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Crane Scholars Alumni Association
We are pleased to announce to you the founding of the Crane Scholars Alumni Association.

National scholarship programs come calling for Baylor students
Recent announcements of prestigious scholarships awarded to Baylor students include Crane Scholar Jeff Cross, recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship.

First ID of immigrant remains in Brooks County
Baylor forensic anthropologist and Crane Scholar mentor Dr. Lori Baker and her team reach a milestone with the first identification of an unknown immigrant's body in Brooks County, continuing Baker's efforts to bring closure for families missing loved ones

Annual Crane Scholars Retreat Planned for March
The annual Crane Scholars retreat will be held March 21-23 at Moon River Ranch. Leaders will include Elizabeth Newman, Rev. Bill Miscamble, C.S.C., Anne Langhorne Jeffrey, and Gideon Jeffrey.

Conyers Leader Gravagne & Crane Leader Buras Featured in Story on Faculty in Residence at Baylor
The Waco Tribune-Herald has a cover story today about the families of faculty in residence at Baylor that features Ian Gravagne (leader in the Institute's Conyers Scholars Program for graduate students) and Todd Buras (leader in the Crane Scholars Program for undergraduates).

Senior Crane Scholar Amy Welch Receives Special Permission to Study Roman Wall Paintings From Pompeii
Amy Welch, a senior University Scholar and Crane Scholar, traveled to Italy this summer to conduct research at Pompeii for her Honors thesis on Roman wall painting.

Crane Scholar Taylor Kohn Receives Fulbright Scholarship
Taylor Kohn, a senior University Scholar and participant in the Crane Scholars Program, is one of four current and former Baylor students who received a Fulbright Scholarship in 2013.

Crane Scholar David Welch Selected for "The Pulse" Lecture and Phi Beta Kappa Award
David Welch, a senior majoring in great texts a participant of the Crane Scholars program, delivered the 2013 student lecture of The Pulse, Baylor's Undergraduate Research Journal, and received the Wallace Daniel Award from Phi Beta Kappa.

Crane Scholar Taylor Hoogendoorn Elected to Be Student Regent
Taylor Hoogendoorn, a junior Baylor Business Fellow and Crane Scholar from Elmhurst, Ill., with majors in economics, finance and mathematics, has been elected by the Baylor Board of Regents to serve a one-year term as a non-voting Student Regent.

Learning to the Glory of God
Crane Scholar and "third-generation Baylor Bear" Rachel Butcher is featured in a story in the latest issue of Baylor Magazine.

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