Baylor in the News Archives for Jan. 2015

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1. FOX News: Sleeping well now protects your brain in the future, study finds 1/30/2015
1. KWTX-TV (Waco, CBS): RG3 Exclusive Interview 1/30/2015
1. Pittsburgh (PA) Tribune-Review: Super Bowl ads win by playing to viewers' emotions, experts say 1/30/2015
2. Healing Well: Good Sleep in Middle Age May Pay Benefits Later 1/30/2015
3. Air Force Times: Study links genetics, anti nerve-agent pills to Gulf War illness 1/30/2015
Baylor Lariat: Baylor to offer students new study abroad program at Israeli university this summer 1/30/2015
Baylor School of Music Presents Dynamic Organ Conference 1/30/2015
Baylor School of Music Presents Spring Lyceum Series 1/30/2015
Fort Worth Business Press: UT Arlington names VP for university communications 1/30/2015
Glasstire: Top Five: Jan 29, 2015 1/30/2015
Honors Residential College Presents Powerful Film on Immigrant Deaths 1/30/2015
The Cass County (MO) Democrat Missourian: Miller hired as CCC Director 1/30/2015
The Manchester Journal (Vermont): Authors coming to Bookstore 1/30/2015
Waco Today: Organists with Baylor School of Music draws rave reviews 1/30/2015
Waco Tribune-Herald: Mark Long, guest columnist: New Year’s on a fast-changing Persian Gulf 1/30/2015
1. Army Times: Study links genetics, anti nerve-agent pills to Gulf War illness 1/29/2015
1. KBTX-TV (Bryan/College Station, CBS): Baylor Regent To Restore Brazos County's Oldest Law Book Written By University Founder 1/29/2015
1. Waco Tribune-Herald: Wilco drummer Kotche highlights Baylor percussion symposium 1/29/2015
2. Campus Technology: How Digital Asset Management Makes Social Media More Effective at Baylor 1/29/2015
2. IdeaMensch: Per Bylund – Research Professor at Baylor University 1/29/2015
2. Philadelphia Inquirer: Good Sleep in Middle Age May Pay Benefits Later 1/29/2015
3. Baylor Lariat: Baylor breaks recycling goal for 9th straight year 1/29/2015
3. Health Magazine: How You Might Be Sabotaging Your Relationship Without Realizing It 1/29/2015
4. Baylor Lariat: Women’s exit of IT studied at Baylor 1/29/2015
Baylor Student Awarded Fellowship from U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 1/29/2015
KWTX-TV (Waco, CBS): Three BU Employees Picked To Work The Super Bowl 1/29/2015
Waco Tribune-Herald: Foreign cultures come to town in Mission Waco event 1/29/2015
1. BBC Radio (United Kingdom): Sound sleep in youth and middle age pays off over time 1/28/2015
2. HealthDay: Good Sleep in Middle Age May Pay Benefits Later 1/28/2015
3. Health Magazine: How You Might Be Sabotaging Your Relationship Without Realizing It 1/28/2015
4. The Knoxville Times: Genes, environment play role in 'drinking' during adolescence and beyond 1/28/2015
Business Insider: A Rare Glimpse Inside The Life And Mind Of Oracle CEO Mark Hurd 1/28/2015
Center for Astrophysics, Space Physics & Engineering Research (CASPER) Presents Spring Seminar Series 1/28/2015
Military Times: Study links genetics, anti nerve-agent pills to Gulf War illness 1/28/2015
The Real News: Death Toll in Ukraine at Five Thousand as the Ceasefire Breaks Down 1/28/2015
Waco Tribune-Herald: Officials break ground on Brazos River wetland to be used by scientists 1/28/2015
1. Frisco (TX) Online: Baylor University and Collin College Announce Partnership on New ‘Baylor Bound’ Transfer Agreement 1/27/2015
1. Sleep in Young Adults Important For Later Life Cognitive Function 1/27/2015
1. Rowlett Lakeshore Times: Baylor forensics lecturer to discuss efforts to ID unnamed dead in south Texas 1/27/2015
1. Tampa Bay Times: Stuck in the '80s 1/27/2015
1. The News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.): NBA draft pick Isaiah Austin kicks off National Catholic Schools Week in Raleigh 1/27/2015
2. Laredo Morning Times: Valls brothers’ athletics tied to war memoirs 1/27/2015
2. Tech Times: Sleep Well While You Are Young If You Want a Sharp Memory Later in Life 1/27/2015
2. The Baptist Standard: Baylor professor to evaluate Ohio fatherhood program 1/27/2015
3. Ethics Daily: Profiles in Goodwill: Thomas Kidd 1/27/2015
3. The Alabama Baptist: Once among the healthiest of professions, clergy seeing spike in obesity 1/27/2015
4. Psych Central: Religiosity Impacts Finishing College 1/27/2015
5. TopNews.In: Genes, environment play role in 'drinking' during adolescence and beyond 1/27/2015
Baylor THIS MATTERS Panel to Discuss Charlie Hedbo, Faith and Freedom of Speech 1/27/2015
McKinney (TX) Online: Collin College and Baylor University Announce Partnership on New 'Baylor Bound' Transfer Agreement 1/27/2015
Office of the Vice Provost for Research and Department of Religion Welcomes Scholar Carolyn Osiek to Colloquium Series 1/27/2015
Opera Meets Disco as Baylor Opera Theater Presents “The Elixir of Love” 1/27/2015
Visiting History Professor to Speak About the Future of Christian Marriage 1/27/2015
1. Christian Today: David Crowder's 'Come as You are' tops the chart; Grammy nominated singer extends tour 1/26/2015
1. Self Magazine: Get Better Sleep—Or This Might Happen to Your Brain 1/26/2015
1. The Baltimore Sun: Seeking the Mighty Wonders of Aquasco, singers of one fine gospel tune 1/26/2015
2. CLTV (Chicago, Regional Cable): Sleep and Memory 1/26/2015
2. The Baptist Standard: Around the State: Baylor names Wolf to religious freedom chair 1/26/2015
3. Financial Planning: Social Security Needs Dependability, Even If Benefits Decrease: Retirement Scan 1/26/2015
4. Profiles in Goodwill: Roger Olson 1/26/2015
Baylor University and Collin College Announce Partnership on New ‘Baylor Bound’ Transfer Agreement 1/26/2015
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: Vets study links PB pills, genetic variations to Gulf War illness 1/26/2015
1. Huffington Post: Good-Quality Sleep When Young Helps Memory Later In Life, Study Says 1/23/2015
2. The Telegraph (United Kingdom): Sleep well in middle age to stay sharper in later life 1/23/2015
Baylor Academy for Leader Development Lecture Series Welcomes Former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Education Diane Ravitch 1/23/2015
Baylor Lariat: A Lesson on Comedy: Professor Discusses Racial Joke Sensitivity 1/23/2015
Dallas Citybizlist: Elisa Fox and Sarah Powers Promoted to Senior Associate at Decker Jones, P.C. 1/23/2015
Jewish Political News & Updates: New Study: Religious Jews, Shul-Goers Are Healthier 1/23/2015
KBIQ-FM (Colorado Springs, CO): Crowder Gets First Grammy Nomination on Eve of Spring Tour 1/23/2015
MLive: Principal for New Grand Rapids Public Museum School Named 1/23/2015
Modern Languages and Cultures Hosts Colloquium 1/23/2015
Our Sunday Visitor (national weekly Catholic newspaper): USCCB assessing Asian, Pacific Islander needs 1/23/2015
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Study tracks wait staff reaction to difficult customers 1/23/2015 Want a Better Memory in 30 Years? Go to Sleep Now 1/23/2015
Truett Seminary at Baylor University Receives $500,000 Lilly Endowment Grant to Strengthen Preaching 1/23/2015
Waco Tribune-Herald: Arts: Overcoming barriers to arts in today’s culture 1/23/2015
Waco Tribune-Herald: Baylor Opera goes disco, pulls ‘Elixir of Love’ into 1970s 1/23/2015
WLAX-TV (La Crosse/Eau Claire, WI, FOX): Extensis Hosts Upcoming Webcast: How Baylor University Put the Insta in Instagram with Digital Asset Management 1/23/2015
Yahoo Finance (Australia): US prison program produces business plans 1/23/2015
1. Waco Tribune-Herald: Half-century of artistry makes up Karl Umlauf’s Baylor show 1/22/2015
2. The Wall Street Journal: A Crucial Resume Tip for Seniors Looking for Work 1/22/2015
3. Houston Chronicle: Long: In the Segregation Era, A Tale of Two Children 1/22/2015
Baylor Political Science Professors Awarded Outstanding Academic Titles by Choice Magazine 1/22/2015
Baylor University Professor Receives Charles L. Brewer Distinguished Teaching of Psychology Award 1/22/2015
CNBC: Inspirato Appoints President of FRHI International Division and Fairmont Hotels & Resorts as New Board Member 1/22/2015
Crowder Brings Neon Steeple Tour to Waco Hall April 8 1/22/2015 Michelle Potter of Alt. Gastroenterology Associates Receives PRSA Georgia’s Chapter Champion Award 1/22/2015
KWTX-TV (Waco, CBS): Baylor, City of Waco Partner For Water Treatment Program 1/22/2015
Newsmax Health: Clergy Prone to Obesity: Study 1/22/2015
People’s World: Happiness is … joining a union! 1/22/2015
Sleep Tight and Stay Bright? Invest Now, Baylor Researcher Says 1/22/2015
Tablet: Does Going to Synagogue Make You Healthier? 1/22/2015
Visiting Physicists to Unravel and Shed Light on Physical Mysteries 1/22/2015
WDSU-TV (New Orleans, NBC): Saints Hire Jeff Ireland, Remain Quiet on Other Positions 1/22/2015
1. Washington Examiner: In State of the Union, Obama Takes Fight to Republicans 1/21/2015
2. The American Conservative: ‘False Flags,’ Charlie Hebdo, and Martin Luther King 1/21/2015
3. Waco Tribune-Herald: MHMR’s Klaras Center Gets Funds to Offer Alternative Therapy, Care to Local Children 1/21/2015
4. The Baylor Lariat: New Provost to Assume Office in Fall 1/21/2015
5. Gilmer Mirror: Former U.S. Congressman Frank Wolf Named Wilson Chair in Religious Freedom at Baylor University 1/21/2015
AZ Big Media: St. Luke’s Medical Center Has New CEO 1/21/2015
Carnage and Culture: All Christians Rely on Tradition Rather than Scripture Alone 1/21/2015
Dallas Citybizlist: Angela Nash Joins Methodist Health System Foundation as VP of Development 1/21/2015 For Pastors, It's Easy to Pack on the Pounds 1/21/2015
Jewish Telegraphic Agency: Study links synagogue affiliation to better health 1/21/2015
KGO-AM “Consumer Talk” (San Francisco): Emily Hunter Interview on “Is the Customer Always Right?” 1/21/2015
KWKT-TV (Waco, FOX): Baylor Students Give Back on MLK Day of Service 1/21/2015
Manila Bulletin: Tweeting together, staying together 1/21/2015
The American Conservative: ‘False Flags,’ Charlie Hebdo, and Martin Luther King 1/21/2015
The Baylor Lariat: Philanthropy Lab Donates $100,000 to Central Texas Groups 1/21/2015
The Gospel Herald: China Continues to Accept Jesus as Christ Despite Rampant Government Oppositions 1/21/2015
1. Former U.S. Congressman Frank Wolf Named Wilson Chair in Religious Freedom at Baylor University 1/20/2015
1. FOX News Radio: Is There More Violence In The Bible Or The Quran? 1/20/2015
1. KCEN-TV (Waco, NBC): Baylor Students Prepare Meals for MLK Day Service 1/20/2015
1. Roll Call: Former Rep. Frank Wolf Will Lead Baylor University’s Efforts on Capitol Hill 1/20/2015
2. Baylor Scientist Finds First Direct Evidence of Gene-Exposure Link in Gulf War Illness 1/20/2015
2. Daily Finance: University Researchers Ask: Did the Waiter Spit in Your Soup? 1/20/2015
2. KERA Radio (Dallas): From Spirituals to Smash Hits 1/20/2015
2. Politico Huddle: WOLF SPOTTED IN TEXAS 1/20/2015
2. The Wall Street Journal: The Best Online Tools for Retirement Planning and Living 1/20/2015
2. Waco Tribune-Herald: MLK Day Activities Bring Wacoans Together 1/20/2015
3. For Pastors, It's Easy to Pack on the Pounds 1/20/2015
3. KXXV-TV (Waco, ABC): MLK Day celebrations amid rising national racial tension 1/20/2015
3. Newsday (NY): Texas prison program aims to produce business-savvy inmates 1/20/2015
3. Politico Morning Cybersecurity Briefing: ON THE MOVE 1/20/2015
4. Rewire me: Do Couples Prefer Conflict Over Shared Power? Research shows couples long for mutuality and transparency 1/20/2015
4. WORLD Magazine: Career change 1/20/2015
5. Jewish Business News: Baylor U Study: American Jews Who Attend Synagogue Services Enjoy Better Health 1/20/2015
Waco Tribune-Herald: Baylor, Midway Grad Craig Cunningham Returns Home to Debut Biblical Film “Genesis” 1/20/2015
1. ABC News Radio: Obesity Epidemic Within Clergy Community 1/16/2015
1. CBC Radio-Canada: Ideas: C.S. Lewis and The Inklings, Part 2 1/16/2015
2. KERA-FM (Dallas, NPR): Art and the Afterlife 1/16/2015
2. The Philadelphia Inquirer: For Pastors, It's Easy to Pack on the Pounds 1/16/2015
3. The Telegraph (UK): How giving your loved-one the silent treatment can do more harm than arguing 1/16/2015
Baylor Professor Receives Grant from the Fatherhood Research and Practice Network to Evaluate an Ohio Fatherhood Program 1/16/2015
Baylor University and Waco Community Remember Martin Luther King Jr. 1/16/2015
Jewish News: Study links synagogue affiliation to better health 1/16/2015
KXAS-TV (Dallas): Texas Prison Program Aims to Produce Business-Savvy Inmates 1/16/2015
Martin Museum of Art Presents Karl Umlauf Exhibition and Gallery Talk 1/16/2015
Medical News Today: Why more than a third of American clergy are overweight 1/16/2015
Medical News Today: Synagogue Attendance By Jewish Americans Leads to Better Health 1/16/2015
St. Louis Jewish Light: Study links synagogue affiliation to better health 1/16/2015
Stamford Advocate: Cox Smith Names Six New Shareholders 1/16/2015
Suncoast News (Florida): Service employees need to focus on customer experience 1/16/2015
The Baptist Standard: Sabbath rest can help portly pastors fight fat, Baylor study shows 1/16/2015
The Trentonian (New Jersey): Did the Waiter Spit In Your Soup? University Researchers Know What Really Happens in Eateries 1/16/2015
1. HealthDay: For Pastors, It's Easy to Pack on the Pounds 1/15/2015
2. Mainstreet: Did the Waiter Spit In Your Soup? University Researchers Know What Really Happens in Eateries 1/15/2015
3. The Times of Israel: Going to synagogue can make you healthier, new study suggests 1/15/2015
4. Addiction Treatment Magazine: Most College Students Surveyed Say They’re Addicted To Phones – Are You? 1/15/2015
CNBC: Sloan, Bagley, Hatcher & Perry Law Firm Associate Carson Runge Named To Million Dollar Advocates Forum and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum 1/15/2015
Environmental Health Science Hosts World-Class Spring Lecture Series 1/15/2015
The Salt Lake Tribune: Texas prison goal: Business-savvy inmates 1/15/2015
Waco Tribune Herald: Arts: How creative writing helped troops deal with PTSD 1/15/2015
1. The Jewish Daily Forward: Can Going to Synagogue Make You Healthier? 1/14/2015
1. The Virginian-Pilot: Baylor prof to lead ODU business school 1/14/2015
2. Science Daily: Jewish Americans who attend synagogue enjoy better health, study finds 1/14/2015
2. The Sydney (Australia) Daily Telegraph: Pinched consumers going on saving spree 1/14/2015
3. Baptist News Global: Once among the healthiest of professions, clergy seeing spike in obesity 1/14/2015
4. Valdosta (GA) Today: Is the customer always right? Workplace deviance expert tackles age-old question 1/14/2015
Christian Today: China: Christianity grows in massive proportions despite government crackdown 1/14/2015
KBTX-TV (Bryan/CS, CBS): New District Attorney Appointed in Leon County 1/14/2015
The Baptist Standard: Texas lawmakers urged to restore funding for public education 1/14/2015
The Wacoan: Manufacturing Excellence: Igniting passions, building a better future 1/14/2015
1. AdWeek: Yes, Nasty Restaurant Customers, Servers Will Indeed Sabotage Your Food 1/13/2015
1. Educause Review Online: The Texas Digital Library: A Model Collaboration 1/13/2015
1. KWTX-TV (Waco): Waco: Baylor Marks 90th Anniversary Of Landmark Case 1/13/2015
1. The New York Times: Want to Be Happy? Join a Union 1/13/2015
2. KXXV-TV (Waco, ABC): Local Pastors and Educators Partner 1/13/2015
2. New York Daily News: Holy heftiness: One-third of clergy members are obese, study finds 1/13/2015
2. Writers Read: Greg Garrett 1/13/2015
3. CBS Houston: Study: More Than A Third of American Pastors Obese 1/13/2015
5. Bergmann & Moore, LLC: Gulf War illness: It’s physical, you can see it, and there is good news on treatment 1/13/2015
Baylor Mourns Passing of Founders Medal Recipient, Former Regent Ralph Storm 1/13/2015
Christian Today: One third of US pastors are obese 1/13/2015
KWBU-FM (NPR, Waco): Central Texas Leadership Series: Dr. Reagan Ramsower 1/13/2015
1. Faith Radio: Are you willing to get dirty? 1/12/2015
1. KWTX-TV (Waco, CBS): Petty Named Bobby Bowden Winner By FCA 1/12/2015
1. Patheos: The Bounty of Keston 1/12/2015
1. Waco Tribune-Herald: Local achievements 1/12/2015
1. Washington Times: Study finds over a third of America’s clergy are obese due to stress, long hours 1/12/2015
2. The Australian: Pinched consumers going on saving spree 1/12/2015
3. Network World: iPhone separation anxiety is really a thing, researchers say 1/12/2015
Is the Customer Always Right? Workplace Deviance Expert Tackles Age-old Question 1/12/2015
Jewish Americans Who Attend Synagogue Enjoy Better Health, Baylor Study Finds 1/12/2015
Portly Pastors Widespread, but Sabbaticals and Peer Support Can Help Fight Fat, Baylor Study Finds 1/12/2015
Tyler Morning Telegraph: Group reaches area inmates through Sunday School services 1/12/2015
1. Christianity Today: Remembering Andrae Crouch, Dead at 72 1/9/2015
2. The Washington Post: Gospel legend Andrae Crouch dead at 72 1/9/2015
3. A Woman With One Of The Saddest Jobs In The World Gets Honest About It With Her Husband 1/9/2015
Baylor President to Address Central Texas Superintendents and Pastors on the Role of Clergy in Supporting Public Education 1/9/2015
Cameron (TX) Herald: County to honor long-time local physician 1/9/2015
Greater Good (University of California, Berkeley): How Gratitude Beats Materialism 1/9/2015 (Canada): Midland-born oceanographer has travelled the world 1/9/2015
Patheos: Are Your Committing These 2 Relationship-Killing Habits? 1/9/2015 ‘American Idol’ Premiere Recap: The 17 Best Auditions From Night 2 1/9/2015
Science Newsline: Withdrawal Or Expecting Your Lover to Mind-read Hurts Relationships, but in Different Ways 1/9/2015
Stable Management: Equine-Veteran Research at Baylor University is Awarded $50,000 1/9/2015
The Baptist Standard: Kathy Hillman: Upward and Onward 1/9/2015
Waco Tribune-Herald: Artists-in-residences in Waco add human dimension to artworks 1/9/2015
Waco Tribune-Herald: Waco ISD tech academy gets new director focusing on ‘soft skills,’ enrollment 1/9/2015
Yahoo! Health: What Your Reaction After A Fight Says About Your Relationship 1/9/2015
Yahoo! Music: 'American Idol' Season 14 Premiere, Pt. 2 : Savion Wright Returns to Save the Show 1/9/2015
Baylor Sociologist Earns Award from Gerontological Society of America for Her Research on Older Adults 1/8/2015
Business Standard: Expectations and withdrawal from partner puts relationship at risk 1/8/2015
CRM Magazine: Where Does CRM Go from Here? 1/8/2015
Digital Journal: 'Technoference’ from gadgets may be hurting your relationships 1/8/2015
The Shreveport Times: LSUS selects new provost 1/8/2015
Tulsa World: Retirement: claiming Social Security if you're single or widowed 1/8/2015
Waco Tribune-Herald: Arts: The piano is disappearing from our homes 1/8/2015
Yahoo! News (India): Expectations and withdrawal from partner puts relationship at risk 1/8/2015
1. SiriusXM/Doctor Radio: Dr. James Roberts on financial health, materialism and happiness 1/7/2015
1. The Huffington Post: In the Wake of Charlie Hebdo: Why Satire Matters 1/7/2015
2. Arts Journal: About Last Night 1/7/2015
2. Product and Design Development: 11 Technologies That Could Shape The Future 1/7/2015
3. The NWI Times (Munster, IN): Jobs: Local Benefits 1/7/2015
3. WORLD Magazine: ‘More God, less crime’ 1/7/2015
4. Kiplinger: Best Social Security Strategies for Singles 1/7/2015
5. The M Report: Best Movies of 2014 1/7/2015
Baylor Sociologist Earns Award from Gerontological Society of America for Her Research on Older Adults 1/7/2015
Bee-Picayune (Beeville, TX): Time to hang up the robe 1/7/2015
Couples' Conflicts - Withdrawal or Expecting Your Romantic Partner to Mind-Read Harms Relationships, But in Different Ways, Baylor Study Finds 1/7/2015
Nature: Military health: The insurmountable gulf 1/7/2015
Waco Tribune-Herald: New season of HGTV ‘Fixer Upper’ starring Waco couple begins 1/7/2015
1. ECN Magazine: 11 Technologies That Could Shape The Future 1/6/2015
1. Texas Tribune: Top Texas Officials on Hand as Paxton is Sworn In 1/6/2015
1. Waco Tribune-Herald: A. Christian van Gorder, Board of Contributors: Saudi Arabia is nothing short of surreal for women, foreigners 1/6/2015
1. Waco Tribune-Herald: Mayborn Express train show building its own momentum 1/6/2015
2. ProHealth: NIH Pathways to Prevention: Advancing the Research on ME/CFS: Day 1, Morning Session 1/6/2015
2. Texas Border Business: Business Bringing You the Businesspeople that Have Grown the Valley in 2014 1/6/2015
2. The Baptist Standard: Around the State 1/6/2015
2. The Washington Times: Cell phones promote serious social, psychological issues 1/6/2015
3. Bridle and Bit: Equine-Veteran Research at Baylor University is Awarded $50,000 1/6/2015
3. Oxford University Press Blog: Speak of the Devil: Satan in imaginative literature 1/6/2015
4. SF Weekly (San Francisco): Year in Film: Moments You Might Have Missed 1/6/2015
5. The New York Times: How Dreams and Money Didn’t Mix at a Texas Distillery 1/6/2015
The Janet Mefferd Show: Baylor History Professor Discusses His Book about 18th-Century Famed Evangelist 1/6/2015
Waco Tribune-Herald: Sportsman of the Year: Isaiah Austin dares to dream again 1/6/2015
1. The Academic Minute/WAMC-FM (Albany, NY): Stephen Trumble, Baylor University – Whale’s Ear Wax 1/5/2015
1. The New York Times: Alluring Matchup in Cotton Bowl Has One Man’s Name Written All Over It 1/5/2015
1. The Waco Tribune-Herald: Baylor, MSU marching band leaders celebrate rivalry, common roots 1/5/2015
1. The Waco Tribune-Herald: Top Waco stories of 2014: McLane Stadium tops our list 1/5/2015
2. 11 Technologies That Could Shape The Future 1/5/2015
2. Raleigh (NC) News & Observer: Campbell University names religion scholar as its new president 1/5/2015
2. The Christian Science Monitor: 'Blessed Assurance' succeeds as a soaring new biography of playwright Horton Foote 1/5/2015
3. KWTX-TV (Waco, CBS): Baylor Graduate Sworn In As Attorney General 1/5/2015
3. Marginalia Review of Books: First Impressions #25: Robert Darden 1/5/2015
3. The Equine Chronicle: Baylor Equine-Veteran Research Program Awarded $50,000 Grant 1/5/2015
3. The Waco Tribune-Herald: Bear Foundation hits record membership numbers 1/5/2015
4. Philanthropy News Digest: Baylor University Receives $2 Million for Chair in Religious Freedom 1/5/2015
4. The Houston Chronicle: Editorial: Jack Loftis 1/5/2015
4. Waco Today: Artwork inspired by life: Karl Umlauf’s 25 years with Baylor 1/5/2015
5. National Review Online: Addicted to Risk 1/5/2015
5. The Waco Tribune-Herald: Lady Bears gather to celebrate 2005 national championship 1/5/2015
6. The Baptist Standard: Baylor expert suggests ways to develop generosity in 2015 1/5/2015
Baptist News Global: Experts say gratitude generates the generosity needed for sustained giving 1/5/2015

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