Monthly Archives: June 2013

Research Ready: June 2013

Whatever your interest, we’ve got you covered. The early days of Baylor’s Student Union Building? Waco pioneers? World War II photographs? Check out this month’s Research Ready to learn more Continue reading

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A Day in the (Texas Collection) Life: Kathy Hinton, Administrative Coordinator

Meet Kathy Hinton, Administrative Coordinator, in our latest staff post giving you a peek into the day-to-day work of The Texas Collection: Continue reading

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Dr. Kenneth Hazen Aynesworth's Love of History: His Passion, The Texas Collection's Gain

We are one of the largest Texana collections in the nation, but this accomplishment would not have been possible without the generosity and vision of our first donor, Dr. Kenneth Hazen Aynesworth. Learn more about Aynesworth and his generosity in our latest blog post 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

Posted in Baylor University, Carl Casey, Casey Computer Center, Curriculum at Baylor, Earl C. Hankamer, Hankamer School of Business, Helen Ligon, IBM 1620, Management Information Systems, Paul L. Foster, Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation | 1 Comment