Over 800 Graduating Students Participated in Dec. 20 Ceremony
The Bauer ceremony is part of a full day of commencement on campus, the university’s esteemed tradition of General Commencement to honor all graduates and achievements in a grand celebration. More than 800 Bauer students from undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs claimed their degrees in the Fall 2013 ceremony.
UH System Chancellor and UH President Renu Khator honored the accomplishments of the graduating class with a keynote address. Bauer College Dean Latha Ramchand congratulated all degree candidates and presented them to the president for the bestowal of their degrees.
“Everything we do here at Bauer begins and ends with student success,” Ramchand said. “One of the best things about my job as dean is that I have the pleasure of interacting with our students every day and talking to them about their studies. Seeing our students succeed and ultimately earn their degrees validates the work that we do as Houston’s business school. Our graduates go on to become active alumni who power the engine driving the Houston economy, thereby making a global impact.”
By Amanda Sebesta
By the numbers
Overall – 809
Bauer Honors – 22
Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship – 8
Undergraduate – 651
Graduate (all MBA programs, MS Accountancy, MS Finance and Ph.D.) – 158
Supply Chain Management – 111
Program for Excellence in Selling – 65
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Congratulations Fall 2013 Grads!
More than 800 candidates from undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs at the C. T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston participated in the Dec. 20 commencement celebration.