This year, Baylor University’s aviation sciences program has achieved a milestone—the 25th anniversary of a degree program that produces innovative research in atmospheric and space sciences and trains the next generation of pilots and leaders in the aviation industry.
Baylor’s investment in new technological resources to strengthen efforts to help students determine their personal strengths, succeed academically and graduate in four years, has begun to show results.
With the opening of the department’s new facilities in the renovated Cashion Academic Building this fall—thanks to the generosity of an anonymous $10 million gift—CSD now has the opportunity to push the boundaries of excellence to a new level.
Partnership is a cornerstone of Baylor’s School of Education. As it continues to strengthen its long-standing ties with area school districts, Baylor faculty and education students support the University’s mission in serving their community while receiving hands-on experience in the classroom.
The parents of a current Baylor student have made a gift to the University that will make possible life-changing mission experiences for several Baylor students this summer, as well as for future students in the years to come.
This summer, 20 members of Baylor’s faculty from across disciplines and across campus came together for the University’s longest running professional development program for faculty – the Summer Faculty Institute (SFI).
This column highlights books recommended by Baylor’s school/college deans. Challenging, compelling and thought- provoking, these literary selections are meant to inspire new ideas and encourage the Baylor community to invest in the habit of reading.
Each semester freshman and transfer students begin their academic journey at Baylor University. Often adjusting to a new city, school, roommates and friends, they learn to balance new classes as well. It can be overwhelming, but with the right support it can also be a time of immense growth and development.