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The Baylor Impact is published quarterly by the Baylor School of Education.

The Baylor Impact
School of Education
Baylor University
One Bear Place #97304
Waco, TX 76798-7304

(254) 710-3111
BaylorImpact@baylor.edu


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Click Below for the Current Full Issue

Impact Fall 2014
Annual Report
(Vol. 8, No. 1)


Welcome!

Baylor School of Education Impact Newsletter


The Impact newsletter, mailed three times a year to School of Education (SOE) graduates, has received a redesign, and this website is under construction.

You can read the Fall 2014 issue of Impact in pdf form by clicking the link on the left. This issue contains a special center spread "annual report" and other stories about the happenings and accomplishments of the SOE over the 2013-14 academic year. We hope you enjoy catching up with the SOE!

Jodi Mug - 150And don't miss the Web Extra on Dr. Jodi Duron, superintendent of Elgin ISD near Austin, Texas. (Pictured at right) Dr. Duron is a three-time graduate of the School of Education. While the Impact story with Dr. Duron is a Q&A format, the Web Extra gives you some insight from her former professors in the SOE.

Each issue of Impact will bring you a new alumni profile, highlighting the accomplishments of our graduates and the interesting vovations they are pursuing.

In Impact, you'll also find information about your former professors, current students, departmental news, a message from the dean and more. If you are not receiving the Impact in the mail, please send an email to Meg Cullar, Director of Communications for the School of Education.


Discover more about ways to assist students or programs in the Baylor School of Education by contacting Blake Harris, Director of Development, Education at:

Blake_Harris@baylor.edu.
(254) 710-8475 or 800-BAYLOR-U, option 4

The Baylor Impact is published three times a year by the School of Education at Baylor University to inform alumni and friends of the ongoing work and contributions of the School, its programs, faculty, staff, students, and graduates.

If you know of a story connected to Baylor School of Education that needs to be told, please let us know about it. Your story might be our next feature. Send your ideas and comments to Meg Cullar, editor, BaylorImpact@baylor.edu.



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