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Principal returns to Baker to earn doctoral degree

Principal returns to Baker to earn doctoral degree

Ron Barry, MSSL ’12, considers himself a lifelong learner. While teaching high school social studies, beginning in 2005 at St. Thomas Aquinas in Overland Park and then in the Valley Center school district near Wichita, Barry continued to seek new methods and trends to...
Baker University’s MBA in Human Resources named one of the best

Baker University’s MBA in Human Resources named one of the best

Online Masters, a research-based service that provides graduate program information and higher education planning, has named Baker University’s MBA in Human Resources one of the top 25 programs for 2019. Baker’s program was ranked as one of the most comprehensive...
Judge finds his passion in teaching Baker students

Judge finds his passion in teaching Baker students

It was only the first class of the semester, but students were already full of praise for Legal Environment of Business instructor Judge Kenneth Garrett. “I was getting so many emails from students about the class,” said Sherry Davidson, who serves as an enrollment...
“Power” in business and education

“Power” in business and education

Growing up in a small town in southeast Iowa, Kurt Power knew his environment didn’t match his needs. His hometown, with a population of 200, was home to farmers and manual laborers. He knew he wanted something different, but “just didn’t know the vehicle that would...
Baker professor receives national award

Baker professor receives national award

Angie Currey, Ed.D. ’08, has had a busy few years. In 2015, she began her new role as the assistant superintendent of special programs for Kearney (Missouri) School District. In 2016, she was elected president of the Kansas City Local Administrators in Special...

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