The Baylor in Texas Residency immerses students in all the Dallas Executive MBA (EMBA) program has to offer. Taking place on Baylor’s Waco campus and on-site with innovative companies around the state, the Baylor in Texas Residency also welcomes students into the Baylor community, which serves as an important foundation for networking during the program and beyond.
The HSB Undergraduate Programs Office developed the Peer Leader Program, which strives to facilitate supportive relationships among Business School students through mentorship.
The Wall Street Journal: In this WSJ Future View column, students, including Baylor Management major Icewarya Loganathan, discuss retail theft, criminal prosecution and low-trust public spaces.
Online MBA alum Ryan Nelson knows his Baylor experience not only helped him weather the pandemic; it helped him land a dream job in his hometown. Now, as chief financial officer (CFO) of Saint Francis Hospital in Memphis, he is better equipped to serve his community through a fiscally challenging season in healthcare administration.
We asked Sandeep Mazumder, the William E. Crenshaw Endowed Dean of the Hankamer School of Business, to name the top five travel destinations on his “bucket list” that also serve as a good escape from the Texas heat.
The HR Digest: Offering guidance to worried pregnant employees, this article references research led by Management professor Kaylee Hackney about the negative effects of perceived pregnancy discrimination on expectant parents.
Innovative Business: Finance professor Brian Kim explores how, as a business owner, you want to ensure your bills are paid and your employees are cared for. After the 2008 recession, you have made sure that you have enough savings to take any hit the market throws at you. However, is there a point where you can save too much money? Find out on this month's episode of Innovative Business!
First for Women: This article about simple, effective ways to beat burnout cites research by Management professors Emily Hunter and Cindy Wu, who studied the benefits of taking a 10-minute workday break between 10 and 11 a.m., found that such breaks help you experience less on-the-job stress, fatigue and burnout than if you wait till lunch to take your first break of the day.
Full-time MBA student Erin Cyrier explains the tangible and intangible benefits of an internship while enrolled in the MBA program.
WACO, Texas (Oct. 10, 2023) –The Department of Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation within Baylor University’s nationally ranked Hankamer School of Business moved up to No. 3 in the world and the highest-ranked program in Texas for research productivity in the 2023 TCU Global University Entrepreneurship Research Productivity Rankings, the only research-focused ranking of entrepreneurial programs.
The John F. Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise in Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business has announced the winners of the third annual Baylor Business Impact Awards.
KWBU (NPR): Craig Gundersen, Economics professor and The Jim and Tammy Snee Family Chair in Food Security, is an agricultural economist whose game-changing research examines the causes and effects of food insecurity. In this Baylor Connections, he examines approaches to the fight against food insecurity and shares the path that brought him to Baylor.
Phys.org: Paul Mason, associate professor of Accounting and Business Law, is a co-author on a new paper "Understanding Private Equity Funds: A Guide to Private Equity Research in Accounting" in the Journal of Financial Reporting that is intended to guide scholars through the institutional features that set private equity apart from other asset classes, and the novel research opportunities that arise from those differences.
Hankamer School of Business students enrolled in the Christian Ethics Applied to Business course have had their coursework published by the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) website this semester as part of the WSJ "Future View" series, an editorial section that features student opinions on timely and relevant topics.
Several programs at the Hankamer School of Business (HSB) rose to new heights as recent rankings were announced.
Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business (HSB) is launching a two-year long centennial celebration at the HSB Alumni Homecoming Reception on Friday, Oct. 27.
Like many Full-Time MBA students at Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business, Kinley Kyro and Ben Schade arrived in Waco in search of something that would capture their imagination and set them on a course to professional success.
The Hankamer School of Business is so proud of our alumni’s accomplishments and want to share their successes far and wide. Read about the October 2023 alumni announcements.
The Hankamer School of Business (HSB) welcomed new faculty and staff members for the fall 2023 semester. The additions include top-tier faculty who will conduct high-quality research and provide innovative learning opportunities for our students.
Baylor Business Review: Brian Kim surveys how government regulation influences a corporation’s handling of their cash holdings.
Baylor Business Review: Kellen Mrkva researches how the smallest of details impact the potential of consumers adopting apps.
Baylor Business Review: Peter Klein lays the foundation for understanding the impact of ownership competency on company performance.
Baylor Business Review: Robin and Kirk Wakefield investigate the motivations and responses to identity groups on social media.
Baylor Business Review: These seven current students are preparing to become the business pioneers of the modern age.
Baylor Business Review: Ahmad Jenkins defies expectations and pursues a career in business and consulting, making a positive impact.
Baylor Business Review: Curiosity propels Thasunda Brown Duckett from childhood dreams to becoming TIAA’s first female CEO.
Baylor Business Review: John David Rainey is guided by the values of doing good for the world and giving back to the those that helped shape him.
Baylor Business Review: John Dillon is driven by the psychology of consumer-brand relationships, making a positive impact on people’s lives.
Baylor Business Review: Baylor Football legend and pro athlete Mike Singletary overcame obstacles to pursue his passion.
Baylor Business Review: William E. Crenshaw’s time at Baylor helped prepare him for a life-long career in the family business.
Baylor Business Review: Professor Bill Thomas credits his career success to Baylor University’s support and mentorship during his studies.
Baylor Business Review: Helen Ligon led the integration of the first computer at Baylor, shaping the curriculum and earning recognition.
Baylor Business Review: Beloved Professor Charles Wells was cherished for his dedication to teaching and his love for students.
Baylor Business Review: Support from the Hankamer family created a legacy for future generations studying at the Business School.
Baylor Business Review: Baylor’s School of Business, established in 1923, has evolved over the years to produce notable graduates.
Baylor Business Review: The century-old Hankamer School of Business harks back on its genesis and growth while pressing into a new era.
NewsNation: Allison Alford, professor of Business Communication, is interviewed about her research on adult daughters, how they play an integral role in maintaining unity in a family structure, and the importance of recognizing the burden of the 'invisible labor' in that role.
KWBU (NPR): Stephanie Mangus explores how emotions influence business outcomes, specifically in sales.
The Hankamer School of Business (HSB) launched a new promotional video during Family Weekend. The video, entitled “Light Your Future,” captures the essence of attending the Business School while showcasing the importance of a supportive community.
KWBU (NPR): Discover how brand exposure influences decision-making as Ashley Otto's research highlights its role in streamlining choices and boosting satisfaction.
Sept. 25 is National Daughters Day, celebrating adult daughters often overlooked for their role in relationship with parents
KWBU (NPR): Explore the intersection of embracing new innovation and navigating uncertainty, especially for investors eyeing emerging IPOs, David Dicks uncovers insights that illuminate the dynamics of innovation, risk, and investor behavior.
WACO, Texas (Sept. 18, 2023) – Baylor University’s transformational undergraduate academic programs and experiences were Top 10 national highlights in the 2024 Best Colleges rankings, released today by U.S. News & World Report.
The world economy is ever evolving, but there a few constants that can help us better understand what is happening. Sandeep Mazumder, the William E. Crenshaw Endowed Dean of the Hankamer School of Business, provided a few important things to consider the next time the economy comes up in your conversation.
KWBU (NPR): Ann Mirabito challenges conventional notions that uncovers how individuals are turning to the marketplace to manage the stressors associated with mental disorders, offering surprising insights into its potential role in mental health support.
Innovative Business: On this episode of the Innovative Business Podcast, Bo Mello and Justin Walker sit down with professor and chair of Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation, Peter Klein. Klein discusses what ownership competence means, how to measure it and how this can be applied not only to entrepreneurs but to business as a whole.
Having built a successful career in medical device sales, OMBA student Ty Atteberry is expanding his repertoire with a company that offers peace of mind to boaters and businesses in the British Virgin Islands.
CBS News: William Reichenstein, professor emeritus of Investments, is quoted about marginal tax rates and the “torpedo tax” in this article on three ways to minimize social security taxes.
Digital Journal: At the 2023 Marketing Ethnic Faculty Association (MEFA) conference, "Reflecting on the Past, We Venture Into the Future," associate professor of Marketing, Tyrha Lindsey-Warren, was the recipient of the Dr. Jerome D. Williams Excellence in Mentorship Memorial Award.
Shawn Williams, a Dallas-based EMBA student, credits his program’s residency program with broadening his perspective on practical issues that impact his career in medical equipment manufacturing.