Baldwin City, Kan. – Nearly 600 undergraduate, graduate and nursing students at Baker University received their degrees during commencement ceremonies Dec. 14-15 at the Collins Center.
Baker, the first university in Kansas, has been listed among the top schools in the midwest in the annual college rankings by U.S. News & World Report, and selected as a top school in the midwest by The Princeton Review.
The university serves nearly 3,300 students through the College of Arts and Sciences and School of Education undergraduate programs in Baldwin City; the School of Nursing in Topeka, Kan.; the School of Professional and Graduate Studies and School of Education in Overland Park, Kan.; Topeka, Kan.; and Wichita, Kan.; and Kansas City, Mo.; and Lee’s Summit, Mo.; and the School of Education at various locations in the area.
Timothy Conely, Associate of Arts in Business; Heidi Gilges, Master of Business Administration;
Samantha Brandt, Bachelor of Science, Psychology;  Alexa Clark, Bachelor of Science, Business, Accounting; John Cox, Master of Science in School Leadership; Christoper DeForest, Master of Science in Management; Brandi Houck, Bachelor of Science in Management,; Jennifer Hurst, Master of  Business Administration,; Jason Jennings, Bachelor of Business Administration; Charles (Wade) Land, Bachelor of Science in Management,; Hannah Miller, Bachelor of Science, Business; Patrick Riley, Master of Business Administration,;
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Jeanne Ainsworth, Master of Business Administration; Heather Haney, Associate of Arts in Business; Mary Larson, Master of Science in Special Education; William Schowalter, Bachelor of Arts, English, Secondary Education