Civic Education and Events

Baylor in Washington provides a national platform for Baylor scholars and others to address the most pressing concerns in American life. Topics have included: hunger and poverty, religious freedom and pluralism, the purpose of the university, law enforcement and violent crime, the dignity of immigrant populations, and charitable disagreement in American public life.

Baylor in Washington also hosts conversations with other strategic partners, such as Baylor's Institute for Studies of Religion, the Trinity Forum, Faith & Law, the Religious Freedom Institute, the Museum of the Bible, the Catholic University of America, and many other organizations who share our commitment to productive public discourse.

*For more information about event partnerships with Baylor in Washington, please contact Mollie Moore (Mollie_Moore1@baylor.edu).

Baylor in Washington

660 North Capitol Street NW, Floor 7
Washington, D.C. 20001

(202) 870-9978