In order to honor Newman’s remote graduates, past Colorado Springs program leaders created a celebration ceremony, complete with pinning and hooding, held locally.
Jonah Wagner ‘19, ‘20 has been miraculously recovering after an automobile accident left him with a severe traumatic brain injury in 2021.
Newman University checked all the boxes for alumna Ashley (Myers) Howard ‘10.
In October 2022, Brian Fleeman ’03 was named president of the 900-member Kansas Association of Nurse Anesthetists (KANA).
Five alumnae gathered for a luncheon October 22 on the Newman campus more than 70 years after they graduated from the college.
Cindy Miles ’09 will discuss the importance of joining, leading and being an engaged member of nonprofit boards.
CPT Paige Puryear ‘16 was recently recognized during the Armed Forces CRNA (Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists) Appreciation Month.
Madeline (Alvarez) Schnieders ‘22 is helping Wichita rise and shine as producer for the KWCH 12 morning show.
2022 Spirit of Acuto recipient Sarah Forster ‘12 inspires her students to never stop learning and always be the best version of themselves.
The Sacred Heart Academy class of 1964 celebrated their 76th birthdays together during a luncheon reunion on June 11 at Newman University.
Jose Trejo, a 2022 Newman University graduate, has been named recipient of the 2022 Light The Way Youth Award by HumanKind Ministries.
Alumna Tina Valdez discovered newfound hope and strength to earn her master’s degree in social work after her son’s death.
The Newman University Colorado Springs outreach location recently honored graduates with a special pinning and hooding celebration.
TaTy’Terria Gary ‘21 is working as a fellow for Lead for Kansas where she is making a difference for her community.
We recently caught up with three Newman alumni in the radiologic technology field to discuss their careers and experiences.
Executive Director of Children’s First CEO Kansas Kathleen Webb ‘79 said her journey into the nonprofit world was all God’s idea.
Jacob and Natalia Birnbaum met at Newman University, where their journey as college athletes caused them to cross paths and eventually marry.
Kaitlyn Stallard ‘20 has been awarded the Diocese of Wichita 2022 St. Philippine Duchesne Outstanding New Teacher Award.
Jacob Wayman uses the skills he honed during his time in the Newman University MBA program in both his business and community service.
Newman University alumna Patricia Lujan is continuing her higher education journey by entering into a third degree program.
Christine Ostroski ‘86 is following her calling — helping individuals with special needs live out a life of faith and devotion.
Alumnus Joe Hanrahan talks about his love for theater and why he does what he does 50 years after discovering the craft.
Newman graduate Levi Nyitrai reflects on his education at Newman University and the skills gained that he carries with him today.
Wilma Moore-Black ‘92 said she feels honored to have been part of the newest Tallgrass Film Festival award honoring Gordon Parks.
Erin Schueller ’19 went from working as an ICU nurse to serving the ASC sisters at the Wichita center as a registered nurse.
Jaimie Fager ‘14 plans to open her own family medical practice with colleague Doctor Robert Roeser in Andover, Kansas.
Susanne Stevenson ‘19 was recently named Kansas Teacher of the Year by the Kansas State Department of Education (KSDE).
Cindy Rich ’68 talks about her life leading up to her dream job as librarian
Lawrence Poland graduated from Newman University with a business management degree in 1989 but is no stranger to roles in leadership.
Brigadier General Shawn Campbell ‘95 never imagined he’d be launching a new military branch when he joined the Air Force nearly 30 years ago.
Two Newman University occupational therapy (OT) program alumni, Leanne Bath ‘15 and Michael Reynolds ‘01, recently aided in helping a Wichita woman learn how to use her new prosthetic arm.
Newman University alumna Johanna Foreshee ‘69 retired from a 50-year career in education while being honored as an inductee into the Kansas Teachers’ Hall of Fame class of 2021.
The Newman University Colorado Springs Master of Social Work (MSW) program celebrated its 2021 graduates during a May 15 hooding ceremony. The Colorado Springs outreach location started in 2005 and… Continue reading MSW program celebrates Colorado Springs graduates
Alumna Courtney Klaus ‘20 was recently named Best Oralist after she and her classmate took first place in the Notre Dame 1L Moot Court Tournament. Klaus graduated from Newman with… Continue reading Alumna Courtney Klaus wins Moot Court tournament
Newman University Athletics celebrated its baseball program creator, Paul Sanagorski, on Saturday, April 24, during a special ceremony and reunion. Newman University president Kathleen S. Jagger, Ph.D., and Director of… Continue reading Alumni gather to honor Paul Sanagorski
Newman University celebrated its annual Alumni Award recipients in a virtual ceremony, which took place at 7:30 p.m. April 15 via the university’s Facebook and YouTube pages. The 2021 winners were originally… Continue reading Alumni recognized in virtual ceremony
Rashed Chowdhury ‘07 has realized many goals in his life — two of his most recent, starting his own company and authoring a book. “Building a Salesforce-Powered Front Office: A… Continue reading Alumnus realizes ‘American dream’
Newman University is excited to celebrate its annual Alumni Award recipients with a virtual ceremony at 7 p.m. April 15 via the university’s Facebook page. The 2021 winners were originally… Continue reading Newman University to celebrate Alumni Award winners virtually
Beverly Knighten ‘97, ‘01 said her calling to help others came at a very early age during a visit she and her grandmother made to a relative’s house. The relative… Continue reading Thriving in the social work field
Above photo: Anthony Harvey poses with his Newman teammates and father after graduating from the Lawrence Police Department Basic Recruit Academy. “If you want to see change, you have to… Continue reading Anthony Harvey ’20 is aspiring to be the change