Faculty & Staff News: Featured

Jun
29
2016

An Update from President Garland

President David Garland updates the Baylor family on the University's efforts to move forward as an institution, and discusses the incoming class that were welcomed to campus as Baylor students at Orientation this month.

Jun
24
2016

Baylor’s Prince the No. 12 overall pick in 2016 NBA Draft

Taurean Prince, BSED ’16, came to Baylor four years ago with little acclaim or notice. He leaves with his degree in hand as one of the highest draft picks in program history. Thursday night, the Utah Jazz selected Prince with the the 12th overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft; once paperwork is complete, he will reportedly […]

Jun
22
2016

3DPrint.com: 3D Printed, Livable Tiny House Built in Only 24 Hours by the Vesta V2 Concrete Printer

June 20, 2016
Alexander Le Roux, B.S. (Mechanical Engineering) ’15, built the first livable 3D-printed structure in the United States using a concrete 3D printer he created himself. Le Roux built the initial version of the 3D printer while a student at Baylor, and he used the second iteration, called the Vesta, to print a tiny house measure 8 x 5 x 7 feet. He expects to have the third version of the printer completed in August.

Jun
1
2016

McLane Stadium hosting summer camp in July

Mclane Stadium will host a five-day summer camp for children ages 5-12 July 11-15, 2016.

May
9
2016

Groundbreaking Bear was Houston paper’s first female reporter

The year 1915 was a time of great change all across the globe. World War I had broken out in Europe a year earlier, and while the United States had not yet officially entered the conflict, the move began to seem inevitable that summer when the Germans began attacking American and British civilian ships. At the time, […]

Jan
15
2016

Ann Richards: Governor, trailblazer and Baylor legend

It’s been 25 years to the day since trailblazing Baylor alumna Ann Richards, BA ’54, was sworn in as the 45th governor of Texas (with the Baylor Golden Wave Band leading the inauguration parade!). And although a quarter-century has passed since that day, her legacy as an iconic Texas figure lives on in a variety of ways. […]