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Ms. Perez-Katz Goes to Washington

Ms. Perez-Katz Goes to Washington

Alumna Lands Fellowship with the U.S. Department of Education

12/29/2015  |  No Comments

Alicia Perez-Katz (MSEd '06) is currently serving as a Principal Ambassador Fellow in Washington, DC. This unique fellowship, founded in 2013, brings local principals to our nation's capital for one year, allowing them to work alongside the U.S. Secretary of Education and other top officials to contribute to the national dialogue on public education. ...

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Harlem “Church Ladies” Get Their Due

Q&A with Historian and Retired Professor Martia Goodson

01/25/2016  |  No Comments

Fifteen unheralded female movers and shakers of a central institution of the black world—the black church—share their memories and insights of the historic Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem, N.Y., in this book by a retired and prolific Baruch professor and American historian ...

Working for a Worthy Cause

Working for a Worthy Cause

Alumna Excels at the Clinton Foundation

02/03/2016  |  No Comments

Mariah Schuknecht (MBA '14) talks about her career at the Clinton Foundation and how her Baruch experience helped her achieve her professional goals ...

Redefining a Family Tradition

Redefining a Family Tradition

Alumnus Makes His Mark in Finance

05/04/2016  |  No Comments

For Alex Kosoglyadov (’09), working on Wall Street is in his genes. Just not the way you might expect. Read about how this proud alumnus used his Baruch degree to find success in the financial sector ...

Changing Lives Near and Far

Changing Lives Near and Far

Alumnus Launches Nonprofit to Boost Community Service

11/02/2015  |  No Comments

Alumnus Arthur Gurwitz (MBA ’77) founded nonprofit Art of Men to provide a simple and convenient way for people to find service projects in their neighborhoods ...

High Praise for Baruch Accounting

High Praise for Baruch Accounting

11/04/2015  |  No Comments

The CPA Journal, the monthly journal of the New York State Society of CPAs, featured Baruch in its special 85th anniversary edition ...

A Good Read: The Midnight Shrink

A Good Read: The Midnight Shrink

Alumnus Edward A. Dreyfus (’58) Pens Third Novel

09/01/2015  |  No Comments

Good stories catch readers’ imaginations. Inspired by the author’s life and work, The Midnight Shrink, the third novel by this alumnus, defies expectation. It opens with a murder but is really a character study and narrative about parents and children—fathers and sons, especially—and the lies we can unwittingly tell ourselves ...

“The Most Tolerant Professor Award”

“The Most Tolerant Professor Award”

Goes to Vincent Skudrna

11/03/2015  |  No Comments

It’s been more than 40 years since their student-professor classroom banter, and alumnus Richard Friedman (’72) realizes Professor Vincent Skudrna is deserving of overdue thanks ...

Bringing Ideas to Fruition

Bringing Ideas to Fruition

The Field Center's Makerspace Initiative

10/02/2015  |  No Comments

Fresh and innovative, Baruch’s Makerspace encourages students’ critical thinking and creativity across the curriculum ...

Bringing Ideas to Fruition

Bringing Ideas to Fruition

The Field Center’s Makerspace Initiative

10/16/2015  |  No Comments

Fresh and innovative, Baruch’s Makerspace encourages students’ critical thinking and creativity across the curriculum ...