The Baylor in Latin America initiative encompasses nearly every school and college at the University in research, scholarship and service across Latin America and along the Texas border. This initiative is responsive to demographic and future trends, driven by a goal of service to our neighbors. Learn more about Baylor in Latin America research.
Texas A&M history professor, assistant provost for Hispanic Serving Institution initiatives will provide additional leadership for Baylor in Latin America initiative.
In a database compiled by Stanford University, 35 current or retired Baylor faculty members appear among the top 2% of the most-cited researchers across 22 disciplines.
The Baylor Ethics Initiative is a community of scholars across campus who engage in purposeful conversation to consider trans-disciplinary ethical issues, and to elevate the role of ethics in their research and teaching.
Baylor's Lab to Market Collaborative is a proven and repeatable commercialization process designed to translate research into real-world products that solve industry problems.
From the moment Baylor officially announced its pursuit of R1 recognition in 2019, the University has been on a purposeful path that reached an elite benchmark faster than anyone anticipated.
Bryan Brooks investigates upstream health solutions to address developing challenges.
Baylor celebrates substantial research growth and all who make it possible on National Research Administrator Day, and launches a new brand campaign highlighting research marked by compassion, curiosity and courage.
Amidst the challenges of presented in 2020, Baylor faculty "knocked it out of the park," exceeding significant research goals. A variety of research metrics and external honors, staff additions, new programs and more demonstrated substantial growth towards Baylor's Illuminate vision.