Archived News – May 2014

Arts & Sciences News

May
23
2014
It’s hard to believe it’s already been a decade, but 10 years ago this month, Baylor officials dedicated the Mayborn Museum Complex at its new home on University Parks Drive. Of course, the museum has much deeper roots than that. The Gov. Bill and Vara Daniel Historic Village was moved to its current location along the …
May
21
2014
About 1 in 3 Baylor undergraduate students enrolls planning to major in a health-related field, drawn by the university’s long-held reputation for preparing students to thrive in healthcare careers. From prominent alums in healthcare leadership to dedicated physicians, nurses, allied health professionals and much more, the Baylor name means excellence in healthcare. At their May meeting, Baylor Regents made …
May
20
2014
The Michael Jackson “hologram” that had people buzzing after Sunday night’s Billboard Music Awards? That was the product of a Baylor graduate. Specifically, it was created by a startup company, Pulse Evolution, headed by CEO Frank Patterson, BA ’85, MA ’87. Patterson is also the dean of the Florida State University College of Motion Picture …
May
1
2014
The Spring 2014 issue of Baylor Arts & Sciences magazine is now available for viewing online. This issue contains profiles on Arts & Sciences alumni making a difference in Washington, D.C., a look at the popular new Arabic and Middle East Studies major and a tour of the treasures of Baylor's Martin Museum of Art.
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