Engineering Pursuits with a Higher Purpose
Engineering Pursuits with a Higher Purpose

Students of Baylor's School of Engineering and Computer Science use their talents to help enrich the lives of children with special needs.

Building Compassion: Baylor BUV

When Dr. Douglas Smith, associate professor and graduate program director for mechanical engineering, came to Baylor in 2013, he brought an idea.

Computing for a Cause

When Baylor University senior James Payne saw the children involved in Antioch Community Church’s STARS Mentoring Project reading books and engaging with their mentors, he knew his behind-the-scenes work was making a difference.

Engineering Social Change

Baylor student organization, Engineers with a Mission, is focused on improving lives in underserved communities while prioritizing collaboration, sustainability and social responsibility.

2017 Alumni Profile: Kimmie Sandusky

Kimmie Sandusky was the first Baylor engineering student to graduate with a concentration in Humanitarian Engineering.

2017 Student Profile: Robert Schmitz

Robert Schmitz is a senior engineering student and a member of the senior design team working on Emmeline’s Child Mobility Aid.

From the Dean

Welcome to the New Issue of Synergy Magazine!

2017 Elsewhere at Baylor

Dr. Linda A. Livingstone Announced as President and other Baylor news.

2017 New Faces

The School of Engineering and Computer Science Read welcomes new faces to our team - Dr. Seung Kim, Dr. Yue (Stanley) Ling, and Mr. Joseph Donndelinger.

A Fond Farewell: Dr. James Farison

Baylor University mourns the passing of Dr. James B. Farison, professor emeritus of engineering and chair of the engineering department. 

A Fond Farewell: Dr. Tommie Thompson

Baylor University mourns the passing Dr. Tommie R. Thompson, professor of mechanical engineering.