A student from the C. T. Bauer College of Business is among the state’s rising entrepreneurs, according to the Texas Business Hall of Fame.
Each semester, Bauer’s Graduate and Professional Programs selects students from each program to recognize as outstanding students.
More than 1,200 students from the C. T. Bauer College of Business will be recognized on May 16 during a Virtual Graduation Celebration, featuring an address from Bauer College Dean Paul A. Pavlou, Bauer alumni and faculty.
The shift to online classrooms to enact social distancing has transformed higher education, and the University of Houston is no exception.
Job placement counselors from universities across the country spend a lot of time advocating for students to be hired by well-known social media giants or at established companies that have been busy creating new data-mining departments.
Houston has set its sights on being recognized as one of the world’s top cities for innovation, and on Tuesday, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner proclaimed “Bauer College of Business Day” in recognition of Bauer’s entrepreneurship programs, including the Cyvia and Melvyn Wolff Center fo