Paul L. Foster Makes Historic $35 Million Gift to Baylor University for New Business School Building, Baylor Stadium
Baylor University announced today that the University has received a $35 million gift from Paul L. Foster, BBA '79, of El Paso, which represents the largest gift from a living alumnus in Baylor's history. Foster's gift will support the University's $100 million campaign to construct a new 275,000-square foot facility - to be named the Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation - which will house Baylor's Hankamer School of Business. His gift also will support Baylor Stadium - the University's football stadium currently under construction on campus - at the Founders level.
Baylor Regents Approve Design Development for New School of Business Building, New PhD in Health Services Research
Among other business at their spring meeting, the Baylor University Board of Regents voted to move forward in developing the design for the proposed new School of Business building. In addition, they approved a new PhD program in health services research.
Baylor's Accelerated Ventures Program Honored by Southwestern Business Deans' Association
The Southwestern Business Deans' Association has named Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business the 2013 Bobby G. Bizzell Innovative Achievement Award winner for its Accelerated Ventures Program.
Baylor Angel Network Continues to Gain Momentum
The Baylor Angel Network enters its fifth year of operations with 40 angels and 149 investments.
New Baylor Business Review: Management, Leadership and Strategy in the 21st Century
In this issue of the Baylor Business Review, we explore management, leadership and business strategy in the 21st century.
Baylor's Entrepreneurship Program Ranked Third in the Nation by Bloomberg BusinessWeek
Bloomberg BusinessWeek has ranked the innovative entrepreneurship program at Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business third in the country. Baylor was the highest ranked school in Texas.
Learning in 360: Managing Start-ups on Steroids (BBR)
At age 14, Aaron Fitzgerald began looking for ways to earn money. He started doing odd jobs for neighbors and family friends. Less than five years later, he had 15 employees and more than 500 clients. And he had yet to graduate from high school. So when the senior Finance and Entrepreneurship major from Conifer, Colo., heard about Baylor's Accelerated Ventures program, it seemed like a natural fit.
BAN To Fund Baylor Start-ups
KWKT: Four start-up companies owned by students in Baylor University's Accelerated Ventures Program have been funded by members of Baylor Angel Network (BAN), an investor network providing early stage capital to entrepreneurs with developed business plans. Kevin Castello, BAN executive director, is quoted in the article.
Baylor's Student Start-ups Are Funded by Members of Baylor Angel Network through BAN AV Investment Fund One, LLC
Four start-up companies owned by students in Baylor University's Accelerated Ventures Program have been funded by members of Baylor Angel Network through BAN AV Investment Fund One, LLC.
109 Prisoners To Seek Certificates in Entrepreneurship from Baylor University in Partnership with Prison Entrepreneurship Program
Earlier this year, 109 male prisoners began to pursue their Certificates in Entrepreneurship from Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business through a partnership with the Prison Entrepreneurship Program.