Four students study in England for semester

(From left to right) An illustration of Newman University students Sydney Le, Katie Stewart, Rosaline Martinez and Hayley Stewart in front of a British flag, created by graphic design student Rebekah Strickbine.

Newman students Katie Stewart, Hayley Stewart, Rosaline Martinez and Sydney Le started the spring semester on another continent.

Two Newman alumni pass competitive veterinary licensure exam

(From left to right) Hanah Huber and Kenneth Santiago are Newman University graduates and soon-to-be graduates of the Kansas State University veterinary program.

Four-legged friends are in good hands thanks to two soon-to-be veterinarians and graduates of Newman University, Hanah Huber and Kenneth Santiago. 

Three winners recognized at Martin Luther King Jr. Award Ceremony

Yelando Johnson rises to accept her award at the MLK Distinguished Service Awards Ceremony Feb. 8.

Newman University celebrates the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. by recognizing the leadership efforts of three campus community members.

Jet’s dream takes flight with acceptance to KansasCOM

Asher Khokhar stands in front of the wooden DNA strand in the Bishop Gerber Science Center at Newman University.

Newman University student Asher Khokhar was recently accepted into a program at the Kansas College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Father Adam Grelinger shares homily honoring St. Maria De Mattias

St. Maria De Mattias sculpture in St. John's Chapel.

On February 1, Chaplain Father Adam Grelinger celebrated Mass for the Newman community in honor of St. Maria De Mattias’ feast day.

Podcast dives into Archives during Heritage Month

Stanley holds up a Newman pennant displaying the original Jet Bird logo design by Blackbear Bosin.

In the spirit of Heritage Month, alumna Diana Stanley ’17 sat down with Laura Hartley, director of annual giving, to explore some artifacts from Newman Archives on a recent episode of The Newman Bond podcast.

Celebrating one year of ‘The Newman Bond’ podcast

Wednesday, February 7 marked one year of The Newman Bond podcast, the official podcast of Newman University.

New role, familiar face: director of teaching and learning

Marguerite Regan, Ph.D., is the director of teaching and learning at Newman University.

Teaching has been a lifelong passion for Marguerite Regan, Ph.D., and the former English professor is thrilled to support students and faculty as the new director of teaching and learning at Newman University.

Respiratory care program ‘best decision’ for student Bryson Gilchrist

Newman student Bryson Gilchrist demonstrates hands-on respiratory care techniques learned in the classroom.

For Bryson Gilchrist, transferring to Newman University and starting the respiratory care program was the “best decision I could have made.”

A hub for support: Newman’s Student Success Center

Two students interact over coffee at Sacred Grounds Coffee & Café in the Student Success Center.

Newman University’s newest campus renovation transformed an old space in Dugan into a bright, collaborative hub home to countless student resources.

Newman crew travels 440 miles for Catholic SEEK conference

(From left to right) Father Mike Schmitz and Newman University student Steven Brown.

More than 20,000 college students, priests, religious brothers and sisters and campus ministers attended the 2024 SEEK conference in Saint Louis January 1-5.

A February filled with Heritage Month events

Each year Newman University students, faculty, staff and alumni celebrate the university’s founders and Catholic traditions during Heritage Month.

Artist Lauren Fitzgerald showcases in Steckline Gallery

Artwork of Batman and Catwoman was created by artist Lauren Fitzgerald in her collection, "Symbiosis."

Steckline Gallery will present “Symbiosis” by artist Lauren Fitzgerald during a First Friday exhibition from 5-7 pm February 2 at Newman University.

Podcast explores ASC Service Award Scholarship at Newman

Nathan Huie

In an episode of The Newman Bond, junior Nathan Huie shared how the ASC Service Award not only allows him to pursue his degree in business management but also encourages a lifelong commitment to service.

Early bird tickets now available for Dueling Pianos

Attendees of Newman University's Dueling Pianos night smile during a performance from HiFi Productions.

Dueling Pianos returns to Newman University Friday, Feb. 23 with dinner, drinks and an interactive dueling pianos performance with HiFi Productions.

Serving and learning in Guatemala

Katie Stewart (back row, second from the left) with fellow participants of the 2023 Guatemala Study and Serve program.

Student Katie Stewart shares her experience throughout the Guatemala Study and Serve Program.

Newman’s spring STEM program free to high schoolers

Newman professor Tomoko Bell teaches high school students of NSEP in the Bishop Gerber Science Center.

The Newman STEM Exploration Program is back for another exciting semester and is free to participants who apply and are accepted. 

Cheers to 2023: A year in review

As we look back on 2023, we are filled with gratitude for the ongoing generosity and support of our Newman University community.

Newman’s newest nurses: 2023 pinning ceremony

Angela Tran walks the stage as she receives her ceremonial nursing pin, Dec. 2023.

Twelve nursing graduates, along with their family and close friends, gathered for the fall nurse pinning ceremony on December 8 in Newman University’s De Mattias Performance Hall.