Baylor Professor Helps Discover The Secrets Of The Philistines
WACO, Texas (July 28, 2016) — Deirdre Fulton, Ph.D., assistant professor of religion in Baylor University’s College of Arts & Sciences, was part of the discovery and excavation of a Philistine cemetery outside Ashkelon, an ancient city in Israel that was occupied for more than 3,000 years.
Baylor prof, students help discover ancient Biblical mosaics in Israel
For 1,500 years, elaborate mosaics depicting Bible stories like Noah’s Ark and the parting of the Red Sea were buried in the ruins of an ancient synagogue in Israel. But this summer, a team that included two Baylor students and Dr. Nathan Elkins, a Baylor art history professor and coin specialist, uncovered this stunning artwork while […]
Baylor grad traveling the world to serve
Brianna Childs, BA ’16, has only been a college graduate for two months. Most of her peers are just starting their first “real job” or are in the midst of applying for one, or they’re headed to graduate school. But not Brianna — because since high school, she’s had her eyes set on the World […]
Former Lady Bear point guard among the Dallas PD officers responding to last week’s attack
Many Baylor fans remember Chelsea Whitaker, BA ’05, as the gutsy point guard for the 2005 Lady Bears team that won the program’s first national championship. After playing overseas for a couple of years, today Whitaker is a detective and a nine-year veteran of the Dallas Police Department (DPD) — one of the many officers who […]