The College's international network of partners grows with framework providing for the development of academic collaborations, team-teaching among faculty, and new study abroad programs.
National organization recognizes College for its effective campus forest management and commitment to conservation.
First graduate program in Forensic Accounting available on Long Island will prepare professionals for work in the fast-growing career paths of forensic accountanting and fraud examination.
As part of SUNY’s recent partnership with Cuba’s Ministry of Higher Education, a group of six SUNY Old Westbury students participated in a study abroad program to Cuba in January 2018.
A State University of New York at Old Westbury professor and a College volunteer and friend were among those honored for their commitment to Long Island and its Indian-American communities..
Professor John Ehrenreich writes an op-ed on the interplay between human thinking and the way conservatives act.
President Calvin O. Butts, III writes to Newsday about the importance of highlighting diversity in college rankings.
New School of Business Dean Raj Devasagayam is introduced to the Long Island community.
Professor and author Carolyn Cocca provides her expertise on the recent film phenomenon "Wonder Woman."