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New assistant dean feels right at home at Baker

Katie Uhlenhake, EdD, ’19, was named assistant dean of the School of Education and School of Professional and Graduate Studies in May. She has held several positions at Baker University over the past eight years. In 2011, Uhlenhake served as an enrollment advisor for...

Have a seat: Outside for a Better Inside commissions art benches for Baker Wetlands

VanGo, an arts-based nonprofit social service organization in Lawrence, Kansas, unveiled the art benches created by this summer’s Benchmark participants last Friday evening. Two of the benches were commissioned by Outside for a Better Inside to be installed at the...

Baker University offers tuition discount to Truman Medical Centers employees

A partnership between Baker University and Truman Medical Centers provides TMC employees a 20 percent tuition discount

Gift of $1.25 million to continue biology program excellence

Donation of $1.25 million will fund new technology, student research and field equipment, and an endowed professorship.

Undergraduate researchers discover new species living in Kansas

Baker undergraduate students continue to discover new species of the microscopic organisms called tardigrades living in northeast Kansas.

Entrepreneur finds her creative fit after earning MBA

In 2011, Safiyyah Mills, MLA ’09, MBA ’14, was at a crossroads in her career. The school where she taught was closing. While she looked for a new job, she became more involved in her husband’s DJ business and realized she enjoyed business and had a talent for planning...

MSN: The perfect program at the right time

Sarah Luger, BSN ’13, MSN ’19, had always known she’d pursue an advanced degree. The question was When would she do it? “I knew I wanted to go back to school [when] graduating with my Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Baker,” she said. “I enjoy learning and...

Baker University partners with University of Kansas doctoral nursing programs

A partnership between Baker University School of Nursing and Kansas University School of Nursing aims to help ease the national nursing faculty shortage. The agreement allows graduates from Baker’s Master of Science in Nursing program to apply some of their MSN...

Moving from the military into a new career

After a demanding 22 years in the army, James Henry, BBL ’16, MBA ’18, was planning to retire from the military. He knew he would need more than just his army experience as he entered the civilian job market. He needed an education to be competitive, and decided to...

School of Nursing spring 2019 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 spring 2019 semester: Tori Agler, Topeka, KS; Alexandria Anderson, Abilene, KS; McKenzie Becker, McPherson, KS; William...

New assistant dean feels right at home at Baker

Katie Uhlenhake, EdD, ’19, was named assistant dean of the School of Education and School of Professional and Graduate Studies in May. She has held several positions at Baker University over the past eight years. In 2011, Uhlenhake served as an enrollment advisor for...

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Entrepreneur finds her creative fit after earning MBA

In 2011, Safiyyah Mills, MLA ’09, MBA ’14, was at a crossroads in her career. The school where she taught was closing. While she looked for a new job, she became more involved in her husband’s DJ business and realized she enjoyed business and had a talent for planning...

read more

MSN: The perfect program at the right time

Sarah Luger, BSN ’13, MSN ’19, had always known she’d pursue an advanced degree. The question was When would she do it? “I knew I wanted to go back to school [when] graduating with my Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Baker,” she said. “I enjoy learning and...

read more

Moving from the military into a new career

After a demanding 22 years in the army, James Henry, BBL ’16, MBA ’18, was planning to retire from the military. He knew he would need more than just his army experience as he entered the civilian job market. He needed an education to be competitive, and decided to...

read more

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