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Dr. Adelita Baker

Faculty Profile - Dr. Adelita Baker

Meet Dr. Adelita Baker who teaches in the College of Education at Dallas Baptist University. DBU’s College of Education has gained national attention the past several years, as it has been recognized as being in the top 1% of elementary teacher preparation programs in the nation. Teachers play an integral role in the lives of their students, who spend more time in the classroom during their formative years than at home. Dr. Baker recognizes that teachers can have such a large impact, so we asked her a few questions to understand how she uses those opportunities for the Gospel!

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Dr. Justin Gandy

Faculty Profile - Dr. Justin Gandy

Announcing Faculty Fridays! A new feature, in which we interview a few of our faculty about their time here at Dallas Baptist University. Through this endeavor, we hope to provide a glimpse into the heart of our faculty and shine a light on the genuine passion our faculty have for Christ and for our students.

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Phase 1 of the Transform Campaign

DBU Receives $1.5 Million Challenge Grant from Mabee Foundation

Dallas, TX – Dallas Baptist University has received a $1.5 million challenge grant from the J.E. and L.E. Mabee Foundation of Tulsa, Oklahoma, to be used toward the construction of Phase 1 of the Transform Campaign, which will develop the east campus of the University and establish DBU’s first Residential College.

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John and Nita Ford

DBU Names East Campus Development in Honor of Fords

Dallas, TX – As a part of the Transform Campaign, DBU is pleased to announce the naming of the East Campus Development in honor of John and Nita Ford.

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Transforming Lives.

DBU Launches Campaign to Begin First Residential College

Dallas, TX – DBU launches construction of its first Residential College for students, a learning/living community who will focus on the concept of Christian servant leadership and how that impacts a variety of vocations.

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