Monday, August 29th will not have classes but the College will be open.
Conversation with Dean Elliot about the Academic Excellence Fee.has been edited and almost ready for show time. Keep an eyeremains in the news. Lemuel Morrison, MBA 2012, met with Dean Elliot to discuss the fee and to get some facts. The Baruch technical center videotaped the session. You will be able find the edited version through the Graduate Baruchian soon.
Upcoming Events . . .
August 29, 6 pm: Newman Vertical Campus, Suite 2-140, 55 Lexington Ave
This seminar will focus on one of the most challenging issues for entrepreneurs: The company’s core value proposition. A framework that will enable you to build your core value proposition will be presented step by step. Specific challenges common to the development of a core value proposition will be reviewed and addressed. More info
September 7th, 3:30-5:30 pm: Barfly Bar & Grill 244 Third Avenue
This seminar was created by the Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity to ensure accountability now that corporations have a new-found freedom to enter the political fray at all levels and all branches with unknown consequences.
On September 15, witness the release of the BARUCH INDEX and participate in an informative debate on corporate political disclosure by thought leaders in the political, corporate and academic sectors
September 20th, 1-2 pm: VC 14-245 EOC Job$mart Career Hour
Baruch-Executives on Campus’ Job$mart Career Hour Program along with the Baruch Accounting Society will be hosting two HSBC executives, Mark Martinelli, C.P.A., Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Auditor, HSBC North America Holdings Inc., Chief Auditor, HSBC Bank USA, N.A. and Patrick A. Cozza, Senior Executive Vice President,HSBC InsuranceCEO and Regional HeadHSBC Insurance North America.EOC Website: www.baruch.cuny.edu/eoc.
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