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Baylor Business Hosts Fifth Annual Young Entrepreneur Awards
[12/9/2019]
Baylor’s John F. Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship & Free Enterprise hosted its fifth annual Baylor Young Entrepreneur Awards (YEA) Nov. 14-15, 2019. The program recognized high school student business owners and gave them the opportunity to network with Baylor faculty, students and business leaders.
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Baylor’s Online MBA, Nursing Master’s Program Move Up in U.S. News Online Rankings
[1/15/2020]
WACO, Texas (Jan. 15, 2020) – Baylor University online graduate programs that lead to a Master of Business Administration (MBA) and a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) in Leadership and Innovation are moving up in the <i>U.S. News</i> 2020 Best Online Programs rankings released Jan. 14.
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Student Finds Mentor, Inspiration, at ColorComm Conference
[12/13/2019]
Baylor senior Havyn Colon was among 55 women selected from more than 300 applicants to be a 2019 ColorComm Fellow. Colon is a marketing major and film minor from Houston.
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Leading Scholars Offer U.S. Healthcare Reform Solutions Designed to Break Partisan Gridlock
[12/10/2019]
Two faculty members from Baylor University, Michael Richards and Forest Kim, authored an article in a special issue of Health Management, Policy and Innovation (HMPI) focused on articles about reforming the U.S. healthcare system with solutions designed to build bipartisan buy-in.
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Baylor Team Wins National MBA Case Competition in Ethical Leadership
[12/3/2019]
The Hankamer School of Business hosted the 13th Annual National MBA Case Competition in Ethical Leadership Nov. 7-8. The competition was a part of the Dale P. Jones Business Ethics Forum and was comprised of 12 teams from university MBA programs across the nation.
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Family Businesses Recognized at Baylor Institute Event
[11/27/2019]
This article covers the Texas Family Business Awards' 30th anniversary banquet held in November at Baylor Business.
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Baylor Study: Fear of Missing Out (FOMO) Plus Social Media Connections Can Equal Happiness
[12/2/2019]
WACO, Texas (Dec. 2, 2019) – FOMO – aka the “fear of missing out” – can have a positive impact on well-being when it leads to social media use that increases social connections, according to a new Baylor University study.
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How to Confront Your Boss’s Sin
[11/18/2019]
The Gospel Coalition: Baylor Economics professor Mark Kelly offers three biblical principles for confronting workplace authorities acting without integrity.
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Baylor Honors Texas Family Businesses for the 30th Year
[11/18/2019]
Baylor University’s Institute for Family Business honored the 2019 Texas Family Business of the Year Award winners and finalists with a banquet on Nov. 8 at the Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation.
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Efficiency Kills Creativity: Here’s How to Be Innovative Anyway
[11/17/2019]
Forbes: A Baylor Management study finds that a hyper-focus on efficiency kills creativity in the workplace.
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Student-Run Investment Fund Distributes Money for Scholarships
[11/15/2019]
For 18 consecutive years, Baylor University’s student-managed Philip M. Dorr Alumni & Friends Endowed Investment Fund has provided generous contributions to student scholarships totaling over $2 million over its lifetime. This year, the Fund contributed $175,000 in support of student-athlete scholarships.
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Baylor Named a Top School for Entrepreneurship Studies by The Princeton Review & Entrepreneur
[11/13/2019]
WACO, Texas (Nov. 13, 2019) – Baylor University offers one of the nation’s top entrepreneurship programs for students who aspire to launch their own businesses, according to the latest rankings released by The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine. Baylor’s undergraduate entrepreneurship program in the Hankamer School of Business moved up to No. 5 among the nation’s Top 50 Best Undergraduate Schools for Entrepreneurship Studies for 2020.
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The Princeton Review & Entrepreneur Name the Top Undergraduate & Graduate Schools for Entrepreneurship Studies for 2020
[11/12/2019]
Cision PR Newswire: Baylor's undergraduate Entrepreneurship program ranks 5th nationally in the new survey by The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine.
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Baylor University’s Robbins Institute for Health Policy and Leadership Awards $27,000 at Healthcare Management Case Competition
[11/11/2019]
A student team from Trinity University took home first place and $12,000 in Baylor University’s 5th annual Robbins Case Competition in Healthcare Management October 25. Overall, Baylor awarded a total of $27,000 in the competition to individual students and student teams.
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Video: Baylor Finance Professor Awarded Prestigious Honor Within the Financial Planning Association
[11/7/2019]
Baylor Lariat: Finance professor Tom Potts received the highest and most prestigious recognition from the Financial Planning Association, the P. Kemp Fain Jr. Award.
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Audio: Business Review - Remote Psychology
[11/7/2019]
KWBU (NPR): Marketing professor Sara Perry reviews pros and cons of working from home in this episode of Business Review.
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Video: Good Question: What to Do When Someone ‘Phubbs’ You?
[11/7/2019]
WYTV (ABC): Featured in this story on "phubbing" (phone snubbing) are Marketing professors and subject-matter experts James Roberts and Meredith David.
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Audio: Evidence-Based Economics: What the Doctor Ordered?
[11/6/2019]
Mises Institute: Featured in this podcast episode about evidence-based economics and randomized trials is professor of Entrepreneurship Peter Klein.
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Baylor University’s Tom L. Potts, Ph.D., CFP Awarded the 2019 P. Kemp Fain, Jr. Award - Financial Planning Association’s Most Prestigious Honor
[10/31/2019]
The Financial Planning Association (FPA), the principal membership association for Certified Financial Planner professionals and those who support the financial planning process, announced Tom L. Potts, Ph.D., CFP as the recipient of the 2019 P. Kemp Fain, Jr., Award. Potts was honored at the 2019 FPA Annual Conference, held Oct. 16-18 in Minneapolis, Minn.
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Audio: Women in Economics: Tisha Emerson
[10/30/2019]
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis: Featured in this episode of The Women in Economics podcast is Baylor Economics professor Tisha Emerson who discusses her research on the gender gap in economics.
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Focus on Your Employees, Not Your Bottom Line
[10/30/2019]
Utah Business: A study from Baylor Business' department of Management found that employees withhold performance from supervisors who focus on profits over employee morale.
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Video: 4 Tips to Keep Smartphones From Ruining Your Relationships
[10/28/2019]
Money Talks News: Featured on this nationally syndicated consumer news program is research by professors of Marketing and smartphone experts James Roberts and Meredith David, who found that "phubbing" (smartphone snubbing) can damage romantic relationships and lead to depression.
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How to Stop Looking at Your Phone
[10/23/2019]
Vox: Professor of Marketing James Roberts is a featured consumer expert in this article offering tips to help people disengage from their smartphones.
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Applications Open for Ninth Annual Baylor New Venture Competition
[10/10/2019]
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.
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Alumni Profile: Ron Welborn
[10/10/2019]
As a senior at Baylor, Ron Welborn (BBA ’98) was interested in real estate at a time when the industry was doing well. He now serves as Vice President of Development for Jackson-Shaw, a real estate development and investment firm in Dallas, Texas.
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Top Finishers of BBBD Sales Competition Announced
[10/9/2019]
Baylor’s Center for Professional Selling initiated the academic year with the Baylor Business Business Development (BBBD) competition, which is an experiential learning exercise focused on the pre-call planning and business development steps of the sales process. The competition engaged 70 competitors who established strategies for contacting prospective buyers and initiating contact with these buyers via telephone and email. Their goal in the process was to obtain a face-to-face meeting.
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The Headwinds Against Legalized Sports Betting
[9/30/2019]
The Christian Science Monitor: This article on the hidden costs of gambling quotes expert Earl Grinols, professor of Economics and author of "Gambling in Amercia: Costs and Benefits."
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How to Deal With ‘Sunday Scaries’
[9/22/2019]
Houston Chronicle: This article features the insights of professor of Marketing Sara Perry about the "Sunday Scaries" anxiety that people feel as the weekend nears an end.
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Norfolk Touts Benefits a Casino Would Bring but Studies Show They’re No Sure Bet
[9/22/2019]
The Virginian-Pilot: Professor of Economics and author of "Gambling in America: Costs and Benefits" Earl Grinols is quoted in this article about the economics of gambling as the city of Norfolk, Virginia considers a proposed casino.
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Multicultural Millennials Respond Positively to Health 'Edutainment'
[9/20/2019]
Science Daily: Positive health-related changes can be effected through "edutainment" among multicultural millennials, according to new research by professor of Marketing, Tyrha Lindsey-Warren.
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Edutainment' Can Lead to Positive Health-Related Changes Among Multicultural Millennials
[9/20/2019]
News Medical: "Edutainment" can lead to positive health-related changes among multicultural millenials according to a new study by Tyrha Lindsey-Warren, professor of Marketing.
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Multicultural Millennials Respond Positively to Health 'Edutainment'
[9/20/2019]
Phys.org: This research spotlight focuses on a study by professor of Marketing, Tyrha Lindsey-Warren, which found that "edutainment" can drive positive health-related changes among multicultural millennials.
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Audio: Business Review - The Power of Nines
[9/19/2019]
KWBU (NPR): Marketing professor Lora Tu explains her research on the sway of prices ending with a nine in this episode of Business Review.
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Multicultural Millennials Respond Positively to Health 'Edutainment': Baylor Research Says
[9/19/2019]
Science Codex: Featuring the research of Tyrha Lindsey-Warren, professor of Marketing, this article dives into her findings that "edutainment" is a powerful communications tool to inspire health-related changes among multicultural millennials.
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Multicultural Millennials Respond Positively to Health ‘Edutainment,’ Baylor Marketing Research Says
[9/19/2019]
WACO, Texas (Sept. 19, 2019) – Storytelling that educates and entertains – aka “edutainment” – is a powerful communications tool that can lead to positive health-related changes among multicultural millennials, according to a new marketing study from Baylor University.
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Baylor University Announces Funding of Two Baylor Academic Challenge Faculty Positions
[9/17/2019]
WACO, Texas (Sept. 17, 2019) – Baylor University today announced the funding of two faculty positions under the institution’s new Baylor Academic Challenge matching program. The two $1.5 million gifts from Grady Rosier, president and CEO of the McLane Company Inc., and John and Nancy Jackson, who are Give Light National Campaign Steering Committee co-chairs, will create new faculty positions within the Hankamer School of Business and in support of the University’s Baylor in Latin America Initiative.
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Couples Who Tailgate Together Stay Together, Says New Baylor Research
[9/5/2019]
Fox 47 News: Professor of Marketing, Meredith David, found in a study that couples who tailgate together report higher levels of respect and relationship satisfaction.
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Baylor Accounting Students Receive PCAOB Scholarships
[9/5/2019]
Two Baylor Accounting students received scholarships from the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) this summer.
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Couples Who Tailgate Together Stay Together, Says New Baylor Research
[9/4/2019]
WACO, Texas (Sept. 4, 2019) – For millions of football fans across the United States, fall is the time to break out the grills, load vehicles with coolers and food and games, and gather with friends for the time-honored tradition of tailgating.
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How to Win Back Employee Trust If You’ve Been Too Focused on the Bottom Line
[9/3/2019]
The Predictive Index: The focus of this piece is research by professor of Management, Matt Quade, which found that supervisors who focus on their "bottom line" lose employee satisfaction, which negatively impacts their "bottom line."
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Why Your Work and Career Can Continue to Debilitate You
[8/29/2019]
Psychology Today: This article highlights new research by Matt Quade, professor of Management, who found that employees withhold performance when their supervisors become more focused on the bottom line than them.
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Study: Focusing Only on Bottom Line Linked to Lower Worker Performance
[8/27/2019]
The Trusted Professional (NYSSCPA): Research by Matt Quade, professor of Management, found that supervisors driven by the "bottom line" could lose employees' respect, who then withhold performance.
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New Study Says Focusing on Your Net Profit Could Actually Hurt Your Business. Here's Why and What to Do Instead
[8/26/2019]
Inc. Magazine: This column centers on research by professor of Management, Matt Quade, on how supervisors hyperfocused on profits hurt their bottom lines by losing the respect of their employees who, then, withhold performance.
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Audio: Baylor Connections - Dr. Tyrha Lindsey-Warren
[8/16/2019]
KWBU (NPR): Professor of Marketing Tyrha Lindsey-Warren was interviewed on this episode of Baylor Connections, and shared her insights about empowered storytelling from her time in entertainment and education.
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Audio: Business Review - “Embracing the 'Mad Skills' of Online Gaming”
[8/15/2019]
KWBU (NPR): This episode of Business Review features professor of Information Systems, Stacie Petter, and how online games hone skills that translated into the corporate world.
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Family Owned Business Aims to Aid Teen Substance Abuse
[8/13/2019]
KWTX-TV (CBS): The 2015 winner of the Texas Family Business of the Year Award, The Arbor, has opened a new facility in Waco to help teens who suffer from addiction.
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Austin EMBA Student Receives 2019 Texas Business Hall of Fame Scholarship
[8/13/2019]
The Texas Business Hall of Fame named Ethan Holmes, a student in the Baylor Executive MBA program at Austin, a recipient of the 2019 TBHF Future Texas Business Legend Scholarship.
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Baylor Mourns Passing of Dr. James M. Tipton, Retired Finance Professor
[8/12/2019]
WACO, Texas (Aug. 12, 2019) – Baylor University is mourning the passing of James M. Tipton, Ph.D., retired professor of finance, insurance and real estate, who taught for 29 years in the Hankamer School of Business. Dr. Tipton passed away July 23.
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Balancing Act: Tips to Create More Work-Life Balance
[8/11/2019]
Daily Review Atlas: In this article, professor of Management, Emily Hunter, discusses her research and offers tips on creating more of a work-life balance.
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Audio: The Interactive Effect of Unethical Behavior and Performance onto Workplace Ostracism
[8/11/2019]
TalkZone.com: Professor of Management Matthew Quade is interviewed on this show to discuss his 2016 findings on the interactive effect of unethical behavior and performance on workplace ostracism.
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Balancing Act: Tips to Create More Work-Life Balance
[8/11/2019]
The Register-Mail: Research by professor of Management Emily Hunter is cited in this piece reporting her findings that the technology is blurring the work-family boundaries through continual interruptions during the workday.
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Should Social Security Be Group Insurance, or Individual?
[8/2/2019]
Morningstar: This article discusses a paper by professor of Finance William Reichenstein who proposes an alternative to group insurance that could help ensure Social Security's long-term health.
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The HR News Wire: When Focusing on the Bottom Line Backfires
[8/2/2019]
CareerMinds: Supervisors driven by the bottom line could be hurting profits by losing employee respect, who in turn withhold performance, according to new research by professor of Management Matthew Quade.
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Video: Kids in Waco Area Start Their Own Business Through Summer Program
[8/2/2019]
KCEN-TV (NBC): Over 100 kids in Waco started a business this summer thanks to partnerships between Baylor University, Start Up Waco and Boss Club which taught them how to become their own boss.
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People Earning $80,000 or More Get Bad Deal on Social Security, Expert Says
[8/1/2019]
Financial Advisor: According to Finance professor William Reichenstein, Social Security was designed to be a required savings program during working years so that in retirement, recipients could receive more than the base level of benefits.
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Survey of 866 Workers Shows How a Boss Can Make Workers Quit
[8/1/2019]
Inverse: In this article about new research by professor of Management, Matthew Quade, the impacts of his findings are discussed, in which he found that supervisors focused on profits tend to lose employees.
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Overemphasis on the Bottom Line Can Drive Down Employee Performance
[7/30/2019]
HR Dive: New research by Matt Quade, professor of Marketing, finds that employees withhold performance in response to supervisors who focus more on the bottom line than anything else.
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Problematic Smartphone Use: Addiction or Compulsion?
[7/29/2019]
One Zero: Professor of Marketing James Roberts is featured in this article about his research on smartphone addiction, and his concerns about the impact of such behavior, regardless of whether or not some label it "addiction."
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Employees Don't Perform at Their Best When Supervisors Only Focus on the ‘Bottom Line’
[7/29/2019]
Consumer Affairs: Research by Matt Quade, professor of Management, found that supervisors focused on the "bottom line" could cause employees to withhold performance.
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The Bottom Line May Backfire on Bosses
[7/28/2019]
Psych Central: Professor of Management, Matt Quade, found in research that employees who withhold performance may be doing so out of lost respect for supervisors who are driven by profits.
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Supervisors Driven by Bottom Line Fail to Get Top Performance From Employees
[7/25/2019]
Science Daily: Managers who care more than they should about profits may actually be hurting their bottom line by losing employee respect and, therefore, productivity, according to a new study by Matthew Quade, professor of Management.
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Supervisors Driven by Bottom Line Fail to Get Top Performance From Employees
[7/25/2019]
Phys.org: Research by professor of Management Matt Quade about how supervisors hyper-focused on profits may be losing the respect of employees is featured in this piece.
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Supervisors Driven By Bottom Line Fail To Get Top Performance From Employees, Baylor Study Says
[7/25/2019]
WACO, Texas (July 25, 2019) – Supervisors driven by profits could actually be hurting their coveted bottom lines by losing the respect of their employees, who counter by withholding performance, according to a new study led by Baylor University.
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Baylor Online MBA to Offer Three New Concentrations in Marketing, Cyber Security and Executive Communication
[7/24/2019]

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Warriors Pass Store Operations to Fanatics in 10-Year Deal
[7/22/2019]
San Francisco Chronicle: Featured in this article about a new deal between a sports-merchandising company and the Golden States Warriors is the executive director of Sports, Strategy & Sales (S3), Kirk Wakefield.
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Ask the Experts – Q&A with Sara Jansen Perry
[7/16/2019]
Wallet Hub: Sara Perry, professor of Management, is cited in this piece discussing stress-related issues, including work stress and financial stress.
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How Top Innovators Teach Technology
[7/16/2019]
Journal of Accountancy: Professor of Accounting, Gia Chevis, was interviewed for the 2019 spring council meeting of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) for her innovative approach to teaching technology.
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When Stress at Work Creates Drama at Home
[7/15/2019]
The Wall Street Journal: Dawn Carlson, professor of Management, is featured in this article about work-life balance and work stress spilling over into home life.
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Baylor Athletics Announces Partnership with University’s S3 Program
[7/12/2019]
S3

Baylor University's Vice President and Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, Mack B. Rhoades, IV, announced Friday, an innovative new partnership uniting Baylor Athletics and the institution's Sports Strategy & Sales (S3) program.
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Economists Sign Panmure House Declaration
[7/4/2019]
Insider (UK): Professor of Entrepreneurship Peter Klein assisted in the organization of a conference which led to the Panmure House Declaration, signed by more than 100 economists, academics and business leaders in attendance.
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Audio: How Chip and Joanna Gaines Turned a Hit TV Show Into Magnolia
[6/30/2019]
Repeat Customer Podcast: This podcast about the rise of the Magnolia brand and its impact on Waco is professor and chair of Marketing, Chris Pullig.
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Get Organized and Improve Workplace Productivity
[6/22/2019]
Williston Herald: Professors of Management Emily Hunter and Cindy Wu are cited in this article about their research, which found that mid-morning breaks offered more benefits than late afternoon breaks.
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The Founding Father Ben Franklin's "Unlikely Beginning"
[6/12/2019]
Al Día News: This article about Benjamin Franklin references Franklin scholar and Chair of Management, Blaine McCormick's book, "Benjamin Franklin, America's Original Entrepreneur."
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Pivot! Defining & Understanding Complete Business Change Decisions
[6/11/2019]
Innovative Business at Baylor: Les Palich, Matthew Wood and Russell Browder, professors of Entrepreneurship, found three factors that lead to an entrepreneur's decision to pivot.
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How Taking a Break From Technology Can Improve Your Personal and Professional Life
[6/7/2019]
Thrive Global: In this piece about mobile phone addiction, research by professors of Marketing James Roberts and Meredith David on phone interaction and 'phubbing,' or 'phone snubbing,' is highlighted.
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For What It’s Worth: Research Team Measures the Value of Fintech
[6/6/2019]
Innovative Business at Baylor: Qinxi Wu, assistant professor of Finance, Insurance & Real Estate, led research which classified FinTech into seven categories and measured its worth.
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Flourishing at Work & at Home: Overcoming a Work Stress Double Cross
[6/4/2019]
Innovative Business at Baylor: Dawn Carlson, professor of Management, researches the crossover effects of work stress and family stress on both environments.
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Are Mobile Phones Bad for Your Health?
[5/31/2019]
Digital Journal: Discussed in this article is 2014 research by professor of Marketing James Roberts which found that as smartphone functionality increases so, too, might phone addiction.
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How Green Is Your Workplace?
[5/28/2019]
Innovative Business at Baylor: Kyongji Han, assistant professor of Management, researches the impact of voluntary workplace green behavior on job satisfaction.
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Prosperity Gospel Believers Are Less Likely to Be Entrepreneurs, Study Finds
[5/24/2019]
PsyPost: Professor of Management, Mitchell Neubert, is the co-author of Baylor University research which found that entrepreneurs who believe in the 'prosperity gospel' are not automatically successful.
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Belief in the 'Prosperity Gospel' Does Not Turn People Into Successful Entrepreneurs
[5/23/2019]
Phys.org: Mitchell Neubert, professor of Management, co-authored research that finds belief in the 'prosperity gospel' does not make entrepreneurs more successful.
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Cracks in the Glass Ceiling: Identifying Factors Affecting Persistence and Advancement for Women in IT
[5/23/2019]
Innovative Business at Baylor: Cindy Riemenschneider, professor of Information Systems, researches the factors affecting persistence and advancement of women in IT.
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Belief in the ‘Prosperity Gospel’ Does Not Turn People Into Successful Entrepreneurs
[5/22/2019]
Science Blog: Research co-authored by professor of Management, Mitchell Neubert, which found that belief in the 'prosperity gospel' does not equate to success for entrepreneurs, is highlighted in this article.
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Belief in the ‘Prosperity Gospel’ Does Not Turn People into Successful Entrepreneurs
[5/22/2019]
WACO, Texas (May 22, 2019) — Belief in the “Prosperity Gospel” — that God financially blesses faithful followers — does not turn individuals into successful entrepreneurs. But prosperity beliefs can fuel values linked to entrepreneurial thinking, such as power and achievement, according to a Baylor University study.
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Waco Tribune-Herald: Baylor professors receive Outstanding Faculty Awards
[5/17/2019]
May 17, 2019
Twelve Baylor University professors have been honored by their colleagues with Outstanding Faculty Awards for teaching, scholarship and contributions to the academic community for the 2018-19 academic year. Coming from faculty colleagues, the Outstanding Faculty Awards recognize the best all-around professors based on teaching capabilities, research achievement, effective community service, time spent with students, civic involvement and church involvement, including non-tenure track, tenured and tenure track faculty.
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New Woman-owned Business Emphasizes Polymers with a Purpose
[5/13/2019]
Citybizlist: Angela Seaman, BBA (Entrepreneurship) '92, has founded Seaman Group Plastics, which supports supply chain diversity by selling virgin and recycled resin and purchasing plastic scrap for sustainability initiatives. Owned and operated by Seaman, the company is a newly certified Woman Business Enterprise (WBE), Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB) and Historically Underutilized Business (HUB).
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In Their Own Words: Emma Ingram
[5/12/2019]
Baylor Magazine: Emma Ingram, a junior marketing major from San Antonio, shares her insight exploring the meaning, importance, challenges and opportunities of upholding and cultivating Illuminate’s second pillar: the University’s commitment to Transformational Undergraduate Education.
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Can You Handle a Remote Job? Researchers Explain Why Some People Are Wired for It
[5/12/2019]
Inverse: Sara Perry, assistant professor of management, is quoted in this article about the positives and negatives of working from home. Perry's research has found that emotional stability and autonomy are key ingredients to successful remote work.
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Baylor Recognizes Outstanding Staffers
[5/9/2019]
Waco Tribune-Herald: Brianna Hensley, program manager for the Center for Professional Selling in the department of marketing, is a recipient of Baylor's Outstanding Staff Award for her outstanding service and pursuit of excellence in her work.
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Tom Potts Awarded Ambassador Award from the IARFC
[5/6/2019]
Tom Potts, professor of Finance in the Hankamer School of Business, was recently recognized with an Ambassador Award from the International Association of Registered Financial Consultants (IARFC).
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10 Tips to Improve Your Presentation Slides
[5/1/2019]
Strategic Finance Magazine: Charles Davis, professor of accounting, shares tips for accounting and finance professionals on how to create meaningful presentation slides.
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Baylor Proud: Meet Baylor’s expert on employee stress & health and organizational behavior
[4/30/2019]
April 18, 2019
This Baylor faculty expert feature highlights Sara Perry, Ph.D., assistant professor of management in Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business, who teaches and conducts research in management-related topics, including negotiation, employee stress and health, innovation and leadership. Perry’s research may be especially helpful to recent and soon-to-be college grads — something media around the country are picking up on. She’s been sought out as a resource for salary negotiation tips for new graduates, how to turn a hobby into a job and whether working from home is for you.
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Baylor University Partners with Barron’s in Education
[4/30/2019]
Baylor University has partnered with Barron’s in Education to provide Barron’s digital access for all students, faculty and staff at the University.
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ProSales Team Wins 3rd Place at the 21st Annual National Collegiate Sales Competition
[4/29/2019]
A ProSales team from the Hankamer School of Business won 3rd place at the 21st Annual National Collegiate Sales Competition (NCSC) at Kennesaw State University on April 1.
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Trying too hard to get everyone to like you? Here's exactly when (and how) you need to
[4/24/2019]
Fast Company: This article cites a study by Sara Perry, assistant professor of Management, that found that in the case of empowering leadership, power is shared between managers and subordinates. When the four key behaviors of highlighting employees' work, employee participation in decision-making, emphasizing employees' strengths, and removing bureaucratic constraints are utilized, it can reduce employee cynicism and boost productivity.
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Baylor Hosts Texas SHRM Student Conference and Games
[4/24/2019]
Baylor University hosted the Texas Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Student Conference and Games on April 12-13.
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5 Tips for Managing Anxiety When You're in a Relationship
[4/23/2019]
Yahoo Lifestyle: This article references a study from James Roberts, The Ben H. Williams Professor of Marketing, and Meredith David, assistant professor of marketing, about the harmful effects of technology in relationships.
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Baylor Business Review: Recent Grad Profile: Rebecca Rodriguez: Fruits of the (Entrepreneurial) Spirit
[4/18/2019]
Rebecca Rodriguez is more than just an employee. She’s the youngest of six kids. An aunt to eight nieces and nephews. A Christian. A first-generation college student. A graduate of Baylor University. A global technology financial analyst at ExxonMobil. “What I do is not who I am,” she said. “Whose I am defines who I am, which directly influences how I do what I do daily. Each day, there are so many opportunities to be bold and to be a light that radiates hope and the power of love. For me, this is only possible by having my feet planted on solid ground — my faith.”
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Hankamer School of Business Hosts the Baylor Business Negotiation Competition
[4/18/2019]
The Hankamer School of Business hosted the Baylor Business Negotiation Competition on April 12. Nine schools, including one international school, competed in this competition.
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Baylor Business Student Team Wins Southwest Region’s CFA Investment Research Challenge at UTSA
[4/16/2019]
A student team from the Hankamer School of Business won first place at the Southwest Region’s Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Investment Research Challenge which was held the last weekend of February at University of Texas - San Antonio.
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