Baylor Magazine

Fall 2009: Features

Thanks to sound business practices, the continued generosity of supporters, and the desirability of a Baylor education, the University is faring well even in today's down economy.

Committed to the University's mission and vision, the Board of Regents takes seriously their responsibility to ensure Baylor's bright future.

It's no act--professors take the stage in NYC, networking with alumni and bringing their experiences home to share with students.

Baylor's first Japanese instructor, Brazos crocodiles and a stolen wedding dress: Dr. and Mrs. Yoshihiko Mukoyama have a Baylor story unlike any other.

Returning to Independence, Texas, the historic home of the University, is a fitting welcome to the Baylor family.

Parents of past and present students share their perspectives on the Baylor experience.

Along Fifth Street

September 1, 2009

Regents review 2012 progress, annual budget

September 1, 2009

DeBakey Foundation endows scholarship fund for medical humanities students

September 1, 2009

Estate gift endows scholarships for ministry guidance program

September 1, 2009

Baylor named among 'Great Colleges to Work For'

September 1, 2009
September 1, 2009

Baylor literacy camp receives $85,000 from Waco Scottish Rite


Baylor student researchers study impacts on wildlife in Alaska

Baylor researchers find evidence of pharmaceuticals in fish near highly populated areas of U.S.