Capital funding of $159,000 from Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer enabled much-needed upgrades at the Wasserman Trading Floor/Subotnick Financial Services Center.
The newest Baruch address is not in NYC but rather in D.C. This fall seven lucky graduate students in the Washington Semester program—offered through Baruch’s Austin W. Marxe School of Public and International Affairs (MSPIA)—call the elegant, turreted Victorian mansion at 301 Maryland Avenue NE home.
His gift is nothing short of transformational. “Austin Marxe has propelled forward the ambitions of an entire school of thousands of students for generations to come,” says Dr. David S. Birdsell, longtime dean of the newly named Austin W. Marxe School of Public and International Affairs “Through those students and graduates, Mr. Marxe will have … Continue reading Meet Austin W. Marxe
Baruch alumnus Dr. Brian Sheets hosts Give It To Me Straight, Doc, his very own TV show that airs on Cablevision Channel 88 in Connecticut. Each episode, Dr. Sheets chats with medical experts to explore and simplify complex topics, such as genetics, heart health, and endocrinology.
Michele Ware (’94, MBA ’15) is the Creator/CEO of Harlem’s ‘Hoodwinked Escape,’ a recent entry in the growing craze of NYC “Escape Rooms.” Hoodwinked offers four unique, lifestyle themed-puzzle rooms that test problem-solving skills and collaboration.
For Ronald Kim (MPA ’06), politics is personal. This energetic second-term assemblyman was always inspired by “the idea of coming back to the neighborhood I grew up in, not only to help people, but also to empower the next generation of leaders to take ownership of local issues.”
How Scholarships Change Donors’ Lives Scholarships are a door to opportunity—and one that opens in both directions. When scholarship recipients and donors meet, it’s more than putting a face to a name; there’s a personal connection that touches giver and receiver, enriching both. Here are a few of their stories. An Unexpected Legacy When New … Continue reading Chain Reaction