Get to Know Joy and Lady
No one knows Baylor’s beloved black bears, Joy and Lady, better than their caretakers, who share their personalities, favorite foods and more.
Baylor University's A Cappella Choir, under the direction of Brian A. Schmidt, won The American Prize in the Collegiate Choral Division for 2020.
Preparing for the Unknown
Dr. Laine Scales shares insight on how Baylor is equipping faculty to thrive in a growing online environment.
Summer of Discovery
Baylor faculty reflect on the student benefits of the Summer of Discovery experience.
When faced with the challenge of teaching in a virtual world, Dr. Cole Matson brought the field to the students using GoPros and other technology.
Rising cancer researcher, Liela Romero, joins Baylor faculty with the help of a $2 million grant from the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas.
The Baylor Beauchamp Addiction Recovery Center has created a model for combining religion and recovery.
Back to Baylor
With an extra year of eligibility, Jessica Hinojosa shares why she is excited for her second chance at her senior season.
A Bright Future
Baylor alumnus Austin Allaire shares how his Baylor education prepared him for graduate school and life abroad.
A Baylor management study finds a troubling connection between workplace pregnancy discrimination and the health of mothers and babies.
Mental Health and Uncertainty
Dr. Holly Oxhandler shares insights on tending to your own mental health and considering others during COVID-19.
Trailblazer Scholars Program
Baylor University launches a new scholarship program designed to recognize the importance of fostering diversity and mutual respect.
Researcher Dr. Gary Elkins shares a new treatment for stress which combines mindfulness with hypnotherapy.
Back to Baylor
With the NCAA granting an extra year of eligibility because of COVID-19, Elodie Chapelet will be able to finish a master's degree in sports management.
Christianity and Culture
As Christians share the Gospel globally, World Christianity professor Carlos Cardoza-Orlandi shares how cultural contexts shape its reception.
A difficult decision allows a Baylor couple to keep America informed and their family safe during COVID-19.
Baylor celebrates a prestigious school-record of four professors earning National Science Foundation CAREER awards.
Collegiate athletics at Baylor and nationwide came to a screeching halt in mid-March, and there will be a ripple effect in the future.
Through the Math for Early Learners Academy, Dr. Sandi Cooper is addressing a math instruction deficiency in elementary students.
Flipping the Script
Teams throughout campus worked overtime to help make shifting Baylor’s educational experience to the virtual world mid-semester possible.
Dr. Horace Maxile, associate professor of music theory, shines a light on the contributions made to concert and classical music by Black Americans.
Baylor faculty members join President Livingstone for a virtual Conversation Series to discuss how Christians should respond to injustice.
Blessing in Disguise
With an extra year of eligibility, Ryan Dickerson will be able to finish his master’s degree in sports pedagogy.
Psychology and neuroscience professor Dr. Jo-Ann Tsang shares research on gratitude for a group-based benefit compared to an individual.