KITALE, Kenya (ABP) -- A Kenyan girl sits with her baby doll in hand, smile on her face, changing the doll's clothes and doing its hair. Minutes later, she places the baby doll into the arms of another child -- with no protests of possession, no sense of selfishness.
In a case of students inspiring the professors, two faculty members in Baylor University's School of Social Work came to their latest area of research partially because of how they witnessed graduate students in the program who are military spouses cope with their challenges.
Suzanne White thought her academic career was behind her. She had earned undergraduate and graduate degrees in political science a decade ago, had married and was at home raising two children. It seemed to her that her course in life was set, and she didn't necessarily like it.