Embodying the American Dream

This spring Bruce S. Sherman (MBA ’74) (right, in conversation with ABC News’ Byron Pitts) received the prestigious Horatio Alger Award at an event at the National Portrait Gallery. The Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans, Inc., is a nonprofit educational organization that bestows its award to civic and philanthropic leaders who exemplify perseverance, integrity, … Continue reading Embodying the American Dream

Major-League Impact

When it comes to building bridges between sports teams, partners, and communities, Lina Cruz (’15, MA ’23) has tackled everything from “America’s pastime” to “the beautiful game.” She currently works as director of partnership marketing for New York City Football Club (New York City FC) of Major League Soccer—a career she never quite expected to … Continue reading Major-League Impact

Problem Solvers: Baruch Faculty Researchers Shape the Future

When Baruch graduates recall the effect their professors have had on their lives, what first comes to mind likely involves inspiring classes, mentorship, or sound advice. But while teaching is incredibly impactful, Baruch faculty are also esteemed scholars. Faculty from all three schools routinely pursue research on a multitude of topics, both independently and in … Continue reading Problem Solvers: Baruch Faculty Researchers Shape the Future

Baruch Is Flying High

During the spring semester, the American Talent Initiative (ATI)—an offshoot of the esteemed nonprofit The Aspen Institute—along with Bloomberg Philanthropies, designated Baruch College as an “ATI high-flier.” The status denotes Baruch as a high-graduation-rate institution leading progress toward equitable education for lower-income students. Baruch is one of only 28 “high-flier” U.S. colleges and universities, a … Continue reading Baruch Is Flying High

Fashioned for Success: Baruch Undergrads Launch Clothing Startup

You could say that Djamina Drabo (’25) and Renukh Rampaul (’25) know how to roll up their sleeves—in more ways than one. The two enterprising young women, undergraduates in Baruch’s Zicklin School of Business, are co-founders of Homme D’Affaire, the first student-clothing brand from the College’s entrepreneurship club. Homme D’Affaire sells business-casual sweaters and polos … Continue reading Fashioned for Success: Baruch Undergrads Launch Clothing Startup

Message from the President

Dear Baruch Alumni and Friends, I’d like to begin by sharing an experience from my recent travels. Last fall, I was invited by Taiwan’s Ministry of Education to visit a dozen top universities to explore possible research and educational collaborations with Baruch. This visit also provided a perfect opportunity to host a gathering for our … Continue reading Message from the President