Recent graduates continue to impress, earning unique honors and advancing their careers in remarkable ways.
There's no doubt that Baruch alumni from the 2000s have already made their mark on the professional world. Check out these recent class notes from a handful of those outstanding grads.
Graduates from the 1990s continue to make Baruch proud, and these alumni are no exception. From admirable work with the Peace Corps to service in NYC government, read about the variety of accomplishments these grads have enjoyed.
Whether they're receiving awards, enjoying professional success, or pursuing their own artistic passion, Baruch graduates from the 1970s and 1980s continue to impress.
From nonprofit work to publishing thrilling new novels, these graduates from the 1930s, 1950s, and 1960s have enjoyed remarkable success.
I t hasn’t always been a slam dunk for Ray Rankis. For more than 30 years, Rankis—best known to legions of Baruchians as the coach of men’s basketball—has been a jock of all trades, the go-to guy in the College’s Athletics Department. In addition to coaching men’s basketball, women’s tennis, and women’s cross country (a … Continue reading
Alumni currently reside in 96-plus countries outside of the U.S., and Baruch’s Office of Alumni Relations is enhancing its efforts to reconnect with everyone
Three striving professionals share why they esteem the Zicklin School of Business Evening MBA Program
At the gala evening, Public Affairs Dean David Birdsell highlighted the school’s incredible growth, saying, “Today, we are one of the three largest schools of public affairs in the United States”
Professor of Journalism Roslyn (“Roz”) Bernstein has taught, mentored, and inspired thousands of students since joining Baruch’s journalism program in 1974 and, as important, has helped shape the intellectual life of the College