Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, many events at Baylor have transitioned to a virtual format, and this turns out to have some unexpected benefits.
First-year medical students Sarah Durbin and Ben Holder have launched an initiative called the Professional Educator Appreciation and Recognition, or PEAR, Awards to recognize mentors who have had a significant impact on students during their medical training.
Through the Lens, a specially curated photography exhibit and event, was held Sept. 26 to highlight and celebrate 20 years of the Baylor International Pediatric AIDS Initiative at Texas Children’s Hospital.
Third-year medical student Martavius Lovall devoted a lot of time and energy to Baylor’s involvement in this summer’s Pride Festival and Parade in downtown Houston, and there was one particular moment that filled him with, well, pride.
Faculty and staff were honored with annual awards from the RIITE Role Model program at an August ceremony in Rayzor Lounge at main Baylor.