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Already #BakerBuilt, nurse returns for his master’s degree

Already #BakerBuilt, nurse returns for his master’s degree

Samuel LoBurgio, BSN ’10, MSN ’19, only had one school in mind when he decided to pursue a graduate degree. “Baker has a great reputation for their undergraduate and graduate programs,” said LoBurgio. “I graduated from Baker University School of Nursing in 2010 with...
Achieving educational goals runs in the family

Achieving educational goals runs in the family

Toni Wendling, MSN ’19, loved her work as a nurse administrator at Stormont Vail Health, but knew she needed a master’s degree to continue advancing in her profession. She also wanted to pursue a path where she could grow and learn more. “I value my role as a nurse...
Nursing graduate achieves childhood dream

Nursing graduate achieves childhood dream

Abigail Hamel, MSN ’19, knew what her future held from the time she was little. “Since I was a little girl, I dreamed of one day being a teacher,” Hamel said. “Playing ‘school’ with my twin brother when I was younger was one of my favorite past times.” Hamel’s...
A graduation becomes a family event

A graduation becomes a family event

Andy Jett, MLA’09, EdD ’19, has been a Baker employee for the last 15 years and has always felt right at home. “Both of my kids have gone here, my soon-to-be son-in-law graduated from the School of Professional and Graduate Studies and has come back for his MBA,” said...
Graduating together

Graduating together

Carmen Romero-Nichols, MBA ’19, had a significant motive for pursuing higher education: setting an example for her daughter. “I became a mother at a very young age in the summer after my sophomore year of high school,” said Romero-Nichols. “I made it a goal to pursue...

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