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#BaylorLights: Dr. Angela ReedDr. Angela Reed shares how Truett Theological Seminary prepares ministers by encouraging their academic and spiritual growth as individuals.“Am I Enough?”From blogger to published author, graduating senior Grace Valentine has encouraged young women not to hold themselves to the world’s expectations.Connections: Jeremy EverettJeremy Everett of the Texas Hunger Initiative discusses what hunger looks like in Texas and shares the institute’s vision of eliminating food insecurity in the state.Being the Body of ChristDr. Gaynor Yancey is creating a research, ministry, and practice agenda to come alongside congregations and communities to serve the well-being of others.Leadership PerspectivePresident Linda Livingstone discusses how Baylor’s distinctive approach to higher education, one dedicated to service, is animated by a culture of strong ethics.Seeking to UnderstandJulia Wallace will participate in a program that uses the conduct of religious leaders in Nazi-occupied Europe as a way to reflect on contemporary professional ethics.A Sense of NormalcyProfessor Greg Lewallen’s 2D design class created artwork with patients in MD Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospital to encourage them as they underwent treatment.Fulbright: Alexa LarsenAlexa Larsen, a senior neuroscience major, has been selected to receive a Fulbright award to the United Kingdom in global health.Expert on Faith & HealthFrom prayer to beliefs about God, Dr. Jeff Levin looks at how expressions of faith shape the way we feel, heal and respond to illness.#BaylorLights: Kaitlyn KellyKaitlyn Kelly grew up in California, but she found herself at Baylor to study in one of the nation's top environmental health science programs.Connections: Dr. Seung KimDr. Seung Kim’s research focuses on building an accessible biosensor device that could detect cancer and other diseases early and affordably.#BaylorLights: Marlene ReedMarlene Reed, an entrepreneur in residence, has focused her work on real organizations and real-life business scenarios.A Passion for ResearchBaylor provides undergraduate students with the unique opportunity to engage in scientific research alongside distinguished research faculty.Connections: Dr. Brian WebbDr. Brian Webb discusses how the endowment works, what the numbers mean, where the money goes, and the ways it supports Baylor’s future.#BaylorLights: Kayla GarrettAfter an infection shut her eyes, senior Kayla Garrett experienced God and His creation in a transformational way that ushered in her healing.R&D in the HumanitiesBaylor is one of the top investors in research and development in the humanities among private universities.NSF CAREER AwardThe National Science Foundation awarded Dr. Caleb Martin a grant in support of his research into synthesizing analogues of benzene containing boron.State of the UniversityAs a part of Baylor’s annual celebration of donors, President Livingstone gave an update on the University’s progress.Baylor in HoustonBaylor 's George W. Truett Theological Seminary is now offering the opportunity to earn master’s degrees in Houston.Fulbright Award RecipientsSenior Sofia Sonner, senior John Ryan Isaacson, and 2017 nursing graduate Amanda Ward Braswell have been honored by the Fulbright Program.Finding Your Career PathDavid McGee, BBA ‘14, credits joining the Professional Selling Program as one of the best decisions he’s made at Baylor.#BaylorLights Profile: Anis QourzalAnis Qourzal came to Baylor as a student from Malaga, Spain, and now he oversees recruitment for undergraduate international and transfer students.Connections: Dr. Linda Livingstone: LightsPresident Livingstone discusses the ways spiritual formation and campus resources work in tandem to help students serve as lights in the world.Campus StewardsFrom LEED-certified buildings to food waste prevention programs, Baylor takes care of the natural resources that help make it a beautiful place.