Support for Teaching, Research, and Professional Development
The Marxe School provides faculty and staff with an array of methods to manage their teaching, research, and professional development. Access Curriculum Committee information and important administrative forms below.
The goal of the Curriculum Committee is to address all matters related to course content, development, and revisions and degree programs, including majors/concentrations, and executive certification.
The Committee passes all motions regarding new and revised courses and changes to degree requirements before they are considered by the general faculty.
To make curriculum changes, faculty must submit one or more of the following forms to email@example.com
- Form A: New Undergraduate Course Proposal [PDF]
- Form B: New Graduate Course Proposal [PDF]
- Form C: Proposed Change in Undergraduate Course [PDF]
- Form D: Proposed Change in Graduate Course [PDF]
- Form E: New Program Proposal [PDF]
- Form F: Proposed Change in Program [PDF]
View Baruch College Faculty Handbook suggestions on creating a good syllabus
View Baruch College Faculty Handbook Guidelines for Writing Learning Goals
View the Schwartz Communication Institute’s Very Short Guides on Syllabus and Assignment Design, General Pedagogy, and Assessment
Below you will find a variety of administrative resources including important contacts, links, documents, marketing assets, and forms.
Baruch College, the Austin W. Marxe School of Public and International Affairs, and the City University of New York (CUNY) provide a full range of day-to-day work and professional resources for faculty and staff. Visit the links below for more detailed descriptions of these resources.
The Marxe School’s Office of Academic Programs provides the following support to faculty and staff:
Contact Della Saju, Assistant Director of Academic Programs
Fiscal Issues and Human Resources
Contact Angelina Delgado, Senior Director of Operations and Finance
Room Reservations and Office Support/Supplies
Contact Maria Xique Ramirez, Office of Operations and Finance
Baruch College provides administrative, faculty, research, and technology support to faculty and staff. Services such as college email accounts, Blackboard online instructional support, academic calendars, and schedules are coordinated centrally through the College.
The City University of New York (CUNY) provides resources such as teaching and research support, professional development, policies and procedures, and various recreational and purchasing discounts.