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NEWS RELEASE
Feb. 25, 2010
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Department of Theatre to present ‘Dracula’

Baldwin City, Kan. — Baker University’s Department of Theatre will present “Dracula,” a stage play adapted by Hamilton Deane and John L. Balderston, on March 4-7 at Rice Auditorium.

Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. March 4-6 and 2 p.m. March 7. Admission is free.

Tom Heiman, assistant professor of theatre, will direct the play.

Cast and crew members are:

Dr. Seward: Josh Morgan

Harker: Patrick King

Van Helsing: Justin Whittaker

Dracula: Kyle Dyck

Renfield: Aaron Schopper

Mina Seward: Kari Hilmes

Attendant:Bryce Lathrop

Maid: Kyrie Bair

Lucy Weston: Haven Ashley

Stage manager: Megan Nelson

Lighting designer: Rachael Moon

Costume designer: M.J. Mingus

Sound designer: Justin Whittaker

FX designer: Andrew Simons and Tyler Falck

Props master: Brandi Dority

Make-up designer: Ali Waston

Production manager/ PR: Patti Heiman

Sound board opp.: Meredith Hodges

Light board opp.: Lindley Fritz

Make-up crew: Ashley Bledsoe

FX/crew: Andrew Krievens

Crew: Bill Moore

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NEWS RELEASE
Feb. 25, 2010
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Instructor named president and COO of Flint Telecom Group

Overland Park, Kan. — Bernie Fried, an adjunct instructor who teaches management and leadership courses in Baker University’s master’s program at the School of Professional and Graduate Studies, has been appointed president and chief operating officer of Flint Telecom Group, Inc.

With a background in business development, operations and sales, Fried has more than 30 years of telecom and technology experience. He has served as a consultant for American Electric Power, AT&T, Capital One, Telstra and Nippon Telephone.

Fried currently teaches MBA 580 Executive Leadership in Baker’s master’s program. He also has taught BU 220 Foundations of Business Management in the associate’s program and BBA 351 Management and Leadership in the bachelor’s program.

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NEWS RELEASE
Feb. 18, 2010
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Musicians to perform with Kansas Intercollegiate Honor Band

Baldwin City, Kan. — The following Baker University musicians will perform with the Kansas Intercollegiate Honor Band at the Kansas Music Educators In-Service Conference on Feb. 26 in Wichita:

Kat Niehues, bassoon, Baldwin City; Bryce Lathrop, alto saxophone, Independence, Mo.; Matt Ingram, French horn, Lenexa; Kyle Detrick, string bass, Olathe; Mariah Barnett, cello, Salina; and Eric Loux, cello, Lawrence.

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NEWS RELEASE
Feb. 15, 2010
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Faculty promotions announced

Baldwin City, Kan. — Baker University announced on Friday four faculty promotions, effective for the 2010-2011 academic year.

At the College of Arts and Sciences in Baldwin City, Erin Joyce has been promoted to professor of French and will serve as interim assistant dean of Liberal Studies; and Wendi Born has been promoted to associate professor of psychology.

At the School of Nursing in Topeka, Libby Rosen has been promoted to associate professor and Jeanne Mann to assistant professor.

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