Meet Your Graduate School: An Interview with Sheila Dooley

This week we are talking to Sheila Dooley, the Graduate School’s Assistant to the Dean and Vice Provost. Sheila joined the Graduate School in November 2019 after moving from California and has quickly become a passionate Baylor supporter.  As the Assistant...

Meet Your Graduate School: An Interview with Dean Larry Lyon

To kick off our new series, its only fitting to interview the person who captains the Graduate School, Dean Larry Lyon. Dr. Lyon earned his Ph.D. from the University of Texas in Sociology and joined the Baylor Sociology Department in 1975. He began serving as Dean of...

How Do I Know if I Should Drop Out of Graduate School? An Interview with Associate Dean Sara Dolan

This is not a popular topic of conversation, especially at a university that just hit R1 status in no small part due to strong graduate student statistics. But after wrapping up a whole series on prioritizing mental health, establishing work/life boundaries, and...

How to Stay Sane in Graduate School: An Interview with Dr. Stephen Case from the Baylor Counseling Center

While it is wonderful to get the insights of fellow graduate students on the subject of boundaries, it’s also important to hear from a mental health professional about this topic. I sat down with Dr. Stephen Case from the Baylor Counseling Center to talk about...

How to Stay Sane in Graduate School: An Interview with James Howard

Today we feature an interview with James Howard, a graduate student in the History department, studying American abolitionist movements and their intersection with broader evangelical thought. In our interview, James shares his thoughts on graduate school boundaries,...

How to Stay Sane in Graduate School: An Interview with Joyce Chang

To continue our new series on how to have healthy boundaries in Graduate School, I sat down with Joyce Chang, a PhD candidate in Sociology, who also works as a consultant for the Graduate Writing Center. Joyce has some wonderful insights about growing in boundaries...