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Baylor School's Science Program Provides College-Level Research

With the national spotlight on the work that Baylor School faculty members Dr. Elizabeth Forrester and Dr. Dawn Richards are doing with COVID-19 in their lab at Baylor, many people are curious about the science program as a whole. 

Read more about the program and watch videos here.

Introductory Courses.
Introductory courses for the Baylor School Research Program include Molecular Methods and Engineering Design. Once complete, students may advance to Biomedical, Environmental, or Engineering Research. Successful students are considered for Advanced Research and Thesis in their selected field. 

Students Mentored by PhD Researchers.
Successful in their own fields of study, Dr. Dawn Richards, Dr. Mary Loveless, and Dr. Elizabeth Forrester are leading the way in developing curriculum and programs that will inspire the next generation of research scientists.

Technology’s Best Tools. 
The Weeks Science Building is supported with a $15 million endowment to ensure the most advanced program possible. Our facilities and research technology rival those found at leading universities.


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