‘Faith in American Public Life’
Baylor alumna Melissa Rogers’ new book examines how America’s legal framework has allowed religion to be a powerful force for good.
Truett Seminary’s Ph.D. in Preaching boasts a robust doctoral program for students who seek to contribute to the field of homiletics.
In Their Own Words
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Randall Umstead discusses why Baylor has chosen to link human performance in athletics with the arts.
After a breakout performance in FX’s “Fargo” TV series, Allison Tolman,
BFA ’04, is now starring in ABC’s newest hit drama “Emergence”.
Success in the Classroom
For the sixth-straight year and 10th time overall, Baylor leads the Big 12 Conference in Graduation Success Rate.
The Relief and the Strain
A Baylor study found that while the brotherhood of firefighters cuts down on job stress, the dangers they face strains their relationships with their wives.
Extending the 'Golden Hour'
Dr. Erica Bruce has patented a resuscitative, oxygenating drug aimed at stretching the time to save lives impacted by traumatic injury.
Connections: Dr. Nancy Brickhouse
Provost Nancy Brickhouse examines the ways Baylor’s focus on research enhances the educational experience and advances the Baylor mission.
In a Flash
A smartphone app created by Baylor researchers has passed a big test and is now capable of detecting early signs of various eye diseases in children.
Sharing a Love for Science
Baylor undergraduates are enhancing their learning by teaching science and research to a new generation of students.
This year, national publications ranked Baylor in the top 10 for student first-year experiences and student engagement.
Expanding the Field
Baylor's biology department has designed an innovative new course that will give undergraduates a deep dive into research.
Leading the Competition
The International Collegiate Programming Contest hosts local, regional and international competitions annually, and Baylor is the organization’s hub.
Preparing Christian Leaders
Dr. Jon Eckert's work in the Center for Christian Education aims to position Baylor as the destination for leadership development within education.
Expert Profile: Dr. Paul Froese
Since 2005, Dr. Paul Froese has served as a valuable expert to various outlets in explaining the world-renowned Baylor Religion Survey.
Made for Greatness
The Faith & Sport Institute teaches high school student-athletes that their faith, character, and leadership are as vital in competition as they are in life.
A New Kind of Sport
At Baylor, students have a variety of opportunities that immerse them into the booming billion-dollar esports industry.
In Their Own Words
Chris Cragin-Day (MFA '05) shares how her experience at Baylor showed her the creative freedom she possesses as a Christian artist.
A Class Act
Baylor Lady Bears senior forward Lauren Cox is making an impact on the court, in the classroom, and beyond.
In Their Own Words
Former Baylor football standout Walter Abercrombie discusses the importance for student-athletes to shine both on and off the field.
Support and Enhance
Through a new hiring program, Baylor intends to inject university research projects and labs with more postdoctoral researchers.
Backing the Initiative
Baylor’s Texas Hunger Initiative received $7 million in grants to fight hunger and poverty as they continue their mission to eradicate hunger in Texas.
Baylor partners with colleagues at multiple institutions and agencies across the nation in making impactful discoveries across various fields.
Connecting the Dots
Dr. Joaquin Lugo and his team are at the forefront of research into seizures, brain development, and a connection between autism and epilepsy.