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.
Highlighted by the graduate entrepreneurship program breaking into the Top 10 nationally, several Baylor University graduate and professional programs were among those ranked in the 2024 Best Graduate Schools rankings, released today by U.S. News & World Report.
ARMY-BAYLOR ALUMNI ACHE RECEPTION Wednesday, March 30 | 6-8 p.m. We are excited to see Army-Baylor alumni in Chicago for the annual ACHE Congress on Healthcare Leadership Conference. For those of you traveling to attend, we want to invite you to join us for a social reception on Wednesday, March 30 at McCormick & Schmick's in Chicago! Business casual/evening attire is suggested. Hors d' oeuvres will be served.
Senior faculty and students of Army-Baylor MHA program attended the ACHE Central Texas Symposium in Waco, TX.
On April 14th, as part of Alumni Week, Army-Baylor hosted our annual meeting, virtually. Check out the Slideshow!
COVID-19: An Army Brigade Approach to Tracking, Management, and Treatment of Soldiers, US Army 18th Military Police Brigade ABSTRACT As SARS-CoV-2 spread throughout the world military units had to develop ways of combatting risk to ensure force health protection and deployability of their soldiers. Medical functions were impacted and solutions need-ed to be found in order to incorporate these items as functioning medical platforms. In the following article, we address one unit’s individual response to the difficulties faced as a Military Police Brigade in Europe. Lessons learned from the initial wave of COVID-19 across medical operations, medical readiness, virtual health, and behavioral health initiatives can be utilized for better planning and response in the future.