Triple majoring in ProSales, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship, Grace is a tenacious person who strives to enjoy life. In her spare time, she engages in many activities and hobbies, including water sports, tennis, golf, and piano. She has travelled to twelve countries, and is passionate about fashion and interior design.
Management students participated in a scavenger hunt at the Mayborn Museum designed to enhance problem-solving skills and team-building exercises.
The Department of Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation has been recognized as No. 4 in the world by the TCU Global University Entrepreneurship Research Productivity Rankings from the Neely School of Business at TCU.
Double majoring in ProSales and Entrepreneurship, Caleb Jackson aspires to fuel top-line sales results while learning how to manage a profitable business. Resourceful as he is, Caleb made strides in that direction, hiring out his services and his truck/trailer in a moving and hauling business when COVID-19 caused him to lose his previous summer work plans.
The second annual 58:10 Project gathered students, faculty, staff and Waco community members to pack meals to fight food insecurity in the Waco area on Sept. 13, 2022.
Baylor University's transformational undergraduate academic programs and experiences were the major highlights in the latest Best Colleges rankings for 2023 released today by U.S. News & World Report. Baylor's highest ranked program is undergraduate entrepreneurship, which moved up to No. 8 nationally in the U.S. News rankings.
Before coming to Baylor, Jordan Goehring spent five years in the U.S. military. During his time in the service, he underwent BUDS (SEAL) training. After an injury, he became a weapons technician and instructor with the Navy and spent three of those years overseas in Japan.
Growing up around the beauty pageant circuit, Ava Hernandez has a unique ability to connect with people from various backgrounds and cultures. A warm and passionate person, she learned to create similar connections with patients while working at a dental office.
For the second year in a row, the 58:10 Project sees faculty and students from the Department of Accounting and Business Law partnering with Caritas of Waco on Sept. 13 to help alleviate food insecurity in McLennan County by packing meals for those most in need.
Baylor Lariat: Baylor Entrepreneurship student and local entrepreneur, Dan Rettinger, organized a vendor fair for student business owners.
The Sports Strategy and Sales (S3) club will host two Buccaneers personnel at the kickoff meeting on Aug. 31 and Sept. 1 which include guests Ben Milsom, chief ticketing officer, and John Breedlove, director of Insights and Strategy.
Journal of Business Venturing: Professor of Entrepreneurship David Scheaf co-authored a research paper that finds frugal entrepreneurs are more likely to "do more with less."
KWBU (NPR): Ashley Otto, professor of Marketing, explains why, among the thousands of decisions needing to be made daily, cognitive closure is sought by team members over decision-making.
Stephanie Mangus, Ph.D., assistant professor in Baylor University’s Professional Selling program, was recently named the abstracts editor for the Journal of Personal Selling and Sales Management (JPSSM). According to editor-in-chief Adam Rapp, Ph.D., Professor & Executive Director of the Ralph and Luci Schey Sales Centre at Ohio University, Mangus was selected for the position from a large pool of applicants based on their research records and JPSSM review history.
For Baylor's early career Full-Time MBA students, developing leadership skills is designed to be part of the program. While two of our students did not set out to serve as student leaders, when oppportunity came knocking... they answered.
PRNewswire: Food policy expert and Economics professor Craig Gundersen is the lead researcher of Map the Meal Gap, the only study that provides local-level estimates of food insecurity and food costs across the United States.
Financial Advisor: Professor Emeritus William Reichenstein shares advice about how married couples can complete Roth conversions to reduce their joint lifetime taxes and Medicare premiums.
Stateline: Quoted in this article about pandemic-related expansion of SNAP is food policy expert and professor of Economics Craig Gundersen.
Inside Indiana Business: Economics professor and food policy expert Craig Gundersen led a study that identified ways to eliminate delivery costs for SNAP recipients and ensures the same shopping experience for SNAP and non-SNAP recipients.
KWBU (NPR): Sara Perry, professor of Management, presents ideas for employers to better support employees working remotely.
KWBU (NPR): Matt Quade, professor of Management, discusses his research on behavioral ethics and ethical leadership in the workplace.
Starting a business while earning an online MBA is not for the faint of heart, but Hannah Best is off to an explosive start.
Financial Advisor: Professor Emeritus William Reichenstein discusses four social security claiming strategies to maximize a widow's surviving lifetime benefits.
Inside Indiana Business: This podcast interviews professor of economics Craig Gundersen, who is also The Jim and Tammy Snee Family Chair in Food Security with the Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty, about the challenges of improving SNAP as well as innovation through technology to improve food access.
WalletHub: Professor of marketing Meredith David is a featured expert in this article about car insurance in Texas.
Mary Reinhardt, the recently-retired director of Baylor’s Online MBA program, shares her best advice for making your MBA experience successful.
Two recent graduates credit Baylor’s Dallas-based Executive MBA program with imparting the skills, confidence and connections they need to reach the next stage of their careers.
Robin: Management professor Sara Perry is interviewed about her research into the future of hybrid work.
Deseret News: In this article about restaurants becoming increasingly technology-based, research by Marketing professors Meredith David and James Roberts about the harmful effects of smartphone usage is cited.
Axios: Cited in this article about digital detoxification is research by Marketing professors Meredith David and James Roberts who found that screen time is harmful to relationships.
The Hankamer School of Business hosted the 2022 Risk Theory Society (RTS) Seminar on May 20-21 at the Foster Campus for Business and Innovation, the first time Baylor has facilitated the event.
Texas Business Hall of Fame presents 2022 Awards.
The New York Times: Professor of Finance Mike Stegemoller is quoted in this article about SPACs and Wall Street's waning appetite for them due to the threat of regulation.
The Texas Business Hall of Fame Foundation honors the accomplishments and contributions of outstanding business leaders in our state by celebrating their impact in both business and community.
KWBU (NPR): Research by Matt Quade, professor of management, has found that when the main focus of leaders is the bottom-line, such thinking can have negative consequences on the business.
Joshua Korn credits his online MBA with making him a more strategic, effective steward of resources for CURE International, a faith-based organization that provides surgical care as well as spiritual and emotional support to children living with treatable disabilities.
AICPA: Baylor alum Derek Rezler (MTax '21) was announced as one of only 57 winners of the Elijah Watt Sells Award out of 72,000 individuals who sat for the CPA Exam in 2021.
KWBU (NPR): Entrepreneurship professor Matthew Wood shares data-driven predictors to help entrepreneurs decide when to pivot.
Baylor’s Center for Professional Selling (ProSales) is pleased to announce that Brian Galbraith and Beth Gosnell are the Spring 2022 Outstanding ProSales Student Coaches. ProSales sponsors student involvement in four internal and six external sales competitions each year. In addition to competing, ProSales students serve as student coaches, providing rich learning opportunities for both student competitors and student coaches while building student-peer relationships and the collaborative ProSales culture.
Boston Globe: Professor of marketing Tyrha Lindsey-Warren is quoted in this article about a disruptive advertising campaign for a popular Christian TV series.
Convos with Clay: Matt Quade, Director of Ethics and Leadership at Baylor Business, discusses ethical leadership and moral courage.
Baylor's Healthcare MBA offers a Pre-Clinical Track degree plan that shortens the road to impact in a clinical setting.
KWBU (NPR): Marketing professor Tyrha Lindsey-Warren discusses the findings of her research into the unintended effects of minority discounts in the advertising space.
With determination and grit, Stephanie Janousek is making steady progress toward her OMBA degree while running a growing business and parenting three young daughters.
This year's outstanding undergraduate students were awarded at the annual Hankamer School of Business Senior Banquet.
KWBU (NPR): Professor of accounting Owen Brown discusses research on whether firms that hire former employees to audit them show bias.
Fatherly: Professor of Management Kaylee Hackney and an employee well-being expert discusses how to shift from work mode to family mode when working from home.
Double majoring in ProSales and Finance, Riley seeks to incorporate her Christian faith into her work and honor God by using her gifts to the best of her ability. With a strong sense of empathy and a passion for people, Riley has tutored children at underperforming schools, worked with mentally and physically disabled kids, and seeks a career in sales primarily to help others.
A team of four Accounting and Business Law students from the Hankamer School of Business finished in second place at Deloitte's National Audit Innovation Campus Challenge.