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Baker inducts two into Faculty Hall of Fame

Dr. Peggy Harris and Prof. Kay Osinski are the newest members of Baker University’s Faculty Hall of Fame.

Three Greek leaders receive Order of Omega scholarships

Three Baker University Greek members were recognized for their leadership, academics, and service to the campus and local community.  Hannah Greer and Michelle Henry, both members of Alpha Chi Omega, and Jack Mills, member of Sigma Phi Epsilon, recently received Order...

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...

Baker University’s Four-Year Guarantee helps students stay on track to graduate in four years or remaining courses are free!

Baker University, the first university in Kansas, introduces the Four-Year Guarantee program to help incoming freshman meet the requirements to graduate in four years or the remaining required courses are free.

Baker named a Military Friendly School for 2019-2020

Baker University constantly strives to provide veterans and their spouses with educational opportunities that fit their schedule and build on their experiences. Those efforts were recently acknowledged when Baker was named as a Top Military Friendly​​ School for...

“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

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...

Duddy, Bradley named Harter Scholarship recipients

Baker University has selected Grace Duddy of Kansas City, Missouri, and Craigon Bradley of Hollister, Missouri, as recipients of the 2019 Harter Scholarships, the university’s most prestigious academic award.

Fall 2018 dean’s list announced

The following students of the Baker University College of Arts and Sciences and School of Education undergraduate programs have been honored for their academic success.

Baker’s School of Nursing fall 2018 dean’s list announced

The following students were named to Baker University’s School of Nursing dean’s list

Three Greek leaders receive Order of Omega scholarships

Three Baker University Greek members were recognized for their leadership, academics, and service to the campus and local community.  Hannah Greer and Michelle Henry, both members of Alpha Chi Omega, and Jack Mills, member of Sigma Phi Epsilon, recently received Order...

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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...

read more

Baker named a Military Friendly School for 2019-2020

Baker University constantly strives to provide veterans and their spouses with educational opportunities that fit their schedule and build on their experiences. Those efforts were recently acknowledged when Baker was named as a Top Military Friendly​​ School for...

read more

“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...

read more

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...

read more

Fall 2018 dean’s list announced

The following students of the Baker University College of Arts and Sciences and School of Education undergraduate programs have been honored for their academic success.

read more

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