International Women’s Day 2013

By  Alex Vilchynskaya To celebrate this year’s International Women’s Day graduate student club Zicklin Women in Business welcomed students and guests to its 4th Annual IWD Luncheon event at Baruch College. The topic of this year’s luncheon was “Pathways to success (through the glass ceiling?)”. As it already became a tradition, graduate students gathered at … Continue reading

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Networking at STIX

By Papa Baffour-Awuah and Peter Hlinka Last month the Association for International Business (AIB) hosted a Business Networking Cocktail for Baruch’s alumni and graduate communities at STIX Mediterranean Grill on 23rd street. The event began at 7:30pm and lasted until 10:30pm, and had well over 60 in attendance. Even with the uncooperative weather several alumni … Continue reading

Edel-folk: Site Visit to Edelman

By Karen Shulman On March 15, 2013, a group of over twenty Zicklin MBA students went on a site visit to Edelman’s New York office, headquarters to the world’s largest independent public relations firm. Daniel Boardman (MBA ’14) and Natalia Charles (MBA ’14) of the Association for International Business (AIB), a Zicklin graduate club, and … Continue reading

1st Place in Santander Global Awareness Awards

Exchange to Extraordinary – International Education at Baruch By Daniel Boardman & Jiewen Yin Thursday, November 29 – Zicklin School of Business’s Association for International Business (AIB), a graduate student organization, was recognized by a board of judges led by Professor Richard Mitten at the awards ceremony for the Sovereign Bank/Santander Universities Global Awareness Competition. International … Continue reading

Finance Industry Panel Informs

By Takuya Oka and Daniel Boardman Wednesday, November 7 – Graduate student organization, Zicklin School of Business’s Association for International Business (AIB) hosted a Careers in Finance Speaker Panel event featuring leading professionals in global finance. With transportation still disrupted after Hurricane Sandy, the early morning event drew a crowd of students eagerly seeking their … Continue reading

Baruch Pays Airfare for Students Interning Abroad

Visualize the streets of Spain last week as Spanish youth celebrated España´s Eurocup 2012 victory.  Picture spending summer weekends at Mediterranean beaches and European Museums.   Now imagine that Baruch paid for your plane ticket.  Wishful thinking, a dream, a hoax, you ask. It so no hoax.  It is a dream, come true!  Thanks to the … Continue reading

Going Global

Full House for Job$mart

By Danielle V Hemsley MS Statistics Candidate Geoffrey Milton, Partner at C.I.S. (Capital Investment Solutions) LLC, enlightened students with stories of his decades of global experience in international banking at the last Executives on Campus (EOC) Job$mart event.  Milton shared his knowledge and expertise on emerging markets as he spoke on the topic of Global … Continue reading

Your GSA Newsletter! Week 7 – 3/13

  Your weekly GSA newsletter. Welcome to Week 7!!  Header image courtesy of George Selinksy. News . . . Fast Pitch Competition!  Pitch your best business concept for: Wealth (e-commerce, retailing business services, advertising), Education & Health (classroom collaboration, teaching aids, educational gamification, sports, diagnostics), Enjoyment (social networking, gaming, entertainment of all kinds).  Pitch can … Continue reading

What is your status this Feb 14?

By Nisha Shrestha, MS Quantitative Methods & Modeling Valentine’s Day is finally here. There is no way you missed its pompous arrival. Bright red hearts and fat, cute cupid seem omnipresent. And you definitely got that mail with a “great” valentine deal. To me it was most evident by the big bold sign at the … Continue reading

The Auditing Dilemma of Chinese Companies

The Auditing Dilemma of Chinese Companies by: Michael Wander Seizure of property through physical threats!?  No, it’s not a street mugging!  It’s a $2.4 billion publicly traded company on the NYSE having a spat with their auditor, Deloitte, who happens to have 182,000 employees and revenue of almost $30 billion[1].  Whoever said audit was boring … Continue reading