A recent addition to the Baylor family, William E. Crenshaw Endowed Dean Mazumder knows all too well how the affinity for our campus grows daily.
Baylor’s ProSales was well represented at the 2022 University of Toledo Invitational Sales Competition (UTISC) hosted by the University of Toledo and the 3M Corporation. This hybrid competition provided for both in-person and virtual participation, which was helpful for the Baylor team as weather and flight cancellations required the team to compete virtually at the last minute. The UTISC competition involved multiple rounds of role plays.
Through a newly-created learning experience, Baylor's incoming Full-Time MBA students will explore international business first-hand—and expand their global opportunities.
Baylor Business Review: The dual master's degree program in social work and business turns graduates into a rare double threat.
Baylor Business Review: Sue Johnson utilizes years of business experience and knowledge to help young people reach financial security.
Baylor Business Review: Jinhaeng Lee understands the importance of community and service, seeing both as his Christian duty.
Baylor Business Review: Fernando Arroyo believes in being the hand up-not a handout-that makes a positive difference in the world.
Baylor Business Review: Research conducted by an HSB professor and alumna looks to assist in the battle to end human trafficking.
Baylor Business Review: Baylor students, faculty and staff lived out Isaiah 58:10 by packing 50,000 meals for the McLennan County community.
Baylor Business Review: Scott Smith maintains a strong belief that leadership requires focus, support and courage without compromise.
Baylor Business Review: Hankamer School of Business students personify Baylor's mission during trips to Uganda and Zambia.
Baylor Business Review: Vida Mulec Brett knows all about serving-whether on the tennis court or helping others through her work.
MoneyGeek: Finance professor Franklin Potts is a featured expert in this article about affordable health insurance for young adults.
KWBU (NPR): There are four key things that leaders can do to be really successful at bridging the gap between generations.
Prevention: This article about the importance of workday breaks quotes Management professor Emily Hunter.
Prevention: Emily Hunter, professor and chair of Management, is quoted in this article about the importance of taking a break during the workday, which can increase productivity and lower burnout rates.
KXXV (ABC): Supply chain expert and Management professor Pedro Reyes is quoted in this story about disruptions in the grocery supply chain can be overcome but it's unclear how long or to what extent the problem will continue.
FOX & Friends Sunday: Pedro Reyes, professor of Management and supply chain expert, weighs in on how the Russian-Ukraine conflict will impact food supply.
During his time in the ProSales program, Jake Morrow has learned the critical importance of managing his time, as well as the art of active listening. He understands that success often depends on taking initiative to work ahead, while applying active listening every day has enabled him to build strong relationships with his peers and mentors
EurekAlert: Professor of Information Systems and Business Analytics Xunyi Wang contributed to new research which found that self-regulating is critical to reducing crime linked to Airbnb commercial listings.
Technology is transforming the practice of marketing at a dizzying pace. Fortunately, MBA students at Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business can rely on their professors to make sense of an evolving profession.
KWBU (NPR): "The most inspirational woman in the world," Lolly Daskal, gives a pep talk on the characteristics of a great leader in this episode of the Business Review.
Journal of Accountancy: Charles Davis, professor of Accounting, is quoted in this article about how the challenges of the pandemic may be an opportunity to add new career skills and habits for accounting professionals.
KXXV (ABC): Professor of Management and supply chain expert, was interviewed on the possible supply chain issues associated with the conflict in Eastern Europe.
With a goal to make the most of her four years at Baylor, Paige McClelland has been actively involved in a number of organizations and served in various leadership positions. She has been a member of the Freshman Leadership Organization and served Kappa Kappa Gamma as the University Events Chairperson and on their Academic Excellence Committee.
In this Q&A, OMBA alum Ross VanNostrand provides an inside look at his role as a procurement specialist in the oil and gas industry.
Dean Mazumder shares his top five favorite books to read.
Growing up, Hunter Larson enjoyed hunting deer, a hobby he now likens to a career in sales. Hunting and selling both require patience and perseverance. Some days you may go home empty-handed, but with the proper persistence, you will eventually bag that deer or close that deal
Real Estate Magazine: This article cites a report from the Keller Center for Research at Baylor about how online advertising is now more relevant to real estate promoters than print.
Forbes: Recent research on moral judgments of artificial intelligence by Yulia Sullivan, professor of Information Systems and Business Analytics, is cited in this article about the legal and ethical ramifications of self-driving vehicles.
KXXV (ABC): Professor of Management and supply chain expert Pedro Reyes was interviewed for this story on supply chain issues with tire shops across the country.
In late February, TIAA — a leading financial services provider that ranks among the 100 largest corporations in America — named one of Baylor’s own as its president and CEO.
Baylor’s Center for Professional Selling revealed the final results of the Baylor Business Selling Outside (BBSO) competition on February 11 as students and faculty gathered in-person and executives representing the ProSales Corporate Partners participated via video conference. The BBSO is designed to engage students in a realistic sales situation with business executives. This year, students focused on selling a 3M adhesive material to a spa tub manufacturer who was experiencing growing market demand due to COVID 19. These in-person role-play sales meetings were judged virtually by 140 business executives from around the country, offering students a chance to gain valuable feedback from the Center for Professional Selling’s Corporate Partners.
The newly established Black Business Student Association (BBSA) is gearing up for its first semester as an official student organization at Baylor University.
Baylor Entrepreneurship Professor, Peter Klein is ranked 250 in the US and 565 worldwide in the listing of top researchers from the Business and Management discipline.
Senior faculty and students of Army-Baylor MHA program attended the ACHE Central Texas Symposium in Waco, TX.
Between ages 11-18, Islay Lyttle competed internationally in Scottish Highland dancing, performing across the U.S. and in Ireland, Scotland, and Argentina. Now at Baylor, she continues to be active in her community, building relationships, and looking for opportunities to give back.
Dean Mazumder shares his top five favorite recipes to make with his family.
Baylor business students will have the opportunity to share their industry knowledge and skills through the Zambia Business Consulting mission trip.
At age 15, Andres Hernan got his first job working part-time at a local McDonald’s. Over the next three years, he would discover a love for connecting with people and adding value to their experience through positive engagement.
Pursuing an MBA in a lucrative, in-demand field is a powerful career move. Learn more about the value of an MBA in Healthcare Administration.
WalletHub: Meredith David, professor of Marketing, is a featured expert in this guide where she offers advice on shopping for car insurance.
Waco Tribune-Herald: Professor of Marketing Tyrha Lindsey-Warren explains why she started the Waco Family & Faith Film Festival.
WalletHub: Marketing professor Jim Roberts is a featured expert in this article where he offers tips on how to celebrate Valentine's Day on a budget.
Federal News Network: Information Systems professor Stacie Petter and Baylor alum Laurie Giddens are featured guests on "The Business of Government Hour" podcast to discuss their research on how to reskill a workforce in government settings using technology-oriented training.
Raised on the border between the U.S. and Mexico, Andrea Henderson has a unique understanding of how diversity plays out across two cultures, which has given her a broadened view of the world. She is passionate about people and makes the most of every opportunity to be a listening ear or offer a piece of advice that might help others widen their perspective.
Big data continues to transform how businesses operate. Learn some of the key skills employers are looking for in analytically savvy leaders.
MoneyGeek: James Roberts, Marketing professor, is the featured expert in this article about the best cash back student credit cards in 2022.
Baylor University today announced the recipients of the 2022 Baylor Alumni Awards, which honor individuals who embody the distinctive mission of the University and their remarkable achievements.
Two things that make Gavin Hartoonian unique are his multi-cultural heritage, with family from Croatia, Spain, and Iran, and the fact that he is the older brother to triplets. His exposure to different cultures has given him the ability to understand and empathize with people from a variety of backgrounds and having younger siblings has taught him the responsibility of leadership.