Baker University’s student-run radio and television stations, won seven awards, including four top honors, from the Kansas Association of Broadcasters in the annual student awards competition, going against colleges and universities of all sizes in the state.
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.
The Baker University Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of professor of music J.D. Parr, will host the Chris Grubb Memorial Jazz Scholarship Concert at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, April 14, at Rice Auditorium. The concert is free and open to the public.
Michelle Critchfield is the third Baker student in five years to win the best undergraduate paper at the Missouri Valley History Conference.
Seventy-five Baker University students have been recognized by Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges for 2015.
‘Rising star’ Amy Wysong, a sophomore from Sabetha, Kansas, earns February Student Leader of the Month for her involvement across campus.
The NODA Association for Orientation, Transition and Retention in Higher Education honored Randy Flowers, Baker's director of student life, with the Outstanding New Orientation, Transition and Retention Professional Award during its Region IV conference Feb. 26-28 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Baker's theatre tech team advanced to the final four in the Stagecraft Showdown at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival Region 5 competition and brought home the Spirit Trophy for the second year in a row.
Ali Gascoigne, a junior from Overland Park, Kansas, has earned Student Leader of the Month honors for her work welcoming students to campus.