Newman University alumna Michelle Vann is passionate about empowering women, ministry, life coaching, public speaking and so much more. She is certainly doing her part to transform society for the… Continue reading Alumna transforms society through nonprofit
Sierra Fair has always felt a need to help others and she decided to obtain her Master of Social Work (MSW) degree to help her do just that. Fair graduated… Continue reading A passion for helping the less fortunate
Senior chemistry major Madeleine Dellinger is making a name for herself in automotive research at BG Products Inc. It all started when Associate Professor of Chemistry Ryan Huschka urged Dellinger… Continue reading Chemistry major recognized for research at BG Products Inc.
The week of March 23 concluded the one-month recruitment stage for presidential candidates at Newman University. Prior to this stage, the presidential search committee had conducted meetings with staff, faculty,… Continue reading The presidential search continues amid COVID-19 restrictions
For the second year in a row, more than 500 students from the Catholic Diocese of Wichita visited Newman University. Students were on campus both Feb. 19 and March 11.… Continue reading Wichita Diocese eighth-graders visit campus
Kristen Machacek knew she wanted to pursue a doctor of pharmacy degree before she ever started college. Her curiosity and interest in the health care field was triggered when she… Continue reading From Newman student to doctor of pharmacy
The Difference Makers for Wichita awards banquet was held Feb. 22, 2020 in the Dugan-Gorges Conference Center on the Newman University campus. The banquet honors local individuals and organizations that… Continue reading Everyday Heroes honored at Difference Makers awards banquet
Alumnus Kevin Bryant’s basketball career at Newman was impressive, and due to his competitive nature, he couldn’t let his career end there. Bryant grew up in Germany and found his… Continue reading Alumnus takes on pro basketball dream in Germany
The Difference Makers for Wichita awards banquet was held Feb. 22, 2020 in the Dugan-Gorges Conference Center on the Newman University campus. Newman, along with The Wichita Eagle, is a… Continue reading 2020 Difference Makers for Wichita awards
Newman University celebrated homecoming with a week full of activities and on Thursday night, Feb. 20, the homecoming games began. The women’s basketball team kicked off the night by taking… Continue reading Homecoming 2020 – intense games and a royal ceremony
At St. John Henry Newman Mass on Feb. 20, Father Adam Grelinger delivered a homily based on a poem by Saint John Henry Newman titled ‘My Birthday.’ Newman wrote the… Continue reading St. John Henry Newman Birthday Poem – a homily
Staff, faculty, students, Adorers of the Blood of Christ and Newman community members gathered for the 2020 St. John Henry Newman High Tea. Attendees enjoyed the annual event that pays… Continue reading A delightful event: High Tea 2020
Newman University will hold it’s first-ever Giving Day on Tuesday, Feb. 25. The dedicated day of giving will be unique in its opportunity for donors to support what they’re passionate… Continue reading Newman University’s first annual Giving Day
Steckline Gallery will present “She Cast Her Gaze” by Amanda Pfister and April Pameticky during a First Friday exhibition from 5-7 p.m. Feb. 7, at Newman University. Pfister is a… Continue reading Steckline Gallery presents ‘She Cast Her Gaze’ by Amanda Pfister & April Pameticky
Alumna Regan Casey graduated from the Kansas Highway Patrol Training Academy Dec. 5, 2019. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Newman in May 2019 and began… Continue reading Newman alumna becomes Kansas State Trooper
As the year 2019 comes to an end, a new decade begins. We took a look at all that we accomplished during the past ten years.
Newman University’s one and only NCAA DII national champion is back on the wrestling mat — this time in a different country. Noel Torres ’18 competed in the 2019 Mexican… Continue reading National champion trains for the Olympics
Scholars Day is an important part of every semester at Newman University. It’s held on the first day of finals week and includes PowerPoint and poster presentations from upperclassmen completing… Continue reading Lasting skill sets developed through Scholars Day projects
Newman’s culture of service is something that has stuck with alumnus Sam Evasick since his graduation in 2010. Evasick received his Bachelor of Business Administration Management in 2009 and his… Continue reading Alumnus drawn to service
Business professor Larry Straub helped own and operate a successful million-dollar family business for more than 35 years. When it came time to sell the family business, Straub chose to… Continue reading New business professor brings real-world experience to the classroom
Newman University will implement a personalized, guided college experience for all undergraduate students starting fall 2020.
The annual Beata Benefactors Banquet to thank and honor those who have supported Newman University throughout the year took place Nov. 8 in the Dugan-Gorges Conference Center. The evening began with a… Continue reading Donors honored at Beata Benefactors Banquet
Newman University will host an open house event Nov. 14 for students interested in education and social work programs. The open house is one of four offered this fall and… Continue reading Education and Social Work open house coming Nov. 14
Newman University alumni make their alma mater proud each and every day. The Distinguished Alumni Awards are held annually to honor four alumni and one honorary alumna or alumnus for… Continue reading Nominations open for 2020 Distinguished Alumni Awards
The radiologic technology department held its annual blood drive Oct. 22 with a goal of collecting 43 pints of blood. That goal was exceeded by more than 20 pints with… Continue reading Annual blood drive exceeds expectations
Newman alumna Candice Urban and multiple Newman staff members took part in the “Wear Blue: Run to Remember Wear Blue Mile” event at this year’s Prairie Fire Marathon Oct. 13… Continue reading Newman community takes part in ‘Wear Blue: Run to Remember’
The National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) will be inducting Newman University Dean of Students Christine Schneikart-Luebbe into the Pillars of the Profession Class of 2020. Schneikart-Luebbe’s history with… Continue reading Dean of students receives award from national association
Steckline Gallery will present “Sources,” a curated show by Carter Bryant, during a First Friday exhibition from 5-7 p.m. Nov. 1 at Newman University. “Sources” was curated from the concept… Continue reading Steckline Gallery presents ‘Sources’ by Carter Bryant
The Newman University community is buzzing with excitement for the canonization of its namesake.
Newman University is meeting the need for more teachers in the state by providing a convenient and accelerated education degree program in Western Kansas. The program has benefited hundreds of… Continue reading Teacher shortage means immediate jobs for graduates
The Kansas Council for History Education (KCHE) is hosting its annual state conference at Newman University Oct. 20-21. Emily Williams, Newman alumna and adjunct history professor who serves as the… Continue reading History conference coming to Newman
The Newman University campus will soon be buzzing with activity to celebrate the canonization of its namesake, Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman. At the request of the Gerber Institute, Associate… Continue reading Trivia contest will test John Henry Cardinal Newman knowledge
Newman University’s annual Party on the Plaza is approaching quickly. After a year of planning, the event is nearly finalized and is sure to be a night to remember. A… Continue reading Coming Sept. 21: Party on the Plaza 2019