On March 30, the Newman University School of Business hosted a meet and greet and data analytics panelist discussion with Wichita leaders.
Twelve students traveled to the mountain-surrounded Boulder, Colorado, to attend the 2019 Midwest Asian American Student Union (MAASU) conference, which took place March 9. Newman University senior and biology major… Continue reading Students travel to the rockies for the 2019 MAASU conference
Newman University Director of Undergraduate Social Work Dr. Yelando Johnson provides insight for an article published in the Wichita Eagle that links segregation to obesity. “You have to look at… Continue reading BSW Program Director provides insight into segregation and obesity relationships
College fashion doesn’t have to be expensive. Watch the Newman 360Five crew show you how thrift store shopping can be fun, fashionable, and easy on your wallet.
After six years in the making, Newman alumnus Andrew Regoli ’17 premiered his first feature film, “Tuition Hike,” July 14 in the De Mattias Performance Hall at Newman University. Living… Continue reading Alumnus premieres feature film at Newman
One of Newman University’s traditions during its annual Baccalaureate Mass is for selected students to share a reflection. In 2018 Communication major Ariana Nayeli Esparza shared her thoughts about her… Continue reading Ariana Esparza ’18, Comm. Major, reflects experience at Newman
While the Spring 2018 edition of the Newman University Magazine continues to hit mailboxes this week, articles featured in the issue are now available online at https://mag.newmanu.edu. The theme of… Continue reading Spring 2018 Newman University Magazine now available online
Newman University Literary Festival — Travis Prinzi “Saving Dumbledore: Moral Imagination and Forgiveness in Harry Potter’s Death” Travis Prinzi is an author and speaker on the intersection of fantasy and… Continue reading Travis Prinzi – Harry Potter Literary Festival Speaker
The Cardinal Newman Medal is considered the university’s highest honor. The 2018 awardee is alumnus and long-time friend, Archie Macias.
Now is a great time to get a Master’s in Social Work (MSW) because the salary of social workers with an MSW is on the rise. In addition, a master’s… Continue reading Social Work Salary with Masters on the Rise
Want to get your MBA but put off by other schools’ GMAT testing requirement? We believe your potential in our online MBA program can’t be communicated with one score. Because… Continue reading Best online MBA Program – No GMAT Required
Becoming a registered nurse (RN) is a rewarding career path if you are interested in helping others. High earnings, job security and opportunities for advancement also make a nursing career… Continue reading How to become a registered nurse
The Spring 2017 Newman University Magazine covers several topics in regard to the university’s recent rebranding. To the University Relations Department, it seemed like an appropriate time to coordinate a redesign… Continue reading Reading the online NU Magazine is kind of like time travel
Before the Spring Break, Newman University announced a photo contest to encourage students to get away from school and work craziness by sharing what they did during the break, using the hashtag #NUJetLife.… Continue reading Winners announced: Spring Break photo contest
Freshman Regan Casey came out as the winner of the ASC Collect the Deck game. Casey collected 33 unique cards out of a 52 card deck. ASC Vocations Director Lori… Continue reading ASC Vocations calls ‘Collect the Deck’ game a success
On Monday April 3, Newman Jets are cleared for takeoff for the 2017 Joyful Jet Day. Joyful Jet Day celebrates donors — alumni, parents, faculty, staff, and friends of the university — who generously… Continue reading Joyful Jet Day prepares for takeoff
Dust off your best business attire and sharpen your resume with a razor blade. It’s time to prepare for the first chapter of your professional career. Newman University will host… Continue reading Top five reasons to attend the spring Career Fair
Watch the construction unfold of the Bishop Gerber Science Center from a compilation of still photos from August 2016 through March 2017.
Planning on taking a road trip with friends over Spring Break? Heading to the lake? Catching some sun from the back patio? Newman University wants to know what you are doing… Continue reading Spring Break photo contest
On Thursday, Jan. 5, construction workers began to remove the dedication plaque from the Heimerman Science Center, which will be replaced by the Bishop Gerber Science Center. A cylindrical object appeared behind… Continue reading Heimerman time capsule contents revealed!
A Jan. 2017 national survey conducted by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) projects significant increases in starting salaries for 2017 social sciences and communication graduates. NACE predicts that employers will now… Continue reading Bright futures lie ahead for communication majors
Updated – 3:28 p.m. (CST) Two Newman University basketball players were featured in a live video broadcast on KAKE News on Thursday, Jan. 12. Here is a summary from that broadcast: Brothers Daniel… Continue reading KAKE News covers story: Newman Jet Basketball brothers reunite
A large crowd consisting of the Newman University community along with local news media gathered inside Eck Hall Jan. 9, 2017 as Vice President for University Advancement J.V. Johnston took… Continue reading Newman University celebrates successful Facing Forward campaign with ‘Topping-Off’ ceremony
A construction crew began removing a dedication plaque from the exterior wall of the Heimerman Science Center on Thursday, Jan. 5. As they chiseled around the perimeter of the stone, a cylindrical object… Continue reading Mysterious cylinder discovered in Heimerman Science Center
Just about every movie that depicts an IT department seems to follow the same stereotype: basement dwellers, clusters of CAT-5 cable strewn out like spaghetti, and dark creaky hallways. In the case… Continue reading From the darkest corners of Sacred Heart: Administrative Computing
Newman University Director of Student Activities Lauren Fontarum returned from a weeklong pilgrimage to the Holy Land on Dec. 8. She was one of more than 100 people from the Catholic Diocese… Continue reading Lauren Fontarum joins Catholic Diocese in trip to Holy Land
The Newman University community gathered on the evening of Dec. 4 for a Sloppy Joes breakfast. While many might argue that Sloppy Joes in the evening is not a breakfast,… Continue reading Sloppy Joes for Breakfast … and Bingo
The Newman University Women’s Basketball team is still thawing out from a bitter cold Thanksgiving. While the rest of us enjoyed a relatively warm weather during the holiday, the Lady… Continue reading Women’s Basketball – fire and ice in Alaska
After attending a workshop at Holy Cross College in South Indiana, Newman University history major Diana Stanley worked alongside Adorers of the Blood of Christ (ASC) Vocations Director Lori Benge and… Continue reading Game aims to strengthen student relationships with ASC
The 32nd Laurie Bell Memorial Jet Open Charity Golf Tournament and Silent Auction took place on Sunday and Monday, Aug. 7, 8, respectively. Sunday night’s Kickoff Party and auction were as… Continue reading Rain, weather could not hold back the 2016 Jet Open
The hot summer temperature outside easily allows many of us to forget that another year of Jet Life is just around the corner. For others, the first day of college… Continue reading Jet Days 2016 welcomes Newman students
Summer may be almost over but the fun is just beginning. The fall semester is jam packed with many exciting events. From large musical and theatre productions, to academic lectures, to… Continue reading There’s something for everyone in 2016 fall events
Newman University will host the 32nd Annual Laurie Bell Memorial Jet Open Charity Golf Tournament Aug. 7 and 8. The golf tournament is designed to raise funds for the Athletic… Continue reading 2016 Jet Open to raise money for athletics scholarships
Newman University sophomore Anthony Hamersky is bound for Poland on July 19, 2016. Hamersky, along with a group from the Catholic Diocese of Wichita, will attend the 2016 World Youth Day… Continue reading Anthony Hamersky to travel Poland in search of ancestry and to embrace culture
Newman University Associate Professor of History Kelly McFall, Ph.D. is packing his bags for a trip to Michigan along with student Annie Dang and alumna Emily Simon ’16 … to… Continue reading Students to attend Game Development Conference in Michigan
Ministry through service Student Nathan Siple will enter his senior year at Newman University in the Fall of 2016. As part of his ministry, he has performed in concerts for… Continue reading Senior Nathan Siple on ministry, music and dental school
Students of Newman University have voiced that the Heimerman Science Center is in great need of a replacement. On Friday, June 10, 2016, those voices were answered with the historic groundbreaking of the new… Continue reading Heimerman Science Center – Newman is in its DNA
The sound of electric saws and jackhammers are difficult to ignore throughout the offices of Eck Hall where administrators and faculty continue to work while renovation construction begins. Administrative Assistant of Nursing… Continue reading Eck Hall renovation begins
Newman University caught up with graduates after the Undergraduate Commencement ceremony May 14 to talk about their favorite memories. Here’s what they had to say: Anna Nicole Aniel I’m going… Continue reading Ahh … the memories: Graduates reflect on good times at Newman
During the weekend of June 10-12, alumni and the Newman University community are invited to the All-Alumni Reunion, a weekend filled with special events including what will be a monumental… Continue reading All-Alumni Reunion attendees to witness ground breaking of BGSC building