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Bard College at Simon’s Rock: Early College at the Front of Social and Environmental Change

Since 1966, Bard College at Simon’s Rock—the only accredited four-year early college in the nation—has provided bright students a one-of-a-kind college experience. As the school has evolved, it has forged new paths for the socially and environmentally conscious young students of today.

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Chart Your Path to an Environmental Career at SUNY Ulster

The Environmental Studies program at SUNY Ulster, an affordable two-year community college with locations in Stone Ridge and Kingston, gives students the practical skills they need to find rewarding locally-based jobs.

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Bard College and Forge Project Expand Indigenous Studies

An endowment gift of $25 million from the Gochman Family Foundation and a matching $25 million gift from the Open Society Foundation will fund a Center for Indigenous Studies, new faculty appointments, and student scholarships at Bard College.

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Bridging the Gap

Rethinking Pathways to College
Forty percent of students who enroll in college never graduate and public confidence in higher education has slipped. Local educators and administrators are taking steps to address the crisis.

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Finish Your Bachelor's Degree Online With the Help of SUNY New Paltz

SUNY New Paltz’s new, fully online Bachelor of Arts: General Studies offers a flexible pathway back into college for people who already have at least 60 credits, but no bachelor’s degree.

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Talking Truth

A Conversation About Race on the SUNY New Paltz Campus
A new memorial to Sojourner Truth was set to be installed at the eponymous library on the SUNY New Platz campus this fall. Why is it receiving pushback?

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Course of Action

Micro-Degrees—The New Way to Learn
Community colleges across the region are offering micro-credentials and certificate courses as a way for students to get skills outside of degree programs.

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A Year Of Opportunities

For Clarkson University, the pandemic has opened the doors for greater collaboration and K-12 classroom support
COVID was a huge hurdle for many schools. But for educators at Clarkson, the doors were thrown open to plentiful opportunities, too. From the Hudson Valley to the North Country, the university continued to develop and enhance meaningful programs in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields.

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