Baruch College President S. David Wu took office on July 1 and was able to leave a positive impression on students, staff and faculty with his efforts in this short time frame.
During this interview, Wu, who came in to replace 10-year Baruch President Mitchel Wallerstein after his retirement this summer, reflected on the start of his time at Baruch and discussed some of his goals for the future.
Wu was confirmed as the college president at theCUNY Board of Trustees meeting on Feb. 3 withs unanimous votes, making him the first Asian American Baruch president.
Before joining the CUNY family, Wu was George Mason University’s provost and executive vice president.
Before Proctortrack, CUNY was considering a system called Proctorio, but later switched to Proctortrack because it was deemed less invasive.