As far as supply chain management (SCM) projects go, this one had plenty of suspense. The cost of raw materials for the business suddenly shot up 50 percent. Transportation was unreliable. Research studies had to be ordered and paid for.
Bauer College’s Microfinance Program just wrapped up its second year with the graduation of 44 participants, who in 12 weeks have begun to turn their business ideas into a reality.
On Bauer Business Focus — A conversation on the Houston housing market inventory with Andrew Schneider, business reporter for KUHF 88.7 FM.
This year, 121 Bauer College students volunteered their time with Houston’s Neighborhood Tax Centers to provide free income tax preparation for families earning an average of $20,000 per year.
Bauer College alumnus Sepand Moshiri explains why he has volunteered with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Houston since 2007.
During commencement, three Bauer graduate students and five undergraduate students will receive special recognition for extraordinary achievements and leadership during their tenure in their respective programs.