Baruch College Ranked In the Aspen Institute’s Global 100
Zicklin’s Full-Time MBA has once again been ranked in the Beyond Grey Pinstripes Global 100, a biennial survey and alternative ranking of business schools from the Aspen Institute. The survey spotlights innovative full-time MBA programs that successfully integrate social, environmental and ethical issues into the MBA curriculum and faculty research. For 2009-2010 Baruch College ranked #65 in the world. Among US full-time MBA programs, Baruch is in the top 20 in the category of students' access to courses and activities in this growing area. Beyond Grey Pinstripes is a program of the Aspen Institute, an organization dedicated to fostering value-based leadership across all sectors of society. Baruch’s first entry into the Global 100 was in the prior survey year, 2007-2008.
US News & World Report Ranks Baruch College Among The Best In The Nation
US News & World Report Ranks Baruch College Among The Best In The Nation Baruch College has earned a 2010 gold badge as one of the best colleges nationwide from America’s Best Colleges, 2010 Edition, published by U.S. News & World Report magazine. In the just-released report Baruch took honors in several categories. The magazine, which assesses schools regionally, ranked Baruch College at #36 overall in its list of best master-degree granting institutions in the north, and #6 among best master-degree granting public colleges in the region. Read more…
Zicklin OUTSource Wins First Place in Case Study Competition
On Oct. 17, Zicklin MBA students and founders of the new club Zicklin OUTSource won first place in the annual case study competition at the 2009 Reaching Out LGBT MBA Conference (ROMBA). The conference marked the first official activity for Zicklin OUTSource, the Baruch graduate organization for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) students and allies. Held in Atlanta, Ga., the event drew over 1000 students from top MBA programs around the country and sixteen qualifying teams for the case study competition. Zicklin’s first-place finish placed the school ahead of Harvard Business School and Columbia Business School, which took home second and third place, respectively. See their presentation