DIALOGOS | Spread your knowledge

Wednesday, April 18, 2018 | 8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. 

Dialogos is our annual celebration of student scholarship. Undergraduate students from every discipline of the academy present their work in a variety of forms and mediums, including poster presentations, oral presentations, performances, and visual art displays.

Through open and critical discussion, participants learn from and contribute to the betterment of the whole. At Dialogos, to quote John Wesley, we “think and let think.”

Awards | Honors | Scholarships

During the symposium students are recognized with awards and scholarships. Student honors include the following:

  • Elliot S. Berkeley Prize in International Studies
  • Milan-Harris Award for Promoting Diversity
  • Nominees or winners of the Marshall, Rhodes, or Fulbright scholarships
  • Rotary International Scholarship
  • Outstanding Seniors

In addition, each academic department presents awards and scholarships to its outstanding scholars.

The Baker community also recognizes the following:

  • Student Senate Leadership Awards
  • Achievement Beyond Campus
  • Presentations at Conferences and Participation in Competitions and Performances
  • Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges
  • Initiates in Honorary Organizations
  • National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Academic All-Americans


Emilee Kuhn

Emilee Kuhn, FCAS, MAAA
Arch Insurance Co.
Senior Vice President – Lender Products

Emilee Kuhn leads the Lender Products Division of Arch Insurance Group in Kansas City. The division is focused on underwriting specialty commercial insurance products sold through independent agents to financial institutions and to auto and vehicle dealers. Before joining Arch, Emilee worked as an actuary at Allstate in Northbrook, Illinois, where she gained experience with home and auto insurance pricing, working on the implementation of various rating plans and rate changes. She also worked on catastrophe management and measurement as a part of the catastrophe modeling team at Allstate.

Emilee obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics, business finance, and economics from Baker University in 2006. Emilee received her Fellowship with the Casualty Actuarial Society in the summer of 2010 and received the Above and Beyond Achievement Award for her volunteer efforts with the organization in 2015. She is also a member of the American Academy of Actuaries. In her free time, Emilee enjoys spending time with her kids, watching sports, attending concerts, and playing card and board games.


Jill Franklin
Department Assistant
Business & Economics
Office: Mabee Hall