Baker University news

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.
Student center dedication, wedding vow renewal among Baker alumni weekend highlights
May 17, 2014
Among the 35 couples to gather Saturday for a wedding vow renewal ceremony outside Baker University’s Osborne Chapel was a pair months away from their 50th anniversary of tying the knot and another barely two weeks removed from their wedding day.
Baker University to dedicate new student center Saturday
May 15, 2014
ker University’s Board of Trustees will dedicate the Dr. Patricia (McCaslin) Long Student Center at noon Saturday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on the Baldwin City campus.
Father, daughter make Baker spring graduation a family affair
May 14, 2014
A father and daughter from Gardner are sharing in the joy of earning degrees from Baker University in this spring. Dave Drovetta, director of quality management and compliance for Physicians Reference Laboratory, earned a bachelor of business administration degree from the School of Professional and Graduate Studies. His ceremony was May 10. Teresa Drovetta, Dave’s youngest of four children, will receive a bachelor of science degree from the College of Arts and Sciences at 1 p.m., Sunday, May 18, at the Collins Center.
Baker online enrollment explodes under President Pat Long’s leadership
May 12, 2014
The presidents of large state universities are usually lucky to get to know even a small fraction of their many thousands of students. On the other side of things, Baker University President Patricia Long estimates she knows about 90 percent of the names of her students graduating this summer.
Baker campus minister notes positive changes in student body attitudes as he nears retirement
May 9, 2014
The Rev. Ira DeSpain will start a difficult two years beginning June 30. That’s the date DeSpain will relinquish the position he’s occupied since 1992 as Baker University campus minister. It also will be his last day as a full-time United Methodist Minister.
Baker University Orchestra to perform Beethoven tonight
May 7, 2014
The Baker University Orchestra under the direction of conductor Mark Pretzel will perform Beethoven’s Symphony No. 1 in C Major