SUNY New Paltz continues to invest in STEM

With the new undergraduate program in mechanical engineering at  SUNY New Paltz attracting an enrollment of 69 majors last fall and 84 in the spring semester of the current academic year, the local college continues to accelerate its efforts to strengthen its science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) competencies. The numbers of students in mechanical engineering are in addition to the 179 other enrolled undergraduate engineering students (107 in electrical engineering, 57 in computer engineering and 15 undeclared students in pre-engineering . . .


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