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  • Baruch College Celebrates Black History Month

    January 24, 2006 | Baruch College

    Baruch College will celebrate Black History Month with a rich program of film, history, poetry and discussion that begins on February 1 and continues throughout the month. Highlights include: “America Beyond the Color Line,” a film and discussion with a close look at the Southern cities–Atlanta, Birmingham, Memphis–that gave rise to the Civil Rights movement […]

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  • The Rebuilding of New Orleans: Are There New York Precedents?

    December 1, 2005 | Baruch College

    A Symposium on Real Estate and Urban Vision At Baruch College, Tuesday, Dec. 6, at 5:30 pm WHAT: A symposium on the economic, political and planning issues confronting New Orleans as it begins the process of rebuilding. Can New Orleans learn key lessons from New York’s post 9/11 experience? Sponsors: The Newman Real Estate Programs, […]

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  • Who Will Hold The Second Most Powerful Job In City Government?

    November 17, 2005 | Baruch College

    Baruch Hosts Forum Featuring Seven Candidates For City Council Speaker Seven candidates for City Council Speaker will meet in debate at Baruch College’s School of Public Affairs on Thursday, November 17th, from 6 to 8 pm. Leroy Comrie Jr., Melinda Katz and David Weprin from Queens; Bill de Blasio and Lewis Fidler from Brooklyn; Christine […]

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  • The Role of the Judiciary and the Rule of Law

    November 14, 2005 | Baruch College

    “The Role of the Judiciary and the Rule of Law” A Panel of Legal Experts at Baruch College Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2005 WHAT: The Lillie & Nathan Ackerman Lecture Series on Equality & Justice in America presents a forum on “The Role of the Judiciary and the Rule or Law,” examining the role of the […]

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  • DONALD H. SMITH DISTINGUISHED LECTURE

    November 11, 2005 | Baruch College

    NEW YORK, November 10, 2005 – Noted political scientist and author Dr. Ronald W. Walters will give the tenth annual Donald H. Smith Distinguished Lecture entitled: “Is Freedom Enough?” on November 16, at Baruch College. “In my lecture, I will examine why the tremendous progress we have made with voting has not resulted in the […]

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  • Baruch College Student Awarded $10,000 Doctoral Scholarship By KPMG Foundation

    November 2, 2005 | Baruch College

    NEW YORK, November 2, 2005 – Elisabeth Peltier, a doctoral candidate in Baruch College’s Stan Ross Department of Accountancy, is one of ten recipients of KPMG Foundation’s Minority Accounting Doctoral scholarship for the 2005-2006 academic year. KPMG LLP, considered one of the “Big Four” companies in the auditing industry, funds the scholarships through annual donations. […]

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