It’s 1 a.m. on a hot summer night in the Adirondacks back in 2010. While the rest of the human world sleeps, Paul Smith’s College freshman Josh Pierce and his research partner sit in silence on the muddy bank of a small pond, headlamps illuminating the notebooks on their laps.
Our Color is Green. In the Adirondacks, sustainability is a way of life – and it's incorporated into the fabric of Paul Smith’s College. Whether our curriculum, our organic maple syrup, our campus garden, our sustainability fund, or our surroundings, we take going green seriously. Read more »
Employers know: Paul Smith's students come out of college ready to do good work. That's why nine out of 10 grads either get work in their chosen field or go to grad school within six months of graduation.
Professor Jorie Favreau doesn’t have trouble convincing her students to crawl out of bed for the early morning labs in her Techniques in Wildlife Management class. The snooze button has no power against the rocket net. Read more »