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Commencement Ceremonies Schedule

Saturday, May 13

10:30 a.m. | Undergraduate Degrees

School of Professional & Graduate Studies.

10:30-1 p.m. | Commencement Brunch

Long Student Center. Friends and family can attend for a fee.

Adults: $8.25, Children 2-6: $4, Children under 2: free.

12:45 p.m. | Toast & Hooding Rehearsal for Ed.D. Degree Candidates

Holt-Russell Gallery before the School of Education Graduate Degree Ceremony.

1:30 p.m. | Master’s & Doctoral Degrees

School of Professional & Graduate Studies, School of Education.

Friday, May 19

5:30 p.m. | School of Nursing Pinning Ceremony

Grace Episcopal Cathedral, 701 SW Eighth Ave., Topeka. Family and friends invited to the pinning ceremony.

Sunday, May 21

10:45 a.m. | Baccalaureate Worship Service

Baldwin First Methodist Church at the corner of Eighth and Grove streets.

11-1 p.m. | Commencement Brunch

Long Student Center. Friends and family can attend for a fee.

Adults: $8.25, Children 2-6: $4, Children under 2: free.

1 p.m. | Undergraduate Degrees

College of the Arts & Sciences, School of Education, School of Nursing.

May 21 Commencement SpeakerTricia Stewart Shiu

Tricia Stewart Shiu, who earned a Bachelor of Arts from Baker in 1987, is a 34-time award-winning author, speaker, and intuitive expert. Her inspirational recordings have received 1.5 million streams and downloads internationally.

Iron Shinto, the third book in her Moa Series, which falls into the young adult, science fiction, mystical and adventure categories, has won numerous awards. It was named Best YA Novel at the DIY Book Festival and received an honorable mention in the London and New York Book Festivals in the YA category. Her latest novel, , the third book in her Moa Series, which falls into the young adult, science fiction, mystical and adventure categories, has won numerous awards. It was named Best YA Novel at the DIY Book Festival and received an honorable mention in the London and New York Book Festivals in the YA category. Her latest novel, Please Hold, includes a forward by Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins. , includes a forward by Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins. Iron Shinto, the third book in her Moa Series, which falls into the young adult, science fiction, mystical and adventure categories, has won numerous awards. It was named Best YA Novel at the DIY Book Festival and received an honorable mention in the London and New York Book Festivals in the YA category. Her latest novel, Please Hold, includes a forward by Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins.

Her lifelong curiosity about what makes people tick, combined with her obsession with intuition and all that it manifests, has led her to her most meaningful work yet—an awareness movement that supports and trains people in learning to receive messages and interpret and trust their intuition.

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