When senior Michelle Tong competes in the Miss Vietnam Wichita pageant this June, it will be the culmination of an incredible experience.
Twenty-two nursing graduates, along with their family and close friends, gathered for the spring nursing pinning ceremony Thursday, May 5.
Despite heartbreaking family tragedies, Newman University nursing student Teresa Bush believes that God has placed her in the nursing field for a specific purpose.
Student Emily Smith shares a student perspective of the Occupational Therapy Assistant program and life on the Newman Cheer and Dance Team.
The 2022 Academic Awards recognized several outstanding students of Newman University April 6 in the Dugan-Gorges Conference Center.
2019 Newman alumna Dr. Kara (Simon) Parsons shares her Newman experience and a look at life in the veterinary field.
Newman University is now accepting applications for the summer 2022 Investigative Summer STEM Program (ISSP).
Newman alumnus Cliff Kissling is completing his residency in a little-known field of medicine — physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R).
As the horrific war rages in Ukraine, Newman alumnus Captain Donald Bittner, MD ‘77 is serving as an on-call adviser to more than 70 Ukrainian doctors.
For 24 hours, community members and supporters from around the globe rallied together to raise money during Newman Giving Day on March 1.
Although Rachelle Teare’s upbringing brought a number of hardships, it also set her on a path to finding the career she loves: sonography.
After changing career paths, Priscilla Bianchini, an international nursing student from Brazil, is following her passion for helping others.
After five years of exceptional life challenges, Newman biology alumna Taylor Spencer ‘20 is building a brighter future for herself and her son — starting with medical school on the Caribbean island of Barbados.
Thanks to a generous grant from Evergy, the 2022 Newman STEM Exploration Program (NSEP) is free to participants who apply and are accepted.
The 2021 Newman Christmas video features President Kathleen Jagger who tells the story of a young college elf named Henry.
Twenty-one nursing graduates, their family members and close friends gathered for the fall nurse pinning ceremony on Friday, December 10 at Newman University.
Students Edgar Lumbreras and Kaylee Haught will both receive their bachelor’s degree in nursing this December.
Geraldine Tyrell has joined the Newman University faculty as dean of the School of Nursing and Allied Health.
On November 14, staff, faculty and alumni celebrated the work of Dr. Larry Heck, Dr. Jane Weilert and Joan Melzer.
Daniel Knolla — a senior biochemistry major and member of the Sloppy Joes — was recently accepted into the University of Kansas School of Medicine (KU).
2014 alumnus Jordan Barney majored in biology, finished medical school at the KU School of Medicine and is now entering into medical residency.
Newman University recently joined the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities cohort in support of a 7-year Laudato Si’ action plan.
Student Jayson Palacios attended Newman for a brief period in 2011, but life circumstances brought him back in 2021 to finish what he started.
John Vogt, associate professor and chair of the Division of Science and Mathematics, recently celebrated his 35th year with Newman.
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.
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
Newman University medical students and graduates put their “degree of difference” to work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
For five days, students can perform hands-on research with Newman faculty, experience living on campus in the residence halls and even earn a college credit.
Students Kirsten Adolph and Clare Morgan, both 2021 graduates, were volunteered by their classmates to lead the student address, which included a lighthearted segment, “How You Know You’re a Newman Nursing Student.”
Newman University officials have announced its transition to a new Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Practice (DNAP) program. Applications are being accepted for its DNAP program offered through its School of… Continue reading Newman University announces its new Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Practice program
After being put on hold last year due to the pandemic, this year’s Lab Coat ceremony was held as a limited in-person event that was also live-streamed.
On Friday, May 7, a total of 268 graduates were recognized in the Newman University spring 2021 commencement ceremonies at the Hartman Arena in Wichita. Undergraduate and graduate program degrees… Continue reading Newman University announces spring 2021 graduates
Newman University has released its 2021 spring Dean’s List.
From classes and clinicals to research papers and capstone projects, earning a college degree may seem like an endless series of daunting tasks to check off on the to-do list. … Continue reading Five 2021 graduates share their Newman University experiences
Upon completing their Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree, 24 Newman University graduates participated in the 2021 ceremonial Nursing Pinning May 6 at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church.… Continue reading A token of achievement: 2021 Nurse Pinning Ceremony
When Marjorie Subero moved with her family to Wichita five years ago for her husband’s job, she sought her own career change. She has a background in medicine and was… Continue reading Non-traditional sonography student finds career fit
Newman partnered with the Sedgwick County Health Department and the Guadalupe Clinic to provide students the Pfizer vaccine.
There’s more to a career in radiology than just X-raying bones. Radiologic technologists are highly skilled medical professionals who assist the radiologist in the diagnosis of diseases using ionizing radiation.… Continue reading Thinking about a degree in radiologic technology?
The Kansas Health Foundation awarded the Newman University nurse anesthesia program a $50,000 grant to help further the program’s curriculum. Program Director Megan Cook said, “I am extremely grateful to… Continue reading Nurse anesthesia program awarded $50,000 grant