Senior wins regional leadership award

Baker University student Chad Phillips was recently recognized with the J. Edward Zollinger Outstanding Senior Award at the Sigma Phi Epsilon Carlson Leadership Academy conference for the Midwest region in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. “I’m feeling very honored and humbled...
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Doctoral Student Wins National Research Award

OVERLAND PARK, Kansas – Baker University doctoral candidate Vincent Bowhay was recently named a 2016 NASPA Gender and Sexuality KC Scholar on behalf of the Gender and Sexuality Knowledge Community in NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education.  Bowhay...
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Austin, Windom named Teachers of Promise

In recognition of their accomplishments in the study of education, the School of Education has named Jesse Austin and Brittany Windom the 2017 spring Teachers of Promise. Each semester, two graduating Baker University students are selected to represent the program at...
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Baker launches second master’s in sports management cohort

Baker University announced this week it will launch its second Master of Science in Sports Management cohort on May 29. This cohort will be offered online. The master’s in sports management degree provides graduates a deep understanding of a rapidly changing sports...
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Exercise Science program becomes first fully accredited program in Kansas

The Baker University exercise science program recently earned accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org), making it the first fully accredited program in Kansas. Recommended for accreditation by the...
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Greek involvement earns Yarbrough Student Leader of the Month award

Senior Nick Yarbrough has earned Baker University’s Student Leader of the Month award for January based on his leadership skills as president of Delta Tau Delta fraternity and transparency with prospective students as a representative of the Office of Admissions. A...
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Scholarships to honor fallen soldier, benefit student veterans

For the second year in a row, Baker University has received a $5,000 gift from the Spencer C. Duncan “Make It Count” Foundation to benefit student veterans. The gift will take the form of 10 scholarships of $500 each awarded to veterans who are undergraduate students...
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Baker alums earn more than grads from other Kansas schools, DOE says

The Kansas City Business Journal published a College Scorecard on Monday, which was prepared by the U.S. Department of Education, stating that Baker University graduates earn higher salaries on average than graduates of other universities in Kansas. Ten years after...
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Baldwin City campus announces dean’s list for fall 2016

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...
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School of Nursing dean’s list announced for fall 2016

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...
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Senior wins regional leadership award

Baker University student Chad Phillips was recently recognized with the J. Edward Zollinger Outstanding Senior Award at the Sigma Phi Epsilon Carlson Leadership Academy conference for the Midwest region in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. “I’m feeling very honored and humbled...

read more

Doctoral Student Wins National Research Award

OVERLAND PARK, Kansas – Baker University doctoral candidate Vincent Bowhay was recently named a 2016 NASPA Gender and Sexuality KC Scholar on behalf of the Gender and Sexuality Knowledge Community in NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education.  Bowhay...

read more

Austin, Windom named Teachers of Promise

In recognition of their accomplishments in the study of education, the School of Education has named Jesse Austin and Brittany Windom the 2017 spring Teachers of Promise. Each semester, two graduating Baker University students are selected to represent the program at...

read more

Baker launches second master’s in sports management cohort

Baker University announced this week it will launch its second Master of Science in Sports Management cohort on May 29. This cohort will be offered online. The master’s in sports management degree provides graduates a deep understanding of a rapidly changing sports...

read more

Scholarships to honor fallen soldier, benefit student veterans

For the second year in a row, Baker University has received a $5,000 gift from the Spencer C. Duncan “Make It Count” Foundation to benefit student veterans. The gift will take the form of 10 scholarships of $500 each awarded to veterans who are undergraduate students...

read more

Baldwin City campus announces dean’s list for fall 2016

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...

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