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Oct
19
2021
Congratulations to James Mann for being awarded first place in the student presentation competition at the Texas Mosquito Control Association annual meeting on Wednesday in Austin. The title of his talk was, "Fieldable Rapid RNA Detection in Vector Arthropods"
Oct
14
2021
Climate and Fossil-informed Ecosystem Modeling Showed Plant Freeze-tolerance Affected Forest Cover of Pangaea During Pennsylvanian Period
Sep
30
2021
Dollar-for-dollar matching program maximizes support for high-impact faculty research, University endowment
Sep
14
2021
Read this article about Dr. Christopher Kearney's active research to combat the military's top contagious disease.
Jun
22
2021
We all fight them — but these four Baylor professors have taken the fight to the next level, focusing their research efforts on distinct approaches to combatting mosquitoes.
May
14
2021
On May 14th, our very own Dr. Cheolho Sim spoke on the NPR podcast "Baylor Connections" about his genomic research.
Apr
21
2021
Baylor announced a nationwide search to fill five new endowed faculty positions — big news in the academic world, and a big step forward towards fulfilling the dreams of Baylor’s strategic plan, Illuminate.
Apr
14
2021
Five newly endowed positions, funded through the Baylor Academic Challenge, will provide strategic growth to Baylor academic programs and research.
Mar
12
2021
Emily Schultz, a Baylor University senior biology major from Plano, Texas, is one of 16 recipients of the Churchill Scholarship in mathematics, science and engineering from the Winston Churchill Foundation of the United States.
Feb
23
2021
“I am eager, as a postdoctoral teaching fellow, to gain formal teaching skills, while leveraging my own expertise to bring exciting and much-needed support to my department," says Dr. Keighley Resenauer, one of the new Baylor Postdoctoral Teaching Fellows.
Jan
22
2021
Check out this Baylor magazine article about Dr. Lula Pace, Baylor's first female faculty member to hold a doctoral degree.
Nov
13
2020
Wining entry announcement for the second Annual Art Competition.
Jun
5
2020
Vaccine development and national approaches to contagious diseases have been constant topics of discussion in recent months. Dr. Peter Hotez is an international leader in tropical medicine and vaccine development. In this Baylor Connections, Dr. Lee Nordt, Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences at Baylor, engages Dr. Hotez on a variety of subjects such as COVID-19, vaccines, undergraduate research and more.
Feb
12
2020
Dr. Dwyane Simmons, the department chair for the Biology department at Baylor, was featured in this Baylor Lariat article about his view on undergraduate research.
Nov
25
2019
In the past, Lake Victoria dried out swiftly and often when rainfall was limited. Climate change might bring about those conditions again within a century.
Nov
14
2019
First Annual Biology Art Competition Winners!
Winning Entry Announcement for the First Annual Biology Art Competition.
Oct
14
2019
Ladybugs, Crawdads and Snails
Baylor undergraduates are sharing their love for science and research with a new generation of students.
Oct
14
2019
Q&A: Expanding the Field
Baylor's Biology department has made providing research opportunities at all levels a priority. In this Q&A, Randy Fiedler talked with Dr. Dwayne Simmons, Dr. Thad Scott, and Dr. Jacquelyn Duke about an innovative new course designed to give undergraduates a deep dive into research.
Oct
10
2019
The John F. Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise is hosting its ninth annual Baylor New Venture Competition and is now accepting applications through November 1.
Oct
10
2019
Baylor B-TRUE Summer Fellows Program Expands Innovative Research
The Baylor Transdisciplinary Undergraduate Research Experience (B-TRUE) Summer Fellows Program sponsors undergraduate fellows to conduct summer research in one of six areas of study — biology, physics, chemistry and biochemistry, environmental science, geosciences and psychology and neuroscience — to encourage students to solve complex problems through cross-disciplinary research.
Oct
10
2019
The Biology Department is searching for four, new faculty positions, including Professors of Cancer Biology/ Immunology, Aquatic Microbial Ecology, and Comparative Mammalian Physiology.
Oct
9
2019
Baylor’s Office of Academic Support Programs in the Paul L. Foster Success Center is dedicated to personally helping students succeed through a range of academic resources.
Oct
9
2019
Oct. 7, 2019
Baylor has announced the awarding of ten professors with the honor of becoming Baylor Fellows. The Baylor Fellow program is designed for professors to step outside the norms of the classroom and think of creative teaching strategies to engage with students.
Sep
6
2019
Hearing, the brain and aging: Dr. Dwayne Simmons has built an international reputation as a leading researcher into hearing loss and what it can teach us about the aging process. In this Baylor Connections, he shares why he came to Baylor and what motivates his research.
Jul
30
2019
WACO, Texas (July 30, 2019) – As density in cities increase along with other global megatrends, researchers are working to address environment and health challenges in collaborative ways.
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