Baylor in Latin America Research

Baylor in Latin America Research

The Baylor in Latin America initiative encompasses nearly every school and college at the University in research, scholarship and service across Latin America and along the Texas border. This initiative is responsive to demographic and future trends, driven by a goal of service to our neighbors. Learn more about Baylor in Latin America research.

May 15, 2020
Baylor Announces Illuminate Progress, New Ph.D. Programs
Baylor University exceeded stretch goals in research expenditures and saw substantial growth in research awards over the previous fiscal year, President Linda A. Livingstone, Ph.D., shared in her quarterly report to the Board of Regents. Additionally, two new Ph.D. Programs and a Master's program have been announced.
Mar. 17, 2020
Majority Opposed to Separating Immigrant Families at US/Mexico Border
Political conservatism is the strongest correlation among supporters of the ‘zero-tolerance’ policy that resulted in family separations, Baylor researchers find
Feb. 10, 2020
Engaged Learning and the Future Workforce
As universities and industry leaders seek to solve societal challenges, it is vital to have access to experienced leaders and develop future leaders. Baylor's engaged learning environment and commitment to research at the highest levels prepares students to be problem-solvers who thrive in dynamic environments.
Jan. 27, 2020
Fostering Collaboration and Innovation: Baylor-Industry Research Partnerships
The fruits of university-industry research partnerships are recognized throughout the business world, as responses to a recent Baylor University-Texas Business Journals survey highlighted. Learn more about the ways Baylor is streamlining the process of industry research partnerships to address real-world challenges together.
Dec. 22, 2019
Reframing Theories of Weight Gain for Amazonian Children
Findings challenge conventional wisdom and may provide clues for reversing global trends in obesity in study by Baylor University professor Samuel Urlacher.
Oct. 17, 2019
Bolivian Forager-Farmers Confront Changes in Lifestyle and Health
Lifestyle may be central to maintaining health in a small society undergoing change in livelihood and nutrition, Baylor University researcher finds.
Oct. 7, 2019
A Partnership to Fight “Other” Diseases
Baylor University and the Baylor College of Medicine's (BCM) National School of Tropical Medicine (NSTM) work together to fight neglected tropical diseases that prey on the world's most vulnerable.
Sep. 24, 2019
Unearthing the Past for Modern Understanding
Baylor archaeologist Julie Hoggarth drew widespread attention for the discovery of a 9th Century Mayan vase, an important find and one of many examples of the ways her work illuminates modern understanding of ancient cultures.