Mercer Island (WA) Reporter: New principal selected for MIHS
[4/3/2020]
April 1, 2020
Walter Kelly, BA (Biology) ’93, has been selected as the new principal of Mercer Island High School in Kirkland, Washington. He will begin July 1.

Baylor Lariat: Baylor cancels in-person classes for both summer sessions
[4/3/2020]
April 2, 2020
Baylor President Linda A. Livingstone, Ph.D., announced Thursday that Baylor will continue to utilize online instruction for upcoming Minimester (May 13-June 1), Summer I (June 2-July 7) and Summer II (July 9-Aug. 12) classes.

Baylor Lariat: Baylor counseling center continues with online services
[4/3/2020]
March 25, 2020
Baylor’s counseling center has adapted its treatments amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. With faculty and staff working from home, the counselors have begun counseling sessions via phone and WebEx, a platform for video conferences.

KWBU-FM (Waco/NPR): Shout! Black Gospel Music Moments – “God Is Love” and “Walkin’ and Talkin’ With Jesus”
[4/3/2020]
March 29, 2020
AUDIO: On this episode of Shout! Black Gospel Music Moments, Baylor journalism professor Robert Darden features Gospel Unlimited’s “God Is Love” and “Walkin’ and Talkin’ With Jesus,” an under-appreciated gem from the Say Amen, Somebody soundtrack.

Baptist Standard: Falling Seed: Creating online participatory worship services
[4/3/2020]
March 23, 2020
Baylor theology professor Angela Gorrell, Ph.D., has designed a free guide to creating online, participatory worship services.

Spend Matters: Afternoon Coffee, coronavirus edition: Grocery stores and the future of U.S. supply chains
[4/3/2020]
March 31, 2020
A quote on grocery stores as “perhaps the most resilient supply chains in the United States,” from Baylor operations and supply chain management professor Pedro Reyes, Ph.D., is included in the news roundup by Spend Matters, which reaches procurement, finance and supply chain professionals ranging from Fortune 500 to small start-ups.

Waco Today: Baylor Scott & White Hospice to mark 35 years as 1st in area
[4/3/2020]
March 26, 2020
Baylor social work professor Helen Harris, Ed.D., was the first hospice coordinator in Waco with Hillcrest Community Hospice, which began in 1985 and is marking 35 years of caring for and comforting patients approaching their last days.

The Zoe Report: Board Games for Couples That'll Keep Things Interesting While You Stay Indoors
[4/3/2020]
April 2, 2020
This article about recreational activities for couples cites a study by Baylor child and family studies professor Karen Melton, Ph.D., who found that oxytocin – the “hug hormone” – was released in both men and women when they played board games or painted together in an art class.

KWBU-FM (Waco/NPR): Baylor Connections - Cheryl Gochis
[4/3/2020]
April 3, 2020
AUDIO: For last nine years, Baylor has been recognized as a “Great College to Work For” by the Chronicle of Higher Education. In this Baylor Connections, Cheryl Gochis, vice president of human resources and chief human resources officer, examines ways that Baylor supports faculty and staff year-round and specifically talks about the University’s response to help employees transition to remote work during the COVID-19 public health crisis.

Q&A: Clinical Psychologist Discusses Helping Children with Anxiety During COVID-19
[4/2/2020]

My Friends Just Lost Their Jobs. How Do I Respond?
[4/2/2020]

KWTX-TV (Waco, Temple, Killeen/CBS): Lady Bears coach gives critically ill Baylor graduate a pep talk
[4/2/2020]
April 1, 2020
VIDEO: Lady Bears head coach Kim Mulkey recorded an emotional pep talk for Connally High School history teacher David Guel, a 1997 Baylor University graduate, who is in critical condition at a Waco hospital after contracting COVID-19.

Baylor Lariat: Baylor career center continues assistance through online resources
[4/2/2020]
March 30, 2020
Although it may seem the world is stuck in a standstill, the Baylor Career Center wants students to know their future hasn’t come to a complete halt.

Baptist Standard: Voices: Social distancing as a sacred act of mercy
[4/2/2020]
March 18, 2020
Column by Erin Albin Hill, coordinator of research projects at the Center for Church and Community Impact in the Diana R. Garland School of Social Work, about offering God’s grace and kindness with everyone with whom we cross paths, both physically and digitally.

Patheos.com: The Plague Village
[4/2/2020]
March 27, 2020
Baylor history professor Philip Jenkins, Ph.D., writes about the reality and the folklore surrounding the “Plague Village” of Eyam in England, in which villagers in the mid-1600s resolved to quarantine themselves during the bubonic plague “lest they transmit the curse to surrounding areas.”

Baylor Connections: Jeremy Everett, Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty
[4/2/2020]
March 27, 2020
AUDIO: In this Baylor Connections, Jeremy Everett, founder and executive director of the Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty, shares how it has responded to COVID-19, ramping up long-standing efforts to end hunger across the state of Texas and around the nation.

Boston Globe: Lesson from Italy: As US coronavirus deaths climb, country should find way to honor the dead
[4/2/2020]
March 26, 2020
Baylor clinical medical humanities professor Bill Hoy, D.Min., is quoted about COVID-19 in Italy — where funerals have been banned for weeks — and the “complicated grief” that the absence of funerals generates.

Waco Tribune-Herald: Waco-made movie goes online Thursday night
[4/2/2020]
April 2, 2020
The Waco-made film “Seven Short Films About (Our) Marriage,” shot last year by writer and director Chris Hansen, chair of Baylor film and digital media, will make a local debut of sorts Thursday night when the Dallas VideoFest makes it available for streaming online.

Baylor Lariat: Baylor psychology professor helps present research to U.S. Congress
[4/2/2020]
April 1, 2020
Baylor psychology professor Sara Dolan, Ph.D., was among the participants on a National Academies of Sciences panel earlier this year that presented a report to the U.S. Congress about the long-term health effects of anti-malarial drugs.

Baylor Lariat: The President’s Excellence Fund offers support to students in need
[4/2/2020]
April 1, 2020
As COVID-19 continues to spread and impact Baylor students around the world, the University has set up the President’s Excellence Fund to provide awards of up to $1,000 to support various students in need.

Virginia Business: Virginia Tech names VP for student affairs
[4/1/2020]
March 30, 2020
Frank Shushok, BSEd (Secondary Education) ’91, has been named vice president of student affairs at Virginia Tech. He previously served as dean for student learning and engagement at Baylor.

Community Impact (Austin): Susan Fambrough named Eanes ISD chief learning officer April 1, 2020
[4/1/2020]
April 1, 2020
Susan Fambrough, MSED (Curriculum and Instruction) ’95, has joined Eanes ISD in Austin as chief learning officer. She has served as principal of Cedar Creek Elementary School since 2018.

Baylor Lariat: Baylor-backed emergency meal delivery recognized at White House
[4/1/2020]
March 27, 2020
A Baylor-backed initiative to feed rural students during the coronavirus pandemic received national recognition at a White House press briefing Friday.

KWTX-TV (Waco, Temple, Killeen/CBS): Thousands of local college students went home, but their stuff’s still here
[4/1/2020]
March 31, 2020
VIDEO: Thousands of Central Texas college students who left for spring break and never came back because of the COVID-19 outbreak left a lot of things behind in their dorm rooms. But Baylor thought outside the box to make sure students were taken care of through a program called Express Essentials.

KWBU-FM (Waco/NPR): David and Art - "Theatres That Are Closed"
[4/1/2020]
March 30, 2020
AUDIO: On this week’s episode of David and Art, Baylor history professor David A. Smith, Ph.D., discusses how, when theaters are dark, we lose out on the stories that make us human.

Baptist Standard: Public health crises can lead to religious scapegoating
[4/1/2020]
March 26, 2020
In this Q&A, Baylor epidemiologist Jeff Levin, Ph.D., discusses how public health crises such as COVID-19 – in which people may feel powerless and receive conflicting information – can lead to a flare-up of unsafe religious sentiments, citing historic examples when religious or ethnic minorities were blamed for the spread of disease.

Austin American-Statesman: Isolation leaves us with gnawing hollowness
[4/1/2020]
March 30, 2020
Baylor English professor Greg Garrett, Ph.D., writes about mourning the loss of connection in an era of Zoom, FaceTime and other tech solutions which provide communication, but not the “sense of essential reality” of everything from worship to the academic world.

Baptist News Global: Grief process intensified as social distancing impacts funerals, pastoral care | #intimeslikethese
[4/1/2020]
April 1, 2020
Baylor BIC religion professor Candi Cann, Ph.D., is quoted in this article about how social distancing is complicating the grief process during the COVID-19 pandemic but that cards, flowers and meals are still ways to comfort the grief-stricken, as well as modern technological approaches.

Mashable: The coronavirus test isn't as scary as it looks
[4/1/2020]
March 31, 2020
Baylor clinical nursing professor Jessica Peck, DNP, is quoted in this article about the coronavirus test, which might look unnerving but is a common test for respiratory infections. “Nurses are well versed at making uncomfortable procedures tolerable,” Peck said.

Baylor Media and Public Relations: Three Baylor Professors Designated Master Teachers
[4/1/2020]
March 31, 2020
Professor Robert Darden, Dr. Anne-Marie Schultz and Dr. Charles Weaver granted Baylor University’s highest honor for teaching excellence with the designation as Master Teachers.

Forbes: Evidence From The Internet: How The Pandemic Sparks Sports Fans On Twitter
[4/1/2020]
April 1, 2020
Baylor marketing professor Kirk Wakefield, Ph.D., executive director of the Sports Sponsorship & Sales program, writes about new social media data that provides behavioral evidence of fans’ passion for sports and how they miss the emotional outlet, the socialization, the competition and the joy sports bring to the community.

Waco Tribune-Herald: Compositions show multi-talented Jules Bledsoe more than “Ol’ Man River”
[4/1/2020]
March 14, 2020
Baylor music theory professor Horace Maxile, Ph.D., has been studying the largely unknown compositions of Waco native and star baritone Jules Bledsoe found in the Texas Collection’s deep files of Bledsoe materials.

Baylor Lariat: President Livingstone hosts FaceBook Live Q&A amidst outbreak
[4/1/2020]
March 31, 2020
Baylor President Linda A. Livingstone, Ph.D., hosted a Facebook live with the Baylor community on Tuesday to talk about the university’s coronavirus response.

‘Drinking Spirits to Lift Spirits’ May Hold Appeal Amid COVID-19 Stress, but Don’t Overdo, Cautions Baylor Expert on Substance Abuse
[3/31/2020]

Baylor Expert Shares Tips for Entrepreneurs, Small Business Owners Navigating “Shock” of COVID-19 Crisis
[3/31/2020]

‘Grocery Stores are Perhaps the Most Resilient Supply Chains in the U.S.,’ Baylor Expert Says
[3/31/2020]

Bear Habitat Temporarily Closes to Visitors
[3/31/2020]

Three Baylor Professors Designated Master Teachers
[3/31/2020]

Baptist Standard: Truett Seminary, BaptistWay Press make resources available
[3/31/2020]
March 23, 2020
Baylor University’s Truett Seminary, Texas Baptists’ Great Commission Team and BaptistWay Press are offering free resources to help church leaders during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.

Waco Tribune-Herald: Teaching shifts in first week of online-only classes for MCC, Baylor, TSTC
[3/31/2020]
March 28, 2020
Baylor Provost Nancy Brickhouse, Ph.D., and Chief Information Security Officer Jon Allen were interviewed for this article about Waco’s institutions of higher education converting in-person classrooms and education to online versions.

KXXV-TV (Waco, Temple, Killeen/ABC): Baylor University: Scientific evidence shows exercise during times of stress can help people cope
[3/31/2020]
March 27, 2020
VIDEO: Baylor psychology and neuroscience professor Annie T. Ginty, Ph.D., who studies the relationship between psychological stress and disease, was interviewed for this story about the need for people to maintain exercise, and a sense of normalcy.

Waco Tribune-Herald: Mental health care in Waco joins shift to online as all adapt to new normal
[3/31/2020]
March 28, 2020
Baylor faculty members Bill Hoy, D.Min., Helen Harris, Ed.D., Wade Rowatt, Ph.D., and Jeff Levin, Ph.D., are included in this article about how mental health professionals are turning to technology to help their clients from a distance.

The New York Times: How to Work From Home, if You’ve Never Done It Before
[3/31/2020]
March 18, 2020
Baylor management professor Sara Perry, Ph.D., is among the experts interviewed for this article about working at home, especially for those who have never done it before.

The Dallas Morning News: Responding to COVID-19 would be a lot harder without churches and Christian groups
[3/31/2020]
March 29, 2020
Column by Baylor ISR co-directors Byron Johnson, Ph.D., and Thomas Kidd, Ph.D., about how profoundly America and the world depend upon the quiet work of ministries and congregations in times of crisis, including in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Forbes: How Are Sports Fans Taking The Coronavirus Cancellations?
[3/31/2020]
March 13, 2020
Baylor marketing professor Kirk Wakefield, Ph.D., executive director of the University’s Sports Sponsorship & Sales program, penned this column to share results of a recent survey that asks fans what they’ll do in the absence of college and professional sports due to coronavirus.

Eurasia Review: Fossil Finds Give Clues About Flying Reptiles In The Sahara 100 Million Years Ag
[3/31/2020]
March 30, 2020
Three new species of toothed pterosaurs — flying reptiles of the Cretaceous period, some 100 million years ago — have been identified in Africa by an international team of scientists led by Baylor University researcher Megan Jacobs.

Waco Tribune-Herald: Baylor program to feed rural kids expands nationwide during school shutdowns
[3/31/2020]
March 31, 2020
A Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty program designed to feed hungry kids during summer has gone national during a time of mass shutdowns of schools and businesses.

Baylor Media and Public Relations: Baylor University to Extend Spring Break One Week, Shift to Online Classes from March 23-April 3
[3/11/2020]
March 11, 2020
Baylor University President Linda A. Livingstone, Ph.D., sent an email today to the Baylor campus community regarding a change in academic operations for the next three weeks. This change will include an extension of spring break for an additional week (March 16-20) and the transition of classes to an online learning environment for a two-week period, beginning March 23.

Baylor University to Extend Spring Break One Week, Shift to Online Classes from March 23-April 3
[3/11/2020]

Canadian Insider: Presidential Appointee and Former Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security Julie Myers Wood Joins Draganfly Board of Advisors
[3/11/2020]
March 3, 2020
Julie Myers Wood, BA (English) ’91, has been appointed to the board of Draganfly Inc., a manufacturer within the commercial Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems, and unmanned vehicle sector.

Globe Newswire: Huntington Ingalls Industries Announces the Appointment of Chad N. Boudreaux to Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer
[3/11/2020]
March 10, 2020
Chad N. Boudreaux, BA (Political Science) ’95, has been appointed executive vice president and chief legal officer of Huntington Ingalls Industries.

Student Loan Hero: The Gift Aid That Keeps on Giving: 5 Great Renewable Scholarships
[3/11/2020]
March 11, 2020
This article about finding renewable college scholarships mentions Baylor’s Carr P. Collins Scholarship, which first-year students could renew for up to three years.

Baptist News Global: Are Baptists coming around on the Holy Spirit? (Do they need to?)
[3/11/2020]
March 10, 2020
Q&A with Baylor Baptist studies professor Doug Weaver, Ph.D., about his book, “Baptists and the Holy Spirit: The Contested History with Holiness-Pentecostal-Charismatic Movements.”

KWBU-FM (Waco/NPR): David and Art – “No Twitter”
[3/11/2020]
Feb. 24, 2020
AUDIO: On this week’s episode of David and Art, Baylor history professor David A. Smith, Ph.D., discusses how a culture that wants its information in tweet-sized packages is going to have trouble appreciating art.

Adweek: Companies Might Send Millions of Employees to Work From Home. Is That Such a Bad Thing?
[3/11/2020]
March 11, 2020
This article about how businesses are considering having their employees work from home during the coronavirus outbreak mentions 2018 Baylor management research, which found that the success of working from home depended in large part on the emotional makeup of the employees.

The Liberty Hill (TX) Independent: One Chapel Liberty Hill Seeks to Bless Community Through Church Services, Outreach
[3/10/2020]
March 5, 2020
Andrew Forter, BA (Religion) ’96, and Karen Fortner, BA (Communication Disorders) ’96, have started One Chapel Liberty Hill, a congregation that serves Liberty Hill, Leander and Cedar Park and is designed around the idea of helping people move from where they’re at to where God wants them to be.

Tradeline: Baylor University Breaks Ground on Mark and Paula Hurd Welcome Center
[3/10/2020]
March 8, 2020
Baylor University broke ground in February of 2020 on the $60 million Mark and Paula Hurd Welcome Center in Waco, Texas. Designed by Populous, the 120,000-sf complex will be a vibrant campus hub for academic, cultural, social and alumni activities.

KWBU-FM (Waco/NPR): Shout! Black Gospel Music Moments – “Joy, Joy, Joy”
[3/10/2020]
Feb. 23, 2020
AUDIO: On this episode of Shout! Black Gospel Music Moments, Baylor journalism professor Robert Darden features Little Richard, who pours as much gleeful energy into the children’s spiritual “Joy, Joy, Joy” as he does into any of his better-known pop hits.

KXXV-TV (Waco, Temple, Killeen/ABC): Coronavirus disrupts stock market
[3/10/2020]
March 9, 2020
VIDEO: Baylor finance professor David Dicks, Ph.D., is a featured expert in this story about the effects of coronavirus on the stock market.

Synergy Magazine: Student Profile: Mario Lopez
[3/10/2020]
Mario Lopez, a senior computer science major, took a long and winding road to Baylor. Moving away from a small town in Mexico to Houston as a kid, graduating high school and enrolling in community college classes, transferring to UTSA and finally arriving at Baylor, Lopez has a remarkable story that is rooted in a search for community that he found within his Baylor family in Waco.

Fort Worth Business News: Texas Bar Foundation honors Neal W. Adams with statewide recognition
[3/9/2020]
March 4, 2020
Neal W. Adams, JD ’70, president of the law firm of Adams, Lynch & Loftin, P.C. in Grapevine, is the recipient of the 2020 Dan Rugeley Price Memorial Award from the Texas Bar Foundation.

Smart Tech Today: Female Fly Boys – The WASP’s Were Revolutionary Women
[3/9/2020]
March 2, 2020
Nancy Parrish, MA (Theater Arts) ’80, is founder of Wings Across America, a Baylor group dedicated to preserving the history of the WASP (Women Airforce Service Pilots).

Baylor Lariat: VirtuOSO shines their light at Baylor
[3/9/2020]
March 3, 2020
VIDEO: Baylor’s VirtuOSO, a contemporary a cappella group founded in August 2012, is the only group of its kind on Baylor’s campus that performs pop, jazz and in-house written music for a variety of audiences.

Baylor Lariat: Baylor external affairs promotes local businesses
[3/9/2020]
March 4, 2020
Local businesses are partnering with Baylor’s Go Gold! Program under the Solid Gold Neighbor initiative city growth pillar to encourage local shopping by offering discounts.

Waco Tribune-Herald: EDITORIAL: Ripped from the pages of our history!
[3/9/2020]
March 8, 2020
Editorial commending Baylor University’s history department and law school for shedding light on one of the most pivotal events leading to American Independence — the Boston Massacre. The lessons offered are worthy of deeper reflection by all genuine latter-day patriots.

Baylor Lariat: Female engineers push past gender bias
[3/9/2020]
March 4, 2020
Baylor mechanical engineering assistant chair and professor Anne Spence, Ph.D., helped forge a path for women in mechanical engineering when there were not many and continues to inspire undergraduates at Baylor.

The Good Men Project: Is Your Smartphone Hurting Your Relationship?
[3/9/2020]
March 7, 2020
According to a recent Baylor University study, phubbing – or phone snubbing – was found to harm relationships, leaving people less happy and less satisfied overall.

Baylor Proud: How Baylor’s Institute for Air Science is preparing the next generation of pilots
[3/9/2020]
Dec. 12, 2019
Did you know Baylor has an incredible aviation program? Or that its roots go back almost 30 years? Or that this fall, it’s introduced even more flight and training opportunities for future pilots?

Baylor Lariat: BU, Japanese teams debate COVID-19 quarantine rules
[3/6/2020]
March 5, 2020
The Japanese National Debate Team participated in a public deliberation with the Glenn R. Capp Debate Forum, Baylor University’s debate team, on Thursday on whether quarantines and/or public closings are justified to contain the spread of COVID-19.

KWTX-TV (Waco, Temple, Killeen/CBS): Waco: BU debates Japanese national team on COVID-19
[3/6/2020]
March 5, 2020
VIDEO: Baylor hosted a public debate between students and a national Japanese team that focused on the COVID-19 coronavirus and why or why not quarantines and public closings should be used to stop the spread of the virus.

Baylor Lariat: 250 years after Boston Massacre, Law, History departments host reenactment
[3/6/2020]
March 5, 2020
In commemoration of the 250th anniversary of the Boston Massacre, the History department and Baylor Law School put on an improvised reenactment of the Boston Massacre trials in in Bennett Auditorium.

Waco Tribune-Herald: History Takes the Stand: Baylor law, history students 'relitigate' Boston Massacre trial 250 years later
[3/6/2020]
March 6, 2020
To commemorate the 250th anniversary of the Boston Massacre, Baylor University’s Law School and History Department combined to “relitigate” one of the trials involving two of the soldiers in a historical interpretation based on accounts of the legal proceedings.

KXXV-TV (Waco, Temple, Killeen/ABC): Baylor students, faculty recreate Boston Massacre on 250th anniversary
[3/6/2020]
March 5, 2020
VIDEO: Students and faculty from Baylor University's History and Law School took part in recreating the Boston Massacre Thursday.

KWBU-FM (Waco/NPR): Shout! Black Gospel Music Moments – “What He's Done for Me”
[3/6/2020]
Feb. 23, 2020
AUDIO: On this episode of Shout! Black Gospel Music Moments, Baylor journalism professor Robert Darden features the otherwise unknown Capitol City Star Singers, who channel the O’Jays on the up-tempo gospel song, “What He’s Done for Me.”

Baylor Lariat: Professors preach caution as health care drives primary
[3/6/2020]
Feb. 27, 2020
Michael Richards, M.D., Ph.D., associate professor of health services research, and Mark Kelly, Ph.D., assistant professor of economics, are featured experts in this article about health care and the presidential election process.

D Magazine: The Winners of D Magazine’s Excellence in Nursing Awards 2020
[3/6/2020]
March 6, 2020
Four Baylor nursing faculty are among the winners of D Magazine’s Excellence in Nursing Awards 2020. Jeanne Carey, BSN, Kelly Rossler, Ph.D., and Cheryl A. Tucker, DNP, were honored in the Education/Research category, while Kathryn Osteen, Ph.D., was recognized in the Leadership category.

KWBU-FM (Waco/NPR): Baylor Connections: Amanda Hering, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Statistical Science
[3/6/2020]
Feb. 28, 2020
AUDIO: Baylor statistical science professor Amanda Hering, Ph.D., an internationally recognized leader in data sciences and their intersection with the environment, joins host Derek Smith for a conversation about how data can help us utilize new paradigms of water treatment and delivery and the need for students trained in the data sciences in the years ahead.

2020 YES Meeting at Baylor University Connects Young Environmental Scientists to the Professional World
[3/6/2020]

Inside Indiana Business: Hanover College Names Provost
[3/6/2020]
March 3, 2020
Hanover College has named Carey Adams, MBA (Communications) ’97, provost and vice president for academic affairs.

Dr. Shelley F. Conroy Announces Plans to Step Down as Dean of Baylor’s School of Nursing This Summer
[3/5/2020]

How Do We Celebrate Thee? Happy 214th Birthday, Elizabeth Barrett Browning!
[3/5/2020]

Baylor Media and Public Relations: Baylor Interior Design Professor and Students Help Prepare a Hyperclean Play Space for Children with Compromised Immune Systems
[3/5/2020]
March 4, 2020
Baylor interior design professor Debra Harris, Ph.D., who specializes in health care design, and two students are assisting with the design for a hyperclean play space for children who have cancer and are undergoing chemotherapy, as well as for youngsters with a host of other diseases which also may compromise immunity.

Canadian Insider (Vancouver, British Columbia): Presidential Appointee and Former Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security Julie Myers Wood Joins Draganfly Board of Advisors
[3/5/2020]
March 3, 2020
Julie Myers Wood, BA (English) ’91, has been appointed as an advisory member to the board of directors of Draganfly Inc., an industry-leading manufacturer within the commercial unmanned aerial vehicle, remotely piloted aircraft systems and unmanned vehicle sector.

Baptist Standard: Voices: After MLK Day and Black History Month, now what?
[3/5/2020]
Feb. 26, 2020
Julianna Marraccino, a dual MDiv/MSW student at Truett Seminary and Diana R. Garland School of Social Work, penned this column about what we should be doing between now and next year’s MLK Jr. Day or Black History Month celebrations to challenge societal understandings and actions towards racial justice.

Baptist Standard: Around the State
[3/5/2020]
March 4, 2020
This roundup of news from around Texas Baptist institutions includes items about Baylor AD Mack B. Rhoades IV being named a recipient of the Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year for 2019-20 and Baylor being ranked on the Peace Corps’ list of top volunteer-producing colleges and universities in 2020.

KWKT-TV (Waco, Killeen, Temple/FOX): Baylor’s Rhoades Named 2020 Under Armour AD of the Year
[3/5/2020]
March 3, 2020
VIDEO: With Baylor experiencing success in athletic programs across the board, Baylor AD Mack B. Rhoades IV has been named a recipient of the Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year for 2019-20.

Baylor Lariat: Stocks hurt from coronavirus fear
[3/5/2020]
March 2, 2020
Baylor finance professors Qinxi Wu, Ph.D., and Sophia Hu, Ph.D., are featured experts in this article discussing coronavirus and the stock market.

Imaginary Worlds Podcast: Episode 141: Making the Good Places Better
[3/5/2020]
March 4, 2020
AUDIO: Baylor English professor Greg Garrett, Ph.D. — also a theologian and author of “Entertaining Judgment” — explores why in pop culture heavens are being depicted as bureaucracies where the angels are overwhelmed or have lost sight of their mission. Garrett’s segment of the discussion begins at 12:40.

KWBU-FM (Waco/NPR): Baylor Connections: Amanda Hering, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Statistical Science
[3/5/2020]
Coming up at 11 a.m. Friday, Baylor Connections will feature a conversation with Baylor statistical science professor Amanda Hering, Ph.D., who applies her statistical expertise to a “once in a generation effort” to improve water treatment in the United States. Baylor Connections is a weekly radio program/podcast that introduces the people behind Baylor’s teaching, research and distinct role in higher education.

Baylor Welcomes National Japanese Debate Team for Public Debate
[3/4/2020]

Baylor University Interior Design Professor and Students Help Prepare a Hyperclean Play Space for Children with Compromised Immune Systems
[3/4/2020]

Baptist News Global: Central Seminary taps Pam Durso, advocate for Baptist women in ministry, as president
[3/4/2020]
March 3, 2020
Trustees of Central Baptist Theological Seminary have selected Baptist historian Pamela R. Durso, BA (Religion) ’83 and Ph.D. (Religion) ’92, as president of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship-affiliated school in Shawnee, Kansas.

Manistee News Advocate (Manistee, MI): Spectrum names new chief nursing officer
[3/4/2020]
March 3, 2020
Meleah Mariani, MSN, a doctoral candidate at Baylor’s Louise Herrington School of Nursing, has been named the chief nursing officer at Spectrum Health Ludington Hospital in Ludington, Michigan.

Waco Tribune-Herald: Baylor's Mack Rhoades wins national AD honor
[3/4/2020]
March 4, 2020
With Baylor experiencing success in athletic programs across the board, Mack B. Rhoades IV has been named a recipient of the Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year for 2019-20.

KWBU-FM (Waco/NPR): Business Review - Tailored for Success
[3/4/2020]
Feb. 13, 2020
AUDIO: On this episode of Business Review, Professor Emeritus of Investments William Reichenstein, Ph.D., discusses how finding employment after the age of 50 is sometimes difficult due to being over qualified.

Baptist Standard: Commentary: Digging into Paul’s view on God and government in Romans 13
[3/4/2020]
March 3, 2020
David Garland, Ph.D., professor of Christian Scriptures at Truett Seminary, writes about the Apostle Paul’s exhortation about how believers’ relationships with their fellow believers also should typify their dealings with the governing authorities.

Baylor Lariat: Baylor professor researches religious tattoos
[3/4/2020]
March 3, 2020
VIDEO: This story features the recent research by Baylor sociologist Kevin Dougherty, Ph.D., on the increasing trend of faith-centered tattoos.

Smart Water Magazine: Beef eaters in cities are causing water shortages in western United States
[3/4/2020]
March 3, 2020
Scientists from 12 universities worldwide, including Baylor environmental science professor Ryan McManamay, Ph.D., collaborated on a study published in Nature Sustainability that studied water use and ecological impacts associated with irrigation of cattle-feed crops.

Baylor Lariat: Baylor tests emergency sirens on Friday
[3/4/2020]
March 3, 2020
VIDEO: Baylor Emergency Management’s purpose is to make sure the campus is prepared and trained in times of emergencies and disasters. Interviewed for this story is George Nunez, director of the Office of Emergency Management, Baylor Department of Public Safety.

Rhoades Named 2020 Under Armour AD of the Year
[3/3/2020]