Baylor Connections - Lulin Jiang and Charles Dowdell
What if communities could reduce air pollutants in landfills and convert waste into energy? Baylor and the City of Waco are partnering on competitive project to bring this idea to life.
In this Baylor Connections, Lulin Jiang, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, and Charles Dowdell, chief sustainability officer for the City of Waco, share how this partnership could pay dividends for the Greater Waco area.
RECENT EPISODES OF BAYLOR CONNECTIONS
This year, Baylor will host the global broadcast for Collegiate Day of prayer, a centuries-old gathering for prayer and worship. Charles Ramsey, Director for Campus Ministries & Church Connections and Associate Chaplain in Baylor Spiritual Life, has worked with organizations across campus and throughout the community in preparation for the event.
What is time disorientation and how does it relate to mental health? Sociologists Matthew Andersson and Paul Froese examined these questions and more while studying Americans’ relationship with time after the COVID-19 pandemic. In this Baylor Connections, Andersson and Froese take listeners inside time disorientation—what it is, what it isn’t, and what factors can impact our perception of time.
Baylor has long been recognized as a “Great College to Work For,” earning honor roll status on this competitive list for 12 of the last 13 years.
How does Baylor provide relevant opportunities for spiritual growth for hundreds of student-athletes? As the first executive senior associate athletics director for mission impact & enrichment in Baylor Athletics, Juliana Smith works to build opportunities for students and equip colleagues throughout the department to enhance this foundational goal. In this Baylor Connections, Smith explains the heart behind her newly created position and the vision to meet student-athletes wherever they are on their spiritual journey to share the Gospel and provide opportunities for growth.