Baptist University of the Américas Faculty Blog
The collection of essays included in this blog (November 2016 – July 2018) represent the BUA faculty, editorial committee, and editor of that specific time.
In June 2018, the University decided to place this blog on hiatus. As a result, the blog will no longer be published. Ultimately, it is our goal to continue publishing the blog when it is deemed possible.
From the bottom of our hearts, we want to thank all the readers and the contributors of this blog who have shown support and contributed to academic discourse, and we hope when the time is right, that we may once again continue with our goal of encouraging creative academic thinking through this publication.
BUA Faculty Blog


Baptist University of the Américas Faculty Blog
The purpose of this blog is to stimulate creative academic thinking and conversations regarding topics that are relevant to the BUA academic community as well as the university’s constituents.
The blog will be published in English and Spanish once a month on the third Friday of each month.
The blog writers are members of the BUA faculty (full time and adjuncts) as well as occasional special guests as determined by the editorial committee.
Editorial committee:
Nora O. Lozano, Ph.D., Editor
Craig Bird, MA
Sophia Botello, MA
Jesús Romero, Ph.D.
Views expressed on this blog are solely those of the writers.
For more information about Baptist University of the Américas and its faculty, please visit: http://www.bua.edu/
For questions or comments about this blog, please contact Dr. Nora O. Lozano, Editor, at nora.lozano@bua.edu

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