The Baylor Board of Regents approved construction on the new business school and track and field facility, designs for North Russell Hall renovations and plans for new doctoral programs at its annual Homecoming meeting Friday.
Paul L. Foster is deferring his service on Baylor’s Board of Regents to serve in a position of leadership at the University of Texas System Board of Regents.
The decision was announced earlier today by Baylor University Board of Regents Chair Richard Willis.
The Baylor University Board of Regents met today and approved names for buildings in East Village as well as spending measures for a new business school building and a new track facility.
The Gordon Teal Residential College, the north building, will be housing for engineering and computer science students. The south building has been named Hallie Earle Hall and will house the Science and Health Living and Learning Community. The middle building will serve as dining and administrative space and will be called East Village Dining Commons.
Dan Hord III and Dr. Christopher Howard began their three-year Wednesday after being announced as the newest members to serve on the Board of regents by Chairman of the Board Richard Willis.
It’s a historic, but not unanticipated, move.
In the spring, the Board of Regents announced the appointment of a faculty member, Todd Still, chair of the Faculty Senate, and a student, Student Body President Kelly Rapp, as non-voting members of the Board of Regents. The new regents began serving their one-year terms at the beginning of the fiscal year.
The Baylor University Board of Regents met today to welcome new board members and approve both the 2012-2013 budget and the next strategic plan, Pro Futuris.
The students have spoken and Baylor has three new officers in next year’s student government.
An Austin-based teen support group will honor the chair of Baylor’s Board of Regents and his wife Saturday for the example they set through their marriage and their contributions to improving the lives of others.
A donation by a member of the Baylor Board of Regents has contributed more than half of the $900,000 cost for a new equestrian building.
The Baylor Board of Regents moved one step closer to allowing the construction of a new on-campus football stadium at its homecoming meeting Friday, while also approving an ambitious set of capital investments, including the construction of a new $70 million student housing and dining complex.