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Community is the Baker difference for graduate

College seniors might be tempted to take it easy their last semester, but if you’re an education major, like Nia Madison, you have to spend it a little differently. Madison is diving head first into her chosen career by student teaching at Olathe South High School...

Baker graduate follows family ties to nursing career

Nursing is in Ngozi Nzekwe’s blood. When she was a child in Nigeria, her mother worked as a midwife. The family moved to Topeka when she was 10 years old, and her mother continued her career as a nurse. “She used to bring laboring mothers home to deliver, and so I was...

Two Commencement ceremonies to be held Dec. 16

Baker University will honor graduates with two commencement ceremonies Sunday, Dec. 16, at the Collins Center on the Baldwin City campus.

A leader years in the making

Ellen Herman had always wanted to go to college. But “life got in the way,” she said. She eventually earned a bachelor’s degree but knew her leadership skills were being underutilized in the workforce, and she needed a master’s degree to get to where she wanted to be....

Leading the way to new career opportunities

Kyle Braden was no stranger to the world of graduate school. In 2011, the math and engineering teacher at Blue Valley High School earned his Master of Arts in Education from Baker and had a great experience. “I found the classes to be worthwhile and really felt like I...

Baker University names Dr. Marc Childress vice president of Academic Affairs

Baker University has named Dr. Marc Childress to the position of vice president of Academic Affairs.

Weekend workshop develops campus leaders

The ninth annual Emerging Leaders Summit took place at Camp Chippewa in Ottawa, Kansas, the weekend of Nov. 17 and 18.

Rodenbeek’s work on mental health issues earns her Student Leader of the Month

Junior Chloe Rodenbeek, from Salina, Kansas,has earned Baker University’s Student Leader of the Month distinction for October based on her work organizing a performance by the Baker University Speech Choir at Valeo Behavioral Health Care in Topeka.

Annual Vespers concert scheduled for Dec. 9

Baker University’s Annual Christmas Candlelight Vespers is scheduled for 2 p.m. and 5 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 9, at Rice Auditorium.

“Be HERE” at the “Last Lecture” on November 27

Paulette Schwerdt, instructor of business and economics, will deliver a “Last Lecture” at 9 p.m., Nov. 27, 2018.

Community is the Baker difference for graduate

College seniors might be tempted to take it easy their last semester, but if you’re an education major, like Nia Madison, you have to spend it a little differently. Madison is diving head first into her chosen career by student teaching at Olathe South High School...

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Baker graduate follows family ties to nursing career

Nursing is in Ngozi Nzekwe’s blood. When she was a child in Nigeria, her mother worked as a midwife. The family moved to Topeka when she was 10 years old, and her mother continued her career as a nurse. “She used to bring laboring mothers home to deliver, and so I was...

read more

A leader years in the making

Ellen Herman had always wanted to go to college. But “life got in the way,” she said. She eventually earned a bachelor’s degree but knew her leadership skills were being underutilized in the workforce, and she needed a master’s degree to get to where she wanted to be....

read more

Leading the way to new career opportunities

Kyle Braden was no stranger to the world of graduate school. In 2011, the math and engineering teacher at Blue Valley High School earned his Master of Arts in Education from Baker and had a great experience. “I found the classes to be worthwhile and really felt like I...

read more

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