Recognizing the school's need to establish strong ties with industrial and corporate constituents, the ECS Advisory Board was established in 1997. Renamed in 2001, the ECS Board of Advocates supports Baylor engineering and computer science programs in order to produce superior graduates in a faith-based, educational environment and ensures the success of the Baylor School of Engineering and Computer Science. Board members appraise the school on the educational and recruitment needs of the industrial/corporate/government sector; provide guidance on how concerns can be addressed in the context of the School's and University's missions; and suggests courses of action.
Members of the ECS Board of Advocates hold high-level positions in corporate, industrial, research, government or educational institutions. Each has indicated their willingness and availability to voluntarily assist the school and the board to execute their missions. All members of the ECS Board of Advocates support the mission of the school and embrace its Christian character. The size of the board is limited to approximately twenty members.Learn More
The Hankamer Advisory Board plays a critical role in providing strategic counsel to Hankamer School of Business administrators, faculty and staff. Our advisors and faculty share many of the same qualities: excellence, leadership, service, diversity, teamwork, innovation, relevance and Christian principles. Together we work to contribute to a collegiate environment that encourages lifelong learning - not just for students but for ourselves as well. The board meets twice a year, with each member serving a three-year term.Learn More
The Board of Advocates of the Baylor University College of Arts & Sciences plays an important role in helping the College carry out its vision and achieve its goals. Board members act as advocates for Arts & Sciences throughout the public and private sectors and provide financial support for College initiatives.Learn More