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April 2011 Archive

Baker College of Auburn Hills Student Wins Postcard Competition

April 27, 2011

Jeanette Wummel, a digital media design program student at Baker College of Auburn Hills, was one of the winners of the Detroit chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) Wish You Were Here postcard competition. Wummel won for her depiction of the Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory. Located east of downtown Detroit on Belle Isle, it is the oldest conservatory in the nation. More»

Center for Graduate Studies Adds Master of Science Degree for Industrial/Organizational Psychology

April 25, 2011

Baker College Center for Graduate Studies officials announce the addition of a Master of Science in Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Psychology degree program beginning September 2011. The program will be offered online and is based on a practitioner-scholar model: the study of behavior in organizational and work settings and the application of the theories, methods, approaches and principles of psychology to individuals and groups in the workplace and other organizational settings. Psychology, the science of behavior, always references practical implications. A psychologist explores why people behave as they do and which internal or external conditions determine or stimulate behavior. I/O psychology practitioners focus on the same questions in relation to human behavior in the workplace. More»

Baker College of Flint Granted Approval for Nephrology Program

April 25, 2011

Baker College of Flint has received approval for its hemodialysis patient care technician certificate program from the Board of Nephrology Examiners and Nursing Technology (BONENT). Baker College of Flint is the only higher education institution in Michigan to offer a BONENT-approved program, and one of 12 in the United States. More»

Baker College of Auburn Hills Purchases Simulator for Nursing Education

April 25, 2011

Baker College of Auburn Hills has purchased METIman, a wireless simulator that includes extensive clinical features and capabilities, and is specifically designed for hands-on training and education of nursing students. More»

Baker College of Jackson Hosts 10th Annual Spring Tea Fundraiser

April 20, 2011

Baker College of Jackson will host the 10th annual Spring Tea fundraiser on Saturday, April 30, from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. in the student center, 2800 Springport Road. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Jackson Legacy program, a plan formulated by the Jackson Community Foundation to provide scholarships for qualifying Jackson County high school graduates. More»

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