Two Baruch Alumni Named “Influential Leaders” By Business School Accrediting Group AACSB


Two business school alumni of Baruch College are among 100 honorees in the inaugural group of Influential Leaders named today by the Association to Advance College Schools of Business (AACSB), the global accrediting body for business schools.

Francis J. Greenburger ’74 and Lawrence Zicklin ’57 both graduated from Baruch College before the Zicklin School of Business was named in 1998, in recognition of a generous endowment donated by Lawrence and Carol Zicklin. Greenburger and Zicklin each formerly served as Managing Partner and Chairman of Neuberger Berman, an employee-owned investment management firm founded in 1939. Zicklin today continues to serve on the company’s board, while Greenburger is founder and CEO of Time Equities, Inc., a real estate investment, development and management business.

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Baruch College/NY1 News Poll Asks New Yorkers About Mayor, Governor, Pontiff and Trump

Blum-Muzzio2.PNGThe City Poll is conducted in partnership with television station NY1 by Baruch College Survey Research at the School of Public Affairs, under the direction of faculty members Mickey Blum and Doug Muzzio. Since February 2015, the City Poll has surveyed New Yorkers on a variety of topics ranging from satisfaction with city leadership and services to their views on political figures. Continue reading

Baruch College Provides “Best Bang for the Buck” In Northeast Region, Says Washington Monthly, Calling the School an “Urban Gem”

Baruch Moves from #3 to #1

Best Bang for the Buck badgeNEW YORK, NY – August 25, 2014 – In its September/October issue, Washington Monthly says that Baruch College ranks #1 in providing the “Best Bang for the Buck” in the Northeast region of the United States.

In a national news release announcing the new issue, the magazine described Baruch as an “urban gem”:

“Washington Monthly also rates colleges that are doing the best job of helping non-wealthy students attain marketable degrees at affordable prices. Schools that do well on this unique “Best Bang for the Buck” ranking range from well-known flagships like Ohio State and University of Washington-Seattle to urban gems like City University of New York’s Bernard Baruch College to smaller, regional institutions, like historically black Tougaloo College in Mississippi and Berea College in Kentucky. But many brand-name colleges, especially high-priced private schools, fare poorly on the list.” Continue reading