Latest Baylor University News

Crime pushes entrepreneurs to fly under the radar, relocate or shutter
Baylor College of Medicine names new board members
Carbon dioxide – not water – triggers explosive volcanoes
Africa’s grassy habitats emerged 10+ million years earlier than previously thought
For God’s Sake: Baylor Researchers Develop a New Model to Predict Smartphone Use during Church Services
Baylor’s Institute for Studies of Religion Case Study Spotlights C2 Leadership Institute
What degrees do CEOs have?
Baylor Planetary Research Group Earns NASA Grant to Study Density of the Moon’s ‘Weird’ Volcanoes
Baylor Chemistry Researchers Synthesize New Groundbreaking Compound
Baylor Data Scientists Partner on National Science Foundation Grant to Use Sports Analytics to Prepare Next Generation of Data
Expert: Finding Work-Life Balance with Remote Work
Researchers Receive $2.5 Million Grant from John Templeton Foundation to Illuminate Theological Inquiry and Christian Ethics Through
Researchers Lead Interdisciplinary Team Identifying Illicit Activity Online in NSF-Funded Grant
Smartphones Promise Satisfaction and Meaning, Deliver Only More Searching, Study Shows
Baylor Sponsors Research Roundtable of Global Baptist Scholars in Oxford
Team of Baylor Researchers and Collaborators Provides Novel Baseline Data on Leopard Seals, Mysterious Apex Predators of Antarctica
Baylor Chemist/Materials Scientist Part of MagLab Research to Develop Roadmap to New Quantum Materials
Collapse of Ancient Maya City of Mayapan May Be Linked to Drought in 13th, 14th Centuries
Researchers Contribute to CDF Collaboration at Fermilab on Most Precise Ever Measurement of W Boson Mass that Tests Standard Model
National Study Examines Link Between Accountability to God, Psychological Well-being
Researchers Receive $2.7 Million Grant from John Templeton Foundation to Study Virtue Formation Across Higher Education Contexts
NSF-funded Study Finds Eolian Dust Systems in Texas and New Mexico to be Current and Future Potent Dust Sources that Impact
University of Toronto researcher examines how doing good improves mental health
Older Adults Can Improve Prospective Memory Functioning Using Smartphone Technology
Pinniped Craniofacial Musculature Provides Insight on its Role in Aquatic Feeding
Baylor and Harvard Researchers Partner in Long-Term, Global Study of Human Flourishing
Baylor-led Study Analyzes Impact of Covid on Pediatric Advanced Practice Registered Nurses
Baylor-led Study Finds Forest Cover and Runoff Influenced by Freezing Temperatures During Late Paleozoic Ice Age
Prominent Economist Joins Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty
Prehistoric ‘Sea Dragon’ Discovered on English Channel Coast Is Identified as a New Species
Huddles – Not Electronic Communication – May Be Best Way for Hospital Workers to Cope with Information Glut During
Cynical Hostility Presents Potential Pathway to Cardiovascular Disease, Baylor University Study Finds
Racially Diverse Congregations in U.S. Have Nearly Tripled in Past 20 Years, Baylor University Study Finds
Baylor University and Compassion International Announce Partnership
Baylor Program on Prosocial Behavior Spotlights an Innovative Government/Faith-Based Partnership through ‘Open
Smartphone Surveys Find a Connection Between Daily Spiritual Experiences and Well-being
New Way of Analyzing Soil Organic Matter Will Help Predict Climate Change, Baylor University Researcher Says
Detectives with Digital Skills Vie with Tech-Savvy Criminals in Crime Fiction War of Good vs. Evil
‘Measuring measurable:’ Baylor Researchers Earn Grant to Test Spiritual Impact of Art
Digging into soil organic matter
People Who Experienced Parental Divorce as Children Have Lower ‘Love Hormone’ Levels than Those Who Did Not
People with Lower Biological Response to Standard Stress Task Show More PTSD Symptoms After COVID-19 Crisis Began
People Who Feel Their Lives Are Threatened Are More Likely to Experience Miracles
Texas Cave Sediment Upends Meteorite Explanation for Global Cooling
‘Selfish and Loveless’ Society in Uganda Really Is Not
Baylor University Recruits Rising Cancer Researcher, Baylor Alum with $2 Million Grant from CPRIT
‘Patient Patients’ in Psychiatric Care for Depression Disorders Show Decreased Symptoms
Study Finds Troubling Connection Between Workplace Pregnancy Discrimination and Health of Mothers and Babies