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Leadership Changes Support Hankamer School of Business Key Initiatives
[1/19/2022]
Dean Sandeep Mazumder announced a series of leadership changes at the Hankamer School of Business. These additions are key to Mazumder’s initiatives for the Business School: purposeful research, experiential and innovative learning, and Christ-centered diversity.
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How to Develop Your Early Career With an MBA in 2022
[1/14/2022]
BusinessBecause: In partnership with Baylor Business, this webinar features alumni and faculty who provide information about obtaining an early career MBA and how it can kickstart a career.
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Hankamer Launches Undergraduate Research Assistant Program
[1/13/2022]
Dean Sandeep Mazumder announced a new initiative at the Hankamer School of Business called the Undergraduate Research Assistant (UGRA) program that allows undergraduate students to assist professors as they conduct their research.
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5 Ways Managers Can Support Pregnant Employees
[1/12/2022]
Harvard Business Review: This article co-authored by Management professor Kaylee Hackney reviews her research which finds that pregnancy discrimination is linked to increased stress and an elevated risk for postpartum depression in pregnant working mothers.
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Accounting Team Selected for Deloitte’s National Competition
[12/17/2021]
A team of six Accounting and Business Law students from the Hankamer School of Business are advancing to compete in Deloitte’s national 2022 Audit Innovation Campus Challenge (AICC). The Baylor team is one of 12 teams selected for the national competition out of 45 colleges and universities.
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Baylor University Earns Prestigious Research 1 Status from Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education
[12/16/2021]
WACO, Texas (Dec. 16, 2021) – Baylor University has been named a Research 1 university by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education, joining the nation’s top-tier research institutions as a doctoral university with very high research activity and elevating Baylor as a preeminent Christian research university.
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Forbes 30 Under 30 2022 - Hollywood & Entertainment
[12/8/2021]
Amira Lewally, BBA '15 alumna and Supervising Producer for A&E's IndieFilms brand, has made the 2022 Forbes 30 Under 30 list for Hollywood & Entertainment.
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The Cheapest Home Insurance Companies in 2021
[11/28/2021]
MoneyGeek: Professor of Finance Franklin Potts is a featured expert in this article about affordable homeowner's insurance.
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Audio: Business Review: The Crossover Effects of Work and Home
[11/11/2021]
KWBU (NPR): Professor of Management Dawn Carlson shares how much crossover happens between work and home and how it can affect your life.
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Will Christian Left and Right Agree on Protecting Pregnant Workers?
[11/10/2021]
Sojourners: This article on how protections for pregnant workers via the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act may be an avenue for bipartisanship between conservative and progressive lawmakers and activists - especially for Christians - cites a study led by Management professor Kaylee Hackney.
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Is There a Thanksgiving Turkey Shortage? An Investigation.
[11/10/2021]
Vox: Pedro Reyes, Management professor and supply chain expert, is quoted in this article on how consumers should consider and even anticipate swapping out certain items or brands due to supply chain issues around the holidays.
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Here's How the Supply Chain Shortage Could Affect Your Holiday Grocery Shopping
[11/9/2021]
The Spruce Eats: Management professor and supply chain expert Pedro Reyes is quoted in this article on how supply chain issues will impact holiday grocery shopping.
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Baylor Online MBA Ranked No. 8 Nationally by Poets&Quants™
[11/8/2021]
WACO, Texas (Nov. 8, 2021) – Poets&Quants, the definitive online publication for business education news, has unveiled its 2022 ranking of The Best Online MBA Programs, which includes a top 10 ranking for the online MBA in Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business. The Baylor online MBA jumped to No. 8 nationally by Poets&Quants, moving up from last year’s No. 16 ranking.
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Audio: Business Review: Remote Psychology
[11/4/2021]
KWBU (NPR): Management professor Sara Perry explains why remote work is not suitable for everyone due to personal differences in stress management.
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Are Entrepreneurs Happier Than Everybody Else?
[11/3/2021]
The Wall Street Journal: Entrepreneurship professor Boris Nikolaev explains that despite working longer hours and earning less money, entrepreneurs report higher job satisfaction.
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New Strategy Links Social Security, IRA Withdrawals, Minimizes Taxes in Retirement
[11/1/2021]
Financial Advisor: Professor emeritus William Reichenstein is featured in this article explaining a strategy Reichenstein assisted in developing that lowers an individual's taxes in retirement.
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Exclusive Goldman Sachs Offers New Way for Investors To Bet on Spacs -Sources
[11/1/2021]
Reuters: Finance professor Michael Stegemoller explains how Goldman Sachs' new role as financier and adviser of SPAC deals and seller of SPAC products presents a conflict.
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Video: Don’t Waste Your Money: Some Thanksgiving Items Could Be In Short Supply
[11/1/2021]
KERO (ABC): Management professor Pedro Reyes is interviewed about supply chain issues that may affect Thanksgiving.
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Fall 2021 Alumni News
[10/15/2021]
Baylor Business Review: The latest 'goings-on' from Hankamer alumni.
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The Supreme Sacrifice
[10/14/2021]
Baylor Business Review: Library Information Specialist Frank Jasek chronicled all 240 plaques and memorial lampposts throughout campus in his self-published hardback.
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It All Goes Back to the Beginning
[10/13/2021]
Baylor Business Review: Alumnus Wayne Swearingen reflects on his career in real estate and the U.S. Air Force.
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Social Security Changes Coming in 2022
[10/13/2021]
U.S. News: William Reichenstein, professor emeritus of investments, is quoted in this article on upcoming Social Security changes.
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Fortifying Concurrent Careers
[10/12/2021]
Baylor Business Review: When Dane Harris saw a young Marine decked out in a crisp military uniform, he knew what he wanted to be. So after finishing his junior year at Baylor in 1988, he tried to enlist with the Marine Corps. Denied entry, he signed up with the U.S. Army, and that began his 30-year career as a reservist.
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Opinion: Balance Is Essential to Students’ Wellbeing
[10/12/2021]
The Suffolk Journal: Professors of Marketing James Roberts and Meredith David coauthored a study that is quoted in this article on the struggle faced by college students to balance work, school and social activities.
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Read to Achieve
[10/11/2021]
Baylor Business Review: After leaving the Army in 2013, Franco enrolled at Baylor to study Entrepreneurship. It was not a difficult decision, she said. Baylor’s program was and continues to be highly ranked, plus it was not far from her family in Dallas.
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Students, Faculty: Free Access to Barron’s Continues
[10/8/2021]
Baylor University continues its partnership with the Barron's in Education program from Dow Jones, made possible by Tommy McBride of Merrill Lynch Wealth Management. This program includes 24/7 access to Barron's, the leading financial portal and magazine.
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Best of Both Worlds
[10/8/2021]
Baylor Business Review: Starting with the 2005-2007 class, Army-Baylor partnered with the School to offer an additional joint MBA/MHA degree. While offered through the military, it functions like any other graduate-level program offered at other institutions.
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Audio: Business Review: Which Way?
[10/7/2021]
KWBU (NPR): When business leaders are faced with two difficult outcomes, Baylor Management professor Chris Meyer shares how it all comes down to one basic character trait: consistency.
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Right Place, Right Time
[10/7/2021]
Baylor Business Review: Salazar enrolled in the MBA program at Baylor in the spring of 2020. He was fascinated with the idea of how cybersecurity and business intersect and decided to earn a cybersecurity certificate as well.
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Most Powerful Women of 2021
[10/6/2021]
Fortune: Baylor MBA alumna Thasunda Brown Duckett is ranked number 10 in Fortune Magazine's "Most Powerful Women" of 2021.
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All About the Pluses
[10/6/2021]
Baylor Business Review: For Melissa Thomas, MBA/MHA '12, it has always been about helping others. This led her to Baylor, where she enrolled in the Army-Baylor Program in San Antonio to obtain a dual MBA/MHA degree.
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Into Open Water
[10/5/2021]
Baylor Business Review: Navy Lt. Cmdr. Michael Speciale was only two weeks into his online MBA program at Baylor University when he was deployed to East Africa. He was just starting to get into the rhythm of lectures and assignments when he found himself nearly 9,000 miles from Waco.
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Ready for Action
[10/4/2021]
Baylor Business Review: For many veterans making the shift from the military to a civilian workplace, it is not the actual hard skills they learned while serving that makes them good employees. Instead, it is all those other things they picked up along the way that help make the transition a smooth one.
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Not a Workaholic? You Might Have Some of the Same Traits, UGA Study Says
[10/4/2021]
Metro Atlanta CEO: Dawn Carlson, H.R. Gibson Chair of Organizational Development, and Emily Hunter, Management department chair in the Hankamer School of Business, served as co-authors on a study on the impact of workaholism on personal health and family relationships.
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Uninsured Motorist Statistics 2021
[10/4/2021]
Professor of Finance J. Franklin Potts provides insurance tips in this article about uninsured drivers.
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New Strategy Links Social Security, IRA Withdrawals, Minimizes Taxes in Retirement
[10/1/2021]
Financial Advisor: William Reichenstein, emeritus professor of investments, is referenced in this article on how social security payments and withdrawals from tax-deferred accounts can be coordinated throughout retirement to lower an individual’s taxes.
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Audio: Baylor Connections: Sandeep Mazumder
[10/1/2021]
Baylor Connections: Sandeep Mazumder was named The William E. Crenshaw Endowed Dean of the Hankamer School of Business after an extensive national search this spring. Mazumder shares his journey from London to Waco, which included stops at some of the world’s most prestigious institutions along the way. He examines his philosophy on faith and scholarship and highlights the experiences that guided him into a new season of leadership at Baylor.
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Audio: Business Review: The Lead Conductor
[9/30/2021]
KWBU (NPR): Andrea Dixon executive director for the Center for Professional Selling and associate professor of Marketing, gives insight into the changing management process.
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Not a Workaholic? You Might Have Some of the Same Traits
[9/29/2021]
The Financial: A study by Management professors Emily Hunter and Dawn Carlson is featured in this article on workaholics and what being a workaholic can mean for the future.
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Watch Dean Mazumder’s Conversation with Business Students
[9/29/2021]
Sandeep Mazumder, the William E. Crenshaw Endowed Dean of the Hankamer School of Business, hosted students from the Business School for a series of questions on Sept. 6.
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Light will Rise in the Darkness: Join the BU 58:10 Project
[9/29/2021]
The Baylor Department of Accounting and Business Law is partnering with The Pack Shack to pack 50,000 meals for our community. Students, faculty and staff from all departments can help at the packing party Oct. 20, 2021, 4-6 p.m., at the Meyer Conference Center, Foster 250.
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Video: Truck Driver Shortage Could Cause Trouble This Holiday Season
[9/28/2021]
KXXV: Pedro Reyes, professor of Supply Chain Management, is quoted in this article on the shortage of truck drivers and how it could impact holiday shopping.
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Snap Benefits Helped Older Adults Avoid Food Insecurity During Pandemic
[9/28/2021]
AARP: A study done by Feeding America and Craig Gunderson, professor of Economics and the Snee Family Endowed Chair at the Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty, is quoted in this article regarding SNAP benefits and food insecurity during the pandemic.
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Baylor’s Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise Opens Applications for 2022 New Venture Competition
[9/21/2021]
WACO, Texas (Sept. 21, 2021) – Baylor University’s John F. Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise has opened applications for the 11th annual Baylor New Venture Competition (BNVC), a two-day business plan and elevator pitch competition for collegiate entrepreneurs across the world.
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The Perfect Workday Hours To Maximize Motivation
[9/17/2021]
Thrive Global: This article cites research from Management professors Emily Hunter and Cindy Wu which finds that taking a coffee break in the mid-morning offers the greatest benefit.
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Which Comes First: Economic Decline or Hospital Closure?
[9/17/2021]
Tradeoffs: This article about hospital closures cites recent research by Economics professor Michael Richards which investigated the economic impact of rural hospital closures.
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Provost Honors Baylor University Faculty as 2021-2022 Baylor Fellows
[9/15/2021]
WACO, Texas (Sept. 15, 2021) – Ten Baylor University faculty members have been selected by Provost Nancy Brickhouse, Ph.D., to serve as 2021-2022 Baylor Fellows for their excellence in teaching and desire to transform student thinking through innovation.
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Baylor University To Celebrate Boundary Breaking Women
[9/14/2021]
WACO, Texas (Sept. 14, 2021) – Baylor University’s Women’s and Gender Studies Program will host the Boundary Breaking Women’s Panel from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Thursday on the fifth floor of the Cashion Academic Center. Baylor students, faculty and staff are invited.
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Baylor Rises to No. 75 in Latest U.S. News Rankings, in Top 10 for Undergraduate Entrepreneurship, Among Nation’s Best for First-Year Experience, Undergraduate Research
[9/13/2021]
WACO, Texas (Sept. 13, 2021) – Baylor University moved up to No. 75 among National Universities – with several academic programs and opportunities for undergraduates highly rated – in the latest rankings for 2022 released today by U.S. News & World Report.
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Audio: Business Review: Performance Review
[9/9/2021]
KWBU (NPR): Professor of Management Van Gray shares how companies should continually evaluate their company in order to grow.
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2021 iPhone Survey: 24% Of Americans Plan On Spending More on Their Phone Due to COVID-19
[9/8/2021]
Wallet Hub: Professor of Marketing James Roberts is featured as a smartphone consumer behavior expert in this article about smartphone spending during the pandemic.
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Expert in Time Management Gives Advice
[9/1/2021]
Baylor Lariat: Management Professor Sara Perry offers advice to students on time management and tips to structure the day.
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Totaled Car Guide: Key Things To Know in 2021
[8/23/2021]
Wallet Hub: Professor of Finance Franklin Potts is featured as an expert in this article about totaled car costs.
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Audio: Baylor Connections: JaeHwan Kwon
[8/13/2021]
Baylor Connections: JaeHwan Kwon, professor of Marketing, discusses his research utilizing eye-tracking technology to determine attention and physiological responses to uncover clues about what draws and keeps our attention.
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New Michaels CEO is also a Baylor Bear
[8/9/2021]
Ashley Buchanan (BBA '96, MBA '98) was tabbed as Michaels president and CEO last year after a long tenure at Walmart.
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Laurie Burney Named IMA’s Professor-in-Residence
[8/2/2021]
IMA (Institute of Management Accountants), the association of accountants and financial professionals in business, has named Accounting professor Laurie Burney as IMA’s Professor-in-Residence.
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Audio: Business Review: Fear-Based Marketing
[7/29/2021]
KWBU (NPR): Marketing professor Meredith David shares how and when fear-based marketing can be effective.
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"Business Review" Radio Series Earns Awards in International Competition
[7/19/2021]
The "Business Review" radio series produced by Livingston+McKay and Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business continues a long streak of recognition with an Award of Excellence and an Award of Distinction from the Communicator Awards.
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Best Student Credit Cards of 2021
[7/15/2021]
MoneyGeek: Franklin Potts, professor of Finance, is quoted as a featured expert in this article about student credit cards.
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Why Home Team Fans Are So Valuable to Sponsors
[7/7/2021]
Forbes: Executive director of Sports Strategy & Sales, Kirk Wakefield reviews a large-scale study of sports fans compared to the national population that reveals insights to help explain why brands flock to sports sponsorships and programming.
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Seeds of Faith
[7/1/2021]
Sandeep Mazumder brings passions for God and learning into his new role as Hankamer dean.
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7 Traits of High-Quality Remote Job Candidates
[6/22/2021]
Business 2 Community: This article about traits that indicate whether a candidate will be successful in a remote role cites recent research by Management professor Sara Perry on the effect of remote work environments on different personalities.
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Spurs Add Michael Dell to Investor Group as Peter J. Holt Gains Full Control of NBA Team
[6/21/2021]
San Antonio Report: Professor of marketing and executive director of the Center for Sports Strategy and Sales Kirk Wakefield is quoted in this article about the San Antonio Spurs new investor group that includes Austin billionaire Michael Dell.
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Waco's Stages Bring Shakespeare, Billie Holiday, Tennessee Williams to Life With Weekend Productions
[6/16/2021]
Waco Tribune-Herald: Marketing professor and professional vocalist Tyrha Lindsey-Warren will perform an homage to Billie Holiday in the local production of "Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill."
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Baylor Online MBA and Executive MBA Programs Offer New Concentration in Global Trade and Supply Chain Management
[6/16/2021]
WACO, Texas (June 16, 2021) - To help supply chain managers effectively navigate supply chain risks and disruptions ranging from a worldwide pandemic to ransomware attacks, Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business has added a new concentration in Global Trade and Supply Chain Management beginning this fall in its nationally ranked Baylor Online MBA and Baylor Executive MBA programs in Dallas and Austin.
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2021's Best & Worst States for Working Dads
[6/16/2021]
Wallet Hub: Dawn Carlson, professor of Management, is a featured expert in this article and shares the biggest issues facing working dads today.
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Seeking something beyond a traditional major? These Baylor programs are for you
[6/15/2021]
Baylor is annually ranked among the best universities in the nation, with 140+ highly regarded baccalaureate programs. But even that’s not enough for some students, who are looking for something extra rigorous (and perhaps something that crosses the borders of more traditional majors). For such Bears, Baylor offers three distinct scholar programs — Business Fellows, […]
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Increased Organizational Support for Employees’ Adoption Efforts Yields Positive Benefits At All Levels, Baylor Study Shows
[6/14/2021]
WACO, Texas (June 14, 2021) – When an organization supports its employees who choose to adopt children, the employees, their families, the adopted children and the organization itself experience positive benefits and outcomes, according to new research from Baylor University.
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Audio: The Pandemic Challenged Conventional Thinking About Work. Can We Go Back to Business as Usual?
[6/8/2021]
Texas Public Radio: Professor of management and remote work expert Sara Perry discusses the future of work in a post-pandemic world.
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Precarization or Protection? How Labour Policies Influence the Effects of Globalization on Informality
[5/27/2021]
WIDERAngle (United Nations University): Lourenço Paz, professor of economics, co-authored a recent study on the impacts of globalization on the economy in Brazil and important findings as a result.
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Audio: Business Review: Insincere Negotiations
[5/27/2021]
KWBU (NPR): Management professor Chris Meyer discusses negotiators whose purpose is strategic and not deal closing.
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The 3 Keys to Success (and Failure) In Family Businesses
[5/21/2021]
CO (U.S. Chamber of Commerce): Lee Grumbles, entrepreneurship professor, is quoted in this article about traits that lead a family-run business towards success or failure.
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The 5 Best Homeowners Insurance Companies in Texas
[5/17/2021]
MoneyGeek: Franklin Potts, finance professor, is quoted as a personal finance expert who offers first-time homebuyers on how to look for homeowners insurance in Texas.
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Baylor Bear named president & CEO of one of America’s 100 largest companies
[5/12/2021]
In late February, TIAA — a leading financial services provider that ranks among the 100 largest corporations in America — named one of Baylor’s own as its president and CEO. As of May 1, Thasunda Brown Duckett (MBA ’01) now calls the shots for one of the nation’s largest providers of secure retirements and outcome-focused […]
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The State of Modern Economics
[5/6/2021]
The Austrian: Professor of entrepreneurship Peter Klein shares his insights about the state of the economics profession.
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Jerry Johnson, 'Quintessential Baylor Professor,' Voice of Marching Band for 46 Years, Dies
[5/7/2021]
Waco Tribune-Herald: Dr. Jerry Johnson, recently retired professor of marketing, passed away on May 4th. This article shares details about his career of service and multiple tributes from colleagues whose lives he touched.
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Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage
[5/3/2021]
Wallet Hub: Allen Seward, director of the Baylor Business Fellows, is a featured expert in this article about motorist coverage.
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Baylor Professor Named "Emerging Scholar in Sport Marketing"
[5/3/2021]
Lane Wakefield, a Baylor Marketing professor, has earned multiple national recognitions from the American Marketing Association (AMA).
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Hagins Named to Lead Development for Baylor's Hankamer School of Business
[4/28/2021]
In early 2021, the Development team at the Hankamer School of Business saw new leadership and additional growth as Charles B. "Trey" Hagins III was appointed Managing Director of Development for the Business School.
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The Kentucky Derby Makes the Fastest Two Minutes in Sports a Year-Round Party
[4/26/2021]
Forbes: How did the fastest two minutes in sports become an important strategic event for sponsors and sports marketers? Professor of marketing, Kirk Wakefield, shares his expert insights.
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Baylor Supply Chain Case Competition Team Earns "Final Four" Recognition
[4/23/2021]
Four students representing the Hankamer School of Business placed fourth at the 8th Annual National Undergraduate Supply Chain Case Competition this month.
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Your EMBA Guide: What Is an Executive MBA and How to Choose the Right University
[4/22/2021]
Discover what the executive MBA degree program is all about and what to look for when choosing the right EMBA for you.
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2021's Best & Worst Small Cities to Start a Business
[4/20/2021]
Wallet Hub: T. Stevens Chair of Free Enterprise Steve Bradley is a featured expert in this article about starting a business in small cities and offers advice on what entrepreneurs should look for in a small city.
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Car Insurance For Teens & Young Drivers: Cheapest and Best Companies in 2021
[4/5/2021]
MoneyGeek: Franklin Potts, finance professor, is quoted as a personal finance expert who offers teens on a budget advice on shopping for a car with insurance rates in mind.
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Audio: Baylor Connections: Terry Maness
[4/2/2021]
In this Baylor Connections, Terry Maness reflects on his 24 years of service as dean of the Hankamer School of Business ahead of his retirement this summer.
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The Best Cheap Car Insurance for College and High School Students on a Budget
[4/5/2021]
MoneyGeek: Finance professor and personal finance expert Franklin Potts offers his advice for high school students on a budget on how to select the right auto insurance.
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Dr. Sandeep Mazumder Appointed Crenshaw Dean of Baylor's Hankamer School of Business
[4/1/2021]
WACO, Texas (April 1, 2021) – Following a nationwide search, Baylor University Provost Nancy Brickhouse, Ph.D., announced today that Sandeep Mazumder, Ph.D., professor and chair of the Department of Economics at Wake Forest University, has been selected as The William E. Crenshaw Endowed Dean of Baylor's nationally ranked Hankamer School of Business. His appointment is effective July 1.
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Phishing Tests Are Necessary. But They Don’t Need To Be Evil
[4/1/2021]
Harvard Business Review: Covered in this article is recent research by professor of information systems, Daniel Pienta who found that companies who use phishing tests with questionable tactics have the potential to harm the company's relationship with their employees.
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Baylor Graduate and Professional Programs Ranked in U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 Edition of Best Graduate Schools
[3/31/2021]
Several Baylor University graduate and professional programs were among those nationally ranked in the 2022 U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools rankings, released March 30.
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Baylor Study: What Motivates People To Prevent COVID-19?
[3/30/2021]
Baptist Standard: Professors of marketing James Roberts and Meredith David have found that fear of COVID-19 is the primary driving factor that motivates people to take preventive measures to safeguard against it.
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Pandemic Propels Sports Sponsorships to Outperform Expectations
[3/26/2021]
Forbes: Executive director of Sports Strategy & Sales, Kirk Wakefield, discusses the effectiveness of sports sponsorship campaigns in 2020 due to digital transformation and pent-up demand.
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Audio: Business Review: The Crossover Effects of Work and Home
[3/11/2021]
KWBU (NPR): Professor of management, Dawn Carlson, is interviewed about her research that looks at how work can affect home life.
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Why a Baylor MBA: Student & Alumni Perspectives
[3/24/2021]

Ask any graduate business student or alum and they'll tell you that earning an MBA is a tedious process. Some of our MBA students and alumni share their top reasons why they chose to obtain a Baylor MBA.


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From Plebe to Partner
[3/19/2021]
When faced with challenges, retired Army Capt. Kerry McNair learned early on that if he gave his best efforts, even adversity could present opportunity. It was true when he attended West Point and it is true today, as he helps companies deal with the fallout of a global pandemic.
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Popular Stocks That Hedge Funds Are Buying
[3/11/2021]
Wallet Hub: William Reichenstein, professor of finance, offers tips for investors about sectors that are expected to grow in the coming years.
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4 Things You Need to Know About Earning Your Online MBA
[3/10/2021]
Choosing the right MBA program format can be challenging. Here are the top things you need to know about earning your MBA degree online.
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Taking the GMAT or GRE at Home: Standardized Testing in the Age of COVID-19
[2/24/2021]
In the past century, standardized testing has become a topic of educational and philosophical debate for exam administrators and prospective students alike. One thing is for certain: the pandemic has shifted the model for standardized testing and preparation.
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Gender Discrimination Is Still Alive and Well in the Workplace in 2021
[2/15/2021]
Forbes: Included in this article is a reference to a study by management professor Kaylee Hackney who researched the link between mothers on maternity leave and gender discrimination in the workplace.
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Baylor Prof Leads Innovative Team Working To Disrupt Human Trafficking
[2/10/2021]
Baptist News Global: Stacie Petter, professor of information systems and business analytics, has earned a nearly $250,000 planning grant from the National Science Foundation to provide law enforcement a technological edge in combatting human trafficking.
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Baylor Researcher Exploring Technology's Role in Sex Trafficking Fight
[2/5/2021]
Waco Tribune-Herald: The National Science Foundation has funded the efforts of Stacie Petter, information systems and business analytics professor, who studies how technology plays a role in human trafficking and how law enforcement can fight it.
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