August 26, 2010
Baker University news
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University founded 154 years ago
Interterm class to take 16-day trip to nation's capital
Pact makes transition easier for Coffeyville students
Jacobsen to be recognized for work with International Relations Council
Baker University’s fall commencement ceremonies will be Dec. 15and 16 at the George F. Collins Sports and Convention Center on the Baldwin City campus
Popular event moved to Rice Auditorium to accommodate larger crowd
The 15th annual Baker University Invitational Jazz Festival, featuring the Baker Jazz Ensemble, is this week in Baldwin City.
Donations encouraged to help with donation shortfall
Former Baker to among Wildcats inducted into the school's sports hall of fame during ceremonies Oct. 5.
Clash with undefeated Missouri Valley next for the Wildcats
New faculty to be recognized
After leading the Baker University volleyball team to a 2-2 finish at the Northwestern College Tournament over the weekend, the Wildcats Renata Dill was awarded the Heart of America Athletic Conference Libero of the Week award.
Linebacker, kicker help Wildcats prevail against Ottawa in battle of ranked teams
Baker University finished as the state’s best NAIA athletic program after fielding some of the nation’s most successful teams in the 2011-2012 academic year.
List honors those with 3.5 grade-point average or higher
Baker University will honor nearly 700 graduates with two commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 12, and two ceremonies on Sunday, May 20, at the Collins Cente
Ceremony to be May 19
This tentative list of graduates includes the names of students who submitted an application to graduate by the deadline to be included in the printed May 2012 commencement program:
February is Black History Month, and for Baker University’s Mungano that means it is one of the busiest times of the year.
Delma Kollar dies at 114
AUGUST 25 — First day of classes 30 — Comedian Greg Warren, 8 p.m., Rice Auditorium