Baylor biology researcher Sarah Kienle, Ph.D., led a foundational study in comparative craniofacial anatomy of pinnipeds, such as seals, sea lions and walruses
Climate and Fossil-informed Ecosystem Modeling Showed Plant Freeze-tolerance Affected Forest Cover of Pangaea During Pennsylvanian Period
Dollar-for-dollar matching program maximizes support for high-impact faculty research, University endowment
Read this article about Dr. Christopher Kearney's active research to combat the military's top contagious disease.
We all fight them — but these four Baylor professors have taken the fight to the next level, focusing their research efforts on distinct approaches to combatting mosquitoes.
On May 14th, our very own Dr. Cheolho Sim spoke on the NPR podcast "Baylor Connections" about his genomic research.
Baylor announced a nationwide search to fill five new endowed faculty positions — big news in the academic world, and a big step forward towards fulfilling the dreams of Baylor’s strategic plan, Illuminate.
Five newly endowed positions, funded through the Baylor Academic Challenge, will provide strategic growth to Baylor academic programs and research.
Emily Schultz, a Baylor University senior biology major from Plano, Texas, is one of 16 recipients of the Churchill Scholarship in mathematics, science and engineering from the Winston Churchill Foundation of the United States.
“I am eager, as a postdoctoral teaching fellow, to gain formal teaching skills, while leveraging my own expertise to bring exciting and much-needed support to my department," says Dr. Keighley Resenauer, one of the new Baylor Postdoctoral Teaching Fellows.
Check out this Baylor magazine article about Dr. Lula Pace, Baylor's first female faculty member to hold a doctoral degree.
Wining entry announcement for the second Annual Art Competition.
Vaccine development and national approaches to contagious diseases have been constant topics of discussion in recent months. Dr. Peter Hotez is an international leader in tropical medicine and vaccine development. In this Baylor Connections, Dr. Lee Nordt, Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences at Baylor, engages Dr. Hotez on a variety of subjects such as COVID-19, vaccines, undergraduate research and more.
Dr. Dwyane Simmons, the department chair for the Biology department at Baylor, was featured in this Baylor Lariat article about his view on undergraduate research.