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NEWS RELEASE
April 23, 2009
Contact: Steve Rottinghaus, Baker University public relations director, (785) 594-8330 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Baker Orange receives All-Kansas award; Web site honored as online gold medalist

Baldwin City, Kan. — The Baker Orange received the All-Kansas Award for four-year private college newspapers on April 19-20 at the Kansas Associated Collegiate Press spring conference in Hutchinson.

It marked the 10th time in the past 12 years that the Orange had won the top honor. Gwyn Mellinger and Dave Bostwick serve as faculty advisers to the student-run newspaper.

Orange editor Sharon Stauffer, Frankfort, was awarded first runner-up in the Journalist of the Year contest.

The Baker Orange recorded 10 first-place honors.

Competing in a division open to all state colleges and universities, thebakerorange.com was one of three schools to receive enough judges’ points to be named an online gold medalist. In the online multimedia storytelling category, open to all colleges and universities, Baker students swept the top three spots out of 27 total entries with Courtney Servaes, Atchison, earning first. Chansi Long, Sedan, and Chris Smith, Overland Park, teamed up for second-place honor. A group project by Servaes, Smith and Zack Rockey, Udall, placed third.

During an on-site competition open to all four-year college students, Stauffer placed second in copy editing. Servaes and Lauren Anderson, Gardner, both received honorable mention.

Following are individual results for Baker in the private college division. The competition included entries from March 2008 to February 2009. Students were allowed to enter more than one work sample in each category, and each school was limited to five entries per category.

Column writing

Second — Amanda Pratt, Wellington; third — Chelsea Twietmeyer, Cheney; honorable mention — Chansi Long, Sedan.

Illustration

First – Courtney Servaes, Atchison; second — Emily Hink, Shawnee, and Ashley Fischer, Hiawatha; honorable mention — Servaes.

Cartoon

Honorable mention — Cate Richards, Baldwin City

Headline writing

First —Lauren Anderson; second –Servaes; third — Fischer and Servaes

Feature writing

First – Kris McDonald, Tulsa, Okla; third — Jenalea Myers, Cummings

Feature photography

First – Fischer; honorable mention — Fischer

Series writing

Second – Baker Orange staff; honorable mention —Long

Single ad design

Second —Amanda Helm, Baldwin City; honorable mention — Helm

Photo essay

Second – Emily Hink, Shawnee; honorable mention — Hink

Sports column

First – Smith; second — Smith

Sports feature writing

First – Helm and Fischer; third – Kelsey Epperson, Eudora; honorable mention — Smith

Sports photography

Second – Hink; third —Hink

Front page design

First – Servaes; honorable mention — Courtney Servaes

Sports news writing

First –Smith; third –Smith

News writing

First – Kyle Davis, Topeka, and Long; honorable mention — Stauffer

Interior page design

First – Lauren Anderson

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NEWS RELEASE
April 21, 2009
Contact: Steve Rottinghaus, Baker University public relations director, (785) 594-8330 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Voices of Spring concert set for May 3

Baldwin City, Kan. — Under the direction of John Buehler, professor and chair of the music department, Baker University’s choirs will perform at the Voices of Spring concert at 7:30 p.m., Sunday, May 3, at First United Methodist Church in Baldwin City.

The University Singers will perform French choral music; the Concert Choir will sing a variety of pieces, including Schubert’s Mass in G; and the Chamber Singers will perform madrigals and jazz pieces.
Buehler and his wife, Susan Buehler, associate professor of music, will retire at the end of the academic year. Susan will perform on the piano at the concert.

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NEWS RELEASE
April 22, 2009
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School of Professional and Graduate Studies launches fully online classes

Overland Park, Kan. — Baker University’s School of Professional and Graduate Studies has launched its first fully online classes for its Bachelor of Business Administration group of students.

The group is also the first at the School of Professional and Graduate Studies to experience online learning through Moodle, the university’s new learning management system. Moodle is a user-friendly, intuitive e-learning platform that supports interactions between students and faculty and assists them with integrating multimedia into courses.

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NEWS RELEASE
April 22, 2009
Contact: Steve Rottinghaus, Baker University public relations director, (785) 594-8330 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Baker University to be host to informational meeting in Paola

Baker University’s School of Professional and Graduate Studies will be host to an informational meeting at 6 p.m., Thursday, April 30, at the Senior Center, 121 W. Wea, in Paola. Anyone interested in learning more about the accelerated business degree programs for working adults is welcome to attend.

The meeting will provide information on Baker's business and management programs designed specifically for working adults. Baker's accelerated format allows students to complete their degrees in about two years. Degree programs are available at several campus locations, including Overland Park, Topeka and Wichita in Kansas, and Lee's Summit, and Kansas City in Missouri. New online programs are being offered.

For more information, contact Nancy Brooks, corporate education specialist, at 800-955-7747 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , or go to Baker's Web site at www.bakerU.edu.

Baker, founded in 1858, is Kansas' first university and offers nationally recognized undergraduate and graduate degrees for career-minded professionals.

 

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