Mammal Mysteries in the Heart of NYC

Baruch Professor Curates New, Permanent Exhibit at Museum of Natural History In an exciting development for the everchanging field of evolutionary biology, Assistant Professor Zachary Calamari, PhD, of Baruch College’s Department of Natural Sciences unveiled a captivating exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. Titled Mammals with Headgear, the exhibit … Continue reading Mammal Mysteries in the Heart of NYC

Farewell to Dean Huss

On the last day of 2022, H. Fenwick Huss, PhD retired as Willem Kooyker Dean of the Zicklin School of Business. During his eight-and-a-half years of leadership, he presided over crucial updates of undergraduate and MBA curricula, extended the Zicklin School’s reach through international dual-degree programs, and oversaw the launch of the Master of Science … Continue reading Farewell to Dean Huss

A Clear Path to Baruch–and Beyond

The Baruch Business Academy Creates a New Pipeline for CUNY Students Launched last fall, the Baruch Business Academy was designed to create a more seamless transition to Baruch for students from partner CUNY community colleges. But as administrators have noted, it’s about more than just easing students into life at Baruch—it’s about making sure they … Continue reading A Clear Path to Baruch–and Beyond

Write On, Grace Schulman!

Acclaimed Poet, Professor Retires from Baruch This past November, Baruch bid a fond farewell to Distinguished Professor of English and award-winning poet Grace Schulman, PhD, upon her retirement from the College. Dr. Schulman’s send-off also served as a celebration of her ninth book and eighth volume of poetry, Again, The Dawn: New and Selected Poems, … Continue reading Write On, Grace Schulman!

Bearcats Take a Bite Out of Hunger 

Baruch students who face food insecurity now have a free resource right on campus.  The Bearcat Food Pantry—made possible with the generous support of the Carroll and Milton Petrie Foundation—opened last semester and provides healthy, nutritious food options for students. The Petrie Foundation initially contributed $30,000 to the project and plans to fund about $10,000 … Continue reading Bearcats Take a Bite Out of Hunger 

Quantifying Baruch’s Financial Engineering 

Baruch’s Master of Financial Engineering (MFE) program is on a winning streak.  For the third year in a row, QuantNet— whose MFE program rankings are eagerly awaited by the quantitative finance community—rated Baruch’s program number one in the United States, topping rival schools including Princeton, UC Berkeley, and Carnegie Mellon. Though many of these universities … Continue reading Quantifying Baruch’s Financial Engineering