Digital content specialist Amy Emerson ’19 teamed up with Director of Alumni Relations Dana Beitey to bring listeners of the Newman Bond podcast a holiday dessert recipe.
Tiffany Huynh was recognized as part of the Scholars in Urban Health program with The University of Kansas School of Medicine.
In fall 2025, Newman University junior Emily Pachta will start her next chapter at The University of Kansas School of Medicine.
Student Angelica Rodriguez was recently recognized as part of the Scholars in Urban Health program at The University of Kansas School of Medicine.
On a recent episode of Newman University’s official podcast, The Newman Bond, Director of Residence Life Ian Lecki chatted with current student Thomas Munn about the benefits of living on campus.
One year ago, Vanessa Rials was in what a medical professional would refer to as “good health,” with no history of broken bones, surgeries or major health concerns.
Master of Social Work student Crystal Khan’s journey over the past several months has been anything but easy.
On this episode of Newman University’s official podcast, The Newman Bond, junior Emily Pachta reflected on her study abroad journey this past spring semester to Newman’s sister school in Birmingham, England.
This past July, Arianna Raga, a 2016 Newman University graduate, took the reins as head men’s and women’s tennis coach at Cowley College.
Newman University Master of Social Work student Maggie Papalia, who’s also a graduate of the Bachelor of Social Work program, was recently awarded a prestigious $10,000 fellowship from the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE).
Even as a young child, Heather Crump knew she wanted a career that would enable her to make a positive impact on those around her.
On a recent episode of Newman University’s official podcast, The Newman Bond, Associate Professor of Business Larry Straub shared a crash course on “Investing 101.”
Hope Strickbine’s first exposure to BG Products, a Wichita-based company that manufactures automotive products like cleaners and specialty lubricants, was during her senior year of high school.
Eleven seminarians from the House of Formation enrolled at Newman University this fall.
Valiore Corral’s experiences have led her to where she is today, helping others because of the help she was given.
Education is a family affair for Annette Castillo-Lopez, her aunt, Alondra Lopez-Gomez (who’s the same age as her), and her mom, Edith Castillo, all of whom graduated from Butler Community College at the same time.
Newman alumna Amanda Crawford ’18 is a testament to the power of perseverance.
Jana Phillips ’23 initially decided to become an educator because of her lifelong passion for education and making a positive impact on young minds.
Wichita native Malachi Winters has been a paramedic for 25 years and recently graduated with a master’s degree in social work from Newman University.
Alumna Serena Hanson ’10 is a seasoned social services professional who is making a difference in the field.
On a recent episode of The Newman Bond podcast, Daniel Murphy, Newman University’s web technology specialist, chatted with musician and 2001 alumnus Curtis Nightingale about his journey since graduation and reminisced on their connections.
During Newman University’s recent move-in day, many freshmen athletes moved into their campus dorm and shared their excitement for their journey ahead.
On a special crossover episode of The Newman Bond podcast — which features professional speakers, alumni, students and other members of Newman’s network — Associate Professor of Theology Matthew Umbarger and Technical Director Austin Schwartz ’23 connect to continue their conversations surrounding stories and literature that focus on end times.
The one word to describe Richard “Rick” Roder’s journey since graduating from Newman University in 1986 is “unique.”
This past May, the first cohort of Newman University’s Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Practice (DNAP) program began their studies.
Several students from southwest Kansas walked at Newman University’s commencement ceremony on May 12.
Recently, Newman University alum Anthony Navarrete ‘19 and staff member Zach Brake were named two of the Wichita Business Journal’s 2023 Young Marketing Professionals.
In addition to Victor Domingues’ role as Newman University’s head men’s soccer coach, he serves as the first-ever coach for West Texas FC in Midland-Odessa.
Graduate Averie Ashley ’22 is taking what she learned at Newman and applying it to her next step at the UAG School of Medicine in Mexico.
Grecia Nunez-Palomaresis one of five high school seniors to earn Newman University’s most prestigious scholarship, the St. Newman Scholarship, which offers full tuition renewable for four years.
Maya Watkins is one of five students who received the 2023 full-tuition St. Newman scholarship.
Alumna Heather Burke ’12 works as a social caseworker with Adams County, Colorado’s child welfare program.
Two recent Master of Social Work (MSW) graduates from Newman University are ready for their next chapter and to better the community.
Hy “Emily” Hua came to the United States from Vietnam at the age of 16 — alone — to pursue her education.
Christine Ostroski ‘86 was recognized at Newman University’s recent Alumni Award reception as the 2023 St. Maria De Mattias award recipient.
JJ McGuigan, acclaimed alt-rock guitarist and songwriter, recently released his powerful new single, “Save My Life,” which draws from his own struggles with depression and other mental health issues.
Through a two-part series, Newman professor Ryan Huschka presented an exploration of the interplay between science and faith for guests of the Spiritual Life Center in Wichita.
Caleb Harris, a 2023 graduate of Newman, is diving into a teaching career after discerning out of the seminary.
To put it lightly, Linnea Baggett has been busy these past few years.
The journey to college graduation wasn’t an easy one for Skylar Jorgenson.