"The Rise and Fall of Enron," an article written by Dr. C. William Thomas, professor of accounting, has been selected by Encyclopaedia Britannica for inclusion in its online version of Annals of America, a 22-volume collection of primary documents covering various subjects and perspectives in American history.
Dr. Alden Smith, chair of classics and director of the University Scholars program, has been named interim president of the Vergilian Society, a 67-year-old organization that promotes the study of Vergil.
After two years of construction, Baylor formally dedicated its much-anticipated Jeanes Discovery Center, the centerpiece of the Sue and Frank Mayborn Natural Science and Cultural History Museum Complex (photo feature).
Baylor's Board of Regents approved a 2004-05 fiscal year budget of $341 million -- a 9.1 percent, or $28.5 million increase over the current operating budget -- and elected Will Davis of Austin as board chair.
The Symposium on Science and Appropriate Technology for Developing Countries at Baylor brought together interested scientists, funding agencies and others who can offer solutions in science and technology to improve the lives of people in developing countries.