Brigette Riley-White

Naval Reservist, Student-Entrepreneur Awarded the SUNY Old Westbury President’s Medal for Scholarship

U.S. Navy Petty Officer Third Class Brigette Riley-White, a recent graduate of SUNY Old Westbury, has been recognized as the 2016 recipient of The President’s Medal for Scholarship

May 23, 2016
Commencement Ceremony

Class of 2016 instructed to be 'perpetually optimistic and positive' while taking on the leadership roles that their degree prepared them for.

May 13, 2016
Students with CSTEP award
Once again SUNY Old Westbury’s Collegiate Science Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) student researchers have returned from the Annual CSTEP Conference with good news. 
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Graduating Senior Arianna Wolfe is featured after having been named winner of the 2015 President's Medal for Scholarship.

Newsday

John Friedman, Media and Communications faculty member, comments on the historical and present state of police and community relations in Baltimore, Maryland.

Counterpunch

Professor Karl Grossman offers insights and opinions on the activity of OPEC nations and the oil market in response to the growth of fracking in the U.S.

Newsday

Educator and researcher Kate Velsor comments in this local news piece on the impacts of demolition and renovations taking place at the historic Maine Maid Inn.

Newsday

Marcia Gillespie, a visiting instructor in the media and communications program of the American Studies Department, penned this opinion p