TEDx Gramercy at Baruch

Saturday March 10th brought a special treat to the Engleman Recital Hall here at Baruch  College. Costa Michailidis (a Baruch alumnus), Katie Tracy, and  their team (TEDxGramercy), put together a morning of presentations to Upgrade Your World. Local communities of doers and thought-leaders independently organize TEDx events.  TED simply lends the name and offers some … Continue reading

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Gaming Sustainability

by Helen Serebin, MBA Operations Management & Sustainability 2012 A day after everything was red for Valentine’s Day, on February 15th a panel talked about greening the world through ‘gamification.’ Green Gamification: Combining Social Media & Game Mechanics to Promote Sustainability presented by the Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity and co-sponsored by one of … 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

EOC: The JAR Group — Starting a Startup

November 1st, 2011. The 14th floor of  VC saw Hide Harashima and AJ Lawrence come to campus to speak about their experience on the front lines of the start-up world.  The MPA club and the Zicklin Media & Entertainment Club hosted the event that was organized by the Executives on Campus (EOC) Job$mart project. Hide … Continue reading

A Box That Gave Rise to Globalization

NYT | Keith Tantlinger, Builder of Cargo Container, Dies at 92 Nearly six decades ago, Keith W. Tantlinger built a box — or, more accurately, the corners of a box. It was a seemingly small invention, but a vital one: it set in motion a chain of events that changed the way people buy and … Continue reading

Baruch Student/Entrepreneur Adds a Little Kick to Autism Awareness

Graduate school is hard enough by itself let alone adding a full or part-time job into the equation. However, many of our classmates take on even bigger challenges. David Rosenberg is a current Baruch MBA student, a local entrepreneur, and an advocate for children with special needs. Together with his wife Stephanie, David opened a … Continue reading