Shrinking the Circle
Dr. Mack Grady and two doctoral candidates are on a mission to decrease the impact of an E3 attack by focusing on substations and transformer design.
Additional COVID-19 Testing
Baylor is offering voluntary COVID-19 rapid testing from November 23-25 at no cost for all students, faculty and staff before the Thanksgiving holiday.
National Preaching Conference
Truett Seminary’s National Preaching Conference returns this week as a virtual event featuring 10 conference speakers.
Blazing Trails in Diet and Health
Leigh Greathouse’s personal cancer battle forged a mission to understand connections between diet, health and disease.
A New Path
First-generation college students share their stories and why they chose to attend Baylor.
Three young faculty members are keeping the tradition of poetry appreciation alive on campus.
Follow the Data
Baylor researchers are impacting autism treatment through behavioral therapies, cutting-edge lab research, engineering breakthroughs and more.
Adley Vahue, a Baylor student veteran, shares about why he chose Baylor and his academic experience.
The Bear Battalion
The Baylor ROTC program proudly prepares students for military service.
Best Colleges for Veterans
The U.S News and World Report ranked Baylor among the nation’s top 50 “Best Colleges for Veterans.”
On National STEM Day, Baylor celebrates researchers who pursue answers to our world’s greatest challenges.
Science for Seminary
A new $75,000 grant will equip Baylor’s Truett Seminary to incorporate science into the curriculum.
A Note Above
Stephen Heyde, a Baylor Conductor-in-Residence, was awarded the National 2020 Arlin G. Meyer Prize in Music Performance.
A Helping Hand
Baylor is providing help to students in COVID-19 isolation and quarantine through meal delivery and pastoral care.
Charitable Discourse and Leadership
Baylor in Washington program provides student leadership opportunities and models discourse to bridge divides.
Focus on Well-being
Baylor Social Work professor shares tips and resources during the stressful half-way mark of the semester.
Baylor University and Compassion International announce partnership to bring about global human flourishing for children and families in poverty.
Legend of the Fall
The man behind Dave Campbell's Texas Football has impacted the lives of countless people, including coaches, athletes — and fellow sportswriters.
Bringing History to Life
Baylor Theatre alums explore the aftermath of Lincoln’s assassination in the 1865 podcast.
2020 Christmas Ornament
Celebrate Christmas with timeless symbols of the Baylor spirit proudly displayed on your Christmas tree!
Reading the Clues
Baylor researcher demonstrates what volcanoes, gemstones and faith have in common.
Domestic Violence Awareness
In observance of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the campus will “Go Purple” to represent the ending of domestic violence.
After nearly five months with the campus absent of students, incoming first year standouts bring a renewed sense of energy to the fall semester.
Hannah Sedwick, a senior Baylor Volleyball player, shares how God is at work in her life and in her team.