Father Tom Welk, chaplain of the ASC Wichita Center, shares a humorous story involving Sister Dolores Strunk (1931- 2008) in the 100-year-old Sacred Heart Hall building.
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.
In late November, two Newman men’s soccer players Johan Guereca-Torres and Jesus Perez were invited to speak to three classes of middle schoolers at Saint Margaret Mary Catholic School in Wichita.
Human Resources Coordinator Clark Castle ‘18 created a card game that is more than just a fun pastime — it’s also a connecting factor for many members of the Newman University community.
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.
Every year, Newman University recognizes employees who have reached milestones in their careers at Newman.
This past year, Chase Blasi, a 2015 Newman University graduate, was elected to the Kansas Senate as State Senator for District 27.
Alumna Jessica Forshee ’10 published two journals and even launched a podcast — all centered around mental health and self help.
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.
Rick Eckert ’92 has always enjoyed working with kids, whether by officiating for youth leagues, coaching youth teams, mentoring … the list goes on.
When it comes to preparing graduates to transform society, the senior capstone project is one of the elements that sets Newman University apart.
Ponka-We Victors-Cozad (center) introduces members of Newman University, including past-president Noreen M. Carrocci, Ph.D., (right of stand) on the House floor. (Courtesy photo)
The 24-hour Theater Project challenges teams to write, direct, rehearse and perform a play from start to finish within 24 hours.
Aliyah Good ’22 juggled nursing school, pregnancy and a newborn while attending Newman University.
Emily Gonzales-Bautista, a fourth-year nursing student at Newman University, hopes to transform society for the better with every patient she serves.
Wesley Williams’ list of career accomplishments is lengthy — and he just graduated from Newman University six years ago.
Married Newman couple Emily (Powell) ’18 and Mark Carlson ’17 help run the Wichita-based store, ICTBooks.
Dakota Heard’s journey since graduating from Newman University in 2020 has not at all been what he’s expected.
Inspired by her own personal struggles with dyslexia, first-year student Haleigh Pearson is earning a degree of difference from Newman University.
We hope you’ve all had a blessed Advent season, and we wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas!
Rebecca Hageman, a December 2022 graduate of Newman University, is ready for her next chapter.
Alumna Rusty Carbaugh ’15 is soaring to new heights — literally — as a second-in-command pilot.
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.
David Denny, a Newman alum who graduated in 1984 with a degree in both marketing and business administration, shared how Father Tom Welk and the relationships he made at Newman saved his life.
Eighteen Newman University students submitted artwork, and three walked away with a cash prize.
We wish you all a blessed Advent season, and we hope you enjoy these special reflections from our Newman University community members.
Alumna Sara Efinger followed her passion for teaching until she found the perfect fit.
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.
A name change isn’t the only aspect that’s different about the newly named School of Business & Technology; Professor David Cochran will step into his new role as dean in January 2023.
In this episode of Newman 360Five, Santa’s elves, Emily and Daniel, have come with questions, looking for answers.
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.
“Slow your roll” is a common expression many college athletes may hear, but for women’s bowler Dakota Lennen, nothing will slow her down.