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Jul. 20, 2021
Baylor in Washington Alumni Receive Prestigious Awards
Maria Torres ('20) was recently awarded the Boren Fellowship for international studies for the upcoming year. Sophia Fulton ('21) is a recipient of the Critical Language Scholarship, another award dedicated to funding international studies.
Jul. 14, 2021
Baylor Pilot Study Distributed 40M Meals Across the Country Last Year
Friend of the program Jeremy Everett recently recounted for the Dallas Morning News how the work of the Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty fed millions in need in the past year.
Jul. 6, 2021
Dr. James Curry Endowed Scholarship Nearly Funded
In 1992, Dr. Curry took up the mantle as Director of the Washington Internship Program, succeeding the inaugural director, Dr. Robert Miller. During his many years directing the program, Dr. Curry helped more than 350 Baylor undergraduates secure competitive internships in Washington. Dr. Curry's legacy and impact on Baylor's Washington, D.C., community laid the foundation for the Baylor in Washington Initiative. The Dr. James Curry Endowed Scholarship Fund will award scholarships to students participating in Baylor's competitive semester program or summer internship in Washington, D.C. Thanks to the support of over 75 donors, we are very close to our goal of raising $50,000 to create scholarships for Baylor students interning in Washington, D.C. You can donate today to help us reach our goal.
Apr. 9, 2021
Independent Student Newspaper 'The Standard' Interviews Justin Giboney
Justin Giboney, founder of the AND Campaign, was recently interviewed by Elan Wilson ('21) in The Standard, an independent student newspaper at Baylor University. Justin has been a frequent contributor to Baylor in Washington events. Click the link below to learn more about his vision of integrating the Christian faith with public service and social justice.