Teaching Job Creation at Baruch

I spent time with my family over the long weekend, and was surprised to hear them talk about their frustrations with the current leadership in the American government. I am so tired of hearing people complain, but not be part of the solution. So, what can we as graduate students at Baruch do to be … Continue reading

ASCE & ULI Panel –The Promise of P3 Project Delivery

P3s (private-public partnerships) have made news lately as a possible model for funding infrastructure improvements.  The concept has piqued interest of politicians and investors alike as being a silver-bullet solution for one of our nation’s intractable woes.  How do we provide the efficient energy and transport infrastructure that our economy requires and our citizenry demands … Continue reading

After Hours at Zicklin — Session I

“In Vino Veritas,” was the toast that kicked of the inaugural session of the After-Hours Sessions at Zicklin.   Cavatappo served 14  venturous (and thirsty) Zicklineers seeking to create connections to fellow graduate students.  The first order of business . . . vino and nosh and of course introductions.   In addition to refreshment after classes, the … Continue reading