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9/23/2014
Sept. 22, 2014
VIDEO: For the third straight year, Baylor student-athletes from all of the Bears' athletic teams gathered at the Ferrell Center to pack more than 100,000 meals to send to starving children in the developing world through a partnership with the Minnesota-based ministry Feed My Starving Children. Interviewed for the story are Chris Sanders, Baylor football student-athlete, and Conner Daniels, Baylor equestrian student-athlete.
9/23/2014
Sept. 22, 2014
Baylor student-athletes and coaches were busy Monday packing more than 100,000 meals to feed starving children in developing countries. Through a partnership with the Minneapolis/St. Paul ministry, “Feed My Starving Children-, 500 students packed a total of 108,000 meals that will feed nearly 300 children in 70 countries. Quoted in the article is Director of Athletics Ian McCaw: "This event embodies our department's core values and is a prime example of what makes Baylor so unique and special."
9/23/2014
Sept. 22, 2014
VIDEO: Through a partnership with the Minneapolis/St. Paul ministry, “Feed My Starving Children-, 500 Baylor student-athletes and coaches were busy Monday packing more than 100,000 meals to feed starving children in developing countries. Baylor student-athletes and coaches have participated in this effort for the last two years and have packed nearly 218,000 meals for the ministry.
9/23/2014
Sept. 23, 2014
VIDEO: Through a partnership with the Minneapolis/St. Paul ministry, “Feed My Starving Children-, 500 Baylor student-athletes and coaches were busy Monday packing more than 100,000 meals to feed starving children in developing countries. Baylor student-athletes and coaches have participated in this effort for the last two years and have packed nearly 218,000 meals for the ministry.
9/23/2014
Sept. 23, 2014
VIDEO: Baylor student-athletes and coaches packed more than 100,000 meals for the Feed My Starving Children ministry Monday at the Ferrell Center. Interviewed are Nancy Post, associate athletic director and senior women's administrator, baseball student-athlete Case Smith and equestrian student-athlete Kathe Riddle.

Research

9/23/2014
Sept. 22, 2014
This story about a new LifeWay Research survey, which found that Protestant clergy rarely preach about mental illness and onely one-quarter of congregations have a plan to assist families of the mentally ill, also mentions a Baylor University study of 70 seminaries. The Baylor study, which found that seminaries do little to train ministers to recognize mental illness and refer individuals to a doctor or psychologist, was led by Matthew S. Stanford, professor of psychology and neuroscience in Baylor’s College of Arts & Sciences. (Terry Goodrich, assistant director of Baylor Media Communications, covers psychology faculty and research and pitched this story to national media.)
9/23/2014
Sept. 18, 2014
When making policy decisions, state legislators are more attentive to the political opinions of wealthy citizens than those of poor citizens, according to a new Baylor University study by Patrick Flavin, Ph.D., assistant professor of political science in Baylor's College of Arts & Sciences. The study, titled "Lobbying Regulations and Political Equality in the American States,- is published online in the American Politics Research journal and concluded that stricter regulations on professional lobbyists could promote more equal political representation. (Terry Goodrich, assistant director of Baylor Media Communications, covers research and faculty in the political science department and placed this story.)

Faculty in the News

9/23/2014
Sept. 23, 2014
Bryan Shaw, Ph.D., assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry in Baylor’s College of Arts & Sciences, is receiving national attention for his effort to create a free smartphone app to warn shutterbug parents of a glow in young children’s eyes " a white reflection from a camera’s flash " that could signal a rare cancer. (Tonya Lewis, assistant director of Baylor Media Communications, pitched this story to national media in November 2013.)
9/23/2014
Sept. 19, 2014
Blaine McCormick, Ph.D., chair of the management department in Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business, co-authored this Forbes editorial, which responds to the publishing of this year’s Beloit College “Mindset List- " an annual list addressing the current year’s college freshmen and what they know about life. In the editorial, the authors address free-market capitalism and offer “six areas where current freshmen knowledge offers both opportunities " and dangers " for the U.S. economy.- (Eric Eckert, media communications specialist for Baylor Media Communications, covers research and faculty in Hankamer School of Business.)
9/23/2014
Sept. 22, 2014
Article on the findings of a survey that revealed more Americans want politics preached from church pulpits quotes Andrew Hogue, Ph.D., director of the Civic Education & Community Service Program and lecturer of political science at Baylor. (Terry Goodrich, assistant director of Baylor Media Communications, covers research and faculty in the department of political science.)

Alumni

9/23/2014
Sept. 19, 2014
Six former Baylor standout student-athletes " Yulanda Nelson (track & field, 1996-99), Adrian Robinson (football, 1992-95), Richard Stevens (football, 1967-69), Jon Topolski (baseball, 1996-99), Ted Uhlaender (baseball, 1959-61) and Jeremy Wariner (track & field, 2003-04) -- comprise Baylor University’s 55th Athletic Hall of Fame class and will be honored during Homecoming weekend, Oct. 31-Nov. 1. Former Baylor letterman Mike Bourland (football) has been selected to join the Hall of Fame's Wall of Honor.
9/23/2014
Sept. 18, 2014
Clark Hood, B.B.A. ’85, has been named vice president of worldwide resuscitation sales for Oxysure Systems, Inc. With more than 25 years of experience in the healthcare profession, Hood has held sales and management positions within companies such as Cardiac Science, BrainLab Inc. and U.S. Surgical Corporation.

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