Show how Baylor ECS alum are #BaylorProud, and you could win a $250 gift card to the Baylor Bookstore! Post your Baylor spirit photos on Instagram and Twitter between August 10-28 with the hashtag #BaylorProud. Stay tuned to Baylor’s Facebook page for more information and learn about how you can be promote Baylor and the ECS programs at work. Read More.
Brian Thomas is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. He has served as the faculty advisor for Engineers with a Mission since its charter in 2004 and advises engineering students through the new Humanitarian Engineering concentration he spearheaded. Professor Thomas has been a faculty member at Baylor since 2001. Read more about his passion for combining engineering and missions in this edition’s Faculty Q & A.
Engineers with a Mission is a student organization at Baylor University whose purpose is to motivate and train engineering students by creating opportunities for them to discover and develop their vocations as ministers of reconciliation in a world of poverty, injustice and suffering. Through word, deed and design, students share the gospel of Christ in a way that is reciprocal and relationship-focused so that they might transform others as they are transformed. Read More.
Greer Tidwell graduated in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Science. As the Director of Environmental Management for Bridgestone Americas, Inc., he manages manufacturing, research and development programs for tire operations facilities in Central and North America. Greer discusses his passion for environmental engineering and the “Tidwell family legacy" in this edition’s Alumni Q & A.