• Baruch College President and U.S. Bureau of the Census Director Open the New York Census Data Research Center at Baruch College

    May 8, 2006 | Baruch College

    Baruch College President Kathleen Waldron and Director of the U.S. Bureau of the Census Charles Louis Kincannon today opened a state-of-the-art facility that provides secure access to Census Bureau microdata for approved research. The New York Census Research Data Center (NYCRDC) is located at Baruch College’s School of Public Affairs (SPA) on East 22nd Street […]

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  • Robert Zicklin Center For Corporate Integrity Holds 5th Annual Financial Reporting Conference

    April 26, 2006 | Baruch College

    Executive compensation, pensions and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act will be on the agenda at the 5th Annual Financial Reporting Conference organized by the Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity at Baruch College. The conference, which takes place on Thursday, May 4, 2006, 8:15 am to 5:15 pm, brings together all major stakeholders in the ongoing quest […]

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    April 24, 2006 | Baruch College

    Felix G. Rohatyn, former Ambassador to France (1997-2000) and longtime chairman of the Municipal Assistance Corporation (Big MAC), will speak on America’s long and complex relationship to Europe and on the rift between the U.S. and France caused by the Iraqi War. Born in Europe, Rohatyn came to the U.S. in 1942 at the age […]

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  • Competition In A Consolidating Environment: Changing Market Structure Around The World

    April 19, 2006 | Baruch College

    With the New York Stock Exchange acquiring Archipelago and NASDAQ absorbing INET, market structures in the past year have undergone dramatic change and the process of consolidation is still continuing. Conference organizer Robert Schwartz, University Distinguished Professor at Baruch College and an international authority on market structure will focus his annual conference to understanding the […]

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  • James J. Yee, Former Chaplain, Guantanamo Bay, To Speak On ‘Religion And The Law’

    April 4, 2006 | Baruch College

    With the country deeply divided on issues of faith and morality, can the separation of church and state be preserved? To what extent can government intervene in the activities of religious organizations? The lillie and Nathan Ackerman lecture series on equality and justice in America will explore religion and the law: the virtue of tolerance […]

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    March 28, 2006 | Baruch College

    April 3 –Top Business Execs Will Judge ‘Ethics Bowl’ Baruch College has enlisted top executives from Citigroup, Con Edison, Goldman Sachs, the Rudin Family Foundation, the CIT Group, Information Technology Management and other firms to act as judges in the ‘Ethics Bowl,’ a tournament in which students will compete to devise ethical solutions to corporate […]

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  • Greater Overall Optimism Among Nonprofit Executives

    March 27, 2006 | Baruch College

    New York, NY, March 24, 2006 — The second Nonprofit Executive Outlook Survey conducted by Baruch College showed somewhat higher levels of optimism among chief executives at more than 100 human service agencies in New York City. But while 69% believed the City was generally headed in the right direction, a substantial portion of respondents […]

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  • NYC Delegation of Educators, School Administrators & Leaders Returned From the DR Alarmed After Learning About the Serious Crisis Afflicting Dominican Education

    March 7, 2006 | Baruch College

    The Dominican Government Is Urged to Do Something About the Quality of Education Being Provided to Dominican Students, Many of Whom Immigrate to the United States with Very Low Level of Literacy in Spanish and Math (March 3, 2006) Bronx, NY — A very important press conference will be held at Hostos Community College on […]

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  • Baruch College Hosts Forum On Domestic Violence

    January 26, 2006 | Baruch College

    A breakfast forum on domestic violence with Public Advocate Betsy Gotbaum, former City Councilmember Ronnie Eldridge, Alisa del Tufo, author of “Behind Closed Doors,” a landmark report on domestic violence issued 13 years ago, and others. The Public Advocate will release a 150-page update of this report with recommendations for dealing with this social plague. […]

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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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