Baruch College - Notable Faculty

Notable Faculty

  • John H. Wahlert – Professor and Chair of natural sciences, Resource Faculty member of the New York Consortium in Evolutionary Primatology and Director, American Museum of Natural History, [Mammal and Vertebrate Paleontologist
  • David Aronson – professor of finance. practitioner and proponent of objective Technical Analysis.
  • Joel Brind – professor of biology. scientific advocate of the abortion – breast cancer hypothesis.
  • Abraham Korman – distinguished professor of Management, recognized for contributions to theory of motivation and survey of antisemitism in the USA.
  • Robert J. Myers – professor of communication and the Executive Director of the Association for Business Communication 1994–2007.
  • Yoshihiro Tsurumi – professor of international business. scholar in multinational business strategy and national competitiveness
  • Donna Shalala – Secretary of Health and Human Services under the Clinton Administration. Taught politics at Baruch in the 1970s
  • Ervand Abrahamian – The City University Distinguished Professor of History, expert on Middle Eastern affairs.
  • Harry Markowitz – Professor of Finance, recipient of Nobel Prize in Economics (1990).
  • Juan Jose Lázaro Sr. – Accused of spying for the Russians under deep cover inside the United States.
  • Mario Cuomo – former 3-term Governor of New York State. Taught a public affairs seminar in the fall of 2008.
  • Sanders Korenman - Senior Economist for labor, welfare, and education for President Clinton’s Council of Economic Advisers. Faculty in the School of Public Affairs since 1996.
  • Vera Haller - Professor of Journalism, former Editor in Chief of AM New York.
  • Douglas Muzzio - Professor of Public Affairs - A specialist in American public opinion, voting behavior and city politics and host of a public affairs program, “City Talk,” on CUNY TV.

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