Graduate School Exit Interview with Dr. Beth Allison Barr

Graduate School Exit Interview with Dr. Beth Allison Barr

This spring, we are bidding a fond farewell to our beloved Associate Dean in the Graduate School, Dr. Beth Allison Barr. Dr. Barr has been a champion for improving graduate student quality of life, and she’s helped accomplished the reduction and eventual...

How and Where I Write: Interview with Jasmine Stovall

For our final interview this semester in the How and Where I Write Series (don’t worry, we’ll bring this back in the future!), we sat down with Jasmine Stovall, a fourth-year PhD student in the Biology department. She also completed her MS at Baylor as...

Invitation to Join Teachers of Record Anonymous

Teaching is hard! It’s a worthwhile vocation, absolutely, and watching students grow and learn can be a deeply joyful experience. That just doesn’t mean it’s easy, and it certainly doesn’t mean it’s easy all the time. I’ve been out...

Finding Your People: Socializing and Scholarship in STEM

Earning my undergraduate degree from Baylor and transitioning into graduate studies was a challenging experience. The friends and connections I made during my time at undergrad had left Waco and were flinging their green and gold afar, so to speak. For me, the first...

Finding Your People: The Grace of Community and Collaboration

Initially, navigating the ways of graduate school can feel like an independent quest, siloed off on a mission to hone and perfect our skills and research alone. For me, those feelings were short lived thanks to the collaborative nature of music, my church, and even...