News Archives – June 2007

Jun
25
2007
Baylor University is among the most productive research universities in the nation, according to a new study released by Academic Analytics, a corporation based in Stony Brook, N.Y. that measures faculty scholarly productivity. Baylor also placed in the top 10 among large research universities in Texas, defined as institutions with 15 or more Ph.D. programs across multiple disciplines.
Jun
22
2007
A physical monument is in place for the first time in Baylor University history to honor the memory of 10 students, known as the Immortal Ten, who died in a tragic accident near Austin more than 80 years ago.
Jun
19
2007
Baylor University has added another Fulbright Scholar to its growing number of students who have received the prestigious honor. Joy McCullough, a recent University Scholar graduate from Los Alamos, N.M., will study aquatic toxicology in Finland beginning this fall on a Fulbright Scholarship.
Jun
18
2007
Baylor University held a ceremonial groundbreaking ceremony for the McMullen-Connally Faculty Center on Friday, May 11, at the construction site on South Fifth Street between Speight and Bagby Avenues.
Jun
18
2007
Baylor University ceremonially broke ground for the Alwin O. and Dorothy Highers Athletics Complex and the Simpson Athletics and Academic Center on Thursday, May 10, at the construction site on University Parks Drive. The main focus of the Victory with Integrity campaign for Baylor athletics, this $34 million facility will enhance both Baylor football and the development of all student-athletes.
Jun
15
2007
Baylor University President John M. Lilley released the following statement today about the passing of Ruth Graham, wife of renowned evangelist Billy Graham and mother of Baylor regent Anne Graham Lotz.
Jun
7
2007
Love letters written by a Civil War soldier in the early 1860s have crossed into the digital age, thanks to a local physician and the Baylor University Electronic Library.
Jun
7
2007
A $250,000 gift from Don A. and Ruth Vernon Buchholz of Dallas brought Baylor University's Louise Herrington School of Nursing Simulator Fund halfway to its goal - and comes with a challenge for other School of Nursing supporters to fully fund the $500,000 project.
Jun
6
2007
Longtime Baylor University supporter Anna Elizabeth Sturgis Jeanes died at her home in Waco on June 6. Jeanes was a beloved wife, friend, community leader and member of the Baylor family.
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