Baylor Lariat: Business professors Forest Kim, Pedro Reyes and Gia Chevis are quoted in this article highlighting concerns that Baylor professors have about ChatGPT and its potential impact on students.
Baylor University announced today the appointment of Hannah Stolze as the inaugural William E. Crenshaw Endowed Chair in Supply Chain Management in the Department of Management in Baylor’s nationally ranked Hankamer School of Business.
Experiential learning has become a key component of a college education, and Gabriella Cacciotti is doing her part to incorporate it into her classroom.
Earning an Online MBA prepared Richelle Pennington to lead and communicate with impact in a fast-paced virtual environment.
KWBU (NPR): There are many things that the brain allows us to accomplish, from achieving our dreams to reaching our goals. To unlock the dream-making potential, Tom Corely explains the importance of setting goals.
KWBU (NPR): During this episode of "Business Review," Marlene Neill explains how crucible experiences can transform leaders.
KWBU (NPR): When applying for a job, it's important to have the right resume credentials. However, sometimes one quality stands out above the rest. Amira Lewally explains what it is in this episode of "Business Review."
KWBU (NPR): As an entrepreneur, Soren Kaplan gives steps on how to scale a business in order to achieve success.
KWBU (NPR): In order to achieve high levels of productivity for employees, it is crucial to create a healthy working environment. Ted Kitterman shares the role that leadership plays in the wellness of employees
Baylor University, Barron’s and Dow Jones are continuing their partnership to provide educational and professional resources to Baylor students.
Sandeep Mazumder, dean at Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business, shared a list of the top five things you don’t know about the Federal Reserve System, clearing up the misconceptions.
Dominik Kuhn found so much value in Baylor’s entrepreneurship classes that he transferred to the MBA program from Switzerland. Now, he is leveraging his experience to build a first-of-its-kind online marketplace.
At six years of age, Sam Myers developed a love for sales while selling Christmas wreaths and popcorn door-to-door for the Cub Scouts. Now, in ProSales, Sam is grateful for the way the program built his business-to-business sales knowledge and experiences.
Passionate about helping others, Brynn Roper often gives up her free time to connect with people, always considering how she could make a positive impact in another’s life. She is also passionate about learning new skills, and is grateful for the opportunities the ProSales program provides, from networking with executives and job interviews, to making lifelong friendships.
Baylor Professor Tim Kayworth highlights the growing value of earning an MBA with a concentration in cybersecurity from the Hankamer School of Business.
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.
Strategy + Business: Peter Klein, The W.W. Caruth Chair and professor of Entrepreneurship, co-authored the book, “Why Managers Matter,” which concludes that bosses are important and serve many functions and roles within organizations.
The Hankamer School of Business (HSB) at Baylor University will launch a new podcast to promote top-tier research conducted by Hankamer faculty and students. The podcast, “Innovative Business,” will feature Business School faculty and students discussing their research on a foundational level.
Bradley Lail, professor and chair for the Department of Accounting and Business Law, was named associate dean of Undergraduate Programs at the Hankamer School of Business. The appointment begins June 1, 2023.
WalletHub: Economics professor Finley Edwards is a featured expert in this article about the rising cost of auto insurance.
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.
KWBU (NPR): With her fresh perspective on the future as a young professional, Alex Lyzwa gives college graduates a fresh perspective on their future.
Valuing creativity and stick-to-it-ness, Allie is a ProSales and Entrepreneurship double major who enjoys loving others deeply.
Baylor Clinical Assistant Professor Allison Alford shares her best tips for navigating virtual communication in a post-COVID world.
Majoring in ProSales and Marketing, Jordon Ermentraut is a creative and caring person who loves the outdoors, spending quality time with people, and reading. In line with her heart for others, she founded Play4AJ, an organization that fundraises to provide scholarships and support for baseball players in financial need.
Double-majoring in ProSales and Finance, Tyler Spears is passionate about improving himself daily, living out his faith boldly, and being financially stable in life. Playing baseball, football, and basketball during high school, he learned the value of grit and constant improvement for success. Turning down the chance to play baseball at the collegiate level in order to attend Baylor, he currently enjoys golf and weightlifting as competitive outlets, pushing himself to be the best he can be.
Jude Enajero traveled from Nigeria to Waco to earn dual MBA/MSIS degrees at Baylor only to discover a new community of friends and a fresh perspective on the impact he can make with a career in finance.
Max Kleiner is a ProSales major who serves as president of Baylor University’s Interfraternity Council, acting as a conduit between the university and 14 fraternities. This role has taught him to be mindful of others and their emotions when dealing with difficult situations.
Due to her love for travel, Shelby Clark’s life goal is to visit every continent. History, culture, and her faith serve as her guide as she has visited 10 countries and multiple World War II historical sites, such as the Berlin Wall and the beaches of Normandy. A ProSales and Management double major, Shelby enjoys new experiences and is deeply passionate about her faith.
Waco Tribune-Herald: During an economic forecasting conference Dean Sandeep Mazumder of the Hankamer School of Business said that Waco and Texas are likely to see economic headwinds but are well-positioned to weather them.
PR Log: Tyrha Lindsey-Warren, clinical assistant professor of Marketing and the director of industry relations and experiential learning Baylor Business, was announced as the recipient of the 2022 ATHENA Leadership Award® presented by the Greater Waco Chamber of Commerce.
Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business and College of Arts & Sciences launch a joint graduate program to address the need for business analytics professionals. Introducing the Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA).
Tyler Grogan, MBA ’22 credits his Baylor MBA with a concentration in cybersecurity with helping him sharpen his skills and prepare for higher levels of leadership in his industry.
Sandeep Mazumder, dean at Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business, loves spending the holidays with his family. He shared a list of the top five holiday traditions to keep the magic alive during Christmas.
Baylor Career Center's Kaytlin Suarez coaches early-career MBA candidates on the "how" and the "why" behind LinkedIn.
The online MBA program in Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business has been ranked No. 11 nationally among the 2023 Best Online MBA Programs by Poets & Quants, the definitive online publication for business education news.
A first-generation college student and self-described optimist, Keaton Kechter stepped outside of his comfort zone by attending business school.
Dallas Business Journal released its 16th annual “40 Under 40” list this summer, which included two Baylor MBA graduates, Amber Roy and Ryan Gebhart.
The Department of Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation in Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business has been recognized with a No. 6 national ranking for its undergraduate entrepreneurship program by Entrepreneurship Magazine and The Princeton Review.
Passionate about helping others, Caroline Smith looks forward to a career in sales, where she will be able to meet her customers’ needs and help them attain their goals.
An outdoorsmen, hunter, competitive shooter, and golfer, Paul Wyatt actively engaging with life and others. He has a passion for people and enjoys hearing the stories every person has to offer, believing everyone brings something unique to life.
Phys.org: Sara Perry, professor of Management and remote/hybrid work expert, is quoted about the benefits and challenges of remote work.
Management professor Sara Perry discusses her recent research on the challenges for remote workers looking for a healthy and sustainable work-life balance.
Entrepreneur: The undergraduate entrepreneurship program in the Hankamer School of Business is ranked No. 6 nationally by The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine.
Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business and College of Arts & Sciences (A&S) are set to launch a joint graduate program—a Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA)—this summer.
A self-described adventurer with a heart for others, Holly Cunningham has traveled on mission trips to Tanzania, Mexico, and New Orleans. In high school, she served as President of the Free the Children club, where she fundraised for those she had networked with in Tanzania. Adventures at home included playing competitive volleyball for nine years where Holly served as a team captain, and participating on Baylor’s wakeboarding team, despite never having ridden a wakeboard before trying out.
For the past 15 years, Mat Hawkins has proved his mettle as an aviator, logician and instructor in the United States Air Force. As he finishes his online MBA, he feels more confident than ever to lead teams of impact.
Baylor’s Center for Professional Selling (ProSales) announced the winners of the 2022 Baylor Business Ethics Competition (BBEC), a ProSales program-specific competition designed to challenge ProSales students with ethical dilemmas evident in sales and distribution.
Fast Company: Management professor Sara Perry is quoted in this article discussing how office gossip is different in fully-remote work teams.
Sean Dwyer, a PhD candidate in the Department of Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation, received the Outstanding Graduate Student Research Award in the Social Science category for the 2021-2022 academic year.