Softball. SB Kicks Off Final Road Swing of Regular Season

• Baylor kicks off its final road swing of the season, trekking to Houston to face UH in a midweek doubleheader before closing the week with its final road trip of the 2018 regular season to Ames to face Iowa State.

M. Golf. Men's Golf in Fifth Place at Big 12 Championship

Baylor men's golf is in fifth place after shooting 21-over-par 581 across two rounds of Big 12 Championship play on Monday at Southern Hills Country Club. BU is 12 shots back of the lead with two rounds remaining.

Baseball. Baseball Faces Texas State Tuesday on Road

Baylor baseball plays at Texas State on Tuesday at 6 p.m. CT at Bobcat Ballpark to begin a stretch of four straight road games.

Softball. SB's Scroggins Drafted No. 15 in the NPF Draft by Chicago

WACO, Texas – Baylor senior outfielder Jessie Scroggins was selected by the Chicago Bandits as the 15th overall pick in the third round of the National Fastpitch League college draft on Monday evening in Nashville, Tenn.

America: The Jesuit Review: Alan Jacobs: A Christian Intellectual for the Internet Age

April 23, 2018
Profile of Christian intellectual Alan Jacobs, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of Humanities in the Honors Program. This article describes Jacobs’ book, “How to Think: A Guide for the Perplexed,” as “a short and engaging book that offers strategies for thinking more clearly and charitably at a time when the media fosters agitation and discourages thinking.” The New York Times columnist David Brooks called it “absolutely splendid.” Jacobs has published 15 books on literature, technology, theology and cognitive psychology.

Baptist Standard: Neighborhoods shape attitudes on race more than congregations

April 24, 2018
Whites in multiracial congregations have more diverse friendship networks and are more comfortable with minorities, but that is due more to the impact of neighbors and friends of other races than to congregational influence, a Baylor University study found. “Solving America’s racial problems may be hoping too much from religious congregations,” said Kevin Dougherty, Ph.D., associate professor of sociology at Baylor and co-author of the study. “The responsibility for moving toward racial integration still rests considerably with the majority group,” Dougherty and Edward C. Polson, Ph.D., assistant professor in Baylor’s Diana R. Garland School of Social Work, analyzed data from the Baylor Religion Survey for the study, published in the journal Sociology of Race and Ethnicity. (Terry Goodrich, assistant director of Baylor Media Communications, wrote and pitched this story. She covers sociology research and faculty.)

Baylor Lariat: Baylor remembers former First Lady Barbara Bush

April 19, 2018
In this article on the passing of former First Lady Barbara Bush, who received an honorary degree from Baylor in 2002, Baylor University President Linda A. Livingstone and Ann Ward, Ph.D., professor of political science, discuss Mrs. Bush’s legacy.

Baylor Lariat: Premedicine students partner with Mission Waco

April 23, 2018
Baylor University premedicine students are partnering with Mission Waco to learn the importance of compassion and working in diverse communities as they prepare to become health care professionals. Through this partnership, the goal is that Baylor students in the American Medical Student Association will become compassionate health professionals who are more informed and immersed in their communities.

Baylor art students team with MD Anderson to encourage kids facing cancer

What do you think of when you hear “service” — missionary work abroad? serving at a soup kitchen? volunteering at a nursing home? While those forms of service are vital to bettering our world, there are countless ways we can use our talents to bring a little light to our own corners of the world […]

How Baylor works to steward the natural resources God’s given us

As Christians, we’re called to be stewards of God’s creation. We’re also proud of the beautiful campus we’ve been blessed with. With those things in mind, Baylor aims to take good care of all that we’ve been given — including our natural resources. In 2009, Baylor became the first university in Texas to earn LEED certification for […]

Three Bears headed abroad in 2018 thanks to prestigious Fulbright Awards

The fact that it’s become commonplace for multiple Baylor students to earn Fulbright honors in a single school year — see here, here, here and here for examples — might make you think such honors are no big deal. Quite the opposite, actually; the Fulbright Award is one of the most competitive and prestigious honors a college student can receive, […]

Baylor Model UN wins highest delegation — and their most awards yet — at national competition

Baylor’s Model United Nations broke a team record last month for the most awards received at the National Model United Nations Conference. Out of the nearly 3,000 student participants, the Baylor team of 16 students was named overall “Outstanding Delegation” — the conference’s highest possible team recognition award – and several team members won individual awards […]

Baylor Researchers Receive $2 Million Grant to Study the Human Virtue of ‘Accountability’

WACO, Texas (April 25, 2018) – Baylor University’s Center for Christian Philosophy (BCCP) and the Institute for Studies of Religion (ISR) have been awarded a three-year, $2 million research grant from Templeton Religion Trust (TRT), which will allow a multidisciplinary team of scholars to study the virtue of accountability and its relation to other human goods, including conscientiousness, empathy, humility, forgiveness and gratitude. The research project will begin this fall.

Feelings of Ethical Superiority Can Lead to Workplace Ostracism, Social Undermining, Baylor Study Says

WACO, Texas (April 24, 2018) -- A new Baylor study published in the Journal of Business Ethics suggests that feelings of ethical superiority can cause a chain reaction that is detrimental to you, your coworkers and your organization.

Where You Live Is More Influential Than Where You Worship When It Comes to Shaping Racial Attitudes

WACO, Texas (April 23, 2018) — Whites in multiracial congregations have more diverse friendship networks and are more comfortable with minorities — but that is more because of the impact of neighbors and friends of other races than due to congregations’ influence, a Baylor University study has found.

2018 President’s Concert To Be Held on April 21: “America: Reflections of Diversity”

WACO, Texas (April 20, 2018) – Baylor University’s School of Music will present the President’s Concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 21, in Jones Concert Hall, Glennis McCrary Music Building, 110 Baylor Ave. This year’s program is “America: Reflections of Diversity,” an evening of music by American composers or international composers who studied in the United States.

What's New BU April 16, 2018

Sundown Sessions presents "Star Wars: The Last Jedi." Saturday is Out of the Darkness Walk.

What's New BU April 23, 2018

April is the Genocide Awareness and Prevention month. Baylor free farmers market on Thursday!

What's New BU Weekend Update April 20, 2018

A refresher of what's happening this weekend!

What's New BU April 9, 2018

Festival Latino kicks off with Catalistas. NABA meeting will include Becker Professional Education.

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