English Education Students Present at National Teachers Convention

In November, four SUNY Old Westbury graduate students in the Masters of Arts in Teaching, Adolescence Education – English Language Arts program traveled to Minneapolis, Minn. to attend the 105th National Council of Teachers of English annual convention, “Responsibility, Creativity, and the Arts of Language.” Under the guidance of Professor Nicole Sieben, the students prepared…

From Bachelor to Master: Part 2 of a 3-part Blog Series by Jonathan Noyes

I’ve made it to the halfway mark and let me assure you, the work load is not slowing down! In fact, it’s only quickening its pace. It is important to remain vigilant, and remind myself that as I work through intellectually, emotionally, and physically trying times, I am the best version of myself.   Professor Torrell…

From Bachelor to Master: Part 1 of a 3-part Blog Series by Jonathan Noyes

Jonathan Noyes recently received his B.A. in English from SUNY College at Old Westbury and was accepted into our MAT in English graduate program. His 3-part blog series, “From Bachelor to Master” will cover his experiences transitioning from undergraduate to graduate student. This, his first installment, discusses the decision to apply to the MAT and…

The Spring 2015 Issue of Harmonia has arrived!

We are excited to announce the digital, full-color release of the Spring 2015 issue of Harmonia, the Creative Writing Journal at SUNY College at Old Westbury!  Congratulations to all of our student contributors, and thank you to our editorial team for all of their hard work! They are student editors Alexia Bell, Valerie LaRoche, Jamie Rogoff, and Jessica…

School of Arts & Sciences Student Research Day

Please join us at the School of Arts and Sciences Student Research Day! The full schedule, including information about the many English majors giving presentations, is available here: Research Day 2015 Schedule