Veterans graduate nursing school with honors, opportunities​​

Veterans graduate nursing school with honors, opportunities​​

Anyone pursing higher education knows it’s a big commitment. But they take on the challenge in order to open the door to new opportunities. Malaya Deemer and Isabel Walker know exactly what it means to reap the rewards of this kind of hard work. The two students...
Nursing graduate business challenges tradition

Nursing graduate business challenges tradition

Between the clinical shifts she covered while earning her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the Baker University School of Nursing in 2010 and the years she spent as a registered nurse directly afterward, Melanie Miller has spent countless hours working in scrubs....
NYT Best Selling Author: Candice Millard

NYT Best Selling Author: Candice Millard

Candice Millard, ’89, beamed as Baker students Michelle Critchfield, Laney Holt, and Victoria Jones approached her book-signing table. “You’re all students from Baker? I love Baker!” exclaimed Millard, a 1989 graduate and New York Times best-selling author. Behind...
Teachers of Promise awarded Miller and Wilson

Teachers of Promise awarded Miller and Wilson

Each semester, two graduating Baker University students are presented with the Teachers of Promise award from the School of Education. Jordan Miller of Ozawkie, Kansas, and Layne Wilson of Independence, Kansas, were selected as the fall honorees. The award recognizes...
Choate, Kort named Harter Scholarship recipients

Choate, Kort named Harter Scholarship recipients

Baker University has selected Madison Choate of Gardner, Kansas, and Dylan Kort of Dallas, Texas, as recipients of the 2017 Harter Scholarships, the university’s most prestigious academic award. “Selecting only two students from such an outstanding group of scholars...