Living & Learning CenterBaylor Names New Faculty-In-Residence for Engineering and Computer Science Living-Learning Center
Dr. Ian Gravagne, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering in the School of Engineering and Computer Science at Baylor, has been appointed as the new Faculty-in-Residence (FIR) for the Engineering and Computer Science Living-Learning Center (ECS-LLC) beginning this fall.
Dr. Byron Newberry to Serve on Executive Board of the NIEE
May 21, 2007
Dr. Byron Newberry, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, was recently elected to the Executive Board of the National Institute for Engineering Ethics (NIEE).
Engineering societies sponsor 'E Week'
Monday's game night marked the beginning of National Engineers Week at Baylor.
The week's events, which will include a guest speaker and social hour, were organized by Baylor's professional engineering societies.
Scholars Day Showcases Important Research
The School of Engineering and Computer Science (ECS) hosted its annual Scholars Day on Friday, January 26, 2007. The event provided an opportunity for faculty, staff, and students give public presentations on current research projects.
Baylor Engineering Team Works on Projects in Honduras
A group of Baylor engineering students and faculty traveled to Honduras over the Christmas break, December 29, 2006-January 5, 2007 to undertake two projects.
Baylor Holds Special Hours for Thanksgiving Holiday
In observance of the Thanksgiving holiday, Baylor University will not hold classes and administrative offices will be closed Wednesday, Nov. 22, through Friday, Nov. 24. Several university facilities will have modified hours during the week.
Students compete at Baylor in a battle of the brains
Monday, November 06, 2006
By Tim Woods
Tribune-Herald staff writer
The best and the brightest from Texas schools vied in the regional competition for an opportunity to represent their school and region in the international championship to be held in March in Tokyo.
Baylor Hosts Regional "Tech Olympics" Saturday
Twenty teams from different universities around Texas will be on the Baylor University campus Saturday, Nov. 4, for the regional contest of the IBM-sponsored Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC), a competition that brings the brightest computer programming college students together for a true "battle of the brains."
Baylor Receives NSF Grant To Offer More Scholarships
by Matt Pene
Baylor University has received a nearly half-million dollar grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to provide as many as 40 scholarships to transfer students from regional community colleges and partner institutions who wish to continue their education in engineering or computer science at Baylor.
IBM and the Association for Computing Machinery Kick off Worldwide College "Battle of the Brains"
Tuesday September 26, 11:08 am ET
Student Programmers to Hone Problem-Solving Skills Using Open Source Platforms