Convocation 2018

Students gathered in Rice Auditorium on Tuesday, Sept. 11, to celebrate the start of the 2018-19 academic year.

Baker offers comprehensive digital academic support at SPGS

Baker University announces its unique partnership with Pearson Education, one of the nation’s largest publishing companies, to provide students at the School of Professional and Graduate Studies access to an exclusive, digital environment for eBooks, online tutoring,...

Commitment to Compassion

Pozez Auditorium at the Baker University School of Nursing, in Topeka, Kansas, was bustling on Tuesday, Aug. 14. Florence Nightingale’s portrait and lantern were on display next to neat rows of pins. Students and their families chatted and determined the best seats...

Taking on new roles, together

Nicole Robles was content with her role as a teacher and didn’t have plans to change her career trajectory. Then a flyer in the staff lounge piqued her interest. “I really had no intention of going back to school to earn my master’s degree until I saw a flyer...

Dr. Darcy Russell receives national award from Zeta Tau Alpha

Dr. Darcy L. Russell, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas, received the Louise Kettler Helper Memorial Award June 29, at Zeta Tau Alpha’s biennial convention in Orlando, Florida. Zeta Tau Alpha’s National Council...

Returning to school for family and future

Timothy Livingston wasn’t ready for college when he first enrolled 20 years ago. But now, as a parent of three and general manager of network operations at Kansas City Southern Railway, he’s six months into completing his Bachelor of Business Management degree. “The...

Josh Doak Selected for SERVE Academy

Doak was selected to participate in a 2018-19 regional cohort of the Supporting, Expanding and Recruiting Volunteer Excellence Academy conducted by NASPA, Student Affairs Professionals in Higher Education.

Baker ranked a best college for older students

A mother of three. A son repaying his father’s sacrifice. A district manager becoming a lifelong learner. A woman’s career dream realized. The college landscape has changed, and so have Baker’s students. Not everyone starts college right after high school. Many choose...

Professor’s passion for teaching strengthens Ed.D. program

Sally Winship, professor in the School of Education, enjoyed a long and diverse career in higher education before landing at Baker University. She’s served university and community college settings as a faculty member, program director, dean, and currently holds vice...

Family Legacy at Baker

On May 20, Collins Gym was filled with people waiting to watch the graduates walk across Baker’s commencement stage. Parents vied for the best view, alumni chatted with one another, and the soon-to-be graduates eagerly waited backstage. Amid the bustling crowd and...

Convocation 2018

Students gathered in Rice Auditorium on Tuesday, Sept. 11, to celebrate the start of the 2018-19 academic year.

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Baker offers comprehensive digital academic support at SPGS

Baker University announces its unique partnership with Pearson Education, one of the nation’s largest publishing companies, to provide students at the School of Professional and Graduate Studies access to an exclusive, digital environment for eBooks, online tutoring,...

read more

Commitment to Compassion

Pozez Auditorium at the Baker University School of Nursing, in Topeka, Kansas, was bustling on Tuesday, Aug. 14. Florence Nightingale’s portrait and lantern were on display next to neat rows of pins. Students and their families chatted and determined the best seats...

read more

Taking on new roles, together

Nicole Robles was content with her role as a teacher and didn’t have plans to change her career trajectory. Then a flyer in the staff lounge piqued her interest. “I really had no intention of going back to school to earn my master’s degree until I saw a flyer...

read more

Dr. Darcy Russell receives national award from Zeta Tau Alpha

Dr. Darcy L. Russell, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas, received the Louise Kettler Helper Memorial Award June 29, at Zeta Tau Alpha’s biennial convention in Orlando, Florida. Zeta Tau Alpha’s National Council...

read more

Returning to school for family and future

Timothy Livingston wasn’t ready for college when he first enrolled 20 years ago. But now, as a parent of three and general manager of network operations at Kansas City Southern Railway, he’s six months into completing his Bachelor of Business Management degree. “The...

read more

Josh Doak Selected for SERVE Academy

Doak was selected to participate in a 2018-19 regional cohort of the Supporting, Expanding and Recruiting Volunteer Excellence Academy conducted by NASPA, Student Affairs Professionals in Higher Education.

read more

Baker ranked a best college for older students

A mother of three. A son repaying his father’s sacrifice. A district manager becoming a lifelong learner. A woman’s career dream realized. The college landscape has changed, and so have Baker’s students. Not everyone starts college right after high school. Many choose...

read more

Professor’s passion for teaching strengthens Ed.D. program

Sally Winship, professor in the School of Education, enjoyed a long and diverse career in higher education before landing at Baker University. She’s served university and community college settings as a faculty member, program director, dean, and currently holds vice...

read more