Profiles

What’s Cooking?

What’s Cooking?

Old World Jewish Specialties Reinvented

04/07/2014  |  No Comments

Recognized by Forbes magazine in its "30 Under 30" list, Zicklin MBA candidate Elizabeth Alpern is an up-and-coming entrepreneur in the world of artisanal foods ...

Retirement Not for Him

Retirement Not for Him

Nonagenarian Leo Helzel (’38) Loves Work and Life

12/02/2013  |  No Comments

“Work is still interesting. I like what I do. Why change?” says the 96-year-old alumnus ...

Pedaling the Message

Pedaling the Message

Robin Koval (MBA ’83)

11/26/2013  |  No Comments

Learn why this MBA in advertising says her personal/professional catchphrase is "Be Nice" ...

Muffin Ventured, Muffin Gained

Muffin Ventured, Muffin Gained

Robin Koval (MBA ’83) on Taking Risks, Hanging Tough, and Playing Nice

12/02/2013  |  No Comments

This alumna advises us all to combine essential “nice” skills with a healthy dose of grit. In her experience, being gutsy, resilient, and tenacious is the real secret of success ...

Student Is Letter-Perfect on Wheel of Fortune: Krystiana Pironti (’14)

Student Is Letter-Perfect on Wheel of Fortune: Krystiana Pironti (’14)

12/02/2013  |  No Comments

Undergraduate spins letters into gold on recent episode of long-time, favorite game show ...

Broadening Students’ Digital Horizons

Broadening Students’ Digital Horizons

Public Affairs Lecturer Joyce Sullivan (MBA ’84)

12/02/2013  |  No Comments

100% Online: Former banker, social media pro, and Public Affairs lecturer teaches innovative course ...

Self-Directed: Filmmaker Kalechi Noel (’08)

Self-Directed: Filmmaker Kalechi Noel (’08)

12/02/2013  |  No Comments

A Baruch filmmaker pursues his longtime dream ...

Opening Lines of Communication

Opening Lines of Communication

Cathy Avgiris (’80), Comcast Cable Executive VP and CFO

12/02/2013  |  No Comments

She joined the company in 1992 as a regional VP of finance and has since played a key role in Comcast's evolution from a cable company to a media and technology powerhouse. ...

Philanthropist Larry Zicklin (’57) Reflects

Philanthropist Larry Zicklin (’57) Reflects

15th Anniversary Q&A

10/18/2013  |  No Comments

In 1998 this alumnus added his signature—his name—to Baruch College and its dreams. Now the face of the Zicklin School of Business, Larry Zicklin sat down with BCAM to share some of his reflections on that time and this ...

On the 15th Anniversary of the Naming of the Zicklin and Weissman Schools

On the 15th Anniversary of the Naming of the Zicklin and Weissman Schools

An Interview with Matthew Goldstein

11/08/2013  |  No Comments

Learn why past Baruch President and CUNY Chancellor Emeritus says, “It wasn’t until George Weissman and Larry Zicklin made their significant eight-figure gifts that people started paying attention to Baruch” ...

‘The Voice’ on Campus

‘The Voice’ on Campus

Cáthia aka Baruch's Catherine Ochoa (’16)

12/02/2013  |  No Comments

Student singing sensation returns to the classroom to complete her degree ...

Capital Grains

Capital Grains

Samantha Stephens (’05) and OatMeals

05/24/2013  |  No Comments

This alumna has found a recipe for success, and a humble grain—oatmeal—is its key ingredient ...

At Home in the UN and World

At Home in the UN and World

Tun Lin Htet (’05)

05/28/2013  |  No Comments

This young alumnus says he's "really a cross-cultural kid" ...

Meeting with President Obama

Meeting with President Obama

Cristina Jiménez (MPA ’11), a Voice for Immigration Reform

05/24/2013  |  No Comments

Bernard Baruch—class of 1889—is not the only graduate of the College to advise U.S. presidents. SPA alumna Christina Jiménez (MPA ’11) joins that select group ...

Social Network Fetches Praise

Social Network Fetches Praise

05/15/2013  |  No Comments

Check-out this dog-eared article: Entrepreneur Michael Chiang (’11) creates MatchPuppy, a website for dog owners ...