Baylor Magazine

Fall 2008

Art Briles has earned high praise in the short time since he was named Baylor's head football coach last fall. "An outstanding offensive football coach," says Hall of Fame coach Grant Teaff. "A man of integrity and a winner," says ESPN analyst Andre Ware. "A great role model for young men," says Dr. Ed Young, pastor of Houston's Second Baptist Church.

It's the people--instructors, alumni, students and supporters--who make Baylor's Louise Herrington School of Nursing a special place.

Baylor students share their thoughts and experiences from this summer's University-sponsored mission trips to Honduras and Rwanda.

Five students. One bicycle. No money. And a plan to bike from Waco to Anchorage in three months. This is a story of true friendship, of determination, of doing whatever it takes to encourage a friend that life is worth living.

Along Fifth Street

Board votes to begin search for permanent president

Dr. Elizabeth Davis tabbed to fill post

Highlights abound as Baylor closes out fiscal year 2008

Baylor grad performs German national anthem before millions

Matching gifts from ExxonMobil foundation hit $5 million mark

Baylor Graduate School, BGCT, Texas Baptist universities establish doctoral program partnership

Baylor's emergency communication adds outdoor public address speakers

Robert Baird appointed university ombudsperson

Baylor Deans David and Diana Garland obtain half-million in grants

Baylor's AFROTC turns 60, named top program in the southwest

Baylor students receive 'critical language scholarships' to study in Russia


Baylor awarded $492,000 to study ways to make ethanol cheaper to produce

ISR releases special report on faith-based organizations at White House conference

Baylor departments provide unique research, hands-on experience to high school students