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Baylor University established the J. M. Dawson Institute of Church-State Studies in 1957. The Institute is the oldest and most well established facility exclusively devoted to research in the broad field of church and state and the advancement of religious liberty around the world.
The home page of the Japanese language division of Modern Foreign Languages.
Job Descriptions are important communication tools between a manager and prospective or current employees, ensuring that individuals understand what is expected in the work performance. They serve to clarify and balance responsibilities within a department, as well as to inform the training needs for a particular position. Additionally, they are utilized in the hiring process to help managers define the job and assess candidate qualifications. The information contained in a job description satisfy compliance with federal and state laws and regulation.
Over the past 40 years, the John F. Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise has expanded its reach and impact to become one of the leading entrepreneurship centers in the world. Notable recognitions include being identified as a National Model Entrepreneurship Program by United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship and receiving the NASDAQ Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence award by the Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers.
Baylor journalism students can earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism or public relations through the College of Arts and Sciences, a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in journalism in conjunction with the Hankamer School of Business or a Bachelor of Science degree in journalism education with the School of Education.
The mission of Judicial Affairs is to foster student learning, development and success by enforcing the University's standards of conduct and community expectations with proactive student programming, individual student conversations, and educational sanctions.