• Professor Schepers Recognized as a Thought Leader in Trustworthy Business Behavior
• Baruch Hosts Ethics Week 2013
• Baruch All-Hands Meeting Scheduled January 18
• Women's Swimming Win CUNYAC Regular Season Championship, Defeats John Jay
• Women's Basketball Suffers First Loss of Season, Lose at DeSales
• Men's & Women's Volleyball Teams to Host Alumni Night on April 6 vs Stevens & York (Senior Day)
• Men's Basketball Tops Lehman
• Women's Basketball Dominates Boards to Defeat Lehman
Baruch Performing Arts Center Events
• Jan. 18-20: Poor Dog Group presents The Murder Ballad (1938)
• Jan. 25: Family Business Mastermind Group
•Feb. 08: The 5th Annual Symposium on Sustainable Business – Profits and Politics
• Feb. 21-22: 10th Annual Equity Market Microstructure Workshop, Subotnick Financial Services Center
Professor Schepers Recognized as a Thought Leader in Trustworthy Business Behavior
Donald H. Schepers, PhD., Associate Dean of the Zicklin School of Business and Professor of Management at Baruch College has been named by Trust Across America (TAA) as one of 2013's Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior. According to TAA, the people selected collectively represent a group that can genuinely transform the way organizations do business.
Dr. Schepers was recognized for his extensive work when he served as Director of the Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity, which serves as a forum for discussion of a broad range of contemporary issues confronting U.S. corporations and capital markets including transparency of corporate reporting, corporate governance, examining legal and ethical corporate behavior, spotlighting executive accountability, corporate responsibility in global business development, risk assessment and amelioration, resolving conflicting corporate stakeholder interests, and evaluating the role of governmental regulation. In fall 2012, Schepers was appointed Associate Dean of the Zicklin School of Business. Read more.
Baruch All-Hands Meeting Scheduled January 18
Baruch staff are asked to meet in Mason Hall, in the 17 Lexington Building, from 10 a.m. to noon to learn about the College’s Strategic Plan, 2013-2018. College offices will suspend operations during that period to allow all staff to participate.
President Mitchel Wallerstein will address the College Community and discuss Baruch’s Strategic Plan, 2013-2018, which will guide the College’s efforts for the next five years. The plan sketches a variety of efforts that include enhancing the student experience at Baruch through new recruitment efforts, exchange programs and curricular innovations. The plan also sets achievable goals for online education and executive programs for senior professionals. It also renews Baruch’s commitment to engage effectively with the communities in New York City.
Baruch Hosts Ethics Week 2013
Ethics Week 2013 at Baruch College will take place from March 18-23. All subjects that relate to ethics are appropriate, but this year the Provost’s Office hopes that issues of academic integrity will be a significant focus.
Faculty members are being asked to consider organizing class time around issues of ethics, especially as they relate to your subject or discipline or to academic integrity more generally. (Each school has adopted learning goals in ethical awareness or ethical decision making.)
Faculty are also encouraged to work with the Provost’s Office to invite distinguished guests to speak to our community during Ethics Week either in an event open to all or just to their class. Modest stipends for a small number of speakers are available to those who act quickly.
The Abraham J. Briloff Prizes in Ethics will be awarded during Ethics Week 2013. For more information, contact Dennis Slavin, Associate Provost and Assistant Vice President at (646)660-6504 or email@example.com
Women's Swimming Win CUNYAC Regular Season Championship, Defeats John Jay
The women’s swimming team defeated the Bloodhounds of John Jay College of Criminal Justice, 61-29, in a CUNYAC road meet on Friday night in uptown New York City. Learn more.
Women's Basketball Suffers First Loss of Season, Lose at DeSales
The women's basketball team saw a valiant second-half comeback fall short to suffer their first defeat, 59-54, in a non-conference contest against DeSales University on Monday night in Center Valley, Pennsylvania. Learn more.
Men's & Women's Volleyball Teams to Host Alumni Night on April 6 vs Stevens & York (Senior Day)
All former Baruch volleyball players are invited! Learn more.
Men's Basketball Tops Lehman
The men’s basketball team led from start to finish en route to a 78-69 CUNYAC home victory over the Lightning of Lehman College on Wednesday night in the ARC Arena. Learn more.
Women's Basketball Dominates Boards to Defeat Lehman
The women’s basketball team defeated the Lightning of Lehman College, 64-39, in a CUNYAC home contest played on Wednesday night in the ARC Arena. Learn more.
Baruch Performing Arts Center Events
Poor Dog Group presents The Murder Ballad (1938), January 18, at 8 p.m.; January 19 @ 11 a.m. & 10 p.m.; and January 20 @ 11 a.m., Baruch Performing Arts Center
With a murky mix of desire, jealousy and emancipatory yearning, Poor Dog Group's latest movement-based work gives forceful physical life to Jelly Roll Morton's legendary 1938 recording. Originally performed in the brothels of New Orleans’ steamy Storyville District, Morton’s song revels in the nastiness of its heroine’s voice, whose feral physical energy lays claim to the violent impulses of a woman betrayed. Free admission. For more information, click here.
Jan. 25, 9 a.m., Family Business Mastermind Group
Room 2-140, Newman Vertical Campus
The Family Business Mastermind Program provides an “inner circle” group of peers that face similar pressures, challenges, and concerns of running a successful family business. The peer-to-peer mastermind approach provides significant and measurable value to people in family businesses, as it speaks directly to the challenges of family enterprises and how the complexities of growth, transition and leadership are impacted. To RSVP or ask questions about the program contact Rick Raymond at 646-594-5587 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more.
Feb. 8, 9 a.m., The 5th Annual Symposium on Sustainable Business – Profits and Politics
The increasingly complex national and international political landscape, mounting evidence of climate change, human rights and social issues, and an uncertain economic environment all pose real challenges to would-be sustainable corporations. This year's Symposium will examine how multinational corporations are attempting to overcome these challenges. The Symposium will explore ESG, the acronym which describes the three areas of focus used - environment, social and governance - when measuring and reporting on business sustainability and corporate social responsibility. Learn more.
Feb. 21-22, 8:15 a.m., 10th Annual Equity Market Microstructure Workshop, Subotnick Financial Services Center, Information & Technology Building
In this workshop participants will examine the principles of trading and market structure, which will be a catalyst for introducing course materials into university economics, finance, IT, financial engineering, and other business programs. Learn more.