Gloria Atanmo, a senior at the College of Arts and Sciences from Phoenix, Ariz., won the Harlaxton Dean’s Award as the outstanding student leader who had the most positive influence on student life at Harlaxton during the fall 2012 semester.
Lauren Amrein, a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority, was honored as the St. Jude Collegiate Ambassador of the Year in January. Amrien is involved in a variety of service projects in the area and honor societies on campus.
Katerra Shackelford, CAS senior, became the first Baker student to present at the Big XII Conference on Black Student Government in nearly a decade.
Greg West, ’09, will compete in the skeleton at the U.S. Olympic Trials in October for one of three spots on the United States roster for the 2014 Winter Olympics.
Teaching runs in the Barnard family, and so does lifelong learning. Jean Barnard and her daughter, Andrea, study in the same Master of Arts in Education cohort on the Lee’s Summit campus of the School of Education.
Whether you want to spend time on the golf course, socialize with your classmates over dinner or visit the Baldwin City campus, Alumni Weekend provides a great opportunity to reconnect with friends.
Chiefs: Paul Berardi, ’93, and Darryl Forte, ’97, reflect on their Baker experiences. Both earned degrees from Baker’s School of Professional and Graduate Studies.
Mark Kabban, 2008, will deliver the keynote address to the Class of 2013 at Baker’s commencement on May 19.
March 2, a bit of Hollywood visited Baker. The 5th Annual Scholarship Gala was held in Overland Park with nearly 400 in attendance.
Usually winter is a time when we in administration can try to recover from the activities that have taken place in the fall. However, this is not such a winter. And it all has to do with an announcement Dr. Pat Long made during the Founder’s Day event on Tuesday, Feb. 12.