|News from around campus:|
Art lecturer helps build online community of craftspeople making cloth masks
Project grows to include nearly 1,000 Hudson Valley artists, who have produced more than 2,200 masks currently in use by essential healthcare workers
President Christian will host next Virtual Hot Chocolate on April 15
We’re taking questions now ahead of Wednesday’s Facebook and Instagram Live broadcast
Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or DM SUNY New Paltz on Facebook or Instagram
Real-time list of buildings closed for cleaning
Office of Emergency Management informing community about closures as they occur
|Resources for remote teaching and learning|
Daily Drop-Ins: Chat online with the Office of Instructional Technology
Get quick answers about Blackboard, web conferencing or other tech issues
Campus Contingency Knowledge Base continues to grow
Check in with this ever-expanding catalog of resources for students, faculty and staff
|Professional development and training opportunities|
Office of Instructional Technology: Blackboard Grade Center workshop
Guiding faculty through steps to organize the online grade book
Tuesday, April 14, 10 a.m., and Thursday, April 16, 2 p.m.
|From the community|
New Paltz Athletics, Wellness & Recreation joins SUNY eSports network
All students, faculty and staff invited to compete with SUNY peers for prizes and bragging rights in Fortnite, Madden, Smash and more
|Frequently Asked Questions|
Is the campus sponsoring professional travel by faculty and staff during the COVID-19 response?
No. All campus-sponsored travel for state business has been cancelled through June 30, 2020, the end of the fiscal year, as part of the College’s practice of safe social distancing and in light of CDC guidance.
We continue to urge all campus community members to limit non-essential travel and carefully consider any travel plans.
Employees who wish to appeal this policy for travel related to state business should submit appeals to their supervisors and the appropriate vice president for evaluation.
Have more questions? We’re updating our Coronavirus Frequently Asked Questions webpage daily.