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A Study Has Revealed the Best Part of Your Workday to Take a Break
Lovin Dublin: This article references widely-published research by professors of management, Emily Hunter and Cindy Wu, on key characteristics of good work breaks.
Why We Can't Put Our Smartphones Down - and What it's Doing to Our Relationships
New Atlas: Research on phone snubbing, or "phubbing," published by professors of marketing, James Roberts and Meredith David, is cited in this article about how smartphones harm relationships.
Baylor Programs Ranked in 2018 U.S. News Grad School Survey
WACO, Texas (March 14, 2017) – Baylor University graduate programs in law, business, nursing and health disciplines, education, engineering, the sciences and social sciences and humanities were among those nationally ranked in the 2018 U.S. News Best Graduate Schools rankings, released today.
Video: Is ‘Phubbing’ a Frustration in Your Love Life? You’re Not Alone
CBS Detroit: This video puts a spotlight on research by professors of marketing, James Roberts and Meredith David, about "phubbing," or "phone snubbing," and its harmful effects on relationships.
Hygge, Fika and How Getting Cozy Can Make You Happier
Daily Burn: Cited in this article about ways to become happier, healthier, and more productive is research by professors of management, Emily Hunter and Cindy Wu, about the benefits of workday breaks and the best times to take them.
Social Security Tips to Maximize Your Benefits
Kiplinger: Professor of finance, William Reichenstein, is credited in this article about Social Security tips and calculating the best time to retire.
Video: Baylor Researchers Explore the Benefits of Standing While You Work
KXXV (ABC): This story spotlights research by Cindy Wu, professor of management, and Renee Umstattd Meyer, professor of HHPR, about standing desks and their health benefits.
Are Smartphones Killing the Art of Face-to-Face Conversation? We Ask the Experts
Digital Trends: Professor of marketing, James Roberts, is interviewed in this article about the findings of his research on "phone snubbing," or "phubbing," and its impact on relationships. His research was published in academic publications and in his book: Too Much of a Good Thing: Are You Addicted to Your Smartphone?
For Schools, Gambling Funding is No Jackpot
CityLab (The Atlantic): Professor of economics, and author of "Gambling in America: Costs and Benefits," Earl Grinols, is quoted in this article about how pledged state funding for public schools from lottery and casino taxes get reallocated to other areas instead.
Two Studies to Ponder
Higher Ed Strategy: Research by professor of entrepreneurship, Peter Klein, about decreased innovation output from university-affiliated incubators is featured in this piece.