College earns accolade for fourth consecutive year for effective campus forest management and for engaging staff and students in conservation goals.
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Open advising days are open to all SUNY Old Westbury Students, specifically, both continuing and new transfer students. Advisors from all academic departments will be available to assist students as they make final plans for the fall semester.
National honors, successful students and faculty and happy graduates highlight the list of the most-viewed SUNY Old Westbury stories of 2019.
Students in the American Studies Department documented the lives of late 19th and early 20th century leaders of the suffrage movement as part of a nationwide effort.
Networking with and learning from leading journalists was the order of the day for those Media & Communications students who attended The News Conference: Real and Powerful, an annual event of the Fair Media Council that brings the news media together with the public for a day of open dialogue, mutual understanding and relationship building.
President Butts reflects on his 20-year tenure at SUNY Old Westbury in a question-and-answer column with one of the leading weekly news publications serving Nassau and Suffolk Counties.
Launch of the Justice for Fraud Victims Project covered by Long Island's daily newspaper.
New student success-focused grant to aid in sophomore student retention.
Research of accounting students featured in state-wide professional publication.
Newsday covers news of the pending departure of President Calvin O. Butts, III.