tudents from the C. T. Bauer College of Business got some face time with representatives from more than 150 companies on Wednesday, Sept. 12, during the Fall 2007 Business Career Fair.
C.T. Bauer College of business professor and recent MBA alum have developed a framework that could add educational attainment to the microfinance model.
After 15 years running a golf course with a business-to-business model, B.J. and Harry Yewens planted seeds for new careers
Programs designed to reach out to and nurture the next generation of business leaders are flourishing this summer through various programs of the C.T. Bauer College of Business.
On the side of a mountain, tethered to fellow adventurers by a rope and straining to achieve something you’ve been training more than 12 months to do, the concept takes on new meaning.
The intersection of University of Houston and C. T. Bauer College of Business students and alumni is a common occurrence in the “real world.”