Newman University is introducing a new Bachelor of Science program in business and strategic intelligence (BSI) to begin in the fall 2018 semester. No other college or university in the… Continue reading Bachelor of Science program in business & strategic intelligence introduced this fall
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
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
Scholars Day is the opportunity for students nearing graduation to show the value of the courses they’ve taken to earn their degree.
The Newman University School of Business is looking forward to its next class of students entering the online MBA program while celebrating its recent and successful implementation. The first Joint Master… Continue reading Online MBA program going strong
The National Society of Leadership and Success in conjunction with Career Services and Northwestern Mutual is hosting “Relevant Career Skills” featuring speaker Brett Andrews, Ph.D., dean of the Newman School… Continue reading NSLS to host career skills talk with business dean Andrews
The Newman University School of Business recently welcomed new Assistant Professor of Strategic Intelligence Scott McIntosh. Strategic intelligence, according to McIntosh, is “the capability to take a significant amount of… Continue reading The School of Business gains a new faculty member
Newman University’s MBA students often lead a double life: worker by day, student by night. For some, that might conjure up images of super-heroes. Matthew Ayres, who is completing his… Continue reading The double life of an Army Guardsman
Newman University School of Business Dean Brett Andrews, Ph.D., published his first book, “Differentiate or Decline,” at the beginning of June along with authors Robert H. Roller, Ph.D., and R.… Continue reading Dean Brett Andrews publishes book, “Differentiate or Decline”
Newman University will stage a number of events May 12 and 13 to celebrate Fall 2016, Spring 2017, and Summer 2017 Graduates. Both the undergraduate and graduate ceremonies taking place… Continue reading Newman University to hold Spring 2017 graduation activities May 12-13
Martina Viale is a freshman student at Newman University. She is originally from a small town in Italy — Borgarello. She is attending Newman while being sponsored by Go Campus, an… Continue reading Freshman Martina Viale comes to Newman with a big dream and a plan
The Newman University School of Business launched its Distinguished Speaker Series on Tuesday, March 28 with a keynote presented by David Burkus.
The Alumni Relations Department has partnered with Career Services to launch a series of events referred to as “Table Talks.” The talks are designed to not only allow Newman students… Continue reading Alumni return for ‘Table Talks’ with Newman students
A new MBA program offered by Newman University will launch in Colorado Springs, Colo., for MSW students and alumni on Monday, March 13, 2017. The online program will focus on providing… Continue reading New MBA program in Colorado Springs to launch in March
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
The School of Social Work will hold a Kansas Law and Mental Health Forensics workshop from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 18 in the Dugan-Gorges Conference Center. It is co-sponsored… Continue reading Newman University holds Kansas law and mental health forensics conference
On Oct. 7, Teresa Wilkerson, assistant dean of adult and transfer studies at Newman University, kicked off the WSU Center for Entrepreneurship Business Booster Series. This series was created specifically… Continue reading Teresa Wilkerson kicks off WSU Business Booster Event
The Newman University Fall Job and Internship Fair will take place from 3:30-6 p.m., Oct. 11, in the Dugan-Gorges Conference Center. The job fair will feature 22 employees looking to… Continue reading Upcoming job fair provides a unique opportunity for Newman students
Newman University adjunct John Exline currently teaches Managerial Accounting for the MBA program and is described by his fellow workers as being, “eminently qualified,” “hardworking,” and “passionate.”
Michelle Abernathy started her studies at Newman June 15. She is a single mom, full time employee of Genesis Health Clubs, an avid runner, and now an MBA student. Abernathy… Continue reading Newman MBA student Michelle Abernathy also an accomplished athlete
Newman University will have its new business school dean on campus and on the job next week. Brett K. Andrews, MBA, Ph.D. was named to the position last month and… Continue reading Meet new School of Business Dean Brett Andrews
Newman University officials announced that Brett K. Andrews, MBA, Ph.D., has been named dean of the university’s new School of Business effective May 1, 2016. In August 2015 Newman revealed… Continue reading Newman University names Brett Andrews dean of new business school
Vicki Bergkamp, ASC, returned to Newman University in the spring of 2013 after a 10-year absence, but her role as a professor and an advisor go back to 1979.
Newman University will create a new School of Business that focuses not only on knowledge and expertise in business, but also ethics, entrepreneurship and socially conscious practices in business. The… Continue reading Business expertise, ethics will be focus of new School of Business at Newman University