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Art Shows - Senior Exhibitions

Graduating seniors of the Department of Art at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor celebrate their academic achievements through the senior art exhibit. Senior exhibits involve the creation and defense of a substantial body of work. The exhibition is required of all students pursuing a bachelor of fine arts degree. Students may elect …

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Art Shows - Senior Exhibitions

Baylor Aegis

While Baylor Female College and Baylor University were located in Independence, Texas, the publication of a paper represented the concept and work of the institutions. The first paper printed in the later part of 1882, “The Baylor Aegis,” was published jointly by the Literary Societies of the two schools.  In addition to original …

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Baylor Aegis

The Baylorian

The Baylorian began publishing at The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in 1912.  It has changed over the years, publishing at different frequencies and including different types of writing and art.  However, some things have remained constant.  The journal remains committed to publishing quality creative work produced by members of …

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The Baylorian

Bluebonnet Yearbooks

The Bluebonnet is the annual yearbook of the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Belton, Texas. It contains photographs of students, faculty, staff and administration, and photos and stories of campus activities and events throughout the year. In addition to providing memories for students, the yearbooks offer an annual history of the …

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Bluebonnet Yearbooks

Business Practicum Collection

This collection includes examples of the MBA student practicum.  The MBA practicum at UMHB is designed to be an applied learning experience in which students integrate and expand the knowledge learned in the program application.   Students may elect to restrict practicum access to on campus locations only. 

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Business Practicum Collection

About the collections



Townsend Memorial Library’s Digital Collections are a growing resource that include unique images and documents from the library’s archives and special collections, and from other campus units including individual academic departments and the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor’s Musick Alumni Center and Museum at the Parker House.

 

As part of its educational mission, Townsend Memorial Library provides online access to digital versions of selected materials from its collections for educational and research purposes. The Digital Collections make unique materials and scholarship available electronically for use by students, faculty and staff, researchers, and the wider community. 

 

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