Football. Football's Game Against Kansas Set For 3 p.m. Start

Baylor football's Homecoming game versus Kansas on Nov. 1 will be played at 3 p.m. CT and will be nationally televised on FOX Sports 1, the league office announced Monday.

W. Soccer. Soccer Earns 2-1 Decision at Oklahoma for Jobson's 100th Career Win

Baylor soccer earned a 2-1 win at Oklahoma on Sunday evening at John Crain Field.

M. Tennis. Lupieri Leads MT At USTA/ITA Regional Championships

Baylor men's tennis senior Tony Lupieri was part of all four victories for the Bears on Sunday at the USTA/ITA Regional Championships at the George P. Mitchell Tennis Center.

Huffington Post: Why Caregiver Discrimination Is Bad for Business

Oct. 15, 2014
Editorial on discrimination against parents and caregivers in the work place references a 2011 study by Baylor management professors Dawn S. Carlson, Ph.D., Merideth Ferguson, Ph.D., and Emily M. Hunter, Ph.D., on the “Health and Turnover of Working Mothers After Childbirth Via the Work–Family Interface: An Analysis Across Time.” The researchers found that mothers are much more likely to stay on the job if they have greater control over their schedules. High-performing employees are often deemed less valuable in the workplace because of the commonly held assumption that their family-oriented priorities replaced their drive to succeed. (Baylor Media Communications pitched this original research to national media in June 2011, with placements ranging from Nature to CNBC to U.S. News & World Report.)

MoneyShow: Appellate Lawyer Shawn Stephens Joins King & Spalding's Houston Litigation Practice

Oct. 14, 2014
King & Spalding has recruited noted Baylor graduate, B.A., ’82, and Texas appellate specialist Shawn Stephens as a partner in the tort and environmental litigation practice of its Houston office. “Houston Woman” magazine in 2010 named Stephens to its list of Houston's 50 most influential women.

Music News Nashville: Jeff Dunham Brings Unprecedented World Tour to Comedy Central and DVD

Oct. 9, 2014
Comedian Jeff Dunham, B.A. '86, has been named the top comedian in North America and has a highly anticipated stand-up comedy television special, “Jeff Dunham: All Over the Map,” premiering on Comedy Central in November.

Tech Times: When technology gets addicting: Internet, Smartphones, Google Glass and more

Oct. 15, 2014
Article examining extreme cases of addiction to technology both nationally and internationally references the recent study by James Roberts, Ph.D., The Ben H. Williams Professor of Marketing in Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business, which shows female college students spend an average of 10 hours a day on their cellphones, and male students spend about eight hours on the devices. (Terry Goodrich, assistant director of Baylor Media Communications, covers multidisciplinary research and placed the original story.)

Just how healthy is that pumpkin scone, latte or pie?

It’s everywhere during the fall, almost singlehandedly taking over the food industry. It’s in bread, pie, lattes, cookies, ice cream, coffee creamer – and tomorrow, Oct. 21, is National Pumpkin Cheesecake Day. Pumpkin. With its numerous nutritional benefits – filling fiber, eyesight-improving nutrients, and immune system-boosting minerals – it could probably be considered a super fruit (yes, pumpkin is […]

What this year’s Reunion Classes experienced as seniors at Baylor

As part of Homecoming, Baylor’s Reunion Classes — those who graduated in years ending in 4 or 9 — will be honored in a series of events over Homecoming weekend (Oct. 30-Nov. 1). On Friday, the 50-Year Alumni Reunion (Class of 1964) will be honored with a dinner in Barfield Drawing Room from 4-7 p.m., while […]

Baylor Entrepreneurship entrenched among nation’s elite, ranked No. 3 nationally

It’s been five years since Baylor’s entrepreneurship program first ascended to a top-5 Princeton Review national ranking, and the Hankamer School of Business program that’s shaping the next generation of business visionaries, innovators and creators has never looked back. Each fall, Princeton Review releases its list of the top 25 colleges for entrepreneurship in Entrepreneur Magazine, and […]

For this U.S. Naval commander, service began at Baylor

As part of their retirement, U.S. Navy servicemen and women get to select national monuments and other meaningful landmarks over which their Navy ensign (the U.S. flag) will fly. After the flag has flown over those landmarks, it is returned to the Navy, where it is presented to the retiring service member at his/her retirement ceremony. Navy Commander […]

Combatting Memory Decline Among Menopausal Women Could Be the Next Research Frontier for Hypnotic Relaxation Therapy, Baylor Researchers Say

WACO, Texas (Oct. 20, 2014) — Memory decline — a frequent complaint of menopausal women — potentially could be lessened by hypnotic relaxation therapy, say Baylor University researchers, who already have done studies showing that such therapy eases hot flashes, improves sleep and reduces stress in menopausal women.

Baylor Symposium on Faith and Culture Will Explore Faith and Film

WACO, Texas (Oct. 16, 2014) -- "Faith and Film" will be the theme of the 2014 Baylor Symposium on Faith and Culture. Hosted by the Institute for Faith and Learning and the Institute for Studies of Religion, the conference will take place Thursday, Oct. 23 through Saturday, Oct. 25.

Baylor to Welcome More than 100 Law Schools to Campus for Law School Fair

WACO, Texas (Oct. 15, 2014) – Representatives from more than 100 accredited law schools will visit the Baylor University campus next week to meet face-to-face with the university’s pre-law students. The Law School Fair, sponsored by the Southwest Association of PreLaw Advisors, will take place from 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 23, on the fifth floor of the Cashion Academic Center.

Baylor’s School of Social Work to Expand Access to Master’s Program in Houston

WACO, Texas (Oct. 16, 2014) – Baylor University’s School of Social Work is expanding the reach of its Master of Social Work program by offering the program at a location in the Houston metropolitan area, beginning in August 2015.