The Baker University music department will host its inaugural Trombone Day Workshop from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Saturday. Trombone Day increases the awareness, education and appreciation for the trombone through master classes, rehearsals, recitals and a trombone choir concert featuring all the workshops' participants.
The Baker Orange won the All-Kansas Award as the state’s top private college newspaper during the Kansas Collegiate Media spring conference April 12-13 in Wichita, Kansas. It marked the 16th time in 18 years the Orange received the All-Kansas honor.
Baker MBA students earned the top spot in the MikesBikes interactive strategic management simulation. Students compete against other groups in their school's program and groups from other institutions across the globe.
Baker University doctoral student Seth Kastle is receiving national attention for his new children’s book geared toward military families whose fathers battle with post-traumatic stress disorder, “Why Is Dad So Mad?” It is a narrative told from a family’s point of view of a service member who struggles with PTSD to better explain the symptoms to children.
William Miller, director of research in biology, and Baker University have been awarded a National Science Foundation grant for $286,285 over three years to conduct the “Tardigrades and Wheel Chairs in the Canopy” Research Experience for Undergraduates program.
Three Baker University student journalists and the editorial board advanced to the Society of Professional Journalists national competition.
A 2008 graduate of the School of Nursing, Laci Lingenfelter works in the critical care unit at Stormont-Vail HealthCare and is an adjunct faculty member for Baker.