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Baylor Connections - Nancy Brickhouse

Apr 23, 2021

As the Spring Semester heads into its home stretch, Baylor University Provost Dr. Nancy Brickhouse reflects on how the Baylor Family came together to reach this point. In this Baylor Connections, Dr. Brickhouse shares how faculty, staff and students served during February’s snow and ice storm, examines how the University is building research infrastructure as it pursues the goals of Illuminate, and shares the excitement of the hiring of two new Baylor University deans.


This week, Baylor released the independent report of the University’s Commission on Historic Campus Representations. On this Baylor Connections, President Linda A. Livingstone, Ph.D., examines the purpose and impact of their work for the University and shares how an excavation of the past can help Baylor more fully live out its mission today. On the sports stage, President Livingstone delves into the success of Baylor’s two Sweet 16-bound basketball teams and the cultures they have built.

  

As a semester like no other draws to a close at Baylor University, President Linda A. Livingstone, Ph.D., shares insights into the University’s response to crisis from a number of angles on this Baylor Connections. From ensuring that students remained supported during distance learning to planning for potential challenges

to higher education institutions everyone, she shares howBaylor adjusted and communicated those changes during the early days of COVID-19, highlights new programs and talks about Baylor’s charted course to a phased re-opening of campus for the fall.

Baylor Connections - Dr. Linda Livingstone

Aug 30, 2019
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It’s the start of a new school year, and Baylor University President Linda Livingstone looks ahead to 2019-20 on this Baylor Connections. President Livingstone shares on topics like the incoming freshman class, university priorities, Baylor’s R1/Tier 1 aspirations, a new athletic season and more.

Baylor Connections - Dr. Nancy Brickhouse

Jun 7, 2019
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On May 1, 2019, Baylor University welcomed Dr. Nancy Brickhouse back to campus as Provost. Get to know Dr. Brickhouse as she shares more about her path back to Baylor University. On this Baylor Connections, she recalls how her days as a Baylor chemistry major shaped her view of a life’s calling, how past experiences as a professor and leader prepared her, and why the vision of a Tier One Christian Research University brought her back to Texas.

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Women are no strangers to the aviation industry. E. Lilian Todd designed and built aircraft in 1906. Amelia Earhart was the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean in May 1932. Helen Richey was the first woman pilot for a U.S. commercial airline in 1934 - and Eileen Collins was the first female pilot and commander of a Space Shuttle.   


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In Episode 59 of Downtown Depot, show host Austin Meek interviews Dr. Stephen Sloan. The Director of the Institute for Oral History at Baylor University, Sloan gives an overview of local history in the area and mentions a few “green book” locations popularized by the recent Oscar-winning film.  Before that conversation, Meek shines the Small Business Spotlight on Silent’s Spectacular Shoe Shine and Boot Care and is visited in studio by Corey McEntyre for The Chef’s Corner.


Baylor Connections - Dominque Hill

Mar 1, 2019

Baylor’s intramural program is the envy of institutions across the nation, with more than 5,300 students participating. In this Baylor Connections, Dominque Hill, assistant director for Intramural Sports, shares how the Baylor mission influences the intramural experience, the impact of character and leadership and how participation leads to deeper student engagement.

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The sexual assault scandal at Baylor University could cost the Baptist school $223 million dollars in expenses and lost revenue, according to estimates released Tuesday by a group of alumni and donors.


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Former Baylor University Title IX coordinator Patty Crawford speaks out publicly for the first time. Days after her resignation, Crawford was on CBS This Morning for her first public talk. By Wednesday evening, Baylor announced an interim Title IX coordinator. 

Big 12 Calls for Release of Full Pepper Hamilton Report

Jun 22, 2016
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Today Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby expressed his concern over Baylor University’s handing of sexual assaults, calling for the complete release of Pepper Hamilton’s investigation into the University.

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This morning, according to a report from Horns Digest, the Baylor Board of regents voted to fire Baylor president and chancellor Ken Starr. But the University won't confirm those reports. 


New Research Lab Looks at the Science of Sleep

Oct 14, 2015

Inside a newly remodeled, 1,650-square-foot space, researchers with Baylor’s Sleep Neuroscience and Cognition laboratory has been studying the impact of sleep on cognition, learning and education. KWBU’s Carlos Morales has more on the new facility and the research done.


In this episode, Frank Wolf, former congressman from Virginia and Jerry and Susie Wilson Chair in Religious Freedom at Baylor University, hosting the conversation is Tom Hibbs, Dean of the Honors College at Baylor University and Director of Baylor in Washington D.C.


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The Baylor community is mourning the death of one of their own. Diana Garland was the founding School of Social Work dean. Throughout her tenure at the university, she helped to grow and guide the program. KWBU’s Carlos Morales has this remembrance.


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