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
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.
Nursing students put community health curriculum into practice at Lawrence Community Shelter and Topeka Rescue Mission.
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.