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Looking Back at Masterful Teacher Ann Miller
The late Ann Miller was one of Baylor's first two Master Teachers, and her influence has led to countless Baylor students nurturing a love of literature and poetry. The latest issue of Baylor Arts & Sciences magazine takes a fond look back at Miller's life and enduring legacy.

The Life-changing Legacy of James Vardaman
During his more than 30 years teaching at Baylor, Dr. James Vardaman gave countless students a love for history and introduced many of them to the wonders and pleasures of world travel. In an article in the latest issue of Baylor Arts & Sciences magazine, Dr. Vardaman talks about his path to Baylor, his undiminished love of reading, and how the relationships he fostered with his students remain one of his most treasured legacies.

Baylor Geologists Receive National Honors
Faculty and students from Baylor University’s Department of Geology have received national honors and recognition recently for a variety of projects.

Holly Tucker: Finding My Voice
Singer Holly Tucker, who received her BA degree in communication from Baylor University on May 16, first stepped onto the national stage in April 2013 as a contestant on the popular NBC-TV show The Voice. In a first person essay, Tucker shares what her Baylor experience has been like and talks about her future plans.

English major is inaugural recipient of Baylor scholarship created by staff members
Mira Benthul, a freshman English major from Lorena, Texas, is the inaugural recipient of the Baylor University Staff Endowed Scholarship.

Dean Nordt Announces Realignment of College of Arts & Sciences Leadership Structure and Responsibilities
The Baylor College of Arts & Sciences been organized into two academic divisions, each under the leadership of a divisional dean.

Baylor's Collins Outstanding Professor Shows Authentic Leadership
WACO, Texas (April 20, 2012) - Every spring since 1994, Baylor University's graduating class has selected one outstanding Baylor professor, and this year's star is Blair Browning, Ph.D., assistant professor of communication studies.

Baylor Student Places First at Texas State Japanese Speech Contest
A Baylor sophomore was awarded first place at the 23rd annual Texas State Japanese Language Speech Contest on Saturday, March 10, at Rice University in Houston.

Baylor German Professor Selected to Attend Fulbright-Sponsored Seminar in Germany
Jennifer L. Good, Ph.D., associate professor of German in the College of Arts & Sciences at Baylor University, has been selected to attend the 2012 Baden-Württemberg Seminar for American Faculty in German and German Studies this summer at the University of Tübingen in Tübingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.

The Hunger Games -- a New Film about an Adolescent Fight-to-the-Death Contest -- Reflects Society's Anxiety about 'Dog-Eat-Dog Capitalism,' Baylor University Culture Critic Says
The movie The Hunger Games, a story about adolescents in a post-apocalyptic survival contest, opens in theaters March 23 and offers "a perfect tale of apprehension for our time" of financial upheaval and a bleak job market, says a Baylor University culture critic and author.

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