The Steckline Gallery at Newman University presents “Just Don’t Get Arrested” by Thomas Murillo, the fourth exhibit of the gallery’s 2010-2011 season. Murillo’s street art will be on display beginning… Continue reading Newman University Steckline Gallery presents ‘Just Don’t Get Arrested’ Nov. 26 – Dec. 22
The Newman University Jets men’s basketball team fell to the Wichita State University Shockers 80-62 in an exhibition game at Charles Koch Arena Wednesday, Nov. 10.
The Wichita Thunder invites area high school and college students, faculty and staff to Intrust Bank Arena for “College Fair Night” this Friday, Nov. 12, as the Thunder takes on… Continue reading Wichita Thunder offers discount tickets for ‘College Fair Night’
The Newman community mourns the passing of Clarissa Tenbrink, ASC, who passed away Nov. 7 at age 85.
Newman University will present Wit, a play written by Margaret Edson that offers a poignant and at times amusing look at how end-of-life care is dealt with as seen through the… Continue reading Newman University to stage production of Wit Nov. 18 – 20
The most recent issue of Newman’s Challenge Alumni Magazine has been released. The issue features a wealth of articles detailing the new Campus Master Plan, Cardinal Newman Week 2011, faculty… Continue reading Fall 2010 Challenge magazine released
The Gerber Institute for Catholic Studies at Newman University will host Timothy Kirk, Ph.D. speaking on the topic “Palliative Care for Serious Illness: Supporting the Reconciliation of a Fractured Self,” at 7… Continue reading Gerber Institute to present palliative care lecture by New York Professor Timothy Kirk Nov. 11
Newman University will present Wit at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 18-20, with a 2 p.m. matinee on Nov. 20. All shows will be in the Performance Hall inside the De Mattias Fine Arts… Continue reading Newman University will stage Wit Nov. 18 – 20
Barry Koch, Ph.D., assistant professor and field coordinator of the Newman University Social Work program in Colorado Springs, Colo., has received the “Hero of Mental Health Award” from Aspen Pointe,… Continue reading Newman Professor Barry Koch receives ‘Hero of Mental Health Award’
Newman University is now offering a Bachelor of Arts program in Sports Communication. The new major, which was introduced in the fall 2010 semester, blends business and communication courses to… Continue reading Newman University offers Bachelor of Arts in Sports Communication
The Gerber Institute for Catholic Studies at Newman University will host Timothy Kirk, Ph.D. speaking on the topic of Health Care Ethics at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 11 in… Continue reading Gerber Institute at Newman University to present Health Care Ethics lecture by New York Professor Timothy Kirk Nov. 11
The Newman University Music Department will present Franz Joseph Haydn’s Missa Sancti Nicolai, or Mass of St. Nicholas, at 3 p.m. on Oct. 24 in St. John’s Chapel on the… Continue reading Newman University to present Haydn’s Missa Sancti Nicolai Oct. 24
Nationally known columnist, author and political commentator E.J. Dionne, Jr. will visit Newman University to speak on health care reform at 7:30 p.m., Oct. 26. The event will take place… Continue reading Newman University, Gerber Institute for Catholic Studies host nationally known author and commentator E.J. Dionne Oct. 26
The Newman University Steckline Gallery will present “Wild Mustang Relocation – Flint Hills,” by Wichita photographer Ze Bernardinello as the third show of its 2010-2011 season. The exhibit, which begins… Continue reading Newman University Steckline Gallery presents ‘Wild Mustang’ photography exhibit Oct. 29 through Nov. 19
The Campus Ministry office at Newman University will present “Trial of the Shroud of Turin” at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 27, in the Dugan-Gorges Conference Center inside the Dugan Library… Continue reading Newman University to present ‘Trial of the Shroud of Turin’ Oct. 27
Newman University will host “Beyond Notre Dame’s Walls: Reading Great Books with the Homeless,” at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 14 in the Dugan-Gorges Conference Center on the Newman campus. The… Continue reading Newman to host Notre Dame Hesburgh Lecture ‘Reading Great Books with the Homeless’ on Oct. 14
The Boston Pilot reports on the upcoming beatification of John Henry Cardinal Newman and NU’s plans related to the event. Read the full story about how
The Newman University Steckline Gallery will present “Hipsters and Heroes: Kansas and the Beat Experience,” the second exhibition of the 2010-2011 season. The show is a collection of works by… Continue reading Newman University presents ‘Hipsters and Heroes Sept. 24 – Oct. 22
Representatives from Newman University and the Adorers of the Blood of Christ (ASC) will be among the throngs of people expected to attend the Sept. 19 beatification ceremony in Birmingham, England… Continue reading Newman University group to attend beatification of John Henry Cardinal Newman
Newman University is in the final phase of completing a new university mascot and has launched a contest to give the mascot a fitting name. The contest, which will award… Continue reading Newman University stages contest to name new mascot
Newman University will bring the sights and sounds of the French Quarter to life for its annual fundraising and social event with the “Party on the Plaza – New Orleans… Continue reading Newman University to stage ‘Party on the Plaza’ to benefit student scholarships
Online calculator helps military personnel, veterans estimate college costs Newman University was among only seven colleges and universities in the nation to begin offering a new, online financial aid calculator… Continue reading Newman University among first in nation to offer military calculator
Tickets for seating in the Performance Hall are sold out for the Sept. 13 lecture by Rwandan genocide survivor and New York Times best selling author Immaculée Ilibagiza, but overflow seating… Continue reading Overflow seating still available for appearance by Rwandan genocide survivor Immaculée Ilibagiza
Newman University in conjunction with Legatus – Wichita Chapter and The Gerber Institute for Catholic Studies will host a lecture by Rwandan genocide survivor and New York Times best selling… Continue reading Newman University presents Rwandan genocide survivor and best selling author Immaculée Ilibagiza Sept. 13
This fall, Newman University will offer a course entitled “Renaissance and Reformation,” which will explore the artistic, political and religious developments and revolutions of the Renaissance period in Europe as… Continue reading Newman University will offer ‘Renaissance and Reformation’ class for credit, audit or certification hours
The 2010-2011 academic year kicks off Saturday, Aug. 21 with the first day of fall 2010 semester classes. Newman University officials are anticipating a large enrollment as they make final… Continue reading Fall 2010 semester begins Aug. 21
Newman University and Butler Community College of El Dorado, Kan., have created an agreement that will offer a new dual-admissions program to students. This agreement will allow many Butler students with… Continue reading Agreement between Newman University and Butler Community College offers Butler students admission to Newman, potentially large scholarships
Newman University and Donnelly College of Kansas City, Kan., have created an agreement that will offer a new dual-admissions program to students. The agreement allows Donnelly students with a 2.0… Continue reading Dual-admissions agreement with Donnelly College offers students scholarship, ease of transfer to Newman University
Newman University’s Steckline Gallery will open its 2010-2011 season with “Desires are already memories,” by Monika Meler. The exhibit will begin with a Final Friday reception from 5 to 7… Continue reading Newman University Steckline Gallery opens new season Aug. 27 with ‘Desires are already memories’ by printmaker Monika Meler
A profile of Newman University was recently added to www.noows.de, a popular website in Berlin, Germany, that offers descriptions of colleges and universities as well as news, commentary and information… Continue reading Newman featured on German website
Newman University has launched a completely new website that is designed to be more interactive, dynamic and user-friendly. The site features a new look based on the university’s current recruitment… Continue reading Newman University new website more interactive, dynamic
Newman University and The Vagabond Players will present “The Miracle of Father Kapaun,” on Friday, Aug. 13 and Saturday, Aug. 14 in Performance Hall, inside the De Mattias Fine Arts… Continue reading ‘The Miracle of Father Kapaun’ to be presented on stage in August
Newman University will present a variety of speakers, celebrations and other activities of interest this fall. Look for more details coming soon on these events.
An article about Renee Kirmer, ASC celebrating the 5oth anniversary of her first profession as an Adorer of the Blood of Christ appeared in the July 5 Dodge City Daily Globe. Read the story here.
Five Newman University employees and one alumna recently made a commitment to support the Adorers of the Blood of Christ (ASC) through the ASC Associates program.
Newman University Professor of English Bryan Dietrich, Ph.D. recently received an award for poetry from Asimov’s Science Fiction magazine.
Newman University officials have announced the students on the Dean’s List for the spring semester of 2010. To qualify for this achievement, a student must complete 12 credit hours and… Continue reading Newman University students named to Dean’s List
The Newman University 2010 Commencement for spring and summer graduates was held Saturday, May 15 at Central Community Church, 6100 W. Maple. This year, a total of 315 students graduated,… Continue reading Newman University honors 2010 spring and summer graduates