin, and has previously called Taiwan, Israel, Arizona, and North Carolina home. She has taught and developed coursework at Wake Forest University and Arizona State University, after working in Taiwan and Israel as a cross-cultural community builder, translator, educator, and artist. She explored Asian theories and philosophy to develop a new methodology for her PhD scholarship. She studies, writes, and performs about intercultural communication, acculturation, affect, relationality, and racial representations in the media and lived experiences.