M. Tennis. Around The World in Eight Days

Hopping on a plane in Dallas, starting an eight-day journey that would take them to 10 countries and 16 different airports, Brian Boland turned to Michael Woodson and asked, "Now, where are we going?"

W. Golf. Women's Golf Names Ludwig Assistant Coach

Baylor women's golf has hired Carly Ludwig as the program's assistant coach, head coach Jay Goble announced Friday.

W. Soccer. SOC Announces 2018 Fall Schedule

WACO, Texas - Baylor soccer released its 2018 fall schedule on Thursday afternoon. The slate features 10 home matches and eight matchups against 2017 NCAA Tournament foes. Three opponents ranked in the 2017 Top 20 final RPI rankings, while 10 matches will be against 2017 Top 100 RPI programs.

W. Volleyball. Bears Picked Second in Big 12 Preseason Poll

Baylor volleyball has been picked to finish second in the 2018 Big 12 Preseason Coaches' Poll, announced Thursday by the conference office.

Baptist News Global: Reclaiming joy in widowhood: a conversation with author Ella Prichard

Sept. 24, 2018
In “Reclaiming Joy,” a book for new widows, author Ella Pritchard, B.A. (History) ’63, a former member of Baylor’s Board of Regents, describes her experience of grief, recovery and “return to joy” in the months and years following the death of her husband, Lev, after 46 years of marriage. The book was released Sept. 15 by Baylor University’s 1845 Press.

Baylor Lariat: This international student explores the world

Sept. 21, 2018
Sophomore Jinhaeng Lee is one of the hundreds of international students at Baylor, having lived in five countries, including South Korea, the United Kingdom, Madagascar, Kenya and now the United States. His parents are in Madagascar as missionaries and have been serving there for 14 years. “My dad hopes to improve the mobile medical service of Madagascar, so they are planning on staying for a few more years,” Lee said. “I hope to bring people from Baylor to Madagascar — especially pre-med students and engineers — but really anyone’s welcome.”

Baylor Magazine: Beyond the Greens

Feature on Nicole Johnson, B.B.A. (Computer Information Systems) ’03, a former Baylor women’s golf student-athlete, who after graduation entered U.S. Navy Officer Candidate School, was assigned to Strike Fighter Squadron 83 as, at the time, the lone female pilot in the Air Wing, and completed two combat deployments and flew 63 missions over Afghanistan. She believes the discipline she learned at Baylor carried over to her military and now professional career as a First Officer for FedEx Express based in Memphis, Tennessee. “The premise is the same as far as discipline, time management, situational awareness and being able to compartmentalize things,” Johnson said.

Diverse Podcast (Society of Women Engineers): Women Executives in Engineering with Sonya Benson of PepsiCo

Sept. 18, 2018
AUDIO: Sonya Benson, B.A. (Chemistry) ’97, associate principal engineer at PepsiCo, participates in the Society of Women Engineers’ Diverse podcast series, which supports the advancement of women in engineering and technology. Benson shares what led her to develop a passion for polymer science, the packaging work she is most proud of at PepsiCo and how she’s used her scientific background to support the work of PepsiCo’s Food for Good program.

Brain tumor radiation can affect children’s memory, says new Baylor study

The bad news: Children who undergo radiation treatment to fight the most common childhood brain tumor may have trouble recalling recent memories after the treatment. The good news (such as it is): Radiation therapy in such cases does not seem to affect episodic memories from before the children’s treatment. This, according to a recent Baylor research […]

Happy 30th birthday, Ferrell Center!

It’s hosted three presidents and housed six national championship teams, welcomed some of the biggest country music acts in history, and christened tens of thousands of Baylor Bears who walked across its Commencement stage and exited as alumni. We’re talking, of course, about the Ferrell Center, which opened in style 30 years ago this week. […]

The fun story behind why UT’s new police dog is named ‘Baylor’

We love seeing the many ways Baylor grads fling their green and gold afar — especially in fun and unexpected ways. Like this one: Diego Rivas, a 2017 Baylor MBA graduate who lives in Austin, recently donated a beautiful Belgian Malinois puppy to the University of Texas Police Department. His only request? That they name the dog […]

At ESPN, Trey Wingo is living out his Baylor dreams

During his days as a Baylor student, Trey Wingo, BA ’85, would go home to Connecticut over breaks and watch a fledgling cable network called ESPN. As he took in the novelty of a cable network dedicated exclusively to sports, Wingo remembers thinking, “How cool would it be to be able to come home and […]

Baylor Communication Professor Receives Awards from National Communication Association

WACO, Texas (Sept. 24, 2018) – Leslie Hahner, Ph.D., associate professor of communication at Baylor University, received the James A. Winans and Herbert A. Wichelns Memorial Award for Distinguished Scholarship in Rhetoric and Public Address and the Marie Hochmuth Nichols Award from the Public Address Division of the National Communication Association for her book, “To Become an American: Immigrants and Americanization Campaigns of the Early Twentieth Century.”

Department of Biology’s Davidson Lecture Will Celebrate Science, Society and Successful Future Treatments

WACO, Texas (Sept. 24, 2018) – Most people take for granted the ability to take a breath, lift an item over their head or grip something as small as a glass or a toothbrush. For 7-year-old Faith Fortenberry of Waco, who lives with spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) type 2, these seemingly simple tasks used to be incredible struggles.

Baylor Academy for Leadership Development Will Host Speaker Series

WACO, Texas (Sept. 21, 2018) – The Baylor University Academy for Leadership Development’s fall speaker series will bring to campus an engineer who became a motivational speaker, a foster child who became a successful author, and a World Championship basketball player who became an inspiration to young women.

Baylor Debuts “Where Lights Shine Bright” Television Commercial

WACO, Texas (Sept. 21, 2018) – Inspired by the “Where Lights Shine Bright” campaign, Baylor University will unveil its new institutional commercial during the national television broadcast of Saturday’s football game between Baylor and Kansas. The Big 12 opener on FS1 between the Bears and the Jayhawks will kick off at 2:30 p.m. at McLane Stadium.

What's New BU September 24, 2018

Want to participate in All University Sing?! Angel Paws therapy dogs at the BARC!

What's New BU Weekend Update September 21, 2018

A refresher of what's happening this weekend!

What's New BU September 17, 2018

Career and Professional Development hosting Mock Interviews! Movie Mondays presents "Three Identical Strangers."

What's New BU Weekend Update September 14, 2018

A refresher of what's happening this weekend!

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Sep. 26 5:30-7:00pmMA Book Club
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