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.
Sept. 25 is National Daughters Day, celebrating adult daughters often overlooked for their role in relationship with parents
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.
Baylor Business Review: Cheyenne Atchison often approaches challenges from an unconventional angle in order to solve the problem.
Baylor Business Review: Christopher Brown’s experience at Baylor inspires him to assist current students in their hands-on learning.
Baylor Business Review: Best business practices have evolved over the years and so has how they are taught in the classroom.
The Hankamer School of Business at Baylor University will host the KPMG Ideation Challenge on Tuesday, May 2, at the Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation.
Management Information Systems student Matthew Homan is part of the Baylor cyber team which is experiencing frequent success, with National Cyber League rankings of 18th nationally out of 470 teams and 5th in the central region for fall 2022.
The National Security Agency (NSA) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) have designated Baylor University as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense (CAE-CD), an initiative that includes faculty from the Hankamer School of Business.
KWBU (NPR): Yulia Sullivan talks about the rise of artificial intelligence in our day-to-day world and how trust will play a big role in making it happen.
Baylor Business Review: Women are using their business superpowers to elevate themselves and their companies to unimagined heights.
KWBU (NPR): Dan Pienta, professor of Information Systems, says that phishing requires more creativity than know-how.
KWBU (NPR): Information Systems professor Dan Pienta shares how businesses can better educate employees about phishing attacks.
Baylor Business Review: The Undergraduate Research Assistant Program draws upon a vast wealth of previously underused research help.
Baylor Business Review: Jinhaeng Lee understands the importance of community and service, seeing both as his Christian duty.
Baylor Business Review: Research conducted by an HSB professor and alumna looks to assist in the battle to end human trafficking.
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.
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.
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.
Harvard Business Review: Covered in this article is recent research by professor of information systems, Daniel Pienta who found that companies who use phishing tests with questionable tactics have the potential to harm the company's relationship with their employees.
Innovative Business at Baylor: Dorothy Leidner, Ferguson Professor of Information Systems, synthesized years of research to develop a theory diving into personal data being digitized and its implications on a person’s dignity.
Baptist News Global: Stacie Petter, professor of information systems and business analytics, has earned a nearly $250,000 planning grant from the National Science Foundation to provide law enforcement a technological edge in combatting human trafficking.
Waco Tribune-Herald: The National Science Foundation has funded the efforts of Stacie Petter, information systems and business analytics professor, who studies how technology plays a role in human trafficking and how law enforcement can fight it.
RiverBender: Stacie Petter, professor of information systems and business analytics, is joined by Baylor alumna Lauren Giddens from Southern Illinois University to form an interdisciplinary team that will use a $250,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to propose solutions and training to law enforcement in the fight against human trafficking.
In this Baylor Connections, Stacie Petter discusses information systems' role in the fight against human trafficking and slavery.