Category Archives: Curriculum at Baylor

Sharing Student Scholarship: Curriculum at Baylor, 1921-1930

For the next five weeks, we’ll be putting up teasers about the fascinating Baylor history, 1921-1930, that Higher Education and Student Affairs students have analyzed and shared on their class blog. Learn more about the conundrums of teaching business, Spanish & evolution at Baylor in the 1920s: Continue reading

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Baylor Quiz Time

It’s back to school today—time for a quiz! These Baylor trivia questions are drawn from things I’ve learned through assisting patrons with reference questions. Test your knowledge of the green and gold—or learn more about Baylor’s past! Continue reading

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Research Ready: July 2013

Explore ranch life for Texas women, learn how oratory was taught in the 1890s, discover the intrigue of US politics in the 1840s…and much, much more! Check out our latest processed collections in this month’s Research Ready to connect with this information Continue reading

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New Buildings, New Technology: Growth at the Hankamer School of Business

The designs for the new Hankamer School of Business (HSB) building reflect a state-of-the-art facility that will provide the latest in technology to advance student learning and innovation. The school has outgrown its current facility across the street from us … Continue reading

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Sharing Student Scholarship Online: Curriculum at Baylor, 1900-1920

For the first five weeks of the spring 2013 semester, we’re putting up teasers about the fascinating Baylor history that Higher Education and Student Affairs students analyzed and shared on the class’ blog. Last week we explored students and student … Continue reading

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