Nancy Dahlinger, assistant professor and director of the occupational therapy assistant (OTA) program, accompanied six Newman University students to the Kansas Occupational Therapy Association (KOTA) Day on the Hill in Topeka.… Continue reading Occupational therapy students spend a day in the capital
Elsbeth Magilton of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Speakers Bureau will give a presentation titled, “Space Law 101,” at 7 p.m. March 28 in the Bishop Gerber Science Center, room 105. The event is… Continue reading Space Law 101 presentation to be held on campus
Where are you headed to this spring break? Will you be walking along the streets of Paris or visiting the “big apple”? What about getting a stellar tan in Cancun, or… Continue reading Where in the world is NU?
During Newman University’s recent annual Accepted Student Day, students accepted to Newman had the opportunity to speak to faculty and students, tour campus and get a glimpse into how they… Continue reading Potential Jets visit campus for the weekend
Newman alumna Jamie Harrington was featured in an advertisement in the Southwest Kansas Catholic magazine during Catholic Schools Week. The magazine is published by the Catholic Diocese of Dodge City.… Continue reading Newman alumna featured by Catholic Diocese of Dodge City
The second annual Difference Makers of Wichita Awards Banquet was held Feb. 24, 2018 at Newman University.
Director of Nursing Teresa Vetter accompanied seven nursing students to the 42nd Annual Kansas State Nursing Association (KSNA) Legislative Conference in Topeka this year.
Having technology issues? No problem. Meet Adam Sawyer, the new help desk and classroom technology coordinator. He may be recognizable due to the fact that he is a December 2017 Newman graduate.… Continue reading Alumnus Adam Sawyer hired for technology support
At Newman University, students are prepared to transform society. Since Sarah Balderas graduated from Newman in 2015, she has been making her way through Washburn Law School, many internships and… Continue reading Alumna Sarah Balderas makes big impact in immigration law
Newman University students have been volunteering at the Guadalupe Clinic for many years. Nursing students play a big role in patient care at the clinic and Spanish speaking students play… Continue reading Guadalupe Clinic partnership beneficial for all
Newman University partnered with Wichita’s Littlest Heroes (WLH) Saturday, Feb. 10, to provide a fun day for children who are battling a life-threatening medical condition. The athletic department hosted a free… Continue reading Little heroes with lots of heart
Newman University has accepted an invitation from the Mid-American Intercollegiate Athletics Association (MIAA) to participate as an associate member in all 14 NCAA sports the university sponsors beginning in the… Continue reading Newman University to compete in the MIAA as associate member in 2019-20
On Tuesday morning, the Newman community received the news that Assistant Professor of Communication Suzanne V.L. Berg, Ph.D., had died unexpectedly.
Lack of experience is no issue for the newest member of the Newman baseball coaching staff. Mike Pelfrey played professional baseball for 12 years before returning to his hometown of… Continue reading Professional baseball player joins Newman coaching staff
The International Student Association (ISA) hosted a Holocaust Awareness Night event Jan. 25 in the Dugan-Gorges Conference Center. Professor Larry Justice presented on the book, “Until We Meet Again: A… Continue reading Holocaust Awareness Night
The Newman wrestling team has had great success on the mat this season — but it’s not over yet. The team recently turned out four champions and two runner-ups at the… Continue reading Wrestling team making a name for themselves
Assistant Professor of Strategic Intelligence Scott McIntosh presented a lecture titled “Russia’s Interests from Antiquity to the 19th Century” at the Museum of World Treasures on Jan. 18. The museum hosts… Continue reading Business professor presents to downtown audience
Sister Therese Wetta said she received “a call from God” many years ago to reopen the Adorers of the Blood of Christ (ASC) mission in Liberia, West Africa. After years… Continue reading ASC sister to reopen mission in Liberia
Alumni Weekend will be held earlier this year beginning April 20. All Newman University alumni will receive invitations in their physical mailbox as well as an email in the coming… Continue reading Newman alumni relations prepares for annual alumni weekend
The annual Laurie Bell Memorial Jet Open Charity Golf Tournament is seeing a big change this year. Previously held in recent years at Rolling Hills Country Club, the tournament will now… Continue reading Big changes to the Jet Open Golf Tournament
Associate Professor of Art Mary Werner was invited to display two of her paintings at City Arts’ 20th-anniversary exhibit, “20×20.” The show opened Jan. 5 and features 20 well-known local… Continue reading Art professor enjoys ‘family reunion’ at City Arts
The Facing Forward campaign made a huge impact on the Newman University campus. It provided the funding to build the state-of-the-art Bishop Gerber Science Center and most recently, the campaign… Continue reading Tour the new radiologic technology classroom and lab
Anna Burton has had many academic and athletic accomplishments during her time at Newman University. She excelled in nursing school and performed at a high level throughout her volleyball career.… Continue reading Tremendous achievements in the classroom and on the court
Nursing students from Newman University and surrounding colleges were inducted into the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing on Nov. 5. Twelve Newman University students were among the… Continue reading Honor Society of Nursing inducts 12 Newman students
Scholars Day is the opportunity for students nearing graduation to show the value of the courses they’ve taken to earn their degree.
Newman alumnus Kris Moore has been nominated for the 2018 Kansas Teacher of the Year award. Moore works at Dodge City High School as a residential carpentry instructor. He has… Continue reading Newman alumnus nominated for 2018 Kansas Teacher of the Year
Mary Short began her college journey just like many others, but one thing sets her apart — Short is in her 70s.
Nursing student Tara Greiving was awarded the 2017 Duane Smith Caregiver Award on Nov. 2 at the Alzheimer’s Association conference.
The whole world is out there waiting for you to make your mark. At Newman University we are able to provide students with study abroad experiences, service trip opportunities or… Continue reading Where will you go? Travel abroad at Newman
Being a resident assistant on a college campus is a job that requires more than just living in the dorms and keeping students in line. Along with other things, resident… Continue reading Resident assistants help keep students involved and connected
Thanksgiving break is a time to gather, eat and enjoy stress-free days off. Newman University offices will be closed and classes will not be held Nov 22-24 in observance of… Continue reading Students, staff and faculty looking forward to Thanksgiving break
The multimillion-dollar building has been built and students and faculty alike are thrilled with the opportunities that the Bishop Gerber Science Center provides. The devices and tools in the science… Continue reading Sophisticated science at Newman — Part 2
A quiet revolution is in the works. When life feels like a blur, turn to mindful living practices to ground yourself, take a breath and slow down. The first of… Continue reading Making a mindful city
Daniel Bryan is the new director of alumni relations and annual giving coordinator at Newman University. “I’m excited just to be back and get to work on campus again because… Continue reading Newman alumnus a perfect fit for University Advancement
On Halloween, the American Red Cross organization drew the blood of 40 Newman community members, exceeding the Red Cross’ goal of 34. Jeffery Vaughn, director of the radiology technology program, has… Continue reading A spooky day for a blood drive
The new, multimillion-dollar Bishop Gerber Science Center has new equipment and research projects happening behind every door.
The College Scorecard rankings have come out and Newman is proud to show the numbers. The College Scorecard website gathers information from colleges across America and allows visitors to view… Continue reading Newman ranks high on College Scorecard
Middle schools in the Wichita area are sending their students to college campuses to plant the “college bug” early. Approximately 90 seventh-graders from Wilbur Middle School visited Newman on Oct.… Continue reading Middle school students experience Newman
On Friday evening, the Newman University men’s basketball team signed their youngest recruit ever.
The 2017 town hall meeting commenced at noon Oct. 18. The meeting began with pizza and ended with students saying “it went well.” The meeting was held as an opportunity… Continue reading Pizza and politics: Town hall meeting 2017