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Baker College Students Win NKBA Outstanding Student Award

August 09, 2010

Their attention to detail and pursuit of excellence in their work and studies make them the perfect choice for this year’s award

Auburn Hills
Alison Palmer, an interior design student at Baker College of Auburn Hills, won an Outstanding Student Award from the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA). Each NKBA-accredited college selects a candidate, and NKBA recognizes the top kitchen and bath design students with a $100 scholarship.

Palmer, a Macomb Township resident, is working toward a bachelor’s degree in interior design. She currently carries a 4.0 grade point average (GPA), successfully interned at Extraordinary Works in the Michigan Design Center, and is working part time for a design firm, where she creates color renderings of completed design projects.

Clinton Township
Stacey Burnick, an interior design student at Baker College of Clinton Township, won an Outstanding Student Award from the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA). Each NKBA-accredited college selects a candidate, and NKBA recognizes the top kitchen and bath design students with a $100 scholarship.

Burnick, a Warren resident, recently graduated from Baker College of Clinton Township with a bachelor of interior design degree. She also earned an associate degree in interior design and a certificate in kitchen and bath design, also from Baker’s Clinton Township campus. Earlier this year, Burnick and another Baker student (Shannon Wolf), selected to participate in a fundraiser for the Junior League of Detroit, designed a bathroom for the Designer Show House.

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