SASB Unifies Accounting and Sustainability

Max Platoff, Sustainable Business Club, ’15 Early morning on a recent Friday, while most of my graduate classmates are contentedly dozing, our group streams into the expansive meeting room on Bloomberg’s 6th floor. Organized by the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB), the event marks the 4th release in an ambitious series of reports that will eventually provide … Continue reading

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The Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity: A Q & A with Associate Director Matt LePere

by Dan Boardman ’14, Zicklin School of Business After eight years at the Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity, Associate Director Matt LePere answers questions and shares his thoughts on American debate and special programs at Baruch.   Matthew, thank you so much for taking the time to talk about your work and that of the Center. For those … Continue reading

Zicklin Leadership Series — Owh Kian Ong

The first series of the semester borough Owh Kian Ohn to the 7th floor. Mr. Ong serves as the Vic President for Marketing and Refining.  He earned his MBA from the Harvard Business School and his bachelor’s degree from Baruch College in accounting. Mr. Ong introduced himself though a secret story from his undergrad days … Continue reading

Secrets of the Temple

by Thomas Cleary As a new student of Baruch and the Zicklin School, I am constantly figuring things out on the fly.  Some troubling complications can be as simple as knowing which way your card faces as you slide it through the reader at the turnstile. (picture away from you).  Or the vertical campus elevators … Continue reading

The New Image of Baruch?

November 28th, 2011. We were warned in our first class of b-school that would come to pass.  Cynicism. The bright-eyed eager students in MKT 9703 couldn’t believe it would happen to them.  Well, as I walked out the library today into a phlanx of 50+ (yes I counted) of New York’s finest, it dawned on … Continue reading

Job Search 2011: What Do You Do When OCR Is A Bust?

by Emily McMillen, MBA Accounting 2012 Recruitment season is drawing to a close. For the lucky few, internships and full-time offers at public accounting firms have been obtained and futures are looking bright. However, for the majority out there, you got zip. The big 4 didn’t want you and because you blew off the interview with … Continue reading

GSA Weekly Newsletter – Nov 7

  Your weekly GSA newsletter. Welcome to Week 10!   Header image courtesy of Lem Morrison News . . . Do not miss the opportunity too be photographed for the 2012 Lexicon Yearbook Senior portraits for the class of 2012 will be taken Monday, Nov 7th to Friday, Nov 11th and Monday Nov 14th to … Continue reading

GSA Weekly Newsletter Oct 31st

Your weekly GSA newsletter. Week 9! Happy Halloween! Header image courtesy of nyc10best.com News . . . Do not miss the opportunity too be photographed for the 2012 Lexicon Yearbook Senior portraits for the class of 2012 will be taken Monday, Nov 7th to Friday, Nov 11th and Monday Nov 14th to friday Nov 18th … Continue reading

ZGAS Presents: The Annual Mid-Size Accounting Panel

by Nicholas Maris, MBA, Accounting, 2013 and Emily McMillen, MBA, Accounting, 2012 Wednesday, October 5th, the Zicklin Graduate Accounting Society hosted their annual mid-size accounting panel. This event provides Zicklin students the opportunity to learn more about mid-size accounting firms and network with professionals in the indhey ustry. This year, the panel consisted of: Stephen Mazzotti … Continue reading

ZGAS presents: Grant Thornton

by Emily McMillen, MBA, Accounting, 2012 Tuesday afternoon, Grant Thornton joined Zicklin students for an infomation session of a different character. Instead if the traditional suit a tie, Grant Thornton employees looked out at a sea of jeans and grey shirts featuring the GT logo and their motto: “Every day I make a difference.” What … Continue reading