Newman receives $1.2 million for southwest Kansas partnerships

Kansas Senator Jerry Moran talks with GCCC President Ryan Ruda and Jessica Bird while Alden Stout discusses Newman's SW Kansas partnership with a reporter.

Newman University has been awarded a $1.2 million grant to help fund the launch of its Higher Education Access for Western Kansas Initiative.

‘Yes, go to Newman’: Jami Turnquist’s student experience

Jami Turnquist stands in front of the Newman University sign on campus.

After taking pre-dental courses at Newman University, student Jami Turnquist was accepted into dental school in Kansas City.

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. 

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.

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.”

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. 

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.

Biochemistry student completes internship with BG Products

Hope Strickbine stands with a BG Products car and illustrated background.

Hope Strickbine’s first exposure to BG Products, a Wichita-based company that manufactures automotive products like cleaners and specialty lubricants, was during her senior year of high school. 

Student Annette Castillo-Lopez pursues nursing degree

(From left to right) Family members Alondra Lopez-Gomez, Edith Castillo and Annette Castillo-Lopez graduate from Butler Community College at the same time. (Courtesy photo)

Education is a family affair for Annette Castillo-Lopez, her aunt, Alondra Lopez-Gomez (who’s the same age as her), and her mom, Edith Castillo, all of whom graduated from Butler Community College at the same time.