The University of Houston has long been known as a global hub, a place where you may hear a dozen different languages spoken in a single classroom as students from more than 130 countries prepare themselves for careers.
Even as an undergraduate, Sachin Shah (MBA ’07), was something of an over-achiever.
If there’s a preferred ice cream in Brenham, it’s Blue Bell, the local creamery that so many Texans love.
And if you ask most kids heading off to college where they’re going, they’ll also respond with the region’s dominant higher education brand, Texas A&M University.
Eugene Hammons, president of the Brenham-area alumni group for
Like the multi-layered stratum that lies beneath Houston’s geographical surface, the city’s businesses are often built upon a foundation of employees, clients and others with University of Houston ties.
As the C. T. Bauer College of Business seeks to leverage its many recent successes in a period of unprecedented national recognition, the creation of a new Dean’s Executive Board filled with business superstars has taken center stage.
The department of marketing in the University of Houston’s C. T. Bauer College of Business has been deemed one of the 10 most productive in the country, according to a list published in The Chronicle of Higher Education.