Noah Branman

Adjunct Lecturer of Public Service

Noah Branman is an Adjunct Lecturer at the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service.

Noah is a nonprofit professional with over a decade of experience in the field. Currently he is the Development Associate for Arts and Science in University Development and Alumni Relations at NYU. In his role, Noah is responsible for prospect management, donor stewardship, and general support to the Arts and Science team which is responsible for raising nearly $40 million annual.

Previously, Noah held roles at Sing for Hope, The Posse Foundation, CitiBike, Hillel at Stanford University and Camp Kesem, City Year San Jose/Silicon Valley, and Brandeis University. He has a broad range of experience in program planning and project management, finance and budgeting, recruitment, risk management, fundraising, organizational growth, operations and administration. Noah is most passionate about LGBT issues, youth development and leadership, financial literacy, nonprofit capacity building, and community building. Noah received his B.A. in Political Science and Sociology from Brandeis University and his Master of Public Administration from NYU Wagner.

 

This non-credit, 3-session module introduces students to the basic functionalities of Microsoft Excel such as basic formulas, absolute versus relative cell reference, formatting, and time-value of money financial functions. The module is held in a computer lab and every student has a computer. It is intended for students with limited or no Excel experience, and is designed to be taken concurrently with CORE-GP 1021 (Financial Management).

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This non-credit, 3-session module introduces students to the basic functionalities of Microsoft Excel such as basic formulas, absolute versus relative cell reference, formatting, and time-value of money financial functions. The module is held in a computer lab and every student has a computer. It is intended for students with limited or no Excel experience, and is designed to be taken concurrently with CORE-GP 1021 (Financial Management).

Download Syllabus

This non-credit, 3-session module introduces students to the basic functionalities of Microsoft Excel such as basic formulas, absolute versus relative cell reference, formatting, and time-value of money financial functions. The module is held in a computer lab and every student has a computer. It is intended for students with limited or no Excel experience, and is designed to be taken concurrently with CORE-GP 1021 (Financial Management).

Download Syllabus