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.
Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance: This summary piece discusses the findings of published research co-authored by Finance professor Hwanki Brian Kim on whether corporations retain too much cash.
Wall Street Journal: This article of student essays submitted in the Wall Street Journal’s weekly writing contest includes a piece by Baylor finance student Lane Reaves.
The annual international trip hosted by the Dallas Executive MBA program is helping students immerse themselves in the global business environment.
Supply Chain Innovators: Pedro Reyes, associate professor of operations and supply chain management, is interviewed about supply chain education.
Fortune Education: This Fortune-curated selection of five programs that offer combined training needed in the worlds of business leadership and technology includes Baylor’s executive/full-time/online MBA with a cybersecurity concentration.
Homelight.com: Randy Hacker, Marketing professor and executive director of the Keller Center for Research, is quoted in this article about how a real estate marketing approach can make all the difference in attracting potential buyers and securing a quick sale at the right price.
The path to Baylor University for Pat Bray, Hankamer School of Business Chaplain, has been filled with twists and turns, but he knows God has been with him every step of the way.
Innovative Business: People can be passionate about their beliefs, especially on social media. However, as people express those feelings through tweets, posts and videos, polarization is evident on nearly every social platform. Professor of Information Systems, Robin Wakefield, and Edwin W. Streetman Professorship in Retail Marketing, Kirk Wakefield, study where this polarization comes from.
BBC Work Life: Professor of Marketing, Claudio Alvarez, is quoted in this article about what rockets a brand, like Barbie, into a venerated and highly coveted cult status with intense staying power.
In this Q&A, Scot Sanders, assistant director of admissions, helps prospective MBA students navigate the decision-making process surrounding standardized testing.
KWBU (NPR): Kerry McNair shares insight into supply chain management during risky economic times through his experience at Walmart, Target, and Procter and Gamble.
KWBU (NPR): Unlock the secrets to peak productivity as Jessica Stillman spills the beans on the top CEO assistants' expert advice. Get ready to elevate your efficiency with insider tips from those who assist the highest echelons of corporate success.
KWBU (NPR): Tom Walker, President of Rev One Ventures, unveils the secrets to a successful intern-hiring strategy. Unraveling the power of curiosity, he explains why this trait is indispensable when bringing young talent on board.
WalletHub: Allen Seward, director of Baylor Business Fellows, is interviewed as a featured expert in this informational article about collision insurance.
Your Tango: This article on phone snubbing, or "phubbing" cites research from phubbing expert and professor of Marketing, James Roberts.
Poets & Quants: This article features Amy Jantz, Baylor Executive MBA graduate, as a "Best & Brightest" of 2023.
Baylor’s new Online Certificate Program offers working professionals a unique opportunity to take their career to the next level.
Study International: The Hankamer School of Business is spotlighted among four outstanding business schools offering exceptional degree programs to help students make a difference in the world.
CNBC: Craig Gundersen, professor of economics and The Snee Family Endowed Chair at the Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty, is interviewed in this piece on food deserts.
Urban.org: Craig Gundersen, The Snee Family Endowed Chair at the Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty and professor of economics, researched whether the USDA’s fiscal year 2023 cost-of-living adjustment helped narrow the gap between SNAP benefits and the increasing cost of a meal.
Online MBA student Jessica Shipley invests in professional growth while leading a marketing team and remaining present at home.
Interested in an early-career MBA? We invite you to listen in as program alumna Corrie Tebay and finance professor Dr. Erik Davidson share their valuable insights from their very different perspectives.
Baylor Connections: Cindy Wu and Emily Hunter from Baylor’s Department of Management studied what constitutes a good workday break, and how can breaks impact both productivity and health—research which broke new ground and shattered a few long-held myths.
Bloomberg: Gia Chevis, director of Innovation in Accounting Data and Analytics and professor of accounting, is quoted in this article about how tax and accounting firms are increasingly embracing generative artificial intelligence for some of their operations, but regulatory and ethical hurdles are slowing adoption.
The CLS Blue Sky Blog (Columbia Law School): Baylor business professors Shuting (Sophia) Hu, and Qinxi Wu, were among researchers who examined whether interlocking boards provide an important channel for scientific knowledge and innovation to flow between firms.
Financial Advisor: Two of the top Social Security and retirement experts in the country, including William Reichenstein, emeritus professor of finance at Baylor, say advisors need to rethink the way they plan for their clients' retirements.
The New York Times: Sandeep Mazumder, The William E. Crenshaw Endowed Dean of Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business, is quoted in this article about whether Americans are ready for sabbaticals.
Bhavita Jain, a dual MBA/MSIS student, relied on Baylor's Graduate Business Career Team to help her navigate the complex world of hiring and land a summer internship that advances her career goals.
Baylor Professor Bradley Beauvais points to the burgeoning need for strategic business minds to confront the healthcare challenges of our time.
Politifact: Craig Gundersen, professor of economics and The Snee Family Endowed Chair at the Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty, is cited as an expert source on food insecurity and food assistance programs for this fact check of a statement on SNAP by a U.S. Representative.
The international-award-winning Baylor Business Review and the new Hankamer School of Business podcast “Innovative Business” were recognized by the 2023 Communicator Awards.
Jenna Kinkeade, director of Baylor’s Online MBA program, sets the record straight.
The Hankamer School of Business (HSB) is celebrating 100 years of cultivating principled leaders and serving the global marketplace through transformational learning and impactful scholarship in a culture of innovation guided by Christian values. Alumni, students, faculty and friends are all invited to become an HSB Centennial Champion.
Champions' Tribune is a special feature through Baylor Athletics that gives you the student-athlete's perspective and the chance for them to share their own story. A first-team Academic All-American and Big 12 Football Scholar-Athlete of the Year, Dillon Doyle graduated in December 2023 with his MBA.
Innovative Business: On this episode of Innovative Business, we take a little detour from research to talk to the Chaplain of the Hankamer School of Business, Pat Bray. We discuss his role, his time so far as the first Chaplain of HSB, and what students can do to get in contact with him!
Two former program directors of the Army-Baylor Graduate Program wanted to leave a legacy that would connect them back to the program even after being gone for so long. Little did they know how strong of an impact that their contribution, Gazpacho the bear, would make on faculty, alumni and current students.
We are excited to welcome Michael Rodriguez, Kevin Hee and Owen Davidson to the Department of Accounting and Business Law.
Tim Thomasson reflects on a unique year as graduate program director, acknowledging the challenges and celebrating the achievements of the 2021-2022 academic year.
On Nov. 11, 2022, our Masters of Accountancy and Masters of Taxation graduate students hosted the 6th Annual Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Conference held on Baylor’s campus.
The more our students interact and engage with business professionals, the more we see their soft skills mature. Giving our Accounting students the opportunity to network and build relationships with professionals would be impossible without our 24 corporate partners and countless department supporters.
The Department of Accounting and Business Law partnered with Waco University and La Vega high schools to participate in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.
Accounting academic units must continue to evolve in attractive ways to draw in high-quality students as our profession expands the needed skill sets. Our strategic efforts to help students see the accounting profession in a broader light has been tremendously successful, as our incoming accounting majors this fall is one of our biggest classes in the past decade.
With time and perseverance, Pegah Janpak carved out a foothold at the intersection of marketing and cybersecurity. Now, as she prepares to graduate with an Online MBA, she considers her Baylor experience to be one of the wisest investments she has made in her future.
A growing number of employers are seeking applicants who possess the ability to leverage an increasingly global market. To equip Full-Time MBA students to meet this growing need, the Baylor MBA program christened its new Global Opportunities in Leadership Development program with an inaugural trip to San Jose, Costa Rica. Read on to learn more about the insight and global perspective our students gain through this strategically designed international experience.
WACO, Texas (May 9, 2023) – Twelve Baylor University professors have been honored with Outstanding Faculty Awards for teaching, scholarship and contributions to the academic community for the 2022-2023 academic year.
EurekAlert: Meredith David and James Roberts, smartphone researchers and Marketing professors, have studied the correlation between “flow states” and psychological well-being during Instagram and TikTok usage.
Bloomberg: This article about the impact of rising grocery prices and the expiration of pandemic aid on food-stamp recipients quotes Craig Gundersen, Economics professor and chair of the Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty (BCHP).