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From Ancient Marine Reptiles to historic buildings, from Ice Age Mammoths to Texas textiles, our collections are the evidence of the beauty of the earth - including some 200,000+ specimens ready for research.
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On Friday, December 1, Laura Morrell will join the Baylor Libraries as their new Electronic Resources and Serials Librarian.
Project explores Waco community memory, associations around brutal 1916 lynching and 1953 tornado
Baylor University Information Technology Services invites all faculty and staff to explore the new Bing Chat Enterprise service, which is powered by Microsoft and most easily accessible using Microsoft’s Edge web browser.
On Wednesday, November 8, at Noon, Dr. Felipe Hinojosa will interview Dr. João Chaves about his recent publication, “Migrational Religion: Context and Creativity in the Latinx Diaspora” (Baylor Press, 2021), as part of Baylor University’s ongoing Readers Meet the Author Series. The conversation, presented by the Office of the Provost and the Office of the President, will be held on the first floor of Moody Memorial Library in the Schumacher Flex Commons. The event is free and will be hosted in person and livestreamed via Zoom Webinar. Light refreshments and a book signing with Dr. Chaves will follow the conversation.