Remarkable is a word that most people would use to describe Dr. David Hilmers’ career. Over the course of Hilmers’ expansive career, he has been a Marine, an astronaut and is now a professor of internal medicine and pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine with a commitment to global health projects.
What do an astronaut and an orthotics and prosthetics student have in common? Turns out it’s the same thing trainees share with faculty members and with the facilities crew: the need to work well in a team.
Dating is hard. Work, family and social commitments, personal goals and societal pressures to accommodate leave little time to spare. John Antonio, lead project coordinator of graduate medical education in Baylor’s Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy, has spent the last few years examining the most efficient and effective characteristics that drive dating life.
Baylor’s Academy of Distinguished Educators held the 12th Annual Showcase of Educational Scholarship last month. The event featured 22 poster presentations by students and faculty across the college.