News Center | Office of Communications

Latest News

Bauer College Announces New Office of Global Initiatives

The C. T. Bauer College of Business is excited to launch the Office of Global Initiatives, which will facilitate leading-edge, student-centered education with a truly global mindset.

The Era of #MeToo Continues

Professor Leanne Atwater and colleagues Rachel Sturm, Scott Taylor and Allison Tringale’s follow-up research, “The Era of #MeToo and What Managers Should Do About It,” forthcoming in Business Horizons, addresses what can be done to deal with and prevent backlash and sexual harassment.

Understanding Popular Streamers

C. T. Bauer College of Business Professor Yili (Kevin) Hong is an expert on digital platforms, future of work and human-artificial intelligence interaction and is part of a research team that is pioneering the ability to extract information from live streams.

More Stories

Working Wisdom: How Interviewing Has Changed
Techtronic Industries representatives discuss the impact of COVID-19.
A Landmark Year
Bauer College's Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship marks historic year.
Among the Best in Nation
Bauer College jumps nine places in U.S. News undergraduate rankings.
Coog Strong, Mask On
Learn more about UH's efforts to stop COVID-19 spread.
First-Class Business Education Doesn’t Break the Bank
UH ranked 7th by CNBC for schools 'that pay off the most' in 2020.
Distance Learning
College shares best practices, resources for Bauer students and faculty.

Media Mentions

more media mentions »

Inside Bauer Magazine

Inside Bauer

This issue focuses on Houston, and how alumni, faculty and students are helping the city evolve in the city’s industry, culture and community.

This content was developed in late 2019 and early 2020, before the unprecedented global impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has no doubt changed the lives of all our students, alumni, partners, faculty and staff, and continues to evolve each day.

You’ll read stories about innovative faculty research, including insight from Assistant Professor Mark Grimes on how computer users' mouse movements can suggest deception, as well as a study by Dean Paul A. Pavlou on how IT can ease urban traffic jams. The issue also includes stories about alumni who are both launching new businesses, like Marisol Garcia De La Cruz (MBA ’15)'s gourmet salsa company, and those who are celebrating tremendous growth and continued success in their operations, including four Bauer alumni businesses on the 2019 Cougar 100.

We also highlight the banner year of entrepreneurship within Bauer College and the City of Houston, with a Number 1 ranking for the Cyvia and Melvyn Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship, culminating in Mayor Sylvester Turner declaring "C. T. Bauer College of Business Day" in the city. And, we look toward the future with an overview of the 2020-2025 Bauer Strategic Plan.

Please take a moment to explore this issue of Inside Bauer, and let us know what you think. You can also share your thoughts and favorite stories on social media, using #BauerLovesHouston.

Email us if you have questions, would like to be added to the mailing list or would like to suggest a story.

Suggest a Story

Upcoming Events


more events »

Office of Communications
About Us
Meet the Team
Project Requests
Project Showcase
Faculty & Staff Resources
The Bauer Redesign
Social Media
Media Mentions
Bauer Business Focus
Bauer Blogs
Contact Us
Communications Directory
Faculty Experts
Share Your Story

Invest in Bauer

Contact Us

For direct media inquiries and to interview a faculty expert, contact:

Jessica Navarro
Executive Director, Communications
(Email preferred)

Office of Communications
Melcher Hall Room 320G
University of Houston
Houston, TX 77204-6021

See Also