Big things are happening in Baylor’s Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD). Last year, CSD became part of the new Robbins College of Health and Human Sciences. And now, a $10 million gift from anonymous donors will give the program a significant boost moving forward. While the donors’ names will remain unknown — all we know is […]
Baylor Regents Approve $26 Million Renovation of Hankamer Cashion Complex, Celebrate Major Gift
WACO, Texas (July 24, 2015) – At its annual summer meeting, Baylor University’s Board of Regents approved $26 million to renovate the Hankamer Cashion Complex and celebrated the announcement of a historic $10 million gift that will catapult the stature of the department of communication sciences and disorders.
$10 Million Gift Will Transform Baylor’s Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
WACO, Texas (July 22, 2015) – Baylor University today announced a gift of $10 million to the department of communication sciences and disorders that will transform its students’ educational experience, expand its service to those with speech-language needs in Texas and position the department for national impact as a leader in the field of speech language pathology.
Camp Success 2015 Assists Children with Language and Reading Disorders
WACO, Texas (July 15, 2015) – Since summer 2003, Baylor University’s department of communications sciences and disorders (CSD) has partnered with the Waco Scottish Rite Bodies to host Camp Success, a free and dynamic four-week program designed to help children with speech, language and reading challenges.
Communication Sciences and Disorders Public Meeting
The CSD Department and the Baylor Speech and Hearing Clinic would like to invite everyone from the community to provide comments about our program at a public meeting in Neill Morris Hall (room 226). If you are unable to attend, you may email your comments to CSD@baylor.edu.
Mission Waco Donation Clinic News - March 2010
Treating the Physical, Emotional & Spiritual needs of the working poor and homeless while serving as a bridge for getting our patients long-term help...
Baylor programs attain national rankings
Putting Actions To Words
Truett Seminary students don't just hear the Word--they do it.
Baylor Ranks Among Nation's Most Productive Research Universities
A life well lived
Baylor University President Emeritus Herbert H. Reynolds died suddenly May 25 at the age of 77. President John M. Lilley described Reynolds as "a man who was passionate about Christ, his family, religious liberty, and Baylor, and gave his life for all of them." Baylor's 11th president, Reynolds guided the university from 1981 to 1995. His funeral was held May 30 at First Baptist Church of Waco. Former Truett Seminary Dean Paul Powell looked back on his longtime friend's life in this eulogy.