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 2017 semester:

Rebecca Brown, Tecumseh, Kansas; Melissa Cushing, Topeka, Kansas; Savannah Diegel, Topeka, Kansas; Paige Divine, Manhattan, Kansas; Rachel Dobbins, Kansas City, Missouri; Addison Ellis, Lawrence, Kansas; Catherine Gronniger, Topeka, Kansas; Baleigh Haag, Lawrence, Kansas; Michelle Haug, Topeka, Kansas; Ryan Henke, Lawrence, Kansas; Lanaya Henry, Lawrence, Kansas; Molly Hiett, Leawood, Kansas; Morgan Hofmeister, Topeka, Kansas; Angela Honer, Shawnee, Kansas; Cassidy Hulsing, Baileyville, Kansas; Lakisha Irwin, Raytown, Missouri; Morgan Koelzer, Lawrence, Kansas; Amanda Lasswell, Topeka, Kansas; Sarah Ludwig-Eatmon, Topeka, Kansas; Samantha Max, Manhattan, Kansas; Kaitlin McAlister, Perry, Kansas; Jennifer Ng, Topeka, Kansas; Riley Obetz, Overland Park, Kansas; Jacey Rottinghaus, Seneca, Kansas; Grace Sexton, Abilene, Kansas; Ashley Smith, Overland Park, Kansas; Lidia Strecker, Lawrence, Kansas; Corey True, Beloit, Kansas; Samantha Twenhafel, Nortonville, Kansas; Lindsey Unrein, Shawnee, Kansas; Allyson Yockey, Olathe, Kansas.

The School of Nursing, which Baker operates in partnership with Stormont Vail Health in Topeka, offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Master of Science in Nursing.