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Dean's List - Fall 2014

The #Baylor Council of Deans and the Interim Provost hosted the Deans Reception to honor the outstanding academic performance of our top students.

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W. Golf. Women's Golf Places 21st at Cougar Classic

Baylor finished Tuesday's third and final round of play in 12th place at the Cougar Classic at Yeamans Hall Club in Hanahan, S.C. The Lady Bears shot 16-over-par 304 and finished at 48-over 912 in the 12th-annual tournament.

W. Volleyball. Volleyball Returns to Road to Face LSU Twice, UTSA

Baylor (9-2) faces LSU (2-4) at Noon on both Friday and Saturday and closes the UTSA Classic against the hosts, the Road Runners (2-6), at 5 p.m. Saturday.

W. Basketball. WBB's Welcome Back Supper Set

The Lady Bear Tip Off Club (TOC) invites all members and prospective members to the 15th annual Welcome Back Supper, Thursday, Oct. 2 at 6:30 p.m. in the Ferrell Center.

W. Volleyball. Volleyball Wins Fifth-Straight Match With Four-Set Win over NSU

Katie Staiger and Andie Malloy helped Baylor beat the scrappy Northwestern State Demons Tuesday night at the Ferrell Center, 25-20, 27-29, 25-22, 25-19.

Albuquerque Express: Truett sermons digitized for the world to hear

Sept. 15, 2014
Article originally published in the Waco Tribune-Herald and now picked up on the AP wire focuses on Baylor Libraries’ digital audio archive, now online, of 66 sermons recorded between 1941 and 1943 during the end of the ministry of The Rev. George W. Truett at First Baptist Church of Dallas. Hulitt Gloer, Ph.D., professor of preaching and Christian Scriptures at Truett Seminary, and Eric Ames, curator of digital collections at Baylor Libraries, are quoted. (Terry Goodrich, assistant director of Baylor Media Communications, covers Truett Seminary, while Lori Fogleman, assistant VP of Baylor Media Communications, covers University Libraries.)

Global Hot Topic (YorkBlog): American Chemical Society Announces Selection of Its Student Representatives for the December 2014 UN Climate Conference in Lima, Peru (COP 20)

Sept. 17, 2014
Baylor student, Barry Hartweg, has been selected as one of eight student ambassadors to represent the American Chemical Society at the UN climate conference in Lima, Peru this December. Hartweg is currently a senior Chemistry major, minoring in Environmental Studies. This past summer he interned at the National Renewable Energy Lab where he conducted research in his field. “I am passionate about renewable energy and its potential to decrease the world’s dependence on fossil fuel,” Barry said. As ambassadors, the students will use their social networking and media skills to report on the activities and negotiations surrounding the conference in hopes to connect and catalyze interest in their peers.

Houston Chronicle: Students toil to put names to bodies of migrants

Sept. 15, 2014
The McClatchy-Tribune wire picks up Claire Osborn’s Austin American-Statesman feature story on the Reuniting Families Project of Lori Baker, Ph. D., associate professor of anthropology in Baylor’s College of Arts & Sciences, and her team of forensic anthropologists and students, who exhumed remains during the summer at a Texas border cemetery to identify them and return them to their families. Interviewed are Baker and Eva Abernathy, a senior anthropology major from Round Rock, Texas. (Tonya Lewis, assistant director of Baylor Media Communications, is responsible for covering anthropology faculty and research and has been working with national media on Baker’s story since summer 2012. Lewis arranged for these interviews with Baker and Abernathy.)

Freshman WR quickly recognized among nation’s best

To say nobody saw KD Cannon coming wouldn’t be accurate. After all, the freshman receiver was one of the top 50 recruits in the country last year, when he chose Baylor over schools like Texas A&M and Oklahoma. But this — well, this is almost too good to be true. With Baylor’s non-conference schedule complete, […]

International studies major celebrates sixth decade at Baylor

Dwight Eisenhower was president and the Korean War was drawing to a close in 1953 when a type-written press release announced a new major at Baylor. “Foreign Service,” as it was known in the beginning, would become the International Studies major of today, a course of study that is truly educating students for worldwide leadership […]

Baylor Twitter, Instagram accounts top 30,000 followers

Recent surveys show about 20% of American adults are on Twitter, and about the same number is on Instagram. When you consider that Baylor has about 160,000 living alumni, that suggests the university should have about 30,000 followers on each platform. Lo and behold, that’s exactly where Baylor sits today. In the last month, Baylor’s official Twitter […]

Baylor profs honored for excellence in teaching and mentoring

If you were to look inside the classrooms at Baylor, you’d quickly see some of the nation’s best professors teaching and mentoring future Baylor alums. Already this fall, two Baylor professors have been recognized for excellence in working with students in their disciplines. Dr. Wade Rowatt, professor of psychology and neuroscience, and Dr. Andrea Dixon, associate professor […]

Award-winning Author Amy Tan Will Speak at Baylor’s Beall-Russell Lectures in the Humanities on Sept. 29

WACO, Texas (Sept. 18, 2014) — <i>The New York Times</i>-bestselling author Amy Tan, author of <i>The Joy Luck Club</i>, will discuss her new book, <i>The Valley of Amazement</i>, and also the value of the humanities during the Beall-Russell Lectures in the Humanities at Baylor University on Monday, Sept. 29.

Center for Astrophysics, Space Physics & Engineering Research (CASPER) Presents Fall Seminar Series

WACO, Texas (Sept. 18, 2014) – Baylor University’s Center for Astrophysics, Space Physics & Engineering Research (CASPER) will welcome several guest speakers for its fall seminar series.

Baylor Achieves Numerous Milestones in Fall Enrollment, Diversity, Across-the-Board Retention

WACO, Texas (Sept. 17, 2014) – Coming on the heels of its rise among top national universities in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings, Baylor University topped milestones for freshman, undergraduate and overall enrollment and achieved all-time highs across the board for fall-to-fall retention numbers, according to statistics released today by Baylor’s Office of Institutional Research and Testing.

Baylor Achieves Numerous Milestones in Fall Enrollment, Diversity, Across-the-Board Retention

WACO, Texas (Sept. 17, 2014) – Coming on the heels of its rise among top national universities in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings, Baylor University topped milestones for freshman, undergraduate and overall enrollment and achieved all-time highs across the board for fall-to-fall retention numbers, according to statistics released today by Baylor’s Office of Institutional Research and Testing.