Baylor University, Klaras Center Early Childhood Intervention and Smart Start Childcare Association will send a team of four people to be trained in the Touchpoints' approach -- designed to help parents and professionals meet the needs of young children -- in Austin in late September.
The discovery of pharmaceuticals in treated wastewater by Baylor College of Arts and Sciences professors Dr. Bryan Brooks, environmental science and biomedical studies and Dr. Kevin Chambliss, chemistry, is discussed.
A study of hypnotic relaxation therapy and its effects on hot flashes by Dr. Gary Elkins, professor of psychology and neuroscience, College of Arts and Sciences at Baylor, is cited in this article on perimenopause symptoms.
Dr. Gary Elkins, professor of psychology and neuroscience, College of Arts and Sciences at Baylor, is quoted on his study of hypnotic relaxation therapy, which is published in the International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis.
Alyssa Brown, who earned a BA in biology from Baylor in 2010, is profiled in this article about the growing group of young people using their summer to go on missions. Brown spent three weeks in Tanzania this summer.
Carima Wilson, who earned her BFA in Studio Art from Baylor in 2007, is profiled in this article about her faith and her art, which she says was inspired in part by Paul McCoy, professor and ceramist-in-residence, College of Arts and Sciences at Baylor.
Article mentions Baylor University's leadership in studying the Waco Wetlands, quotes Dr. Ryan King, associate professor of biology at Baylor, and refers to research by Dr. Robert Doyle, biology professor at Baylor.
Article on the researchDr. Mia Moody, assistant professor of journalism and media arts, College of Arts and Sciences at Baylor, published in the current issue of Journal of Magazine and New Media Research.
Students in the College of Arts and Sciences garnered a variety of prestigious awards and scholarships this year. These scholarships offer the students the opportunity to continue researching and exploring areas of particular interest.
AUDIO LINK: story about the research of Dr. Mia Moody, assistant professor of journalism and media arts, College of Arts and Sciences at Baylor, who looked at national media coverage of missing women and found that missing Anglo women receive more attention than black women.
article and Q&A with Baylor sociologists Carson Mencken and Chris Bader about their upcoming book, Paranormal America: Ghost Encounters, UFO Sightings, Bigfoot Hunts, and Other Curiosities in Religion and Culture.
Teachers have been too slow to incorporate social media -- which can be an attention-grabbing and effective teaching method -- into their courses, according to research by an assistant professor of journalism and media arts at Baylor University.
Article about a new study of political science departments at doctoral institutions and the value of teaching and research highlights Baylor's doctoral program in political science, which has "placed an emphasis on the idea that it is training future college teachers with a 'teaching apprentice' program".
Story about a local independent film by Dr. Chris Hansen, director of film and digital in the department of communication studies, College of Arts & Sciences at Baylor; Hansen's "Endings" has been screened in Seattle and will soon play at film festivals in Atlanta and Toronto.
Article cites the research of Dr. Robert P. Adams, professor of biology, College of Arts and Sciences at Baylor, who is an authority on the phylogenetic (life tree) relationships of all living juniper species, such as mountain cedar, based on DNA sequencing.
Article that first appeared last week on the Inside Higher Ed website about an emerging group of academic courses that meld law, religion, ethics and other fields with the role animals play in human culture; includes a new Engaged Learning Group at Baylor on animals and human society and quotes Dr. Susan Bratton, chair of the department of environmental science, College of Arts and Sciences at Baylor.
Article on an emerging group of academic courses that meld law, religion, ethics and other fields with the role animals play in human culture mentions a new Engaged Learning Group at Baylor on animals and human society and quotes Dr. Susan Bratton, chair of the department of environmental science, College of Arts and Sciences at Baylor.
National media coverage of missing women is unequal when it comes to race, with missing Anglo women receiving more attention than black women, said Dr. Mia Moody, assistant professor of journalism and media arts in Baylor University's College of Arts and Sciences.
Baylor University sociologists Dr. Carson Mencken and Dr. Christopher Bader lay on the ground at 1 a.m., shivering in 19-degree December weather in a Texas forest with a group of hushed men hoping to lure Bigfoot.
The Couple Conflict Consultant is a free online assessment tool that is part of a research study being conducted by Dr. Keith Sanford, associate professor of psychology and neuroscience in the College of Arts and Sciences at Baylor.
Baylor University has named Professor Edward Burger, Distinguished Professor of Mathematics and Gaudino Scholar at Williams College, as the 2010 recipient of the Robert Foster Cherry Award for Great Teaching.
As part of Baylor's High School Summer Science Research Program (HSSSRP), high-achieving high school students interested in science come to Baylor and work alongside Baylor professors on their current research projects.