Teen-aged boys are more likely to use tanning booths, take diet pills and have their bodies waxed -- even if they think those activities are unhealthy -- if they are influenced by their peers, according to research by a Baylor University assistant professor of fashion merchandising.
A Baylor University historian has uncovered some controversial statements about women's equality written by a Muslim during the period of 1872 to 1900 -- opinions that were at odds with the patriarchal society of his times.
Dr. Rochelle Brunson, a new lecturer in the Fashion Merchandising program, says that since she was a little girl she has known that she would be involved in the fashion and textile industry. The dream of working within the fashion world first emerged during afternoons spent at the Baylor Bookstore with her grandparents and now she has come full circle, back at Baylor and passing on her passion for her craft to her students.
"Christianity and the Soul of the University: Faith as a Foundation for Intellectual Community," edited by Baylor philosophy professors Douglas Henry and Michael Beaty, was a finalist for the Lilly Fellows Program Book Award.
article about a great emphasis on foreign language and culture studies at Air Force ROTC programs specifically mentions Baylor AFROTC's leading efforts and focuses on two Baylor students, Cadet Amber Padgett and Cadet Sharya Qureshi, who are studying Japanese.
Series on three growing religious movements focuses on the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and quotes Dr. Rodney Stark, Distinguished Professor of the Social Sciences at Baylor and author of The Rise of Mormonism.
Baylor students were able to get a great experience of what it is like to work with a real client and be behind the scenes of a fashion show and Harley Davidson got helpful volunteers, a great crowd, and pulled off a fantastic fashion show.
VIDEO LINK The $3.4 million Waco Mammoth Site is believed to be where the largest group of mammoths died in any single event. While it's now open to the public, there's still more work to be done. KCEN's Christina Coleman shows us Baylor and the City of Waco would like to see happen there in the next few years.
A new book entitled "Black and Mainstream Press' Framing of Racial Profiling" by Dr. Mia Moody, assistant professor of Journalism, examines racial profiling by media before and after the September 11 terrorist attacks.