Broadway at Baker to feature ‘Footloose’

Broadway at Baker and Music Theatre Kansas City will present “Footloose” at 2:30 p.m., Sunday, July 17, at Rice Auditorium on the Baldwin City campus. Students 13 to 18 years of age gain stage skills during the weeklong intensive preparation, which...
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Baker partners with the State of Kansas for tuition discount

Baker University has partnered with the state of Kansas to offer tuition discounts to state employees and their dependents. “As the first university and the No. 1-ranked private university in Kansas, Baker is proud and excited to partner with the state to offer our...
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Baker to offer nursing master’s degree program

Baker University will launch the latest of its online post-graduate degree programs next semester. Baker Provost Brian Posler said the Baker University School of Nursing will offer its first online degree program with the start of the spring semester in January. The...
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The Baker Orange sweeps regional awards

Over the past two weekends, The Baker Orange cleaned up at the Society of Professional Journalists Region 7 and the Kansas Collegiate Media conferences, claiming KCM’s All-Kansas Award as the top student newspaper among four-year private colleges and beating out...
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Baker grad named Nashville Mayor

Tucked between Sixth Ave. North and St. Cloud Alley in the shadows of the Nashville Public Library and the Nashville Convention Center sits McKendree United Methodist Church. Last November, the city’s mayor, Megan Barry, ’86, delivered food to the church in an effort...
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Baker junior wins undergraduate award for summer research

Baker junior Andrew Emanuels, won the undergraduate poster division at the 148th Kansas Academy of Science Annual Meeting held April 1-2, 2016, at McPherson College. His poster, Tardigrades in the Canopy: Living With Red Tree Voles in Oregon, is based on research he...
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Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges recognizes Baker students

Baldwin City, Kansas — Seventy-five Baker University students have been recognized by Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges for 2015. The students were honored for their grade point average, campus involvement and leadership as well as...
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Baker senior wins regional undergraduate research paper award

Senior Michelle Critchfield, Hesston, Kansas, won Best Undergraduate Paper at the 59th Annual Missouri Valley History Conference, hosted by the University of Nebraska at Omaha on March 4 and 5. Her paper, Identity and Ethnicity in Late Medieval Britain, was one of 50...
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Wysong earns February Student Leader of the Month

For some, it takes time to find their place during college, but sophomore Amy Wysong made her mark on Baker University quickly by participating in campus activities and athletics, all the while exhibiting a combination of maturity and enthusiasm that has earned her...
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Director of student life wins award for orientation programming

The NODA Association for Orientation, Transition and Retention in Higher Education honored Randy Flowers, Baker University’s director of student life, with the Outstanding New Orientation, Transition and Retention Professional Award during its Region IV...
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Broadway at Baker to feature ‘Footloose’

Broadway at Baker and Music Theatre Kansas City will present “Footloose” at 2:30 p.m., Sunday, July 17, at Rice Auditorium on the Baldwin City campus. Students 13 to 18 years of age gain stage skills during the weeklong intensive preparation, which... read more

Baker partners with the State of Kansas for tuition discount

Baker University has partnered with the state of Kansas to offer tuition discounts to state employees and their dependents. “As the first university and the No. 1-ranked private university in Kansas, Baker is proud and excited to partner with the state to offer our... read more

Baker to offer nursing master’s degree program

Baker University will launch the latest of its online post-graduate degree programs next semester. Baker Provost Brian Posler said the Baker University School of Nursing will offer its first online degree program with the start of the spring semester in January. The... read more

The Baker Orange sweeps regional awards

Over the past two weekends, The Baker Orange cleaned up at the Society of Professional Journalists Region 7 and the Kansas Collegiate Media conferences, claiming KCM’s All-Kansas Award as the top student newspaper among four-year private colleges and beating out... read more

Baker grad named Nashville Mayor

Tucked between Sixth Ave. North and St. Cloud Alley in the shadows of the Nashville Public Library and the Nashville Convention Center sits McKendree United Methodist Church. Last November, the city’s mayor, Megan Barry, ’86, delivered food to the church in an effort... read more

Baker junior wins undergraduate award for summer research

Baker junior Andrew Emanuels, won the undergraduate poster division at the 148th Kansas Academy of Science Annual Meeting held April 1-2, 2016, at McPherson College. His poster, Tardigrades in the Canopy: Living With Red Tree Voles in Oregon, is based on research he... read more

Baker senior wins regional undergraduate research paper award

Senior Michelle Critchfield, Hesston, Kansas, won Best Undergraduate Paper at the 59th Annual Missouri Valley History Conference, hosted by the University of Nebraska at Omaha on March 4 and 5. Her paper, Identity and Ethnicity in Late Medieval Britain, was one of 50... read more

Wysong earns February Student Leader of the Month

For some, it takes time to find their place during college, but sophomore Amy Wysong made her mark on Baker University quickly by participating in campus activities and athletics, all the while exhibiting a combination of maturity and enthusiasm that has earned her... read more