Partnership between business school, provost's office will help BRIC discoveries reach market faster
Cell phone use and instant messaging can be compared to consumption pathologies like compulsive buying and credit card misuse, according to a Baylor University study in the Journal of Behavioral Addictions.
Engineering students take on new challenge in Baja SAE competition
Scholar translates Scriptures from Jesus' primary language to Arabic
Baylor's Institute for Studies of Religion to examine the impact of theological training inside prisons
Baylor University has been awarded two new federal grants for research on Gulf War illness, a complex medical condition that affects veterans of the 1991 war.
Blending religion with familism -- a strong commitment to lifelong marriage and childbearing -- dampens secular civic participation, according to research by a Baylor University sociologist.