Eighteen students from 15 different high schools in Kansas gathered with science professors, administrators, and parents at a recent luncheon to celebrate the students’ completion of the Newman University Investigative Summer Science Program (ISSP). The program, now in its 23rd year, is designed to give students a taste of college-level research and explore the benefits of careers in the sciences.
Newman University recognized 24 candidates for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at the annual Nurses’ Pinning ceremony held May 11, 2012 on the Newman campus.
Twenty-two students from 17 different high schools are on the Newman campus this week and next to get a taste of college-level research and explore the benefits of careers in the sciences, at the 22nd annual Newman University Investigative Summer Science Program (ISSP).
Newman University recognized 18 candidates for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at the annual Nurses’ Pinning ceremony held Dec. 10.
Big day for visitors to NU! Welcome Amber Frazier, Cowley County Community College transfer, Mulvane, Kan., occupational therapy assistant; Benjamin Snider, Homeschooled senior, Andover, Kan., business; Sarah Masood, Southeast High School senior, Wichita, Kan., biology; Emmert Avery, Maize South High School senior, Maize, Kan.; Wanvaree Jackson, Cowley County Community College transfer, Wichita, Kan., nursing; Jessica Bosarge, Derby High School senior, Derby, Kan., radiologic technology; Tanner Nelson, Mission College Preparatory junior, San Luis Obispo, Calif., criminal justice; Annette Troutman, transfer, Wellington, Kan., counseling; and Shannon Reimer, Butler Community College transfer, Wichita, Kan., psychology.
NU welcomes to campus today Brandy Simon, Butler Community College Transfer, Wichita, Ks.; Jessica Figueroa, Cowley County Community College Transfer, Maize, Ks., nursing; Cassie Atencio, Wichita State University Transfer, Wichita, Ks., elementary education; Casey Denton, Cowley County Community College Transfer, Wichita, Ks.; and Christal Kliewer, Wichita, Ks., counseling.
NU welcomes Katie Biggerstaff, returning adult, Arkansas City, Ks., interdisciplinary studies; Jacob Spurill, Northwest High School Senior 2011, Wichita, Ks.; Bailey Davis, Wichita State University transfer, Goddard, Ks., nursing; John Sorenson , Southeast Community College transfer, Omaha, Neb. biology; and Justin Horn, 2010 high school graduate, Maize, Ks.