John Vogt, associate professor and chair of the Division of Science and Mathematics, recently celebrated his 35th year with Newman.
Rebekah Valentine, a 2013 Newman graduate, is a news reporter at IGN Entertainment — a leading online media company for video games.
The Newman Chorale and Troubadours will host their annual fall concert on Sunday, October 24 at 3 pm in Saint John’s Chapel.
Sister Susan Welsby ’73 and Sister Sara Dwyer ’73 celebrated their 50th Jubilees as Adorers of the Blood of Christ on Saturday, Sept. 4.
Three Newman individuals recently won Mary Jane Teall Awards: Christy Cunningham Railsback, Deanne Zogleman and Lyle Valentine.
Whether she’s presenting at a high school, teaching her students or simply speaking with a colleague, Assistant Art Professor and Director of Steckline Gallery Shannon Johnston makes it clear that art itself is a phenomenal mentor.
You can now share your story through words, photos and/or videos for the chance to be featured on the Newman Today site.
The Newman Chemistry Club will celebrate National Nanometer Day from 11 am to 1 pm on October 13 outside of the Bishop Gerber Science Center.
Newman University soared into a new era with the official inauguration of President Kathleen Jagger on Thursday, October 7.
Equipped with her communication degree, 2019 Newman alumna Madison McCollum is making waves in the workforce.
Four seminarians from Saint Joseph’s House of Formation enrolled at Newman University this fall: Florence Barles, Richard Olsen, Zach Kelsey and Sam Schmidt.
In her time at Newman, junior Talia Powers has made impressive strides toward her future medical career and musical opportunities.
On Thursday, October 7, Newman University will celebrate the inauguration of President Kathleen Jagger, Ph.D., MPH.
Father Emil Kapaun — who was ordained as a Catholic priest in Saint John’s Chapel at Newman University and died as a prisoner of war in North Korea 70 years ago — has finally returned home to Kansas.
Fifteen Newman University individuals from a range of departments participated in the Wichita Business Expo on Thursday, Sept. 23.
The Steckline Gallery will present “Machine-Nature Interface #131 (Shadows)” by Mike Miller during a First Friday exhibition from 5-8 pm, October 1, at Newman University.
The Newman Theater Department presents “Murder at Café Noir” by David Landau at 7 pm September 30 through October 2 in Jabara Flexible Theatre.
A Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) and Master of Business Administration (MBA) information session will be held at 5:30 pm on September 29.
Newman staff member Daniel Murphy, along with students Allison Williams and Matthew Clark and alumnus Lucas Farney, are creating the short film, “Leaves of a Ficus.”
Admissions hired “FlyGal” Abigail Thornton to create videos to help guide first-year and prospective students through their college journeys.
A Master of Social Work (MSW) information session will be held at 5:15 pm on Thursday, September 23 in Eck Hall room 126 on the Newman campus.
Sierra Fair, a Master of Social Work graduate of 2021, recently landed her dream job as a mental health therapist.
On September 12, 2021, Newman University celebrates 88 full years as a Catholic educational institution.
Many Newman students benefit from funds raised at Party on the Plaza, which directly contribute to student financial aid.
Party on the Plaza is the Newman University event of the year — and many Newman alumni share fond memories from it.
Newman University’s annual Party on the Plaza fundraiser is a community-wide effort from start to finish. Learn more about what goes into POP!
With the 2021 Party on the Plaza: Return to the Renaissance only days away, we hope you enjoy a special video message from Laura Hartley, director of alumni and campus events.
Aside from the fun, here are 10 reasons (plus a bonus) why you should attend Party on the Plaza: Return to the Renaissance on September 18, 2021.
Wichita’s Party on the Plaza: Return to the Renaissance kicks off Saturday, September 18 on the Newman University campus.
First-year students were celebrated and welcomed into the Newman community with the Mass of the Holy Spirit and Matriculation Ceremony Thursday, Aug. 26.
Karen Noel — the admin assistant for the Newman School of Social Work — drew the first illustration of a new grasshopper species in Ecuador.
Tennis alum Regis Fox gives Newman University a lot of credit for molding him into the leader he is today.
Newman University has prepared an exciting display for September’s First Friday in the Steckline Gallery, “What’s NU: A Faculty Exhibit.”
For the second straight year Newman University’s respiratory care program has received an award from a national healthcare association. The Associate of Science in Health Science – Respiratory Care degree… Continue reading Respiratory care program recognized by national organization
Emma Eck, a May 2021 elementary education graduate, secured a job as a fourth-grade teacher at Andale Elementary in Andale, Kansas’s Renwick Unified School District, where she will begin teaching this fall.
From identifying her hero to the best advice she’s ever received, this rapid-fire interview will help you learn a little more about 2021 Miss Kansas, Taylor Clark.
Kathleen S. Jagger, Ph.D., MPH, completed her first year as president of Newman University on July 1, 2021.
Matt Riedl, an alumnus of 2015, was recognized as a finalist for the Cardinal John P. Foley Award through the Catholic Media Association.
In 2009, Katasha Bledsoe graduated from Newman with a degree in criminal justice. Now she’s both a sergeant with the Winfield Police Department and a competitive bodybuilder.
Whether you’re a first-year student, a returner, living on-campus in the residence halls or commuting each day, here are some tips and tid-bits to know for all things back-to-school.