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The Animal Kingdom Goes Corporate

The Animal Kingdom Goes Corporate

New Book by Rudy Waldner ('88) Explores the Corporate Jungle

01/19/2018  |  No Comments

udolf J. Waldner ('88) has enjoyed a successful career in management and marketing, but he's always found time to indulge... ...

A Story of Love (and Accounting)

A Story of Love (and Accounting)

Alumna Reflects on Meeting Husband in the Accounting Society

02/22/2017  |  No Comments

Some people find love in the strangest places. In the case of Baruch alumni Janet (’82) and Wayne Naegele (’82), that unlikely place was the Accounting Society. ...

Painting Faces

Alumna's Memoir Explores the Rise of Women in the Workplace

07/13/2017  |  No Comments

Painting Faces, a memoir by Baruch alumna Frances F. Friedman ('48), explore the rise of women in the workplace - written by a woman who climbed the ladder to lead a major PR firm. ...

Model Citizen

Model Citizen

Alumna Tsvetta Kaleynska (EMPA '15) Shares Her Tips on Pursuing a Varied Career

10/27/2017  |  No Comments

From modeling to social media, television reporting to activism, alumna Tsvetta Kaleynska (EMPA '15) keeps herself busy with a variety of professional and personal pursuits. ...

Risk Taker

Risk Taker

A Chat with James C. Lam ('83), the World's First 'Chief Risk Officer'

10/04/2017  |  No Comments

Hailed as the world’s first ever “Chief Risk Officer,” James C. Lam (’83) is a man of many talents. He was recently recognized in the 2017 NACD Directorship 100 as one of the most influential directors in the boardroom community.  ...

In Memoriam: Robert Silberberg (’55)

11/09/2017  |  No Comments

Longtime advertising and television executive, Robert "Bob" Silberberg (‘55), died peacefully with the same grace and dignity for which he was known, on October 26th, in Boynton Beach, Florida from pancreatic cancer. He was 83. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, uncle, brother and friend. ...

They've Got Rhythm!

They’ve Got Rhythm!

Joe Silberberg ('45) Reflects on Student Singing Group, The Rhythmaires

12/02/2016  |  No Comments

Joe Silberberg ('45) looks back fondly on his student days at Baruch, especially his time in the "Rhythmaires," a student singing... ...

Where Are They Now

Where Are They Now

That's Entertainment: Arthur Indursky (’64) Pioneers Media Law

07/07/2016  |  No Comments

A proud Baruch alumnus, Arthur Indursky has enjoyed a tremendously successful career in entertainment law, helping to pioneer the industry while representing some of the biggest names in pop culture ...

Goodwill Toward Cuba

Student-Athlete Reflects on CUNY 2016 Tour to Island-Nation

07/07/2016  |  No Comments

Justin Starrantino (’16), the captain of Baruch’s men’s soccer team and president of Baruch’s Student Athletic Advisory Committee, represented the College on the 10-day CUNY2Cuba Goodwill Tour last spring. ...

In His Own Words: A Legal Adventure in Cuba

Excerpts from an Essay on His Trip to Cuba by the Hon. Thomas F. Liotti (MPA ’72)

07/07/2016  |  No Comments

A proud Baruch alumnus, the Hon. Thomas F. Liotti shares his experiences from a trip to Cuba he took in February, 2016. ...