Student involvement has always been a staple at Baker University. This year was highlighted by the number of students who worked to make the world better through philanthropy and social justice – a true fulfillment of the University mission.
Junior Kayla Anderson received the $2,000 American Red Cross/NAIA Collegiate Leadership scholarship for organizing blood drives on the Baldwin City campus.
Baker’s Alpha Chi Omega Omicron chapter was named the National Housing Corporation Board of the Year and awarded the National Council Trophy, which recognizes the chapter that best exemplifies the ideals and mission of Alpha Chi Omega.
The 10th Annual Community Wellness Festival, sponsored by Baker and the Baldwin City Recreation Commission, was held at the Collins Center.
At the School of Professional and Graduate Studies, U.S. Army infantry captain Edward Ziembinski proved why Baker was again placed on G.I. Jobs’ list of Military Friendly Schools, earning his Master of Business Administration while deployed in Afghanistan.