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BCU Scholars Program: Ten Years of Success
In Fall 2010, the Baylor University Graduate School launched a new program—the Baptist College and University (BCU) Scholars. It was designed to strengthen ties among Baptist unive (More)
Announcing the Postdoctoral Teaching Fellows for 2021-2022
The Graduate School with the support of the Provost’s Office and in collaboration with the College of Arts and Sciences and the Honors College is pleased to announce the 2021-2022 Postdoctoral Teaching Fellows. Each fellow was nominated by their depa (More)
Beyond COVID-19: Adapting and Coping in Graduate School
I remember when I first heard Dr. Fauci’s words. “So if we can get the overwhelming proportion of the population vaccinated by let’s say the end of t (More)
The Value of Failure in Grad School
My husband suggested once that I have lunch with a friend. She was a graduate student, and struggling in the program. “Did you tell her I almost quit?” I asked. “Oh, yeah,” my husband said. “That is why I thought you should talk with her.” Graduat (More)
How to Start a Writing Group
My writing group just celebrated our 10th anniversary. Although our idea for the group was born during a faculty retreat, it took us a year before we hashed out a plan. We were all tenure-track and anxious about the promotion process. What we wanted (More)
Starting Graduate School Well-Some Advice
I swam with dolphins once. It wasn’t planned–they just appeared, a mom and her calf, swimming on our beach early in the morning. The water was clear as glass. It was so clea (More)
Etiquette For Graduate Students
Next week, new graduate students to Baylor University will receive a link to an online orientation. I am pretty certain most of them will accept it and watch at least some of videos. I am pretty certain many will work through it carefully, finding ma (More)
A Bright Future: Baylor's First Charlotte W. Newcombe Dissertation Fellowship Arrives Alongside the Launch of Baylor's First External Funding Specialists for Graduate Students
Tyler Davis, PhD candidate in the Baylor Religion department. Jonathan Tran serves as his dissertation ad (More)
Resources at Baylor for Graduate Students During the COVID-19 Crisis
In these challenging times, the Graduate School would like to remind you of several valuable resources available through the university. Visit More)
Handling Crises in Academic Life
On September 19, 2016, I received news so shocking that the world stopped. I was walking across campus when the text came through. For a few seconds I am not sure what happened. I remember the sky flashing blue above me; I remember the sound of falli (More)
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