News Archives – April 2005

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Apr
8
2005
HP has named Mark Hurd, a 1979 Baylor business graduate, to serve as the company's chief executive officer and president.
Apr
8
2005
Browning Day, a celebration of the birthdays of English poets Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning and former Baylor English department chair Dr. A.J. Armstrong, will be held April 22.
Apr
8
2005
Baylor alumnus Steven Stucky has won the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for Music, and he's believed to be the first BU alumnus ever awarded that prize.
Apr
8
2005
The Hankamer School of Business is producing a new KWBU-FM radio segment called "Business Review" that features business topics affecting the local Waco market as well as regional and statewide business issues.
Apr
8
2005
The 2006 edition of "America's Best Graduate Schools" by U.S.News & World Report ranks Baylor Law School's trial advocacy program as the sixth best in the nation, while Baylor's School of Education is one of only four Texas schools to make it into the magazine's "Top Education Programs" listing.
Apr
8
2005
For the fourth year in a row, Baylor neuroscience students have won the Brain Bowl, an annual event for Texas colleges and universities.
Apr
8
2005
An $850,000 gift from Ed and Denise Crenshaw of Lakeland, Fla., will provide for the construction of a Student Foundation building and student scholarships.
Apr
8
2005
Dr. Julie Sweet, assistant professor of history, and her husband, Dr. Thomas Riley, have been appointed to serve as faculty members in residence at Baylor's North Village Residential Community beginning in May.
Apr
8
2005
The Regent Presidential Search Committee has conducted three listening sessions with faculty, and has scheduled an additional eight meetings during April. The April meetings include Baylor students, staff, alumni, executive council members, and faculty. These sessions give members of the Regent Search Committee the opportunity to hear members of the Baylor family respond to questions posed by search committee consultant Korn/Ferry International.
Apr
8
2005
Dr. Eric Rust has contributed to a World War II documentary that chronicles the work of Joe Desch, the man responsible for code-breaking work that allowed the Allies to read German messages during the war.
Apr
8
2005
The Baylor Lady Bears captured theUniversity's -- and the Big 12's -- first-ever national basketball title with an 84-62 win over Michigan State Tuesday. Take a look at an amazing photo gallery from the big night in Indianapolis.
Apr
8
2005
Baylor's Art Student and Studio Art Faculty Exhibitions will run through April 30, featuring original pieces of ceramics, sculpture, paintings, drawings, prints, photography and fiber created by Baylor students and faculty.
Apr
8
2005
Dr. Pauline Johnson, director of graduate programs at Baylor's Louise Herrington School of Nursing, will retire in May 2005 after 15 years of guiding graduate studies in the school.
Apr
8
2005
The 2005 CASPER Physics Circus, called "The Greatest Physics Circus on Earth," is open at the Mayborn Museum Complex through April 22.
Apr
8
2005
Baylor staff will have the opportunity to express their thoughts concerning the University and the search for its new president to members of the Presidential Search Committee at a meeting April 13 at 10:30 a.m. in the Cashion 5th Floor Banquet Room.
Apr
7
2005
News of births, deaths and other significant events among the Baylor family.
Apr
7
2005
Grant awards and proposals.
Apr
7
2005
Publications, presentations and honors by Baylor faculty and staff.
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