[dropcap sid="dropcap-1446585320"]H[/dropcap]ousing, jobs, immigration, education, zoning/rezoning, displacement, and gentrification were among the pressing topics Baruch students wanted to know more about during the inaugural Roz Bernstein Reporting Day. In September faculty members Emily Johnson and Gisele Regatao, both of the Department of Journalism and the Writing Professions, led a group of students to Sunset Park, … Continue reading On the Brooklyn Beat
From conception to phenomenal finish, Baruch’s 17-month scholarship campaign has been an endeavor marked by great generosity and good fortune.
Last summer couldn’t have been brighter for Baruch College. In July Money magazine ranked Baruch #1 among the “Best Public Colleges” and #2 for “Best Colleges for Your Money,” behind Princeton University, in its analysis of 711 schools across the country.
The future Allen G. and Mary E. Aaronson Student Center took a major step forward as Baruch College signed a 15-year lease agreement (with an option to renew for an additional 15 years) with the U.S. Post Office for space in its historic building on 23rd Street.
This spring Baruch College’s Sidney Mishkin Gallery shared 40 treasures from the Aldemaro and Ana Romero Collection in the exhibition Self-Taught Art from Latin America and the Caribbean, which ran from April through May.
Fulbright Awards top the list of the most prestigious grants conferred on college graduates. So the announcement that three Baruchians had been selected for U.S. Student Fulbright Awards for 2017–18 was met with great fanfare. It’s the greatest number of Fulbright Student Awards in one competition cycle in Baruch’s history.
Earlier this year, the College welcomed influencers from the worlds of business, government, nonprofits, and the media, whose participation in a variety of forums greatly enriched students’ Baruch experience.
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.
We remember a beloved, longtime accountancy professor with the help of heartfelt testimonials from his students Stephen Bryan (MBA ’90) and Leon Shivamber (’84)