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Plattsburgh State University is a public liberal arts university, located in Plattsburgh, New York, in the Champlain Valley of northeastern New York. PSU now maintains these sections as separate departments.PSU holds the distinction of being the first facility in the SUNY (State University of New York) system to offer an environmental studies program. Internships and study-abroad programs form part of the curriculum.The largest section in the university is Arts and Science, which includes more than 250 full- and part-time educators in 23 academic departments and centers. Specialties include an art museum with a large open-air sculpture park and artworks by such well-known artists as Picasso and Rodin.The Center for Earth and Environmental Science, an interdisciplinary unit at PSU, organizes the geology, geography, and environmental science programs. Miner Agricultural Research Institute and Lake Champlain Research Institute.Founded in 1951, the Miner Institute offers quality research, education, and demonstration programs, while the Lake Champlain Institute, established in 1997, strives to promote undergraduate student research.Spread over 256 acres, Plattsburgh State University provides full access to research, library, and computer facilities. The Career Development Center at PSU assists students in determining their career path.