Hundreds of alumni from the C. T. Bauer College of Business gathered on campus last week for what felt like a family reunion — the Bauer College Alumni Association themed its annual meeting this year “#BauerFamily.”
Although family-friendly policies are generally viewed favorably in corporate America, the rhetoric often doesn’t match the reality.
Panelists for the upcoming Bauer College special event “Practices That Pay” include global leaders from health care, law, tax and audit, oil and gas, and academia.
As the number of families that include two working parents grows — from an average 4 of 10 in 1970 to more than 6 of 10 now — the C. T. Bauer College of Business is examining how businesses can leverage a workforce that has more diverse needs than ever.
The Institute for Regional Forecasting at the C. T. Bauer College of Business held its Spring Symposium on May 17, with director and noted economist Robert W. “Bill” Gilmer providing his insight on economic prospects for Houston in the coming year.
Nearly 1,000 graduating students from the C. T. Bauer College of Business will be honored at the college’s convocation ceremony on May 13, featuring a keynote address from alumna and NFL Vice President of Strategic Planning for Junior Athlete Development Natara Holloway (BBA ’98).