The semester’s first graduate social will be tonight on the 14th floor. Come join your fellow students for light nosh and a few drinks. You MUST have your Baruch ID and state-issued ID (e.g. passport, driver’s license).
You will also the opportunity to offer your opinion about the Academic Excellence Fee. Your thoughts counts. Share. The GSA will gather them and present to the Deans.
A student lounge open to ALL graduate students is now open on the third floor — NVC 3257. It’s stark and needs a warm touch. Send comments and contributions to the GSA.
There are open positions on the GSA. The application cutoff will the social. Contact Leon Fischman if you are interested.
Baruch Behind the Scense. REPRESENT YOUR CLASSMATES – HAVE A VOTE ON IMPORTANT COLLEGE ISSUES. Here is your chance to get involved in Baruch behind-the-scenes and have an inside ear and serious impact on how the college determines things like the Academic Excellence Fee, graduate curriculums, and Faculty hiring-and-firing.
Want to know more? Check out this link for a list of all committees, their schedules, and their descriptions: http://bit.ly/qy8ziI Be sure to e-mail Emily Rotella at for more info and to get involved!!
The Baruch Index of Corporate Political Disclosure was created by the Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity to ensure accountability now that corporations have this political freedom of speech. The Baruch Index highlights those corporations that are transparent about their policies, practices, and giving, and shines a light on those that are not.
September 15th, 7:30-10 pm NVC 14-220
September 15th, 9pm: Revival Bar 129 East 15th (2nd floor)
Food policy and action – want to learn more? Join us as we explore the topics of nutrition and obesity, sustainability, food justice and security, food-related social enterprise, urban agriculture, and more!
“Bringing Baruch to the table on food policy issues”
Our Mission: To bring together graduate students who are passionate about food issues, and to expose Baruch students to pertinent topics in food policy. We seek to create awareness through events from speaker panels and roundtable discussions to volunteer outings and local/urban food tourism activities.
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.
Join our panel of experts, Jon Dickinson, Bruce Kahn, David Kooris & Chris Zeppie, to review the current state of climate change research and preparation in NYC and other urban centers. We will explore the issues of infrastructure, environmental and economic changes, and discuss tools to develop adaptation strategies and recommendations on how to achieve an effective climate resilience program.
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