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Most Powerful Women of 2021
Fortune: Baylor MBA alumna Thasunda Brown Duckett is ranked number 10 in Fortune Magazine's "Most Powerful Women" of 2021.
Uninsured Motorist Statistics 2021
Professor of Finance J. Franklin Potts provides insurance tips in this article about uninsured drivers.
The Perfect Workday Hours To Maximize Motivation
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.
Which Comes First: Economic Decline or Hospital Closure?
Tradeoffs: This article about hospital closures cites recent research by Economics professor Michael Richards which investigated the economic impact of rural hospital closures.
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
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.
Audio: Business Review: Performance Review
KWBU (NPR): Professor of Management Van Gray shares how companies should continually evaluate their company in order to grow.
2021 iPhone Survey: 24% Of Americans Plan On Spending More on Their Phone Due to COVID-19
Wallet Hub: Professor of Marketing James Roberts is featured as a smartphone consumer behavior expert in this article about smartphone spending during the pandemic.
Expert in Time Management Gives Advice
Baylor Lariat: Management Professor Sara Perry offers advice to students on time management and tips to structure the day.
Totaled Car Guide: Key Things To Know in 2021
Wallet Hub: Professor of Finance Franklin Potts is featured as an expert in this article about totaled car costs.
Audio: Baylor Connections: JaeHwan Kwon
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.