This January, Newman University provided branded backpacks for students and chaperones for the Catholic Diocese of Wichita’s annual March for Life trip to Washington, DC, and Topeka, Kansas.
The Newman University community is celebrating Heritage Month with a series of exciting events February 1 through March 4, 2023.
Steckline Gallery will present “Second Sight” by Karen Cox during a First Friday exhibition from 5-8 pm February 3.
All are welcome to attend the free talk, “The Great Tales Never End: The Lord of the Rings as Cultural Epic,” presented by Andrew Seeley, PhD at 7 pm Friday, January 27.
The Newman University music and theater departments will bring the colorful fan-favorite, “Disney’s The Little Mermaid,” to life on stage February 2-5 in the De Mattias Performance Hall.
On February 1, Virginia Eubanks, author and professor of political science will present “Automating Care: Technology, Caregiving, and the Labors of Love” at Newman University.
The 24-hour Theater Project challenges teams to write, direct, rehearse and perform a play from start to finish within 24 hours.
Here’s a look back on stories of Newman University students, alumni, faculty and staff continuing to shine through adversity in 2022.
Eighteen nursing graduates, along with their family and close friends, gathered for the spring nursing pinning ceremony December 9, in Newman University’s De Mattias Performance Hall.
We wish you all a blessed Advent season, and we hope you enjoy these special reflections from our Newman University community members.
A network known as the Data Professionals of Wichita, established by Newman University Dean of the School of Business and Technology David Cochran, is making waves in the local workforce.
The Newman Laudato Si planning committee will help bring new life to plastic bags with its spring service event Cocoa, Cookies and Quilting on Wednesday, February 1.
Scholars Day at Newman University is always an exciting affair, but this year, a campus-wide service element was added to the day’s agenda on December 5.
On December 4, the Newman University chorale and troubadours performed “Christmas Joy” for a sold-out crowd in the De Mattias Performance Hall.
The Dugan Library at Newman University is extending its hours during finals week and will be open nonstop from 2 pm December 4, to 5 pm December 9.
Giving Tuesday may have passed, but it isn’t too late to be a hero for a Newman University student.
In the spirit of the holiday season, the DeMattias Performance Hall will be filled with joyous songs during the music department’s concert, “Christmas Joy” at 3 pm on December 4.
Join the Newman University Alumni Office for a family-friendly Christmas Cookies and Crafts event Sunday, December 4.
Newman University is collecting donated Christmas cards, socks, wrapping paper and tape through December 2.
On Nov. 17, Newman University donors, alumni, faculty, staff and current students gathered to celebrate the first five years of the state-of-the-art Bishop Gerber Science Center on campus during an open house event.
Huachuan Wen, associate professor of education at Newman, was surprised by members of the Asian Student Association last week with a “Judge’s Choice” plaque for his family’s winning recipe.
On November 3, Newman University community members came together to celebrate the life of 21-year-old Austin Madubuike.
Multicultural Leadership Organization hosts its International Luncheon 11 am to 1 pm Friday, November 11 in the Tarcisia Roths Alumni Center in Dugan.
Steckline Gallery will welcome artist Emily Ritter to campus for her exhibition, “Biota of Wichita: A Study,” during a First Friday exhibition from 4:30-8 pm, November 4.
This summer, Newman University students have the opportunity to travel to Europe via a class called, “Europe by Rails.”
Circle K International (CKI) is accepting new and gently used clothing items now through November 18 to support ShowerUp Wichita.
Saint John’s Chapel will once again be filled with joyous songs during the music department’s fall concert, “A Taste of Europe” at 3 pm Sunday, October 30.
Year-round, Newman students, staff and faculty are encouraged to donate their time and talents to nonprofit organizations in the Wichita community and beyond.
More than 30 employers with part-time and full-time work and internship opportunities will be present at the upcoming Newman University Career Fair on October 24.
Faculty and students of the Newman University Medical Professionals Club are inviting the community to campus for a Red Cross blood drive Monday, October 31.
In collaboration with Wichita State University’s (WSU) Diversity Lecture Series, Newman University will present “A Conversation with Alfredo Corchado” 6 pm Tuesday, October 25 at WSU.
Those who love to celebrate October with all things spooky are in for a treat — the Newman University theater department presents “Dracula” October 20-23.
Thanks to a generous grant from Evergy, the 2023 Newman STEM Exploration Program (NSEP) is free to participants who apply and are accepted.
On Saturday, October 1, members of the Newman community made a difference in the lives of a family in need by partnering with Wichita Habitat for Humanity.
The Steckline Gallery will present “Mother” by Jill Luton during a First Friday exhibition from 5-8 pm, October 7, at Newman University.
Cindy Miles ’09 will discuss the importance of joining, leading and being an engaged member of nonprofit boards.
Students are invited to take a break from their studies and stresses and enjoy a free weekend retreat October 8 and 9 at the Wichita ASC Center.
If you’re in need of some laughs, the Sloppy Joe Improv Troupe at Newman University might just be the remedy for you.
Paying homage to the historic renaissance festivals at Newman University, the 2022 Party on the Plaza brought back the revelry to a sold-out crowd of 450 guests.
You’re invited to join members of Newman University for a Habitat for Humanity volunteer day hosted by the Newman University Alumni Office.