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  • Baruch’s School of Public Affairs Scores Second Presidential Management Fellow

    May 10, 2007 | Baruch College

    –Joins Dept. of Interior — National Parks Service as Analyst– May 10—Lori Bianchet (MPA ’07) is not eager to leave her Brooklyn apartment, or New York City —”the non-profit capital of the world”—so soon after graduating from Baruch’s School of Public Affairs this May, but the federal government’s highly selective Presidential Management Fellowship has made […]

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  • Bernard Baruch Dinner Raises Significant Funds for the College

    May 9, 2007 | Baruch College

    May 9, 2007–The elegant Cipriani 42nd Street was the site of this year’s annual Bernard Baruch Dinner, the 18th in the history of Baruch College. The dinner, which attracted 500 guests, raised a record-setting $1.2 million. Besides an occasion to pay tribute to the College’s namesake—Bernard M. Baruch (class of 1889), statesman, financier, and devoted […]

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  • Baruch Music Professor Awarded Grant by Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

    May 7, 2007 | Baruch College

    March 19, 2007—Anne Swartz, a professor of music at Baruch College’s Weissman School of Arts and Sciences, has been awarded a 2007-2008 short-term grant from the Kennan Institute of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars for her original project “Piano Makers in Russia in the Nineteenth Century.” Professor Swartz served as director of graduate […]

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  • Photographs of Early 20th Century Life

    May 7, 2007 | Baruch College

    At the Mishkin Gallery, March 30—April 25, 2007 Though not a photographer himself, Ewing Galloway (1881-1953) compiled one of the largest and most diverse photo archives ever assembled. Revisiting Photography, images from the Galloway archive depicting everyday life and work in the early 20th century, will be on view at Baruch College’s Mishkin Gallery from […]

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  • Baruch’s AIESEC Community Wins Awards for Work Abroad Efforts

    May 7, 2007 | Baruch College

    March 14, 2007— Baruch College’s local community of AIESEC, the international, student-run nonprofit group, won four of the organization’s awards for 2006, including AIESEC’s highest award, the Leading Edge Award. AIESEC, the internationally renowned, student-run internship and exchange program, has been one of the many student organizations that make up Baruch’s student life since 2001. […]

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  • Baruch Psychology Professors Awarded National Science Foundation Grant

    May 7, 2007 | Baruch College

    Three-Year Funding to Create Undergraduate Training Program New York, NY — March 14, 2007—Baruch College Assistant Professor Charles Scherbaum and Associate Professor Kristin Sommer of the Psychology Department were awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation entitled: Basic and Applied Dimensions of Scientific Psychology: Research Experience for Undergraduates at Baruch College. The grant is […]

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  • Baruch College Students Attend National Conference on Nonprofit Management

    May 7, 2007 | Baruch College

    March 8, 2007—Six Baruch College students participated in American Humanics’ 2007 Management Institute (AHMI), nonprofit management educational symposium in January in Washington, DC. The College was represented by academic advisor Barbara Wells, and student participants: Laura Betancur, Elizabeth Diaz, Cynthia Gonzalez, Ronald Allan Lucero, Christianna Morea, and Zbigniew Pecak. American Humanics is a national alliance […]

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  • Baruch Professor Nancy R. Aries Named American Council on Education Fellow

    May 7, 2007 | Baruch College

    March 8, 2007—Nancy R. Aries, Baruch College’s Executive Director of Academic Programs and a professor in the College’s School of Public Affairs, has been named an American Council on Education (ACE) Fellow for academic year 2007-08. Aries is among 39 fellows chosen in the national competition who will be matched with a president or another […]

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  • A Reading and Conversation with Mark Kurlansky

    May 7, 2007 | Baruch College

    Mark Kurlansky, Baruch’s Spring 2007 Sidney Harman Writer-in-Residence, will read and discuss a selection of his work with members of the Baruch community on Tuesday, March 20 at 5:45 pm. The event is free and open to the public, and will take place in Engelman Recital Hall of the Antonowsky Performing Arts Complex, 55 Lexington […]

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  • Nobel Prize Winner for Physiology/Medicine

    May 7, 2007 | Baruch College

    Dr. Paul Nurse, PhD, a Nobel Prize winner and president of Rockefeller University, will speak to the Baruch College Bio-Med Society on Thursday, March 8. Nurse won the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 2001 for his work on the cell cycle. He is an eminent cancer researcher who was formerly the chief executive […]

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