Over 900 graduates will cross the stage at the C. T. Bauer College of Business’ Spring 2015 Convocation, including Kelli Evans and Varun Potluri, both students who took very different personal paths to reach their undergraduate success.
For the fifth time since 1982, oil prices and rig counts have plummeted, bringing concerns for the Houston economy to an all-time high.
As the current state of affairs in the energy industry remains bleak, filled with layoffs and low oil prices, the annual Offshore Technology Conference still plans to bring more than 130 countries together from all fields in the offshore energy industry.
Students from the C. T. Bauer College of Business’ Cyvia and Melvyn Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship will face off in a three-day challenge called Wolffest that puts their business acumen to the ultimate test.
50 million Americans participate in March Madness pools—and C. T. Bauer College of Business analytics professor Wayne Winston is an expert at determining who is most likely to win.
Industry leaders will meet for an essential discussion with Bauer College professors about some of the most urgent issues facing energy markets today, including the current need for rebuilding the North American oil and gas infrastructure.