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Baylor Connections - Bernd Zechmann

Jan 21, 2022

Core research centers at Baylor contain state-of-the-art equipment that students and faculty across campus utilize for impactful research projects. Bernd Zechmann leads one of these centers—he serves as director of the Center for Microscopy and Imaging and as an associate research professor at Baylor. In this Baylor Connections, Dr. Zechmann takes listeners inside labs that advance multidisciplinary projects and spur R1 research.

Business Review - The Way Forward

Jan 20, 2022

 Author and speaker, Tom Corley, talks about how to get back on your feet after losing a job.  

Baylor Connections - Todd Still

Jan 14, 2022

Baylor’s George W. Truett Theological Seminary enjoyed incredible growth in 2021, from new academic programs and campuses to initiatives that reduce the cost of education for students. In this Baylor Connections, Dr. Todd Still, The Charles J. and Eleanor McLerran DeLancey Dean and The William M. Henson Professor of Christian Scriptures at Truett, takes listeners inside a variety of exciting benchmarks and explains how they enhance the ways Truett is “of, by, and for the Church.”

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Act Locally Waco - January 14-20, 2022

Jan 14, 2022

Act Locally is back for 2022! Discover the many ways you can Act Locally this week in the Greater Waco Area.

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Baylor Connections - President Linda Livingstone

Dec 31, 2021

Baylor University is now an R1 research institution. The end of  2021 brought exciting news, as this long-pursued goal became a reality. Additionally, the University celebrates the announcement of an agreement with the City of Waco to locate Baylor’s new basketball facility, the Paul and Alejandra Foster Pavilion, along the Brazos River near downtown Waco. In this Baylor Connections, President Linda A. Livingstone, Ph.D., discusses these major benchmarks and their impact going forward.

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Your voice is not something you spend a lot of time thinking about.  But for Dr. Kimberly Monzón, it is pretty much everything.

“It’s humanity, it’s how we express ourselves.  It’s how we connect to each other, one of the ways, and it’s so engrained in everybody’s lives.”

Baylor Connections - Angela Gorrell

Dec 3, 2021

Amidst the joy of the holiday season, many dealing with loss or trauma in their own life feel grief. Angela Gorrell, assistant professor of practical theology, experienced that type of dichotomy in her own life. While studying joy at the Yale Center for Faith and Culture, her family suffered a string of tragedies that led to her to question what it means to find joy in the midst of suffering. Her new book, The Gravity of Joy: A Story of Being Lost and Found, walks readers through those struggles and what she learned in the process. She takes listeners inside that journey and offers insights on joy in this Baylor Connections.

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SHOUT! Black Gospel Music Moments - Willie Banks

Nov 28, 2021

This week's episode features Willie Banks, whose career in gospel music spanned over 60 years.

Business Review - Communication is Key

Nov 25, 2021

Craig Ceccanti credits their success to the intimate partnership the company has with their franchisees.  

Business Review - Focus on Empathy

Nov 18, 2021

In this episode of the Business Review, American Greetings CMO Alex Ho explains the strategy of marketing to millennials. 

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Work can affect your home life. Dr. Dawn Carlson, professor of management shares in this episode of the Business Review just how much crossover happens between work and home.

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Working from home may sound like a dream job, but in this episode of “The Business Review” marketing expert and researcher Dr. Sara Perry explains why remote work isn’t for everyone.

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Baylor Connections - Jonathan Tran

Oct 29, 2021

As the son of refugees, Jonathan Tran says the refugee experience is formative to each aspects of a person’s life. Tran serves as associate professor of philosophical theology and is the George W. Baines Chair of Religion at Baylor. In this Baylor Connections, he shares his family’s story, unpacks scholarship in ethics, religion, language and more and examines lessons from his new book Asian Americans and the Spirit of Racial Capitalism.

After being told she should give up, Catherine Tabor pushed forward and found success.

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The Pilgrim Jubilee Singers have been thrilling Chicago’s gospel audiences for half a century. Click to listen to this episode.
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