Baker graduate is nominated for Kansas Teacher of the Year

Rhonda Wedel always knew she wanted to go back to school and earn her master’s degree. But juggling teaching duties and family responsibilities meant she needed a program that would work around her busy schedule. Enter Baker University’s Master of Arts in Education....

Dialogos to take place April 18

Baker University will host its annual celebration of student scholarship, Dialogos, from 8 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. on Wednesday, April 18, on its Baldwin City campus. “It is an experience like no other on campus as students gather with great pride to display, present, and...

Baker instructor’s work to be featured at Carnegie Hall

Eileen Bluestone Sherman is a jack-of-all-trades. The instructor at Baker’s School of Professional and Graduate Studies is a playwright, lyricist, children’s author, television writer, and theatre producer. This fall, she’ll be able to add another line to her...

Baker University announces $20 million ‘Forever Orange’ campaign

President Lynne Murray and the Baker University Board of Trustees are proud to announce the public launch of Forever Orange: The Campaign for Baker University to raise $20 million for scholarships, faculty excellence, student experiences, and capital projects. The...

Perseverance pays off

Michele Brownlee loves teaching. In the five years she’s spent as a kindergarten teacher at Pray-Woodman Elementary School in Maize, Kansas, she has affected the lives of hundreds of students. But as someone who loves a challenge and proudly tackles them head on, she...

Wermelskirchen: You can teach an old dog new tricks

After a 23-year hiatus from higher education, Chris Wermelskirchen took the leap and returned to school and earn an Associate of Arts in Business degree from Baker University School of Professional and Graduate Studies in 2009. That same year, his brother was...

Baldwin City Community Wellness Festival set for April 7

The 17th annual Community Wellness Festival is scheduled for 8:30 a.m.-11:30, Saturday, April 7, at the Collins Center on Baker University’s Baldwin City campus. Sponsored by the Baldwin City Recreation Commission and Baker University, the wellness festival begins...

College of Arts and Sciences Fall 2017 dean’s list announced

As the top-ranked private university in Kansas, according to U.S. News & World Report, Baker University prides itself on producing graduates who shape and change the workforce and the communities around them. Baker’s alumni network includes Fortune 500 CEOs, New York...

Baker School of Nursing Fall 2017 dean’s list announced

The following students were named to Baker University’s School of Nursing dean’s list for maintaining a 3.5 grade-point average or higher during the fall 2017 semester: Jessica R. Abendroth, Holton, Kansas; Alisa A. Becker, Lawrence, Kansas; Rhianna L. Becker, Topeka,...

Meier’s “O’Waters,” “Zirkel No. 1” on display at Baker University

Baker University’s Holt-Russell Gallery is hosting photographer Carsten Meier’s “O’Waters” exhibition March 1-31. An artist reception and talk will take place 5-7 p.m., March 29, at the Baker Wetlands Discovery Center in Lawrence, Kansas. Meier will also display and...

Baker graduate is nominated for Kansas Teacher of the Year

Rhonda Wedel always knew she wanted to go back to school and earn her master’s degree. But juggling teaching duties and family responsibilities meant she needed a program that would work around her busy schedule. Enter Baker University’s Master of Arts in Education....

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Dialogos to take place April 18

Baker University will host its annual celebration of student scholarship, Dialogos, from 8 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. on Wednesday, April 18, on its Baldwin City campus. “It is an experience like no other on campus as students gather with great pride to display, present, and...

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Baker instructor’s work to be featured at Carnegie Hall

Eileen Bluestone Sherman is a jack-of-all-trades. The instructor at Baker’s School of Professional and Graduate Studies is a playwright, lyricist, children’s author, television writer, and theatre producer. This fall, she’ll be able to add another line to her...

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Perseverance pays off

Michele Brownlee loves teaching. In the five years she’s spent as a kindergarten teacher at Pray-Woodman Elementary School in Maize, Kansas, she has affected the lives of hundreds of students. But as someone who loves a challenge and proudly tackles them head on, she...

read more

Wermelskirchen: You can teach an old dog new tricks

After a 23-year hiatus from higher education, Chris Wermelskirchen took the leap and returned to school and earn an Associate of Arts in Business degree from Baker University School of Professional and Graduate Studies in 2009. That same year, his brother was...

read more

Baldwin City Community Wellness Festival set for April 7

The 17th annual Community Wellness Festival is scheduled for 8:30 a.m.-11:30, Saturday, April 7, at the Collins Center on Baker University’s Baldwin City campus. Sponsored by the Baldwin City Recreation Commission and Baker University, the wellness festival begins...

read more

College of Arts and Sciences Fall 2017 dean’s list announced

As the top-ranked private university in Kansas, according to U.S. News & World Report, Baker University prides itself on producing graduates who shape and change the workforce and the communities around them. Baker’s alumni network includes Fortune 500 CEOs, New York...

read more

Baker School of Nursing Fall 2017 dean’s list announced

The following students were named to Baker University’s School of Nursing dean’s list for maintaining a 3.5 grade-point average or higher during the fall 2017 semester: Jessica R. Abendroth, Holton, Kansas; Alisa A. Becker, Lawrence, Kansas; Rhianna L. Becker, Topeka,...

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