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

Five (not so obvious) tips for staying healthy while balancing work and grad school

We all know how to stay healthy: eat well, get adequate sleep, and exercise daily. But that advice is for our coworkers and friends who know what it means to have evenings free during the week. What about those of us who are in class, at the library, or conducting research so often that we … Continue reading

J. McLoughlin: A First Class Baruch Gem

By Danielle V Hemsley MS Statistics Candidate “I love to meet mentors and hear why they want to give back and be mentors,” said J. McLoughlin in an interview about the Baruch Executives on Campus (EOC) program. In addition to being a School of Public Affairs graduate student at Baruch, J. McLoughlin also served as … Continue reading

Dresszing for Success

by Danielle V Hemsley, MS Statistics Candidate At the most interactive EOC Job$mart Career Hour I have been to, Susan Sommers founder of Dresszing presented on Presence, Protocol, and Presentation, where she shared her suggestions on how to dress for success.  The workshop was held on April 17, 2012.  Susan began the workshop by rhythmically … Continue reading

International Women’s Day 2012

By Maria Shpokayte Last week on Thursday, March 8th, 2012, graduate student club Zicklin Women in Business (ZWIB) hosted their 3rd annual International Women’s Day event at Baruch College. For the third time in the past three years, a panel of distinguished guests and a large group of graduate students gathered at Baruch College’s Newman … Continue reading

Tried and True Career Success

By Danielle V Hemsley MS Statistics Candidate “We are different students.  We are practical.” Director of Infrastructure at BHR Capital LLC & Baruch MBA Alumni, Jacqueline Gleason said when referring to how Baruch students stand out from private school MBAs.  Gleason followed up with an example of Baruch students winning a competition, full of competitors … Continue reading

When I’m 64: A Business Version of Tuesdays with Morrie

When I’m 64:  A Business Version of Tuesdays with Morrie By Danielle V Hemsley, MS Statistics Candidate Mavin Tolkin’s book, When I’m 64 Planning for the Best of Your Life is an easy read full of Tolkin’s real life stories. Marvin owned the Women’s Lingerie company, Jennifer Dale which was sold at major retailers such … Continue reading

MiniDates — Coming to a Smartphone Near You

You may have noticed a new link to a survey about MiniDates on SurveyPoint.  It’s an exciting new app and a fellow Baruchian is on the front lines of its roll-out.  Here’s what he has to say and be sure to fill out the survey. by Herry Pierre-Louis, MS Computer Information Systems 2013 (expected) This … Continue reading

Mea Culpa and Risktakes

Originally published on Dec 6th, 2010 My head has always been in the clouds.  “Lots of intelligence, ” comforted my avuncular figures.  “Dufus, ” quipped my classmates.    Either way this trait has a some big problems in day-to-day life.  In my first job in New York City, I awoke at 4:30 am to catch the … Continue reading

A Class to Learn How to Maximize Outcomes of Daily Professional Interactions: Negotiation MGMT 9660

Written By: Danielle V Hemsley MS Statistics Candidate Do you want your next business meeting to be more successful?  Looking for a better deal on a used car purchase? Wondering how to deal with that obnoxious co-worker? Still looking for a business elective to take next semester? Lucky for you, the Negotiation, MGMT 9660 class … Continue reading