The Gold Standard: Celebrating 175 Years of Baylor’s Best and Brightest
Baylor University’s Mayborn Museum Complex celebrates our sixth year of the ever-popular Director’s Forum. Join this year as we host speakers Kim Mulkey, Trey Crumpton, and Scott Lewis and give off site tours of our famous Bear Habitat and Armstrong Browning Library for this can’t-miss event.
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Baylor University’s Mayborn Museum Complex celebrates our sixth year of the popular Director’s Forum. Join us this year to experience speakers Kim Mulkey, Trey Crumpton, and Scott Lewis and enjoy off-site tours of our famous Bear Habitat and Armstrong Browning Library.
Golden Teams and Golden Dreams
9:00 am in the Theater
Presented by Kim Mulkey
Lady Bears’ coach, Kim Mulkey, inspires us with her lifetime of achieving the gold standard in a variety of areas. Coach Mulkey will speak on her history in basketball and her years coaching at Baylor University.
Founding to Future
10:30 am in the Baylor Exhibit Gallery
Presented by Trey Crumpton
Exhibit Development Manager, Trey Crumpton, reveals behind-the-scenes details from imagination to creation of the museum’s newest exhibit, Founding to Future: Bright Lights of Baylor University.
Boundless Life: Andrew Joseph Armstrong
12:00 pm in the Upper Café
Presented by Scott Lewis
Baylor graduate, Browning Scholar, and author Scott Lewis travels across the pond to share his insight on the contributions of one of Baylor’s most loved and acclaimed professors, recounting the impact of Dr. Armstrong and his famous library.
Hour-long tours of Armstrong Browning Library and The Bear Habitat depart at 2:00 pm.
Seating is limited; advanced registration is required.
Admission to this event is $10 for members and $15 for nonmembers. Tours are an additional fee of $5.00 each.