Bauer Business Minds: Research for the Real World.
Bauer Business Minds: Research for the Real World - C. T. Bauer College of Business, University of Houston
Dr. Vanessa Patrick

Despite the trying times, we continue to see good things happen around us!

Our first story showcases the effort and compassion of Dr. Krylova who was awarded a UH Alternative Textbook Incentive Program grant to make going to business school a little more affordable for her students.

We are very proud of our doctoral student alumna Marina Ruseva who was awarded a best paper award for her dissertation research at the American Accounting Association, Southwest Region (SWAAA) conference held in March this year.

Last, the Stimulating Urban Renewal Through Entrepreneurship (SURE™) program at Bauer continues to rise to new heights. This past week the University Economic Development Association (UEDA) showcased the SURE™ program as the winner of their 2019 Award of Excellence for Innovation + Talent. Congratulations to Dr. Saleha Khumawala, the SURE™ advisory board, and, the entrepreneurial ecosystem that supports the SURE™ program!

Dr. Vanessa Patrick
Associate Dean of Research
Bauer Professor of Marketing

Ksenia Krylova

Helping Students
Bauer Management & Leadership Professor Awarded Grant for UH Alternative Textbook Incentive Program

Department of Management & Leadership Assistant Professor Ksenia Krylova is the latest Bauer faculty member to be awarded an ATIP grant, enabling her to offer a low-cost textbook to students taking her Introduction to Management and Organizational Behavior class this summer.

Photo: Marina Ruseva

Research Recognition
Bauer Doctoral Alumna Recognized for Dissertation Research

Marina Ruseva, a doctoral graduate of the C. T. Bauer College of Business Department of Accountancy & Taxation, was recently honored with a prestigious award for her dissertation research, "Executive Equity Compensation and Corporate Tax Behavior: The Role of Cash ETR Persistence."


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