Archived News – March 2014

Arts & Sciences News

Mar
31
2014
Baylor's Model United Nations team took part in a Model UN Security Council simulation at Howard Payne University and earned the top awards in each division.
Mar
28
2014
Two Baylor University students have been selected to receive prestigious Goldwater Scholarships, while a third has received honorable mention recognition. They are among 283 undergraduates from 47 states to be named 2014 Goldwater Scholars.
Mar
26
2014
More than anything, Dr. Rinn Cloud wants people to know that she feels called to her new role as the chair of Baylor’s nationally recognized Department of Family and Consumer Sciences.
Mar
24
2014
For the first time since the building opened in 2004, artwork is on public display in the Baylor Science Building. There are now six new pieces of student art displayed on the BSB’s second floor landing -- made possible by professors in art and biology working together with students.
Mar
14
2014
Viewers of NBC’s Chicago P.D. Wednesday night were introduced to a host of familiar Baylor names, thanks to the series’ co-creators, Derek Haas (BA ’91, MA ’95) and Michael Brandt (BBA ’91, MA ’94). In just one episode, references included a home being robbed belonged to a Mr. Hankamer, a mysterious former case concerning a man …
Mar
12
2014
More than 50 different centers, institutes and departments at Baylor expressly connect to the university’s Christian mission, from the Baptist Studies Center for Research to BU Missions, from the J.M. Dawson Institute of Church-State Studies to the Baylor Religious Hour Choir. And when you count in our alumni, the university’s connection to the Church at large grows …
Mar
12
2014
The Martin Museum of Art at Baylor University will feature the annual Baylor Art Student Exhibition beginning March 27th at 5:30pm and running through April 15th. Renowned Texas artist, Sedrick Huckaby, is the guest juror and will present awards to the students March 27.
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