Have questions about Title IX training?

Faculty and staff are required to complete the Title IX course to better understand their rights, responsibilities, options, and resources. However, questions do arise even about the course itself. Here, you can find answers to many of your questions regarding the course and Title IX in general.

Understanding Title IX

Learn your rights, options, and resources under Title IX.

Fall Faculty Meeting Thursday

Faculty are invited to the fall faculty meeting Thursday, August 27 at Waco Hall.

1660 ESPN Radio (Waco): Interview with Tony Heath

Aug. 23, 2015
Transcript of an interview conducted by 1660 ESPN Radio host David Smoak with Pearland High School head football coach Tony Heath. Heath spoke to 1660 about his former player Sam Ukwuachu and Heath's conversation with Boise State and Baylor coaches prior to Ukwuachu's transfer.

Football. Can't Make It To Dallas?

Can't make itto Dallas for Baylor football's game vs. SMU? Find out how to get your fix of BU football with our fan connection central.

Cross Country. Montoya Leads Cross Country To Bear Twilight Title

Picking up where she left off in the spring, Baylor junior Maggie Montoya ran a sizzling meet-record time of 13:24.4 to win the season-opening Bear Twilight Invitational Tuesday night at the HOT Soccer Complex.

Cross Country. Cross Country Women Take Bear Twilight Title, Men Second

With three runners in the top eight, including the champion, the Baylor women's cross country team claimed the Bear Twilight Invitational for a ninth-straight year Tuesday at the H.O.T. Soccer Complex. The men's squad took second at the season-opening meet.

W. Tennis. Women’s Tennis Welcomes New Assistant Coach

Baylor women's tennis head coach Joey Scrivano announced the addition of former South Alabama women's tennis player Emily Newton as the program's new volunteer assistant coach Tuesday.

Alum turns passion for barbecue into service for El Paso’s homeless

Many barbecue fans travel all over Texas for great brisket and sausage, making it their mission to find the state’s best barbecue. As a Baylor student, Blake Barrow was one of them, regularly driving over 100 miles to find the best barbecue. Now, he’s making barbecue a part of his mission — by serving brisket, sausage […]

Who’s the most #BaylorProud? Vote now!

A few weeks ago, we asked you, Baylor Nation, to post pictures to Twitter and Instagram of how you show your Baylor pride. After sorting through hundreds of photos, we’ve picked 29 finalists for the “Are You #BaylorProud?” photo contest. Now, it’s your turn to choose the winner. Between now and Sept. 3, go to this photo gallery on the […]

New commercial showcases Baylor professors’ caring nature

Viewers who tune in Friday’s Baylor-SMU football game — a nationally televised contest on ESPN — will see more than just a good football team; they’ll also get a glimpse at the heart of Baylor, as the university’s new 30-second commercial makes its debut. But you, Baylor family, don’t have to wait; you can see it […]

Big dreams, bigger talent: No. 4-ranked Baylor football set to open 2015 season

One week from today, Baylor football will kick off the 2015 season at SMU (6 p.m., ESPN). Coming off back-to-back Big 12 titles, the Bears will begin the year ranked No. 4 in the nation — the program’s best-ever preseason ranking. Why so high? For starters, Baylor returns 17 of 22 starters from last year’s […]

Congratulations

Adrienne Harris & Steven Jug

Congratulations to faculty members Adrienne Harris and spouse Steven Jug, modern languages and cultures, on the birth of their daughter, Anastasia Maria Jug, June 11, 2015.

Alexander Engebretson

Congratulations to Alexander Engebretson, english department, and spouse, Julie, on the birth of their daughter, Evelyn Anne Engebretson, May 8, 2015.

Andrea Woodard

Congratulations to faculty member Andrea Woodard, modern languages and culturess, and spouse, Aaron, on the birth of their daughter, Anastasia Rose Woodard, May 17, 2015.

Britni Newman

Congratulations to staff member Britni Newman, athletics, and spouse, Joshua, on the birth of their son, John Brooks Newman, May 7, 2015.

With Sympathy

CJ Werner

Sympathies to the family and friends of Baylor student Christopher (CJ) Werner who passed away September 1, 2015.

Carroll Crowson

Sympathies to Baylor staff member Carroll Crowson, academic support programs department, on the death of of her father, Mr. Stephen Bonner, on August 29, 2015.

Ronnie Carter

Sympathies to the family and friends of Baylor student Ronnie Carter who passed away on Thursday, August 27th, 2015.

Anna Burton

Sympathies to staff member Anna Burton, Piper Child Development Center, on the death of her father, Mr. Thomas “Tom” Burton on August 21, 2015.

Baylor Lariat: Students spend summer soaking up culture

Sept. 2, 2015
Article about how various Baylor students are attempting to integrate life lessons from experiences over the summer as they transition back to school. Whether from study abroad, an internship in a big city or a mission trip, coming back to school with a new perspective on the world can be challenging.

College Planning & Management: College Rank Names The 50 Most Beautiful Campus Quads

Aug. 31, 2015
Baylor is the only Texas school listed by College Rank as being among the 50 universities with the most beautiful campus quads.

International Business Times: How to spot a psychopath through yawns, sense of smell and speech patterns

Aug. 29, 2015
A Baylor study published earlier this month found people with psychopathic characteristics are less likely to yawn after seeing someone else yawn than people who are empathetic. Quoted is Brian Rundel, a doctoral student in psychology and neuroscience at Baylor University’s College of Arts & Sciences. Rundel is quoted. (Terry Goodrich, assistant director of Baylor Media Communications, pitched this story nationally. She covers psychology research and faculty.)

MyInforms.com: The greater a country's gender equality in employment, the higher its homicide rate

Aug. 25, 2015
Countries with greater workforce equality have higher murder rates, a new international Baylor study suggests. While greater gender equality does not cause an increase in homicides, the results indicate a definite correspondence, according to the study, presented at the American Sociological Association’s meeting in Chicago. Quoted is researcher Katie Corcoran, Ph.D., who says that men may “perceive women’s increasing economic attainment as directly threatening.” Corcoran is a fellow in Baylor's Institute for Studies of Religion and associate professor of sociology and anthropology at West Virginia University. (Terry Goodrich, assistant director of Baylor Media Communications, pitched and placed this story. She covers sociology research and faculty.)

Board of Regents Announces Outside Counsel

WACO, Texas (Sept. 2, 2015) – Baylor University’s Board of Regents announced today that they have retained the services of the Philadelphia law firm Pepper Hamilton LLP, to conduct a thorough and independent external investigation into the university’s handling of cases of alleged sexual violence. The investigation will be led by partners Gina Maisto Smith and Leslie Gomez, well-recognized experts in the institutional response to all aspects of sexual misconduct matters.

Board of Regents Announces Outside Counsel

WACO, Texas (Sept. 2, 2015) – Baylor University’s Board of Regents announced today that they have retained the services of the Philadelphia law firm Pepper Hamilton LLP, to conduct a thorough and independent external investigation into the university’s handling of cases of alleged sexual violence. The investigation will be led by partners Gina Maisto Smith and Leslie Gomez, well-recognized experts in the institutional response to all aspects of sexual misconduct matters.

Baylor to Debut New Television Commercial Sept. 4

WACO, Texas (Aug. 31, 2015) – Baylor University will debut its new television commercial during Friday’s nationally televised football game between Baylor and SMU. The featured game on ESPN, the Bears and Mustangs will kick off at 6 p.m. at Gerald J. Ford Stadium in Dallas.

“The Rise and Fall of Atticus Finch?” Examined in Event Hosted by the Baylor Law School

WACO, Texas (Aug. 28, 2015) – Atticus Finch from Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning book “To Kill a Mockingbird” has been a longstanding literary hero, but the publication of the sequel, “Go Set a Watchman,” leaves his hero status in question.

Sep. 4 4:00-6:00pmVolleyball vs. Sam Houston State
Sep. 4 6:00-9:00pmFootball at SMU
Sep. 4 6:30-9:30pmSoccer at Sam Houston State
Sep. 5 10:00am - 12:00pmVolleyball vs. Coppin State
Sep. 5 7:00-9:00pmVolleyball vs. Cal Poly
Sep. 6 1:00-4:00pmSoccer at Incarnate Word
Sep. 11 4:00-7:00pmSoccer at UTSA vs. Louisiana-Lafayette
Sep. 24 11:30am - 1:00pmFall Staff Forum Luncheon
Oct. 14 12:00-4:30pmBenefits Expo