For Steven Raga (MPA ’15), politics is local—literally. He has spent the majority of his career working for nonprofits, advocating for his community in Queens, NY, where he was born and raised. But now he’s experiencing politics from a different perspective: He was elected to serve in the New York State Assembly, representing parts of … Continue reading Political Trailblazer
For Quamid Francis (’17), service to others has always been his north star. He has volunteered with organizations such as Best Buddies, the Ronald McDonald House, and Habitat for Humanity. He also joined the Marine Corps, serving in the war in Afghanistan and later working directly with communities in the Philippines and Japan as part … Continue reading Service Above Self: Quamid Francis (’17)
Baruch students continue to earn top honors and prestigious awards, from study-abroad opportunities to influential research grants. Two Baruch students were named to National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates (NSF REU), a program that supports active and meaningful undergraduate participation in new or current NSF research initiatives. Amiyah Young (’23) and Alexandra Acevedo (’23) … Continue reading Global Scholars, Standout Researchers, and More: Another Successful Year for Baruch Students
Yuh-Line Niou (MPA '11) knows a secret about government: It enables every citizen to make a difference. Read more about this energetic assemblymember.
Charles Hwang (MBA ’15) was eager to land a job in forensic accounting, but he had one crucial question: How do I break through? The answer came courtesy of the Executives on Campus (EOC) program, a popular Baruch initiative—now in its 15th year—in which students are mentored by experienced professionals.
Early in her career, while working in marketing communications strategy, Nneka Norville (MPA ’06) first discovered the growing field of corporate-social-responsibility, and she challenged herself to learn more.
Last March Barack Obama was the first U.S. president to visit Cuba in nearly 90 years. Not long ago, his history-making, three-day visit—the culmination of the diplomatic opening announced by him and Cuban President Raúl Castro in 2014—would have been unthinkable. Is President Obama in the vanguard? Yes, but Baruch College was ahead of him. … Continue reading
Mariah Schuknecht (MBA '14) talks about her career at the Clinton Foundation and how her Baruch experience helped her achieve her professional goals
Alicia Perez-Katz (MSEd '06) is currently serving as a Principal Ambassador Fellow in Washington, DC. This unique fellowship, founded in 2013, brings local principals to our nation's capital for one year, allowing them to work alongside the U.S. Secretary of Education and other top officials to contribute to the national dialogue on public education.
Prepares students for leadership roles in colleges and universities, especially in these changing times