Old Westbury President Calvin O. Butts, III urges students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends to take to social media and participate in White House's national sexual assault prevention campaign.
Julie Otsuka, winner of the 2011 Langum Prize for American Historical Fiction, the 2012 PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction, and the 2012 Prix Femina Étranger will discuss her work “The Buddha in the Attic,” the 2014 Common Reading Program selection for almost 500 incoming first-year students at Old Westbury.
American Studies and English professors collaborate to explore difficulties facing new immigrants and the inequalities they face in the 21st century.
Interviews and insights behind the Spring 2014 "Body Conscious" exhibit in the Amelie A. Wallace Gallery earned the attention of The New York Times.
English Assistant Professor Nicholas Powers explores the allure of the popular television show "House of Cards."
Reporting on practices in the accounting industry features the research of Hua-Wei Huang, assistant professor in the School of Business.
The participation of a variety of local organizations in the annual CALL Partnership Fair is featured on this hyper-local news site.
Fernando Espinoza, associate professor of Chemistry & Physics and Adolescence Education, offers comments on the importance of science