“They’re reaching out, so people are reaching in.” This simple statement sums up support for University of Houston and C.T. Bauer College of Business.
The C. T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston is celebrating another milestone this year as The Princeton Review has ranked its entrepreneurship program No. 2 among the nation’s undergraduate business schools in Entrepreneur magazine.
A four-member team of students from the C. T. Bauer College of Business perfected its sales pitch and snagged a first-place victory in a national selling competition held at Indiana University on Sept. 28.
The understanding of leadership and ethics has taken on a graver meaning especially when it comes to promoting, developing and maintaining ethical conduct in the corporate world.
After they take part in Study Abroad programs, students often unpack lifelong memories as well as a better understanding of their place in the world.
Bauer alumni Norman Stalarow and Marty Watts have each committed to gift Student Leader Scholarships ($1,000 each semester) to officers of Bauer’s Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization and will lend their own entrepreneurial experiences to the organization’s student leaders for the ne