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

The Baylor Impact
School of Education
Baylor University
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Volume 1 Number 3

Welcome
Dr. Rogers
One of the School of Education's most critical activities takes place during the last weeks of March each year. Faculty committees meet to award financial scholarships for the coming academic year. Scholarship recipients are recognized at a ceremony in April.
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Features

In the F1rst Person: Jacquelyne Craft, BSEd, Health Science Studies, Pre-Physical Therapy, 2007

While choosing Baylor was ultimately the best decision I made regarding my education, deciding on Health Science Studies through the Health, Human Performance, and Recreation department allowed me to focus on the areas of study that mattered most to me.
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Cultural Exchange in Costa Rica:
New Opportunity to Study Abroad

Adventure and education will be combined in the School of Education's newest international education program during the summer session of 2007. Baylor students will have the opportunity to teach and travel in Costa Rica. This Central American country is noted for its long history of peace and democracy and, more recently, for its many eco-tourism opportunities.
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Autism Spectrum Disorders:
School Psychology Program Studying Siblings and Parents

Autism, a complex neurobiological disorder, is characterized by varying degrees of impairment in communication skills, social abilities, and repetitive behaviors. Specifically, autism is one of six disorders that are categorized under the title of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).
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New Dean Selected
Wichita State Dean to Join Baylor School of Education

Dr. Jon M. Engelhardt, who currently leads the College of Education at Wichita State University, will become dean of Baylor's School of Education July 15.
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In This Issue

• Welcome
• In the F1rst Person: Jacquelyne Craft
• Cultural Exchange in Costa Rica
• Autism Spectrum Disorders
• New Dean Selected

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