This is definitley an unprecidented time, but we want you all to know that the BIC family is working hard to be there for you all. BIC advisors have sent an email for those who still need advising. BIC Faculty have sent the plans for what classes will look like at this time. Our main offices are closed, but our faculty & staff are working remotely. If you have any questions or concerns about class scheduling or registration please email your BIC advisor. For questions about current BIC courses email your BIC faculty. For general questions email BIC@baylor.edu.
As we follow the Baylor-wide protocol of canceling all activities, the BIC Senior Recognition Banquet is officially canceled. BIC graduation regalia will still be delivered after students complete the BIC exit survey later this semester. Please be on the look out for an email from us with more info.
The Writing Center – Online!
Here is a message from Baylor’s Writing Center:
“As the Baylor community works together to transition to online instruction, we at the University Writing Center (UWC) would like to make you aware of the services we have available to support you. Our online tutoring services have been established and flourishing for several years, and we are prepared to continue serving as a remote resource for Baylor writers for the rest of this semester. At the UWC, we offer tutoring services to all members of the Baylor community free of charge. Our consultants are trained to provide assistance on any writing project at any stage of the writing process:
- We are qualified readers of print-based, digital, and multimodal compositions.
- We consult over class assignments as well as outside writing such as personal statements, job applications, and cover letters.
- We help with issues particular to multilingual (ESL/ELL) writers.
- Most importantly, we tailor our support to meet each writer’s individual needs. Our goal in tutoring sessions is to help writers become better drafters, reviewers, and editors of their own work.
There are two types of online appointments:
- Synchronous online consultations that take place in real time with both tutor and writer present via our appointment website, baylor.mywconline.com. Both parties are able to view the writer’s work on-screen and can communicate through audio/video or chat.
- Asynchronous consultations, or eTutoring consultations, that do not take place in real time but allow writers to upload their work (and the relevant prompt or instructions, if applicable), list out their concerns, and receive electronic written feedback from a consultant within 48 hours of the appointment slot. These appointments can also be scheduled through our appointment website.
More information about both types of online appointments can be found on our Online Consultations webpage.”
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Bullock Scholarship Program – Applications Open
Bullock Scholars Program: Spring 2021 Semester
- Open to all full-time Baylor students who will not graduate earlier than May 2021. Students are selected by campus selection committee. Apply online at: https://www.baylor.edu/political_science/index.php?id=946126
- Students receives a stipend of $1400 monthly for five months. Student must relocate to Austin for the entire term of the Texas Legislature (Jan. 12-May 31, 2021).
- Students enrolls for Baylor courses (12 hr Pol. Sci. plus 3-6 hrs by correspondence). Students may not return to Waco campus for classes. Classes are independent study.
- Bullock Scholars are assigned to a Texas legislator’s office by Dr. Curry. The 2021 Bullock Scholars will be selected in April, 2020.
- Please get your applications submitted by April 1, 2020.
For more info: Dr. James Curry, 346.05 Draper, James_Curry@Baylor.edu