Welcome to the page for all things leadership and engagement. At Bauer, there are multiple ways to stay engaged and to learn about leadership. Whether you’re attending a virtual event, joining a student organization, or participating in one of our leadership programs or series, the opportunities are endless. Read more at this page and our subpages.
Join us for a year filled with engagement, leadership, networking and socializing..
In addition to our normal programming and events, this year, we will be offering a variety of virtual events exclusively to Bauer students. These events are designed to help you get the most out of each semester while we are virtual.
The last year has looked different for everyone and we want to continue helping you to make the most of it. Whether you’re taking a few classes in person or going 100% virtual, we will help you find ways to stay connected. You can check out our Bauer Virtual Engagement page to find out about these various events.
We have some incredible events for you all for the spring semester. See below for details on upcoming events.
Alumni Coffee Chat with Daniel Nguyen of ROSEN – Tuesday, March 2 at 5 p.m. via Zoom
Join us on Tuesday, February 16 at 5 p.m. for another Alumni Coffee Chat for this semester. Alumni Coffee Chat happens twice a month and gives you a chance to ask questions to alumni about how they found success in college and in their careers. On February 16th we will be joined by Daniel Nguyen, a Data Analyst at ROSEN. Daniel graduated from the C. T. Bauer College of Business in 2019 with his BBA in Management Information Systems (MIS). While a student at Bauer, Daniel worked full time as a Teller at JPMorgan Chase and balanced a full load of classes. Daniel was also actively involved in MISSO as a general member and he participated in the Ted Bauer Leadership Certificate Program. After graduation, Daniel went to work for AlliantGroup as a Data Associate and was promoted to a Project Associate role within their cybersecurity division. Recently, Daniel has taken on a new role at ROSEN as a Data Analyst. Come join this great event and learn more about Daniel and how he has found success in his career! To attend this event, make sure you are signed up to get our email updates and we will send you the Zoom information.
Alumni Coffee Chat with Nicole Garcia of Plains State Bank – Tuesday, March 9th at 5:00pm
Join us on Tuesday, March 9th at 5:00pm for our second Alumni Coffee Chat of March. Alumni Coffee Chat happens twice a month and gives you a chance to ask questions to alumni about how they have found success in college and in their careers. On March 9th we will be joined by Nicole Garcia, a Junior Controller at Plains State Bank. Nicole graduated from the C. T. Bauer College of Business in 2019 with her BBA’s in Finance and Supply Chain Management. Since graduating, she has gone on to work at Plains State Bank. As a student, Nicole was very actively involved on campus and at Bauer. She worked as a Desk Assistant at the UH Housing Office and also worked as a Child Advocate at The Young Center. Nicole was actively involved with Bauer Women’s Society and even served as the Community Service Director for BWS. She was also selected as Ted Bauer Undergraduate Business Scholar (TBUBS) and participated in their mentorship program. Nicole was also actively involved with leadership development programs at the college and participated in both the LeaderShape Institute and the Ted Bauer Leadership Certificate Program. Come to this event to learn more about Nicole and her experiences! To get the Zoom information for this event, make sure you are signed up for our email updates.
Fireside Chat with Hewlett Packard Enterprise: Diversity in Tech – March 10th at 5:00pm
Join us for our first ever Fireside Chat with HPE: Diversity in Tech! This event will take place on Wednesday, March 10th at 5:00pm via Zoom. At this event, we will be joined by six employees serving in various roles at Hewlett Packard Enterprise. These individuals are not only HPE employees, they are also active members in HPE’s affinity groups, which serve underrepresented identities in tech. The panelists will include representatives from both the Junots Network and the Black Employee Network at HPE. This panel will focus on what it is like to work in big tech, how to stand out when applying for jobs in this field, and what it is like to be BIPOC in the tech industry. Although this event focuses on the experience of marginalized identities in tech, all are welcome to this event! Panelists at the event will include: Ale Ruteledge, Eduardo Moreno Sol, Jackie Garcie, Jordan Chapel, Tatyana Harrison, and Justin Anderson. These individuals range in their roles at HPE from software development to human resources – so it is really a diverse group! This will be a moderated Q&A and will also feature an open question period at the end too. To get the Zoom information for this event, make sure you are signed up for our email list.
Allison Keithly, MA:
Program Manager for Leadership Initiatives
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Program Manager for Student Engagement
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Students at the C. T. Bauer College of Business have the opportunity to explore and learn what it means to be a leader through Bauer Leadership Initiatives. With a dedicated team of faculty, staff and community partners, Bauer College offers students a strategic, integrated and inclusive approach to leadership development.
Each year, we select candidates for a new cohort in our Ted Bauer Leadership Certificate Program, where students build a solid leadership foundation, learn to make decisions with integrity and better understand their personal strengths and the value of working with a team. Through Bauer student organizations, we give students the opportunity to connect, engage, experience and create lifelong friendships. Bauer College also offers selected student leaders the chance to participate in LeaderShape, a six-day course that uses interactive teaching methods focused on ethics, team building and personal vision building.
At Bauer College, we are committed to providing students with the opportunity, experience and training necessary to become thoughtful, ethical and responsible business leaders.
Emerging Leaders Academic Success Program
The purpose of ELASP is to ease the transition from high school to college, by getting you connected and engaged at Bauer your first two semesters. This first-year experience program will equip you with the tools needed to excel academically and emerge into the next generation of leaders within C. T. Bauer College of Business.
MS in Management & Leadership
Offered exclusively online, Bauer’s Master of Science in Management & Leadership degree is designed specifically to improve the marketability of undergraduates who have earned a non-business degree. This online program will provide students with a foundation in management and business skills to build their competitive advantage in today’s ever-changing workspace.
MBA Leadership Development Certificate
In today’s complex and changing environment, organizations are seeking to hire and promote individuals who understand and can display effective leadership behaviors. It is important for managers and aspiring managers to learn about the nature of effective leadership and how they can develop their own competencies in this area. Accordingly, the primary purpose of this certificate is to examine leadership effectiveness at three levels: leadership skill-sets for the individual, including leadership development and leading change; strategic governance issues for organizations, as well as ethics and social responsibility; and leadership in a global context, including effective leadership practices across cultures.
EMBA Leadership Track
Organizations in all sectors have voiced concern regarding the apparent lack of leadership skills among their employees. A background in effectively managing human resources, ethics, change, organizational behavior, as well as an entire course devoted to developing individual leadership skills will address this need.
Live, Learn and Intern in Washington, D.C.
The Bauer in D.C. Internship Program is a competitive academic and professional experience in Washington, D.C. Participating students will intern at least 32 hours per week, for 12-14 weeks, in our nation’s capital, and may earn up to 9 hours of academic credit. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to gain valuable work experience, earn academic credit and live in one of the most dynamic cities in the U.S.
Management and Leadership Minor for Business and Non-Business Majors
A minor in management and leadership will help you improve your set of competencies for a highly competitive job market in the real world of business.
Applied Leadership Track
A Leadership Track in Management & Leadership reflects a defined and coherent set of courses that include knowledge and skill development for students who aspire to be leaders in today's rapidly changing environment. This knowledge and skill will help students improve their sets of competencies for a highly competitive job market in the real world of business. Organizations in all sectors have voiced concern regarding the apparent lack of leadership skills among their employees. A background in effectively managing human resources, ethics, change, organizational behavior, as well as an entire course devoted to developing individual leadership skills will address this need.