Article cites Baylor's 2008 research by Dr. Matthew Stanford, professor of psychology and neuroscience at Baylor, who found that clergy often dismiss a congregant's personal or family member's diagnosed mental illness, although clergy are often turned to first before mental health professionals.
Article about chronicling the city of Mart's black history, thanks to a partnership with Baylor University and a $4,000 grant from Humanities Texas; also quotes Dr. Stephen Sloan, assistant professor of history at Baylor and director of Baylor's Institute for Oral History.
In celebration of Black History Month, iTunes is highlighting selections across the site’s offerings that share “the essence of the African-American experience.” From comedy to the civil rights struggle, Motown to Miles Davis, iTunes has pulled together audiobooks, podcasts, music, TV shows and films from its media offerings — including selections from Baylor’s Black Gospel …
Article looking back at the economic impact of Allergan locating a manufacturing plant in Waco mentions that a critical piece in Allergan's decision-making process was "the presence of Baylor University and its chemistry and biology departments, which could produce employees".
A packed Barfield Drawing Room audience of students, faculty and staff welcomed new Baylor President Ken Starr at his introductory press conference Tuesday. Even the NoZe Brothers stopped by to have their pictures taken with the University's new leader (see this photo gallery from his Waco visit). Starr again received a nice ovation when introduced …
Rachel McCutchen, a senior from Houston, is Baylor's first student to win the Dallas Regional Japanese Language Speech contest and will go on to compete in the Texas State Japanese Language Speech contest in March.
Baylor University researchers along with ecologists from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County have developed a new method that measures the impact of human-caused environmental degradation on environmental biodiversity
A Baylor professor has used a new search method that he adapted for use on the seafloor to find a potentially massive source of hydrocarbon energy called methane hydrate, a frozen form of natural gas, in a portion of the Gulf of Mexico.