Student journalists advance to national competition

Student journalists advance to national competition

Baldwin City, Kan. — Three Baker University student journalists and the editorial board advanced to the Society of Professional Journalists national competition.  The students placed in seven categories at the regional conference in Omaha, Neb., over the weekend. Chad...
Favorite images of the decade, PR director

Favorite images of the decade, PR director

Baldwin City, Kan. — A photography exhibit of favorite images, “A Decade Covering the Campus Community,” featuring images taken by Baker University public relations director Steve Rottinghaus in the past 10 years, will be on display April 1 through May 17 at...

University announces Harter Scholars

Baldwin City, Kan. — Baker University has selected two Kansas high school seniors as recipients of the 2015 Harter Scholarships, the university’s most prestigious academic scholarships. Allyson Hertig, a senior from Lawrence Free State High School, and Emily Riggs, a...
Prison fellowship is an Alumnus passion

Prison fellowship is an Alumnus passion

Retired from a career as an accountant, financial planner, controller and insurance adviser, Mike Farmer, BS ’69, is dedicated to serving God and loving his people through prison ministry. Farmer has traveled to jails and prisons throughout the Kansas City area as...

Faculty teaching at alma mater are making a difference

Baldwin City, Kan. — Some of them pursued other career opportunities before returning to academia. Others realized as undergraduates or in graduate school that they had a calling to teach. Eight faculty members on the Baldwin City campus — Molly (Hunt) Anderson, BS...