One study makes front-page news in the Wall Street Journal.
A 2014 graduate of Paul Smith's College is the lead author of a paper on road runoff published recently by Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, an international scholarly journal. Read more »
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The New York State Board of Regents today gave its approval to a proposal from Paul Smith’s College to add the name of philanthropist and former Paul Smith’s Chair Joan Weill alongside that of the founding family, creating Joan Weill-Paul Smith’s College.
The proposal, which also requires approval from the state court system, is made in conjunction with a transformational naming gift pledge from Weill and her husband, Sanford, the retired chairman of CitiGroup. Read more »
In recognition of two decades of volunteer leadership and unprecedented financial support from philanthropists Joan and Sanford Weill, the Board of Trustees of Paul Smith’s College announced today that it is seeking approval from the New York State Board of Regents and the New York State court to add Joan Weill’s name alongside that of the founding family, creating Joan Weill-Paul Smith’s College. Read more »
Hundreds of vintage canoes will be on display next week at Paul Smith's College when the Wooden Canoe Heritage Association returns for its 36th annual assembly.
The event will be held Tuesday-Sunday, July 14-19, on the college's Great Lawn. It features an introduction to canoe sailing, a tour of the Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain Lake, hands-on workshops, children's programing and much more.
Marty Hanifin has been named vice president for Business and Finance at Paul Smith’s College. He begins his new role on Aug. 10.
“I am delighted to join the Paul Smith's community,” Hanifin said. “I look forward to working with my new colleagues to serve and support the talented and committed students who make Paul Smith’s such a special place." Read more »
A Paul Smith's College senior published a paper in the upcoming issue of Restoration Ecology, the journal of the Society for Ecological Restoration.
Forestry major Nathan Piché worked on the paper as part of his senior capstone research project, which explored the recovery rate of soil on abandoned farmland. Read more »