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2015
Baylor scientist is a Washington regular for U.S. veterans

Baylor scientist is a Washington regular for U.S. veterans

Dr. Lea Steele, research professor of biomedical studies and Director of the Baylor Veterans Health Research Program, is no stranger to the halls of power in Washington, D.C. In the past fewweeks alone, Steele — a neuroepidemiologist and recognized expert on thecomplex health conditions affecting American veterans — has been to the nation’s capitalfor scientific …

Former U.S. Congressman Frank Wolf Named Wilson Chair in Religious Freedom at Baylor University

Former U.S. Congressman Frank Wolf Named Wilson Chair in Religious Freedom at Baylor University

WACO, Texas (Jan. 19, 2015) – Baylor University announced today that former U.S. Rep. Frank Wolf, who represented Virginia’s 10th District in Congress from 1981 until his retirement on Jan. 3, has been named the Jerry and Susie Wilson Chair in Religious Freedom.

Baylor University and Waco Community Remember Martin Luther King Jr.

Baylor University and Waco Community Remember Martin Luther King Jr.

Even so many years later, Martin Luther King Jr.’s contagious vision of human rights and equality continues to inspire and uplift. In honor of Dr. King, Baylor University, along with local organizations, will be hosting a series of events to celebrate and memorialize his life and legacy.

Martin Museum of Art Presents Karl Umlauf Exhibition and Gallery Talk

Martin Museum of Art Presents Karl Umlauf Exhibition and Gallery Talk

WACO, Texas (Jan. 16, 2015) – The Martin Museum of Art will present works by Karl Umlauf, a Baylor University art professor and Artist-in-Residence, from Tuesday, Jan. 20, through Sunday, March 1.

Environmental Health Science Hosts World-Class Spring Lecture Series

Environmental Health Science Hosts World-Class Spring Lecture Series

WACO, Texas (Jan. 15, 2015)—Summoning Captain Planet and the Planeteers.

Couples' Conflicts: Withdrawal or Expecting Your Romantic Partner to Mind-Read Harms Relationships, But in Different Ways, Baylor Study Finds

Couples' Conflicts: Withdrawal or Expecting Your Romantic Partner to Mind-Read Harms Relationships, But in Different Ways, Baylor Study Finds

WACO, Texas (Jan. 7, 2015) — When you have a conflict with your spouse or significant other, do you withdraw like a turtle into its shell? Or perhaps you expect your partner to be a mind reader about what ticks you off? Both of those responses can harm a relationship, but in different ways and for different reasons, according to a Baylor study.

Dallas Couple’s $2 Million Gift to Baylor Establishes Endowed Chair in Religious Freedom

Dallas Couple’s $2 Million Gift to Baylor Establishes Endowed Chair in Religious Freedom

Baylor University today announced a $2 million gift from Jerry and Susie Wilson of Dallas that will establish an endowed chair in religious freedom to support the University’s educational mission and its Institute for Studies of Religion.