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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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