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Invitation: Chief Diversity Officer Town Hall Meetings

As mentioned by Dr. Trevathan during the Fall Staff Forum, please make plans to attend one of the meetings offered.

Benefit Expo set for October 14th, Noon - 4:30

Faculty and staff are encouraged to attend the 2015 Benefits Expo at Barfield Drawing Room. Visit with benefit providers, chat with retirement plan professionals and learn about the NEW online system for your 2016 Open Enrollment: SmartBen

Annual Supplier Fair, Catering Expo & Supply Swap Event

Save the date: Wednesday, October 28th, 9am-1PM

M. Golf. Men’s Golf Finishes Eighth at Jerry Pate

Baylor men’s golf placed eighth at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate, after shooting 6-over 286 in Tuesday’s final round at The Old Overton Club. The Bears carded 19-over-par 859 for the 54-hole tournament.

Baseball. Baseball Announces 2016 Schedule

Baylor baseball announced its 2016 schedule Tuesday, featuring 52 overall games and 32 at home.

W. Tennis. Women’s Tennis Set For ITA All-American Championships

Baylor women's tennis players Kiah Generette and Blair Shankle will take part in the Riviera/ITA Women's All-American Championships, beginning Tuesday in Pacific Palisades, Calif.

M. Golf. Men’s Golf in Eighth at Jerry Pate

Baylor men’s golf is in eighth place at 13-over-par 573 after Monday’s two rounds of play at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate. The Bears shot 9-over-par 289 in the first round and improved in the second round to 4-over-par 284, placing them seven strokes back of the top-five entering Tuesday’s final round at The Old Overton Club.

Yet another Bear to lead Baylor Scott and White as board chair

Look closely, and you’ll find Baylor’s influence throughout the state of Texas’ largest non-profit health system. It starts with the system’s name: Baylor Scott & White Health. And since 2000, the system and its predecessor have been led by president and CEO Joel Allison, a 1970 Baylor graduate. Now this month, there’s a change at the top, […]

Baylor grad turns double-decker bus into rolling fundraiser for orphans’ needs

There’s a big, red, double-decker bus on campus today that has traveled to dozens of college campuses across the country over the last three years. At each stop, the bus galvanizes college students to raise money to serve orphans using items they have in their closets and drawers. Each campus contributes something that makes a […]

Christian artist Tedashii returns to Baylor, where he found his faith

If you listen to Christian radio, you’re likely familiar with Lecrae. The chart-topping artist is one of the biggest music stories of the year, his “Cinderella rise” having been propelled by coverage everywhere from Rolling Stone to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. But what do you know about Tedashii, Lecrae’s opening act for Friday’s concert at Waco Hall? First, you should […]

Expert panels highlight Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation dedication

Friday afternoon marked the dedication of Baylor’s new Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation. The Hankamer School of Business celebrated with a full day of events, beginning with a dedication ceremony in the morning followed by a “Leadership + Innovation Summit” in the afternoon that featured a “who’s who” of Baylor alumni. At the […]


Alanna Martinez

Congratulations to staff member Alanna Martinez, graduate school, and spouse, Nieves, on the birth of their daughters, Sabrina Rose Martinez and Bianca Jane Martinez, May 26, 2015.

Brian Sitton

Congratulations to staff member Brian Sitton, electronic library, and spouse, Jennifer, on the birth of their son, Benjamin Samuel Sitton, August 8, 2015.

Daniel Hare

Congratulations to staff member Daniel Hare, law school, and spouse, Adrienne, on the birth of their daughter, Dylan Sue Hare, June 25, 2015.

Dionne Brown-Campbell

Congratulations to staff member Dionne Brown-Campbell, athletics, and spouse, Marcus, on the birth of their daughter, Camdyn Marie Rose Campbell, July 23, 2015.

With Sympathy

Diamond Teel

Sympathies to Baylor student Diamond Teel on the death of her father, Mr. Dwight Teel, on September 17, 2015.

Kenneth Glomb

Sympathies to staff member Kenneth Glomb, ITS Client Services, on the death of his mother, Mrs. Irene Glomb, on September 25, 2015.

Kevin Tankersley

Sympathies to faculty member Kevin Tankersle, journalism department, on the death of his mother, Mrs. Linda Tankersley on September 22, 2015.

Patricia Tolbert

Sympathies to staff member Patricia Tolbert, institutional effectiveness department, on the death of her father, Dr. Sidney Hesterly, on September 1, 2015.

CNN: Did you get phubbed by your boss?

Oct. 6, 2015
Opinion piece about “phubbing” — phone snubbing — by James A. Roberts, Ph.D., The Ben H. Williams Professor of Marketing in Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business. Roberts and Meredith David, Ph.D., assistant professor of marketing, did a study about “partner phubbing,” which confirmed that paying too much attention to cellphones is damaging romantic relationships and leading to higher levels of depression. In this article, Roberts, author of “Too Much of a Good Thing: Are You Addicted to Your Smartphone?” suggests that “boss phubbing” — being snubbed by a supervisor whose attention is diverted to a cellphone — is wreaking havoc on workplace relationships and productivity. (Eric Eckert, Baylor Media Communications specialist, is pitching Roberts’ research nationally. He covers faculty and research in the Hankamer School of Business.)

Essence: Stop “Pphubbing”: New Research Shows What Happens When You Focus More On Your Phone Than Your Lover

Oct. 5, 2015
This Essence article centers on the damages caused by “pphubbing” – partner phone snubbing – which occurs when one romantic partner ignores the other to use his or her cellphone. Co-authors James A. Roberts, Ph.D., The Ben H. Williams Professor of Marketing, and Meredith David, Ph.D., assistant professor of marketing in Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business, published the study confirming that “pphubbing” can create conflict and lead to depression. Roberts and David quoted. (Eric Eckert, Baylor Media Communications specialist, has pitched and placed this story nationally. He covers faculty and research in the Hankamer School of Business.)

First Things: The Crisis In International Religious Freedom

Oct. 6, 2015
Essay by David Corey, Ph.D., associate professor of political philosophy in Baylor’s College of Arts & Sciences, who writes about two recent lectures at Baylor on religious persecution and lack of American concern given by former congressman Frank Wolf, now The Jerry and Susie Wilson Chair of Religious Freedom at Baylor, and Princeton Professor Robert P. George, who currently serves as the Chair of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom. “If Americans do not care about the state of religious liberty around the world, neither will their government, nor will the leaders of other nations,” Corey writes. “Americans have historically been the most outspoken proponents of religious liberty in modern history. Should we fall silent now, either out of ignorance or apathy, the effects will be disastrous.”

Joe A. Diaz Collection Features Work by Luis Jiménez at Baylor University’s Martin Museum of Art

WACO, Texas (Oct. 6, 2015) – Selections from the Joe A. Diaz Collection, including work by renowned artist Luis Jiménez, are currently on display at Baylor University’s Martin Museum of Art. The exhibit will continue until Sunday, Nov. 15. A reception with remarks by Joe A. Diaz will take place from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 8.

National Commission on Hunger Members to Discuss Progress and Goals at Together at the Table: Hunger and Poverty Summit Oct. 7-9 at Baylor

WACO, Texas (Oct. 6, 2015) – Several members of the National Commission on Hunger are coming together at the national <i>Together at the Table: Hunger & Poverty Summit</i> at Baylor University, Oct. 7-9, to discuss their experience on the Commission and what they hope to see come of their work, in the near and long-term future.

People with Higher ‘Intellectual Arrogance’ Get Better Grades, Baylor Study Finds

WACO, Texas (Oct. 6, 2015) — People who think they know it all — or at least, know a lot — may be on to something, according to a Baylor University study.

Texas Association of School Psychologists Recognizes Outstanding Baylor Faculty Member and Student

WACO, Texas (Oct. 6, 2015) – The Texas Association of School Psychologists (TASP) has recognized Baylor University faculty member Kristen Mainor and graduate student Allen Mom for their outstanding performance in the practice and study of school psychology.