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Eyes on the BallIn a constantly changing role, in a constantly changing company, in a constantly changing industry, alumnus Lokesh Modi learned to adapt.Catching up with DanyA year ago, Dany Perez was surprised by President Linda Livingstone with a full-tuition scholarship. Read how her freshman year is going.For the WorldGlobal Baylor prepares students to live in an increasingly global community where challenges to human flourishing are of paramount concern.ConnectionsDominque Hill, Assistant Director for Intramural Sports, shares how the Baylor mission influences Baylor’s robust intramural program.In Their Own WordsFor Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Erik Blair, Baylor’s “unambiguously Christian” mission means he can proclaim his faith in Christ.An MBA ApartBaylor Business MBA Graduate Darrell Leggett shares his experience with the program and how it helped him stand apart from other graduates.Connections: Hannah CauseyStudent Body President Hannah Causey discusses her role and the importance of Baylor's unambiguously Christian role in higher education.Global Mission LeadershipA $2 million gift will support Baylor’s nationally renowned program, whose purpose is to contribute to Christ-centered international development.A Dominant CareerHead acrobatics and tumbling coach Felecia Mulkey helped create the sport in which she’s won eight-straight national titles—the last four with Baylor.Rising to the TopThe No. 1-ranked Lady Bears basketball team continues a legacy of competitive excellence that extends beyond the courts and fields of play.Championship LegaciesBrian Boland coached Virginia to four national titles in five years. Now he’s joined Baylor’s championship-caliber program as its head coach.Beyond the DiamondA coaching change and a love for teaching paved a path for former Baylor softball player Kelly Levesque that she never expected.Significant BurdensA study co-led by Baylor found that many children in Somaliland suffer conditions that could be eased by surgery, but most of those go unmet.Connections: Dr. Lee NordtDr. Lee Nordt, Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, shares how Illuminate will enhance Baylor’s academic influence.Material GainsThrough their research, Dr. Howard Lee and Dr. Caleb Martin are hoping to point the way toward new products to benefit society.Seeking a Healthy PlanetBaylor environmental scientists are preparing two initiatives aimed at aiding global health efforts.A New FoundationThe College of Arts & Sciences’ new core curriculum will provide more academic flexibility and interdisciplinary learning.For My Next Number...At Baylor, our students' interests are not limited to their academic pursuits. For Nat Kinsey, his love of numbers stretched beyond his business major.Shining ExamplesMeet four Baylor Bears who are shining their light on our campus, in their communities, and across the world.A Hero’s Lasting ImpactAt Pearl Harbor, the brave actions of Waco native and Navy sailor Doris Miller made him a hero and left a lasting impact on the civil rights movement.Developing CharacterA $2.6 million grant awarded to Baylor aims to galvanize widespread scientific development of virtue interventions for adolescents.Business & MinistryAt Baylor, Lauren McCoy unites her passion for business with her call to ministry, creating a unique opportunity to make a difference in the church.In Their Own WordsBaylor parents Brent and Diane Zuercher share how Baylor principles create an environment where God is embraced, studied, and celebrated.The Pillars of IlluminateThe four pillars that undergird Baylor’s academic strategic plan Illuminate are the same principles that have shaped Baylor since its founding.