“Singing the Sermon: When the Message and the Music Matter” Celebrates Black Sacred Music at the 2017 Pruit Symposium
The 2017 Pruit Symposium proudly presents "Singing the Sermon: When the Message and the Music Matter" October 5-6, featuring keynote speakers Dr. Melvin Butler and Dr. Stephen Newby. Symposium events will be held at George W. Truett Theological Seminary, Armstrong Browning Library, and a gospel sing and celebration will be hosted by Greater Ebenezer Baptist Church.

Baylor Libraries Receive $100,000 Moody Foundation Grant for Upgrades to Moody Memorial Library
In 2018, Moody Memorial Library will celebrate its 50th anniversary as Baylor University’s main campus library. In advance of that significant milestone, the Baylor Libraries have secured a $100,000 grant from the Moody Foundation to begin renovations and upgrades to the historic structure’s first floor.

Name Change Enhances Baylor Library Services
The Baylor Libraries announced today that its Electronic Library will go by a new name: Library and Academic Technology Services.

Education Goes to War: Baylor Educators Gather to Tell Their Remarkable Story
Professor Emeritus Dr. William A. (Bill) Mitchell joins other Baylor educators in telling their story about journeys into Northern Iraq to help a war-torn country prepare for education in the context of democracy, civil rights and freedom.

Farwell and Filgo Selected for Leadership Positions
Baylor's Director of Central Libraries Beth Farwell and Assistant Director of Research and Engagement Ellen Filgo were recently selected to serve in leadership positions for two national organizations in academic librarianship.

ACRL Recognizes Chan-Park for Contributions to Field
The Association for College and Research Libraries (ACRL) honored Dr. Christina Chan-Park, science and engineering reference librarian, today as their Member of the Week.

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