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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 Times best-selling authors, and compassionate nurses who have benefitted from small classes, innovative instructors, and rigorous course work available to traditional and nontraditional students.

The following students represent the next class of high achievers from Baker University School of Nursing and have earned a place on the undergraduate dean’s list for maintaining a 3.5 grade point average or higher during the fall 2016 semester:

Christina N. Ballard, Lawrence, Kansas; Cody T. Barger, Lawrence, Kansas; Gabrielle F. Betsch, Olathe, Kansas; Rebecca S. Brown, Tecumseh, Kansas; Laura B. Bush, Topeka, Kansas; Brenna Cook, Leawood, Kansas; Jamie L. Crockett, Lawrence, Kansas; Rachel D. Dobbins, Kansas City, Missouri; Abbigail J. Eisenhut, Topeka, Kansas; Addison E. Ellis, Lawrence, Kansas; Jasmine M. Emerick, Topeka, Kansas; Regina M. Georgeson, Topeka, Kansas; Catherine E. Gronniger, Topeka, Kansas; Baleigh Haag, Lawrence, Kansas; Alexis D. Hartzog, Topeka, Kansas; Michelle M. Haug, Topeka, KS; Molly M. Hiett, Leawood, KS; Morgan L. Hofmeister, Topeka, Kansas; Cassidy M. Hulsing, Baileyville, Kansas; Lakisha F. Irwin, Raytown, Missouri; Kendra L. Jermark, Glen Elder, Kansas; Savannah L. Keller, Topeka, Kansas; Morgan Koelzer, Lawrence, Kansas; Amanda R. Lasswell, Topeka, Kansas; Sarah J. Ludwig-Eatmon, Topeka, Kansas; Kaitlin McAlister, Perry, Kansas; Ashley Mullins, Overland Park, Kansas; Riley Obetz, Manhattan, Kansas; Kristen N. Queen, Topeka, Kansas; Elizabeth Quitno, Lawrence, Kansas; Jacey R. Rottinghaus, Seneca, Kansas; Allison M. Russell, Topeka, Kansas; Grace M. Sexton, Abilene, Kansas; Bailey E. Snyder, Manhattan, Kansas; Hailey M. Stapleton, Topeka, Kansas; Madeline Thrasher, Leawood, Kansas; Corey M. True, Topeka, Kansas; Samantha L. Twenhafel, Nortonville, Kansas

Baker University’s School of Nursing operates in partnership with Stormont-Vail Health in Topeka, and offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees.

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