The relationship between customer satisfaction and firm performance is strong--under the right conditions. Ashley Otto, assistant professor of marketing in Baylor's Hankamer School of Business, publishes insights from a quarter-century's worth of meta analysis.
Baylor music professor and internationally-recognized Beethoven scholar Robin Wallace brings unique insight to his research on the composer. Beethoven's deafness has long been studied, but Wallace navigated that study while living with deafness in his family. His book, Hearing Beethoven is a seminal look at the nature of disability, personality and creativity.
Skeleton high on a London museum wall — mostly ignored for a century — spurs a study finding that the creatures swam in seas from England to Russia to the Arctic, Baylor University researcher says.
Chemical compounds found in many consumer products could be major contributors to the onset of lipid-related diseases, such as obesity, according to a Baylor University study led by Ramon Lavado, assistant professor of environmental science.
Good Morning, America featured Meals-to-You, a food by mail initiative of the Baylor University Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty, in a live report May 15. Meals-to-You, a partnership with the USDA, McLane Global and PepsiCo, feeds over 5 million meals per week through the mail to rural schoolchildren.
Baylor University exceeded stretch goals in research expenditures and saw substantial growth in research awards over the previous fiscal year, President Linda A. Livingstone, Ph.D., shared in her quarterly report to the Board of Regents. Additionally, two new Ph.D. Programs and a Master's program have been announced.
The Baylor University Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty's Meals-to-You program delivers over five million meals per week through the mail. Meet families benefitting from the initiative on this ABC News Prime Time report, and travel inside the warehouses of McLane Global, a program partner, where food is packaged and delivered.
Three Baylor professors contribute to newly formed Virtual Funeral Collective, launching a new website which features an extensive report, guides for laypeople and professionals and dozens of links to resources to honor those who die amidst the pandemic.
The USDA announced a major expansion of Meals-to-You, an innovative, research-based partnership between the Baylor University Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty, USDA, McLane Global and PepsiCo, to feed low-income kids in rural areas impacted by pandemic-related school closures.
The technological advancements that drive the data sciences are so thoroughly modern that many are unaware of their applications to the study of the past. Learn how Baylor is investing in the Digital Humanities, utilizing technology to accelerate the study of what it means to be human.
Most treatment providers for individuals with alcohol use disorders are well versed in either the 12-Step Alcoholics Anonymous program or in a different treatment such as cognitive behavioral therapy — but the two approaches can mesh well, according to a Baylor University researcher.
NSF-funded study by Baylor sleep researcher Michael Scullin found students who listened to Beethoven during lecture and while they slept performed better on a test on that material in the short term.
Benjamin Ryan, clinical associate professor of environmental science, to speak at event focused on the need for stronger coordination among disaster managers and health workers during pandemics such as COVID-19.
Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty Founder and Executive Director Jeremy Everett discusses the nationwide expansion of "Meals-to-You," an innovative food by mail program providing meals to rural schoolchildren. With schools closed by COVID-19, a private-public partnership is expanding the program to serve over a million meals per week.
Fish-eating pterosaurs with wingspans of up to 13 feet soared over the Sahara and snatched prey 100 million years ago, Baylor University researcher says.
Political conservatism is the strongest correlation among supporters of the ‘zero-tolerance’ policy that resulted in family separations, Baylor researchers find
Innovative Baylor program will deliver millions of nutritious meals directly to students who attend rural schools closed by COVID-19.
Baylor interior design students and faculty are assisting with the design for a hyper-clean play space for children with cancer and a host of other diseases which also may compromise immunity.
Learn how virologist Kelli Barr set up her Baylor University laboratory and how quickly her lab began publishing papers--far more quickly than she anticipated thanks to Baylor's support.
Religious tattoos of college students are more likely than non-religious ones to face inward, perhaps as encouragement to live out one’s beliefs, Baylor University professor says.
In the burgeoning field of neruomorphic computing, Dr. Scott Koziol is pioneering research of robotics and neuroscience.
Howard Lee, Ph.D., Baylor assistant professor of physics, has been recognized by the International Society for Optics and Photonics for outstanding work in product development and research, one of just 13 professors so honored nationally.
The White Eye App, developed by Baylor professors Bryan Shaw and Greg Hamerly, is a Science Advances gold standard tool which enables parents to screen photos of their children for pediatric eye disease. CBS This Morning reports on the app, and shares how one family used the app for early detection of Coates Disease to avoid further eye damage for their six-year old son.
As universities and industry leaders seek to solve societal challenges, it is vital to have access to experienced leaders and develop future leaders. Baylor's engaged learning environment and commitment to research at the highest levels prepares students to be problem-solvers who thrive in dynamic environments.
In this Baylor Connections podcast, President Linda A. Livingstone, Ph.D., and Jason Cook, Vice President for Marketing and Communications, analyze the results of the Baylor University-Texas Business Journals survey and share how Baylor’s research focus drives innovation.
Baylor's vision to become a preeminent Christian research university illuminates areas of strategic focus and future need. Sectors like health, data sciences and more will drive the future economy, and Baylor research shines a light on innovation and solutions in those fields.
The American Chemical Society has named Bryan Brooks, Distinguished Professor of Environmental Science at Baylor, as the editor of the journal "Environmental Science & Technology Letters."
Partnership between Baylor University and Eterneva, a startup that celebrates remarkable loved ones by making diamonds from ashes, will add academic rigor to company's grief wellness program
The fruits of university-industry research partnerships are recognized throughout the business world, as responses to a recent Baylor University-Texas Business Journals survey highlighted. Learn more about the ways Baylor is streamlining the process of industry research partnerships to address real-world challenges together.
Baylor professor Leigh Greathouse is a national leader in an emerging field-the study of the relationship between diet, microorganisms and health. As her work in Baylor Family & Consumer Sciences sets new standards for her discipline, she never forgets her own experiences a a cancer survivor that helped shape her calling.
Texas business leaders weigh in on university research partnerships, innovation and the state’s economic outlook in a custom research partnership survey, conducted by Baylor and Texas Business Journals, that illuminates key factors for future growth.
Baylor epidemiologist Kelly Ylitalo, Ph.D., studies the links between physical activity and healthy aging. Through a partnership with Waco's Family Health Center, Ylitalo pairs her training in public health with advances in data sciences to serve the community and ensure the best use of available resources.
Findings challenge conventional wisdom and may provide clues for reversing global trends in obesity in study by Baylor University professor Samuel Urlacher.
Emeka Okafor, Ph.D., assistant professor of epidemiology in public health, has received a career development grant from the National Institutes of Health to study the effects of drug use, particularly cannabis, on treatment outcomes of patients with HIV.
Baylor University researcher develops questionnaire to assess patient attitudes about adherence to medical treatment plans.
When Bryan Shaw’s son, Noah, was diagnosed with pediatric eye cancer at four months old, it sparked in Shaw a mission to help other families avoid the challenges his faced. On this Baylor Connections, Dr. Bryan Shaw, associate professor of chemistry, and Dr. Greg Hamerly, associate professor of computer science, share the moving story behind the White Eye Detector app.
With more than a quarter of environmental health professionals expected to retire in five years, a national effort is needed for preparedness, according to study by Baylor University and national health partners.
A growing segment of Americans is traveling farther to worship, Baylor University study finds.
Lake Victoria, the largest lake on the African continent, has the potential to dry up more quickly than researchers previously realized, along with other bodies of water, according to a new study.
Firefighters’ workplace ‘brothers’ can ease stress of a dangerous job, but protecting spouses from knowing the perils can ramp up anxiety.
Position is part of the Baylor Academic Challenge matching program and will benefit School of Engineering and Computer Science, providing senior leadership for the growing program within the school.
Researchers say new study gives voice to daughters and value to their role in the family
In this Q&A with Baylor Arts & Sciences Magazine, Baylor biologists discuss the impact of an innovative new initiative designed to give undergraduates a deep dive into research.
Projects from around the country test virtue interventions, use technology to improve character strengths, such as love, gratitude, hope, patience, generosity, joy, wisdom and forgiveness.
Statistical sciences professor Amanda Hering is part of a national research consortium to transform the U.S. water system through desalination
Lifestyle may be central to maintaining health in a small society undergoing change in livelihood and nutrition, Baylor University researcher finds.
Funding allows Baylor researchers to study how VR simulator for training nurses can address medication administration errors
Baylor professor’s research illuminates sub-surface elements of the Moon, Mercury.
Baylor University and the Baylor College of Medicine's (BCM) National School of Tropical Medicine (NSTM) work together to fight neglected tropical diseases that prey on the world's most vulnerable.
A Baylor University researcher’s prototype smartphone app — designed to help parents detect early signs of various eye diseases in their children such as retinoblastoma, an aggressive pediatric eye cancer — has passed its first big test.