In the 10 years since the university adopted an ambitious new vision outlined in the “Baylor 2012” initiative, the university’s new capital investments in research and residential facilities have coincided with consistent annual increases in the cost of a Baylor education.
Baylor administrators are planning to move about 100 faculty and staff members into the Baylor Research and Innovation Collaborative facility by January 2013 as Phase 1 of the construction plans draws to a close.
A student organization called Baylor Undergraduate Research in Science and Technology (BURST) is answering Baylor’s call to improve undergraduate research.
An internationally renowned physicist presented a colloquium Monday at Baylor on his research, which he will relocate to the Baylor Research and Innovation Collaborative facility beginning in 2012.
The first researcher who will set up a laboratory at the Baylor Research and Innovation Collaborative received a guided tour of the facilities Monday as construction workers come closer to completing the first phase of the project.
Baylor professors and researchers planning to apply for research funding from the National Science Foundation will have the opportunity to learn more about submitting proposals at the NSF Regional Grants Conference next week.
The Baylor Research and Innovation Collaborative (BRIC) will become the new home to prominent NASA artifacts, upon the building’s completion in 2012.
U.S. House Rep. Bill Flores visited Waco Wednesday afternoon, touring the construction site of the Baylor Research and Innovation Collaborative and saying he is willing to use his influence to help the program obtain federal grant funding.