Next week, Newman University students will take a much deserved break from classes. Spring Break runs March 14-18. Mass, confessions and adoration will not be held in St. John’s Chapel during Spring… Continue reading Spring Break runs March 14-18
Newman University Campus Ministry is hosting its annual Prayer Breakfast 7:30-8:45 a.m. Thursday, March 31, serving up fruit, scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy and hash browns with coffee and orange juice.… Continue reading Annual Prayer Breakfast 2016
Michael Austin, Ph.D., provost and vice president of Academic Affairs, has accepted an offer to become the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs at the University of Evansville in Evansville,… Continue reading Provost, Vice President of Academic Affairs leaving NU for Evansville
The fourth Newman University Mission Talk of the 2015-16 academic year concerned “India and ASC Ministry to the Disadvantaged.” Professor of Business Vicki Bergkamp, ASC, one of several speakers who have… Continue reading Sisters, student discuss India and ASCs during Mission Talk
On Saturday, Feb. 27, Newman University presented awards and honors to six outstanding alumni.
Vicki Bergkamp, ASC, will present a Mission Talk: “India and ASC Ministry to the Disadvantaged,” from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, March 2 in the Roths Alumni Center in the Dugan Library… Continue reading ‘India and ASC Ministry to the Disadvantaged’ focus of next Mission Talk
As part of Heritage Month, Sonja Bontrager, associate professor of Spanish at Newman University, presented a Mission Talk on “The ASC’s Mission and the Guatemala Study and Serve” Wednesday, Feb. 17. She… Continue reading Guatemala Study and Serve program is focus of Mission Talk
Terri Houston, diversity expert from the Center for Leadership Development, Inc., spoke on the Newman University campus Wednesday, Feb. 11, as part of the 2015-16 LEAD Series. “The LEAD Series is… Continue reading Houston starts diversity conversation during LEAD Series
Newman University journalism student and softball player Delaney Hiegert recently completed an internship with the Wichita Eagle. An article she wrote about “social pets” was recently picked up by the… Continue reading Journalism student Delaney Hiegert’s article goes international
Newman University will host the 24-Hour Theatre Project Feb. 19-20 as part of its Heritage Month celebration. According to Mark Mannette, associate professor of theatre and director of the Theatre… Continue reading 24-Hour Theatre Project a ‘high-adrenaline theatrical experience’
The Wichita Eagle featured the Newman University Facing Forward campaign and the Bishop Gerber Science Center in its Sunday, Feb. 7 edition. Newman alum and Wichita Eagle reporter Matt Riedl ’15… Continue reading Wichita Eagle features Bishop Gerber Science Center
Newman alumna Melissa Grelinger ’82 shared her memories as a student at Kansas Newman College, now Newman University, at the Facing Forward announcement event Saturday, Feb. 6. Grelinger, who with her husband… Continue reading Alumna shares Newman University compelling story
Newman University honored the Most Rev. Eugene J. Gerber, Bishop Emeritus of the Diocese of Wichita, at its ‘Facing Forward‘ announcement event Saturday, Feb. 6.
Every year, Newman University faculty and staff enjoy a special get-together with the Adorers of the Blood of Christ, the sponsoring order of the university. This year, the sisters and the… Continue reading ASC hosts Mardi Gras for Newman University faculty and staff
Heritage Month began today, Feb. 4, with Mass celebrating the feast day of St. Maria De Mattias, the foundress of the Adorers of the Blood of Christ (ASC), the founders… Continue reading Heritage Month begins with Mass for St. Maria De Mattias
In the spring 2016 semester, The Newman University graduate program in Theology will begin a new partnership with the Office of Faith Formation for the Catholic Diocese of Wichita. According to Joshua… Continue reading Theology program introduces partnership, new courses
Newman University senior Brandi Boese and junior Diana Stanley have returned from a six-week study abroad with the Bangalore chapter of the Adorers of the Blood of Christ in India.
Vicki Bergkamp, ASC, returned to Newman University in the spring of 2013 after a 10-year absence, but her role as a professor and an advisor go back to 1979.
Jeff Lovgren and Heidi Coble have joined the Jets as coaches for the Newman University new triathlon program, which is set to start in the fall of this year. The decision to start… Continue reading Triathlon coaches hired, preparing program
The Gerber Institute for Catholic Studies at Newman University welcomes speaker and singer Sean Forrest for a presentation of his powerful witness. Forrest speaks on campus at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Jan.… Continue reading Sean Forrest comes to Newman University
The University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita has announced that Tarcisia Roths, ASC, is the 2016 Sweet Humanitarian of the Year award recipient for her devotion to the community and… Continue reading Tarcisia Roths, ASC, to receive humanitarian award
Former baseball coach and Newman University legend Paul Sanagorski will join the Wichita Wingnuts as their third hitting coach since the team launched in 2008. Sanagorski came to Newman University… Continue reading Former baseball coach joins Wichita Wingnuts
Director of Residence Life Lucas Mullin was recently featured in a publication by NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education as the Kansas Membership Coordinator for the organization. In… Continue reading Director of Residence Life featured in NASPA
Newman University was recently ranked tenth in the nation for its online nursing program by Affordable Colleges Online, adding another recognition to the university’s already touted nursing programs. “We made sure… Continue reading Newman University ranked No. 10 for online nursing program
Newman University earns its eighth Heartland Conference GPA title with 148 student-athletes being named to the conference honor roll – more than 50 percent of the student-athletes enrolled during the Fall 2015… Continue reading Newman University puts 148 on Heartland Academic Honor Roll
Newman University Athletics Hall of Fame inductee (2013) Chris Clawson left his mark on the baseball record book in his three seasons at Newman University (1982-1984). Now, he’s leaving his… Continue reading Newman University Hall of Fame inductee’s future in fitness
The Newman University community has experienced acts of incredible faith, feelings of extreme joy and the sorrow of tragic loss this year. Take a look back at our Year in… Continue reading Year in Review: 2015 at Newman University
Fugate Enterprises has made a $2 million gift to Newman University to support its science, nursing, and allied health professions programs and students.
Newman University sponsored a Salvation Army Angel Tree for the Newman community to help make Christmas special for families in need. For more than 25 years, Newman faculty, staff and students have… Continue reading Faculty, staff, students volunteer with Salvation Army
More than 40 high school guidance counselors from across Kansas joined members of the Newman University Admissions Department for breakfast Dec. 4 to learn more about the university and its… Continue reading Annual breakfast informs high school counselors about Newman University
Students Ashley Hare, Rikkie Hemmert, Alyssa Keimig and Angela Walker began preparing for Scholars Day at the beginning of the semester. “We started talking about it the first week of school in… Continue reading Preparation, research, passion guide students’ Scholars Day project
On the eve of finals, the Campus Activities Board hosted approximately 225 Newman University students for Breakfast and Bingo Sunday, Dec. 6. “Breakfast and Bingo is a signature Campus Activities Board… Continue reading Students relax before finals with ‘Breakfast and Bingo’
The Newman University Music Department presented its annual Christmas concert to a sold out Performance Hall on Sunday, Dec. 6, 2015, kicking off the season with traditional carols, contemporary songs and… Continue reading Christmas concert sells out at Newman University
Foley Equipment, Star Lumber and Dondlinger Construction have received honors from the Wichita Business Journal by being selected for its first Family Business Awards. Foley Equipment: Legacy Award, 75 years Star Lumber:… Continue reading Three businesses with ties to Newman receive honors
Newman University School of Social Work students and alumni gathered for the Student Association of Social Work’s first holiday social Wednesday, Dec. 2. Special guest and alumna Erika Walker spoke… Continue reading Social Work alumna speaks to students and alumni at MSW social
Students Brandi Boese, senior, and Diana Stanley, junior, traveled to India last week on Newman University’s first ambassador trip to the Bangalore Chapter of the Adorers of the Blood of… Continue reading Boese blogs about India experience with Bangalore ASC
All week, students, faculty and staff have enjoyed food and festivities with Newman University “Holly Days.” Organized by the Division of Student Life, “Holly Days” celebrates the season, with departments… Continue reading Newman University continues ‘Holly Days’ with #nuhollydays
Newman University freshmen provided first aid kits to the Guadalupe Clinic as part of a class service project. The University of Kansas School of Medicine’s student-run JayDoc clinic works with Guadalupe… Continue reading Freshmen make first aid kits for Guadalupe Clinic
The Wichita Community Foundation engaged Reach Advisors, a New York-based research firm founded by Wichita native James Chung, to determine what Wichita needs to do to reshape the future of… Continue reading Diagnosis Wichita: #FocusForwardICT comes to Newman University
Not only will faculty and staff decorate doors and light Christmas trees to celebrate the season, but the entire Newman University community will also be able to take part in… Continue reading Newman University ‘Holly Days’ festivities begin Nov. 30