Elise King, Assistant Professor in Family and Consumer Sciences and our Interior Design students recently partnered with City Center Waco on the Cotton Belt Bridge Project.
Waco is planning to convert the 19th century former railroad bridge into a pedestrian friendly bridge, similar to the Hi Line in New York. Students met with city leaders and members of the Bridge Committee to discuss the project and present their schematic design plans. As part of the project students programmed the 20,000+ square feet of space on the bridge, designed custom seating, and planned interactive activity areas to engage the community.
We Might Be On the Verge of a Mannequin Revolution
If most store mannequins were people, they’d be dangerously underweight...but is that about to change? Check out this story with quotes from Rochelle R. Brunson, PhD, Senior Lecturer in Family and Consumer Sciences & Lorynn R. Divita, PhD, Associate Professor of Family and Consumer Sciences
Founded in 2014, #Baylor's Robbins College brings together three academic units -- Communication Sciences & Disorders, Family & Consumer Sciences, and Health, Human Performance & Recreation -- that share a common purpose: improving health and the quality of life.
Visit the Camp Fair today (10/11) from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. to meet and greet with recruiters representing camps from throughout the country. This is an opportunity for you to present yourself professionally in person to a potential employer, while showcasing your communications skills.