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Newman University honors nursing degree candidates

Newman University recognized 20 candidates for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at the annual Nurses’ Pinning ceremony held Dec. 13 on the Newman campus. Continue reading

Newman University Occupational Therapy students receive pins

Students in the Newman University Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) program were recognized at a pinning ceremony May 12 on the Newman campus. The ceremony honors the completion of coursework and the beginning of two professional internships for students in the program. Upon completion of the internships, students prepare for a December 2012 graduation.

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Dodge City area residents earn education degrees from Newman University

A total of 24 residents of Dodge City and other western Kansas communities were recently awarded degrees from Newman University. The students completed their requirements for graduation in December 2011. Fourteen area residents earned bachelor of science degrees in Elementary Education, while 10 earned master of science degrees in Education.

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Today’s Visitors

NU welcomes our new visitors on campus today!

Tiffani Ohmer, Center Place Restoration High School senior, Independence, Mo., sonography;
Adam Smith, Barton County Community College transfer, Great Bend, Kan., deciding;
Adam Geisick, Barton County Community College transfer, Great Bend, Kan., deciding;
Angela Pratt, Wichita State University transfer, Wichita, Kan., occupational therapy assistant;
Ioanna Rodriguez, Wichita State University transfer, Wichita, Kan., business;
Curtis Bolden, Field Kindley Memorial High School senior, Coffeyville, Kan., pre-engineering;
Leandra Grana-Wuensch, Calvary Academy High School senior, Wichita, Kan., paralegal;
Theresa Maske, Sinclair Community College transfer, Wichita, Kan., biology

Newman University Western Kansas Center to offer early childhood education degree

Open House set for April 12

Western Kansas residents who wish to earn a teaching degree or build on an existing elementary education degree will now have the ability to do so without leaving their hometowns, thanks to a new early childhood education degree program to be offered by the Newman University Western Kansas Center.

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Today’s Visitors

NU welcomes today Saxton Taylor, Center High School sophomore, Kansas City, Mo.; Jennifer Moore,  Northwest High School senior, Wichita, Kan., biology;  Andrea Lakous, Wichita State University transfer, Wichita, Kan., nursing; Rubi Torres, Great Bend High School senior, Great Bend, Kan., nursing; Kristen Reed, Butler Community College transfer, Wichita, Kan., nursing;  Meredith Thunberg, Wichita State University transfer, Wichita, Kan., nursing; Ally Eckert, Lansing High School senior, Leavenworth, Kan., pre-law; Roberto Sanchez, Booker T. Washington High School senior, Tulsa, Okla., business; Christian Dye, Los Angeles Center High School senior, Westchester, Calif., and Holly Anderson, Bethany College transfer, Lindsborg, Kan., nursing.

Today’s Visitors

NU welcomes a crowd today! Welcome Nick Lockwood, Mulvane High School senior, Mulvane, Kan., biology; Elly Adamson, Cowley County Community College transfer, Arkansas City, Kan., nursing; Sarah Massod, Southeast High School Senior, Wichita, Kan., biology; Jeremy Shear, Campus High School senior, Wichita, Kan., education; Rubi Torez, Great Bend High School senior, Great Bend, Kan., nursing; Aaron Sullivan, Great Bend High School senior, Great Bend, Kan., Will Marsh, East High School senior, Wichita, Kan., chemistry; Shannon Alstedt, Newton High School senior, Newton, Kan., graphic design; Austin Lettue, Newton High School senior, Newton, Kan., Emily May, homeschooled senior, Wichita, Kan., biology; Lacey Tipton, Arkansas City High School senior, Arkansas City, Kan., radiologic technology; Chelsea Weathers, Cowley County Community College, Geuda Springs, Kan., radiologic technology; Jo Mauk, returning adult transfer, Hutchinson, Kan., nursing; and Shamika McClure, Cowley County Community College transfer, Wellington, Kan., business studies.