Laura (Driver) Peek, a 2002 Baker graduate who majored in chemistry before earning a Ph.D. in pharmaceutical chemistry, draws on her passion for science every day in her research into the early detection of tumor-forming cancers.
During the recent Athletic Hall of Fame Induction and Student-Athlete Awards Banquet, I was deeply impressed and inspired by the student-athletes being honored and all they have accomplished both on and off the playing field. Eighty-two Baker students received designation as NAIA Scholar Athletes, first team all-conference in their individual sport or as NAIA All-Americans.
Kristy Thrasher De la Cruz, ’96, serves as principal at a middle school in New York City. She and her school were recently featured in The New York Times for an innovative partnership with a nonprofit organization to help children excel through digital learning.
Baker University faculty, students and staff officially opened the academic year at the traditional fall convocation on Sept. 18 by honoring the University’s history and recent accomplishments and introducing future initiatives.
Baker University’s Greek community actively participates in campus programs, community service and leadership opportunities. Here are recent highlights from Baker’s fraternities and sororities
On the Baldwin City campus and in Topeka at the School of Nursing excitement abounds as new students arrive on campus as they have since 1858, at least in Baldwin City, to begin classes and to take the place of our former students who graduated last May.
Relive your memories of Harlaxton and create new ones. Join President Pat Long and Baker alumni on an eight-day trip to London and Harlaxton in June 2013.
The new Ivan L. Boyd Center for Collaborative Science Education will be dedicated at 3 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 5.