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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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Volume 4 Number 4

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Dear Alumni and Friends:

In previous issues of Impact, we have helped you connect with the Baylor School of Education by describing programs and initiatives, telling the stories of faculty and students, and sharing accounts of other accomplishments in the life of the School. Many of these would not have been possible without the support and advocacy of alumni and friends.

Not everyone can make large financial contributions; yet, we know the smallest gifts produce enormous differences toward how much influence the School delivers in the lives of others. Behind each gift is an important story of thankfulness for a full life begun at Baylor or the significance of a family member/someone special shaped by a Baylor education, or a story of appreciation/ confidence in the School to do vital and important work in critical areas.

In this issue, Harold and Janice Havard share what led them to establish an endowed scholarship in teacher education. If you are moved to make a gift, you may do so through www.baylor.edu/soe/give or by contacting the School's development director at (254) 710-2561.

If you call the number above, you will visit with Amie Reynolds, who joined us in January as our director of development to facilitate those who wish to support the School through financial gifts. While Amie is new to this role, she is not new to Baylor (she's a BU grad) or the field of development, having spent the past seven years working behind the scenes in Baylor's development office.

Finally, whether through your efforts to stay informed, to share the good news of the School's work, or to give, we value your active support for the School of Education.

Jon M. Engelhardt
Dean, School of Education

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In This Issue

•  Welcome
•  In the F1rst Person: Sophia Young
•  First NIH Grant for SOE
•  HHPR Program Receives Re-accreditation
•  HESA Charters Graduate Student Organization
•  A Lifelong Love of Education
•  Impact Tomorrow
•  Vol4 No4 PDF

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