Left to Right: Scott Newbert, Academic Director, Lawrence N. Field Center for Entrepreneurship, Lisa Field, Robyn Field (Field Family Members), Larry Zicklin (BBA, ’71), Anthony O’Carroll (Field Family Member), and Marlene Leekang, Executive Director, Lawrence N. Field Center for Entrepreneurship

Following a generous gift from Lawrence N. Field (BBA, ’52) in 1998, Baruch College’s Small Business Lab was expanded and renamed the Lawrence N. Field Center for Entrepreneurship. Today, the Field Center provides a comprehensive, contemporary, integrated set of educational and support services to current and aspiring entrepreneurs within the New York City entrepreneurial ecosystem. In so doing, our faculty and staff seek to cultivate the creativity and enrich the futures of all those we serve.

STUDY

The Field Center seeks to help people live more meaningful lives by teaching them how to see and take advantage of opportunities where others do not.

EXPLORE

The Field Center provides co-curricular programming opportunities for students, staff, and faculty interested in engaging further with the entrepreneurial community.

RESEARCH

The Field Center faculty seek to explore current issues facing entrepreneurs and analyze them with rigorous scientific methods.

Practice

at CUNY Startups, our mission is to dramatically improve the economic mobility of CUNY students through entrepreneurship while stimulating business growth and economic development in New York City

Build

Baruch’s MAKER HUB. Learn, make, and play through robotics, circuit technology, 3D printing, as well as low-tech creative methods and tools.

GROW

Baruch College hosts the Midtown Manhattan branch of the New York State Small Business Development Center, one of 24 campus-based regional centers.

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Scott Newbert

Academic Director,
Field Programs in Entrepreneurship

Marlene Leekang

Executive Director,
Field Center

Remy Arteaga

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR,
CUNY STARTUPS

Ulas Neftci

REGIONAL DIRECTOR,
BARUCH SBDC

The Field Center for Entrepreneurship’s redesign of the physical space brought innovation, collaboration, and entrepreneurial activities to the forefront of the Center’s programming. Check out the transformation over the 4 month process.

The Field Center for Entrepreneurship kicked-off a new era of programming and service to students and the entrepreneurial community with a rededication and  ribbon-cutting ceremony unveiling the newly designed Center.

for additional information, please contact us by email or phone

Phone:  646 – 312 – 4790

55 Lexington Avenue,   Suite 2-140,   New York, NY 10010

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