Baker University news

Baker student union interior renovations complete, patio work continues
August 26, 2014
New light-filled Pat Long Student Activities Center with Starbucks, Jamba Juice and high-tech study rooms completed in Harter Union
Baker mass media professor receives distinguished teaching award
August 22, 2014
Before becoming a professor in 2005 at Baker University, Joe Watson worked 15 years in television news and four years in public relations.
Murray proud to be Baker’s 29th president
August 21, 2014
Ever since she participated in grade-school oratorical contests, Lynne Murray has been comfortable in front of a crowd. An essay contest sponsored by the local American Legion in Ridge, Md., piqued Murray’s interest as a second-grader. She entered and placed first for her entry in “What America Means to Me” and received a government bond. Since that moment, Murray savors those times when she can speak before a crowd.
Baker Community Choir accepting members, starting rehearsals
August 14, 2014
Baldwin City residents are again invited to join the Baker University Community Choir under the direction of Cathy Crispino, Baker interim director of choir activities.
Baker recognized as ‘hidden gem’
August 13, 2014
Colleges of Distinction, a guidebook highlighting four-year colleges and universities that are considered “hidden gems,” has recognized Baker University in its 2014-2015 publication.
Quayle collection to occupy Baker librarian’s time for next month
July 30, 2014
When asked to name her favorite item in Baker University’s prized Quayle Bible Collection, Kay Bradt qualifies her answer with the that acknowledgement it changes regularly as she researches and studies the collection. There’s a lot for the Baker University director of library services to choose from in the collection housed in the Spencer Wing of Baker’s Collins Library.
Face to Face: Baker University campus minister Kevin Hopkins
July 28, 2014
Face to Face is a weekly feature highlighting those who live or work in Baldwin City. Each week the Signal will pick one person to highlight in the community. This week we meet Baker University’s new campus minister Kevin Hopkins
Broadway at Baker brings 55 young performers to Baldwin City campus
July 23, 2014
As she caught her breath Monday after an hourlong rehearsal of a dance routine, Hannah Parks explained why she decided to attend the Broadway at Baker musical theater camp. “I think it’s a really fun opportunity to get close to people who like singing and acting and a way to meet people with careers in musical theater,” she said.
Baker’s online MLA program recognized as one of nation’s best
July 22, 2014
Like many other busy adults, Cheryl McCrary was concerned her full life would further delay her goal of earning a master’s degree.
Face to Face: Steve Rottinghaus
July 14, 2014
Face to Face is a weekly feature highlighting those who live or work in Baldwin City. Each week the Signal will pick one person to highlight in the community. This week we meet Baker University director of public relations Steve Rottinghaus.
Baker musical theater campers to bring classic musical to Baldwin City on Sunday
July 11, 2014
Crazy for You’ to be performed a 2:30 p.m. Sunday at Rice Auditorium
Baker’s new president settles in with long days
July 11, 2014
As she had lunch Friday with members of the media, Lynne Murray recalled sailing and swimming in the Chesapeake Bay during her undergraduate days at St. Mary’s College of Maryland.
Three Baker ballplayers earn scholar-athlete honor
May 29, 2014
LEWISTON, Idaho – Three Baker University athletes were named 2014 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete.
Hannon to stay on 1 more year as Baker baseball coach
May 28, 2014
Baker University Director of Athletics Theresa Yetmar announced today that the university has put the head baseball coach search on hold for one year. Current head coach Phil Hannon has agreed to take on the coaching role for one more year while also serving as part-time assistant director of development.
Baker bids goodbye to Class of 2014 and longtime president
May 18, 2014
Near the start of Sunday’s commencement for Baker University’s 148th graduating class, senior class president Nancy Delgado said more than 154 undergraduates in the university’s schools of nursing and arts and science were graduating at the ceremony.

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