Brokenbough chases dreams, MBA

Ever since she was young, Kristen Brokenbough has had a passion for health care. While her friends dressed up as darling fairy-tale characters, she donned a stark-white lab coat and a stethoscope—an homage to her father, who worked in pharmaceuticals.   After...
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‘Cohort 4’ celebrates 10 years

It’s been a decade since students in Baker University School of Education’s cohort 4 began their Ed.D. program. This group of excellent educators, who began their Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership degrees in 2008, reunited Wednesday, Jan. 10, to mark the...
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Hulla, Reynolds named Harter Scholarship recipients

Baker University has selected Brendan Hulla of Overland Park, Kansas, and Megan Reynolds of Olathe, Kansas, as recipients of the 2018 Harter Scholarships, the university’s most prestigious academic award. “It is always a difficult decision to choose just two...
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Class of 2017 to commence on Dec. 17

Baker University will honor graduates with two commencement ceremonies Sunday, Dec. 17, at the Collins Center on the Baldwin City campus. The undergraduate degree ceremony for the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Professional and Graduate Studies, School of...
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Flory harnesses dedication, commitment to earn MBA

In the first class of his Master of Business in Administration program, Jason Flory was asked to share his definition of leadership. What he wrote was a broad, two-sentence statement about capability and objectives. But when asked at the end of his program whether his...
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Hobelman Earns MAEd While Living in Japan

After earning an undergraduate degree in education, Deborah Hobelman moved to Japan for a one-year commitment to work as a ministry intern. One year in Japan turned into two, then three, and now she is just a few months away from celebrating her 12-year...
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Conrade, Ortiz named Teachers of Promise

In recognition of their accomplishments in the study of education, the Baker University School of Education has named Amanda Conrade and Josh Ortiz the 2017 fall Teachers of Promise. Each semester, two graduating Baker students are selected to represent the program at...
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Master in nursing program granted CCNE accreditation

The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) Board of Commissioners recently granted five-year accreditation to the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program offered at Baker University’s School of Nursing. Five is the maximum number of years that can be...
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Baker Recognized for National Excellence in Educator Prep

Baker University School of Education joined 42 other institutions in meeting the new, rigorous accreditation standards of the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation in the fall of 2017. CAEP’s rigorous, nationally recognized standards were developed to...
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Applegate’s ambassadorship, assistance earn her Student Leader of the Month

Senior Rhonda Applegate has earned Baker University’s Student Leader of the Month award for October based on her excellence as a resident assistant, leadership of the student radio station, and involvement in numerous honor societies. A native of Bolivar, Missouri,...
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Brokenbough chases dreams, MBA

Ever since she was young, Kristen Brokenbough has had a passion for health care. While her friends dressed up as darling fairy-tale characters, she donned a stark-white lab coat and a stethoscope—an homage to her father, who worked in pharmaceuticals.   After...

read more

‘Cohort 4’ celebrates 10 years

It’s been a decade since students in Baker University School of Education’s cohort 4 began their Ed.D. program. This group of excellent educators, who began their Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership degrees in 2008, reunited Wednesday, Jan. 10, to mark the...

read more

Hulla, Reynolds named Harter Scholarship recipients

Baker University has selected Brendan Hulla of Overland Park, Kansas, and Megan Reynolds of Olathe, Kansas, as recipients of the 2018 Harter Scholarships, the university’s most prestigious academic award. “It is always a difficult decision to choose just two...

read more

Class of 2017 to commence on Dec. 17

Baker University will honor graduates with two commencement ceremonies Sunday, Dec. 17, at the Collins Center on the Baldwin City campus. The undergraduate degree ceremony for the College of Arts and Sciences, School of Professional and Graduate Studies, School of...

read more

Flory harnesses dedication, commitment to earn MBA

In the first class of his Master of Business in Administration program, Jason Flory was asked to share his definition of leadership. What he wrote was a broad, two-sentence statement about capability and objectives. But when asked at the end of his program whether his...

read more

Hobelman Earns MAEd While Living in Japan

After earning an undergraduate degree in education, Deborah Hobelman moved to Japan for a one-year commitment to work as a ministry intern. One year in Japan turned into two, then three, and now she is just a few months away from celebrating her 12-year...

read more

Conrade, Ortiz named Teachers of Promise

In recognition of their accomplishments in the study of education, the Baker University School of Education has named Amanda Conrade and Josh Ortiz the 2017 fall Teachers of Promise. Each semester, two graduating Baker students are selected to represent the program at...

read more

Master in nursing program granted CCNE accreditation

The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) Board of Commissioners recently granted five-year accreditation to the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program offered at Baker University’s School of Nursing. Five is the maximum number of years that can be...

read more

Baker Recognized for National Excellence in Educator Prep

Baker University School of Education joined 42 other institutions in meeting the new, rigorous accreditation standards of the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation in the fall of 2017. CAEP’s rigorous, nationally recognized standards were developed to...

read more