Baylor University

Baylor University Baylor University

550 Speight Ave., Waco, 76798, TX, US

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Baylor University, a private Christian university and a nationally ranked research institution, provides a vibrant campus community for more than 15,000 students by blending interdisciplinary research with an international reputation for educational excellence and a faculty commitment to teaching and scholarship.

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Andy  Hogue

Andy Hogue

Director of the Philanthropy and Public Service Program

Andy Hogue, Ph.D., is director of the Philanthropy and Public Service Program and senior lecturer in the Baylor's Honors Program.

Grant Writing and Management Philanthrophy Community Service Learning Civics Education Community Service Philanthropy and Non-Profits Grant Funding

Emily Hunter, Ph.D.

Emily Hunter, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Management, Hankamer School of Business

Negotiation and conflict management expert, revolutionizing the fundamentals of workplace psychology

Negotiation and conflict management Work-Family Issues Stress Work-family conflict and balance Workplace Deviance Work-Life Balance Management Work-Family Boundaries Servant Leadership Workday Breaks

James Kendrick, Ph.D.

James Kendrick, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Film & Digital Media

Expert on film theory/aesthetics, the history of motion pictures, media and society, violence in the media, and horror film

Film History Film and Media Theory Violence in the media Media censorship and regulation Horror film Cinema and new technologies Violence in Film Steven Spielberg Film Criticism

Thomas S. Kidd, Ph.D.

Thomas S. Kidd, Ph.D.

Distinguished Professor of History

Dr. Kidd is Associate Director of Baylor Institute for Studies of Religion and Co-Director of the Program on Historical Studies of Religion.

Patrick Henry Eighteenth-Century North America History of Evangelicalism Baptists' History in America Founding Fathers (Benjamin Franklin, Patrick Henry) Benjamin Franklin

Elise  King, MID, M.A.

Elise King, MID, M.A.

Assistant Professor in Family and Consumer Sciences | Interior Design

Elise King, MID, M.A., is an Assistant Professor in Interior Design at Baylor University.

Frank Lloyd Wright Design Architectural History Interior Design Graphics Fundamentals of Interior Design Interior Design Community Engagement 19th and 20th Century Design History Sleep and Creativity

Ryan S. King, Ph.D.

Ryan S. King, Ph.D.

Professor of Biology

Dr. King is a Professor of Biology and Directory of the Graduate Program in Biology at Baylor University.

Freshwater science to inform policy Community and ecosystem ecology Numeric water-quality criteria Ecological thresholds Streams and rivers Marine and freswater aquatic ecosystems Organism response to urbanization Nutrient overenrichment Landscape theory Watershed patterns Links between stressors and biological responses

Peter G. Klein, Ph.D.

Peter G. Klein, Ph.D.

Professor of Entrepreneurship

Peter G. Klein is an economist who studies managerial and organizational issues, with a special interest in entrepreneurship and innovation

Entrepreneurship Innovation Diversification Vertical Coordination Public Policy Health Care Strategy and Organization Angel Investors Entrepreneurship Theory

Kathy Krey, Ph.D.

Kathy Krey, Ph.D.

Director of Research and Assistant Research Professor, Texas Hunger Initiative at Baylor University

Dr. Krey focuses on food security topics, including child nutrition programs, coalition building, and data analysis and mapping

Research Methods Nutrition Hunger Policy Social Work Data Analysis & Mapping Program Evaluation food insecurity

Karon N. LeCompte, Ph.D.

Karon N. LeCompte, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Curriculum and Instruction

Karon LeCompte, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Social Studies Education

Social Studies Education Civics Education Leadership Elementary Education Action Research Social and Philosophical Aspects of Education ICivics

Jeff Levin, Ph.D.

Jeff Levin, Ph.D.

University Professor of Epidemiology and Population Health

Dr. Levin’s current research and writing are focused on the historical and contemporary intersections of faith and medicine.

Coronavirus Social and Epidemiologic Research on Judaism and Population health Theories of Healing and the Work of Healers Role of Faith-Based Initiatives in Public Health and Healthcare Policy Religion and Health Judaism and Population Health COVID-19

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