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Baker College of Flint Hosts Robotic Camp for Area High School Students

September 17, 2009

Baker College of Flint recently invited area high school students to participate in its first-ever Robotics and Alternative Energies Camp. A total of 14 students from Fenton High School, Flushing High School, Lakeville High School and South Western Academy attended the 5-day event. More»

Baker College of Flint Hosts Community Open House for Center for Transportation Technology

August 24, 2009

Baker College of Flint is hosting a community open house to celebrate the completion of its new division, the Center for Transportation Technology. The event, open to the general public, is Wednesday, August 26, from 1 p.m. until 7 p.m., 1717 South Dort Highway, the former site of the Superior Pontiac-Cadillac dealership in Flint. More»

Baker College Names Gail Bullard Director of Health Services

August 21, 2009

Baker College officials have named Gail L. Bullard as Baker College System director of health sciences. She will oversee all programs related to direct patient care and patient information systems. More»

Baker College of Clinton Township Student Places 4th in National Design Competition

August 19, 2009

Erica Nowicki, an interior design student at Baker College of "Clinton Township":/campus/clinton-township/, placed 4th in the GE 2008 Dream Kitchen Best Student Charette Design contest. A national annual event sponsored by General Electric, the Baker senior won $2,500 for her original kitchen design. More»

Baker College of Cadillac Appoints Kelley as Dean of Health Sciences

August 14, 2009

Baker College of Cadillac has appointed Cynthia L. Kelley (Cindy) as dean of health sciences. She succeeds Gail Bullard, who has accepted a position as director of health sciences for the Baker College System. More»

Baker Online Programs Make “Best Buys” List

August 14, 2009

Several of the online programs offered by Baker College Online and Baker College Center for Graduate Studies have been named as a Top Ranked Best Buy. More»

Clinton Township Campus Builds New Facility to House New Auto Body Programs

August 03, 2009

Baker College of Clinton Township recently broke ground for a new facility to house its new auto body technician certificate and associate degree programs. The 13,253 square foot building, located on Baker’s technical campus at 34401 South Gratiot Ave., will be completed by September 28, the beginning of fall quarter classes. More»

Auburn Hills Nursing Graduates Achieve 100 Percent Pass Rate on National Exam

July 27, 2009

Auburn Hills officials report that 100 percent of the recent graduates of the practical nurse certificate program have passed the National Council Licensure Examination – Practical Nurse (NCLEX PN). The national pass rate average is 85.62 percent. More»

Flint Awards Ed Kurtz Scholarship to Lorie Goodale

July 27, 2009

Officials at Baker College of "Flint":/campus/flint/ have announced Lorie Goodale as the recipient of the 2009 Ed Kurtz Leadership Scholarship award. Goodale received a $2,500 scholarship that is awarded to a Baker student who demonstrates academic achievement and either a commitment to community service or a successful balance of work, family and school obligations. More»

Muskegon Students Earn Global Top 50 Ranking in Business Competition

July 23, 2009

Baker College of Muskegon students earned a Global Top 50 ranking for their company's Business Strategy Game (BSG) online performance. BSG is an online business simulation where teams of higher education students from around the world co-manage an athletic footwear company and compete in various international markets, including North America, Asia-Pacific, Latin America and Europe-Africa. Competing through wholesale, Internet and private-label marketing channels, the students made approximately 150 different business decisions each week throughout the competition. More»

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