Multicultural Leadership Organization hosts its International Luncheon 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday, Sept. 27 in the Dugan Conference Center.
Ann Fox, alumna of Newman University, was awarded the “Leadership Through Action Award” at the 2021 Humanitarian Awards Benefit.
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.
Wichita’s Party on the Plaza: Return to the Renaissance kicks off Saturday, September 18 on the Newman University campus.
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.
Marcus Lines, a rising junior studying psychology at Newman University, spent his summer as an AmeriCorps VISTA Summer Associate, working at Children First: CEO Kansas, Inc.
Find out what a day in the life of a college groundskeeper is like with Darrin McKim, head groundskeeper of 24 years at Newman University.
The 2021 faculty excellence award was presented to Larry Straub, Ph.D., associate professor of the school of business, and the 2021 staff excellence award was bestowed upon Celina Marchetti, housekeeper in facilities and housekeeping.
Dr. Max Frazier’s Traditions & Transitions class planned a care package project to assist the families staying at a Ronald McDonald house.
Alex Melugin ‘12 lost his grandmother to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), more commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, in 2017. That experience sparked a passion within to do something more… Continue reading Alex Melugin ’12 plays role in battling ALS
The Newman University School of Business (SCOBUS) is gathering donations for the Child Advocacy Center of Sedgwick County. Boxes have been placed around campus for community members to drop off… Continue reading Students take part in unique volunteer opportunity
What better way to connect with college students than to pass out free candy? And what better time to do that than Halloween? Newman University Staff Assembly wanted to bring… Continue reading Staff connect with students with Halloween treats
The Newman University Student Government Association (SGA) has recognized the need for a food pantry-like entity on campus for the past year. As of Oct. 12, 2020, that need has… Continue reading Jets Resource Hub: Newman’s new food pantry
Newman graduate Anthony Harvey ‘20 and his friend, Ja’Darius “JD” Woods, found a way to give back by organizing a local shoe drive they called Kicks 4 Kids, during which… Continue reading Alumnus organizes shoe drive, spreads positive message within community
Service is at the heart of a Newman University education and when Professor of Communication Audrey Hane heard that her spring 2020 class could become involved with The Lord’s Diner,… Continue reading Communication class creates website for The Lord’s Diner
Amy Aguirre will be working toward her Master of Science in Nurse Anesthesia through Newman University’s Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) program beginning fall 2020. She said she looks forward… Continue reading Newman student works in TX COVID unit, strengthens faith and prayer life
Above image: Rob Winegrad (right) poses with two travel nurses from Tulsa, Oklahoma, while working at AMITA Health Holy Family Medical Center in Des Plaines, Illinois, to help fight the… Continue reading Newman alumnus travels to Chicago to help fight COVID-19
Though the campus is quiet, Newman University’s mission to serve the community lives on.
Though senior Martina Viale and junior Sara Zogleman do not have any biological sisters, they have become mentors to two little sisters through the Kansas Big Brothers Big Sisters program.… Continue reading Students discover a passion for mentoring
The Newman University Student Life office organized its second annual Martin Luther King Jr. March and Distinguished Service Award Ceremony. A large crowd gathered the evening of Jan. 16 in… Continue reading Martin Luther King Jr. celebration recognizes distinguished service
A total of 18 students went on a service trip to Gallup, New Mexico, during their winter break. Father Adam Grelinger, Newman University chaplain, and Emily Simon, assistant director of… Continue reading Campus Ministry hosts winter service trip
As we welcome in a new year with all its many adventures to come, we look back and celebrate all the great things 2019 brought us.
With the holidays just around the corner, many volunteer opportunities are available for students, staff and faculty who want to transform society for the better. The Newman University family is… Continue reading Service opportunities available for the holidays
Ismael Alvarez knew from a very young age that he wanted to be a soldier. He was in the second grade when he attended his sister’s Army basic training graduation… Continue reading Veteran seeks degree to pay it forward
Newman University will celebrate its military students, staff and faculty Nov. 11 with a Military Appreciation Day and ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new military resource center for students. The event… Continue reading Military Appreciation Day to be held with the opening of a new military space
The Newman University women’s basketball team recently spent some time at Robinson Middle School, playing and visiting with students during recess times. The activity was arranged as a community engagement… Continue reading Women’s basketball team spends an afternoon at Robinson Middle School
PTSD Awareness Day is observed annually on June 27 and the entire month of June is also known as PTSD Awareness Month. According to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs,… Continue reading Suffering from PTSD inspires alumnus to give back through counseling
Every other year, a group of students embark on the Guatemala Study and Serve mission trip. However, without the help from one mom, six students would have missed out on… Continue reading Mom saves the day for Newman mission trip travelers
For the past four years, donation collection boxes have been placed in the residence halls on the Newman campus a few weeks before students move out. Morris “Mo” Floyd, director… Continue reading Dorm donations help community in need
More than 40 Newman students, staff and faculty members volunteered at the third annual Medical Mission at Home.
Renee Duxler graduated from Newman University in 2004 with a master’s in social work, which has led her through a variety of career opportunities. While working as a social worker,… Continue reading Newman alumna takes over Douglas Design District
Newman University Master of Social Work (MSW) students volunteered to make a difference in the homeless community of Wichita last month. The Wichita-Sedgwick County Continuum of Care (WSC-CoC) conducted the… Continue reading Social work students participate in homeless count
Another calendar year has come to an end. Newman University has much to be thankful for as we look to the future. Take a walk with us down memory lane… Continue reading 2018 — A Year in Review
Newman University students are headed to Gallup, New Mexico, for their annual winter service trip. The winter service trip is an opportunity for students to spend time doing service work… Continue reading Students plan winter service trip to to New Mexico