Volleyball Team Donates Funds for Mulvane

February 2

Inspired by the spirit and enthusiasm at the groundbreaking for the Mulvane Transformation in early October, Baker University’s volleyball players were convinced the moment was right to make a difference. Experiencing a thrilling season on the court, the team believed the project to enhance the longtime math and science facility was worth the team’s financial support.

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Mulvane Transformation Progresses

February 2

Construction has been ongoing since the fall and is beginning to clearly show the framework of a spectacular addition to Baker University’s Baldwin City campus. Unseasonably warm and dry weather in January has allowed the construction of the $10.3 million Mulvane Transformation to remain on schedule as generous gifts from donors continue to support the project.

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Giachino Finds Reward in Teaching Chemistry to Elementary Students

December 15

Gary Giachino, Baker University professor of chemistry, knows why some college students are intimidated by chemistry class.

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King Works Dream Job at NASA

November 4

Eddie King’s aha moment occurred atop a hill north of Baldwin City near Signal Oak. Through a telescope in the late 1980s, he spotted the rings of Saturn during an astronomy class at Baker University.

“I became hooked on space at that time,” said King, a 1989 graduate who had declared business and psychology as his majors before deciding on physics.

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