- Baruch College Student Miguel Guzman Awarded 2011-2012 Fulbright Research Grant
- Executive MPA Student Charles Archer Honored for Leadership Role in Social Service Agency
- SPA and Zicklin Students Sean Chang and Cristina Noboa Named NextGen Leaders in American Humanics Program
- Health Care MBA Students Win Health Administration Case Competition
- Stefan Barone '11: College Has Been An Adventure
- Melida Arias, 17-year-old Baruch College freshman, was chosen to be part of the Yankees HOPE (Helping Others Persevere and Excel) Week program, which recognizes outstanding individuals throughout the country who are overcoming adversity to achieve their goals.
- The City University of New York has announced their picks for the new 2010 roster of award-winning CUNY “All-Star” students. Among them is Zoie Blackwood, a Baruch College student and 2010 Colin Powell Fellow.
- Rattanamol Johal applied to and was accepted at Baruch College sight unseen. Intending to study economics, Rattan mailed in his application, all the way from Chandigath, the capital of Punjab, India on the recommendation of a relative. Find out where he is now.
- Andrea Sorkin, 2010 first-place winner in the social venture track of the Baruch College Merrill Lynch Invitational Entrepreneurship Competition, wants to combine advocacy for people suffering from autoimmune disorders with lip-smacking good eating. Learn more about her venture.
- Angelo Cabrera, MPA student at Baruch College’s School of Public Affairs, was recently awarded the first annual La Union Organization Cuauthil’s award for his leadership and work as president and founder of the Mexican-American Students Alliance (MASA).
- As part of its mission to stimulate and support the emergence of new businesses in New York City, the Lawrence N. Field Center for Entrepreneurship at Baruch College annually hosts a business plan competition for student entrepreneurs. This year’s winners plan to launch a broad range of business ventures -- find out what they include.
- This semester a host of Baruch College students, most but not all from the Zicklin School of Business, have taken part in several prestigious national and international competitions, each designed to identify, cultivate, and reward future corporate and business leaders. Learn about five major competitions that Baruch students took part in.
- Jou-Man Huang ’11 and Giovanna Romero Gil, ’11 have been selected NextGen leaders by the American Humanics Program.
- 5 Baruch Students Illustrate Their Participation in the April 2010 Model Senate Session Project Weekend in Words and Pictures
- Two Baruch students have been awarded a 2010 Jeannette K. Watson Fellowship, the first such awards to Baruch which was invited to join the Fellowship only this past year.
- Eryk Kowalski and Pablo Oliveira were each named Division III All-Americans in an announcement made on Monday by the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA). Get the full details on their accomplishment.
- A Baruch undergraduate student has been chosen to participate in Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer’s prestigious Civic Leaders of Tomorrow Fellowship program for the spring semester. Find out more about this achievement for student Giovanna Romero-Gil.
- Baruch Duo are Honorable Mentions in Caples Student Campaign of the Year Competition
- Baruch College student Stefan Barone ’11, spent January volunteering with Unite for Sight, an NGO dedicated to bringing eye care, including eyeglasses and cataract surgery, to people in Ghana, on Africa’s west coast. Read the full story on Barone.
- This year 12 students from Baruch College’s undergraduate student government participated in the 39th Annual Legislative Conference of the Association of Black, Puerto Rican, and Asian Legislators (ABPRAL) in Albany from February 12th to 14th. Learn more about ABPRAL and the selected students.
Two Baruch College students have been chosen as recipients of the 2009 CUNY Nobel Science Challenge, a CUNY-wide essay competition for undergraduate students. Find out who took home this year's prizes.
This year, some 320 Baruch College students have been IRS-certified as tax preparers through the VITA program. Learn more about VITA.
- Sociology major Amanda Moskowitz was admitted to Teach For America, an organization that works to end educational inequalities. Get more info on her accomplishment
- Baruch College MBA student Emily Rotella has partnered the College with Everybody Wins!, a national literacy and mentoring nonprofit group that brings volunteers to children for weekly one-on-one reading sessions. Find out more about Emily Rotella and Everybody Wins!
- Five Baruch College students have been given the distinguished honor of being named American Humanics Next Generation Leaders as part of the NextGen Nonprofit Leaders program. Learn more about the NexGen program
- For the second time this year, full-time Baruch College MBA students organized a workshop with nearby high school students to discuss financial issues like budgeting, smart credit card usage, investments and insurance. Find out more about the workshop
- Silissa Kenney, journalism major and editor-in-chief of last year's Dollars & Sense, won a best-story writing award at a student journalism conference held in New York. More info on Silissa Kenney
- The Weissman School of Arts and Sciences 2009 Colin Powell Fellows have completed their internships. More info on the 2009 Colin Powell Fellows
- The Athletic Department inducted four individuals into the Baruch College Athletic Hall of Fame: Greg Clerkin (baseball), Len Mitchell (men’s basketball), Jamees Wright (women’s basketball) and Ralph Sirianni (equipment manager). More info on the Athletic Department inductees
- Stacey Korolkova’s honors thesis on Mexican migrants in New York was judged the best senior thesis produced this year by a Macaulay Honors student in all of CUNY. More info on Stacey Korolkova