New Wichita City Manager Robert Layton, Sedgwick County Commission Chairman Kelly Parks and Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce president Bryan Derreberry laid out how they expect to handle the demands… Continue reading Chamber, city and county want to help those in need
Those volunteers consisted of Newman University students, who wore bio hazard suits to battle the mold and Spirit AeroSystems employees, who provided countless hours of volunteer time. In fact, more… Continue reading House of hope
Wichita area residents unemployed due to economic cutbacks and layoffs, may get a little extra help if they plan to go back to school.
The power of the work done in Newman’s classrooms is far-reaching. Dr. Surendra Singh, professor of biology, was recently reminded of this when he received an email from Kandahar, Afghanistan.… Continue reading Alumni Sighting in Afghanistan
A recent report shows that 100 percent of first-year Newman University students who responded to a survey feel they have a positive relationship with their professors. That figure is just… Continue reading Freshman Students Score 100% on Positive Ties with Faculty
Newman University officials have revived the practice of bestowing honorary degrees. The university will now present a Doctor of Humane Letters, honoris causa degree to two notable and accomplished members… Continue reading Newman awards honorary degrees
Newman University men’s basketball head coach Mark Potter recorded his 200th career victory after the Jets routed York College, 119-68 Saturday evening at Fugate Gymnasium. Potter is in just his… Continue reading Jets give Mark Potter win number 200
Newman University will hold the Fall 2008 Baccalaureate Mass and Commencement ceremony on Dec. 12 and Dec. 13, respectively. The university will also honor two members of the religious community… Continue reading Two Honorary Degrees to Be Awarded at Newman University Fall 2008 Graduation Ceremonies
Newman University men’s basketball Head Coach Mark Potter is on the verge of an unlikely milestone. Potter re-started the Newman basketball program in 1998 after an 11-year hiatus and now,… Continue reading Newman’s Potter Seeks Win No. 200
A recent report shows that 100 percent of first-year Newman University students who responded to a survey feel they have a positive relationship with their professors.
Sharon Grace, a 1992 Kansas Newman College graduate, was the focus of an article in the Nov. 11, 2008 Wichita Eagle.
Newman President Noreen M. Carrocci, Ph.D. was the featured speaker at the Wichita Professional Communicators monthly lunch meeting
On Tuesday, Oct. 28 Miss Kansas 2008 Emily Deaver visited Newman during the Save A Life Tour.
The spring 2009 online course schedule is now available. Registration for the spring semester begins Oct. 20. Printed schedules will also be available that day. The priority registration schedule is… Continue reading Spring ’09 Registration
Newman University has teamed with a number of local businesses, government agencies and private organizations to fight drinking and driving and other alcohol abuse by co-sponsoring The National Save A… Continue reading Save A Life Tour Oct. 28-29
It’s at 7PM Tuesday night at Performance Hall at Newman University. For the full story, visit http://www.kwch.com/Global/story.asp?s=9177104.
On Oct. 9, Cleo Littleton, an inductee of the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame (KSHF) in 2005, spoke to members of Newman’s Sports Psychology class.
The Newman University Chorale and Troubadours will present their first concert of the year Sunday, Oct. 12, at 3 p.m. in the De Mattias Performance Hall on campus.
Newman University raised $159 for “Don Your Denims for Kyle Day,” a city-wide jeans day on July 31 to help raise money for the Children’s Organ Transplant Association on behalf… Continue reading ‘Don Your Denims For Kyle Day’ Update
Tarcisia Roths, ASC, a 1948 and 1954 Newman graduate, Newman professor emerita of history and Newman president from 1991 to 2000, celebrated her 60th anniversary with the Adorers of the… Continue reading Tarcisia Roths, ASC Celebrates 60 Years As Adorer
The 74th Annual National Baseball Congress (NBC) World Series starts Aug. 1 at Lawrence Dumont Stadium and many participants are staying in Newman residence halls.
Newman University faculty and staff are invited to be a part of “Don Your Denims for Kyle Day,” a city-wide jeans day. Participants are asked to donate at least $3… Continue reading Newman University to participate in “Don Your Denims for Kyle Day” July 31
Recently graduated Newman University students Amanda Stanley of Goddard, Kan., and Daniel Bryan of Tulsa, Okla., were honored at a July 17 luncheon as recipients of the Leona J. and… Continue reading Ablah Award Recipients Honored At Luncheon
Close to 20 people attended a July 16 reception at Newman University to honor former Newman Board of Trustees members.
The Kansas Humanities Council (KHC) has awarded a $13,375 grant to help fund selective areas in Newman University’s 75th Anniversary Celebration. The funds will help support the Alumni Association’s “Operation… Continue reading Kansas Humanities Council Grant to Help Fund 75th Anniversary
In addition to our public school system, Wichita also offers more than 35 private and parochial school choices.
Construction continues to move forward on the Newman University Campus Mall. The new parking lot and west portion of the mall have been completed and irrigation and landscaping work has… Continue reading New Campus Mall Photos, Construction Up-date
Sept. 12, 2008 is the 75th Anniversary of Newman University, so this coming school year, make sure you are a part of the celebration!
Michael Austin, Ph.D. will assume the duties of Newman University provost and vice president for Academic Affairs beginning Monday, June 2. Austin was selected for the position in December 2008… Continue reading Newman Welcomes Michael Austin As Provost, V.P. For Academic Affairs
Contributed by Director of Editorial Services Ken Arnold Newman University is one of 18 private institutions of higher learning in the state that will take part in Kansas Private College… Continue reading Newman Welcomes High School Visitors – Kansas Private College Week
The Newman School of Education has been awarded full accreditation by the NCATE.
Newman University graduates Daniel Bryan and Amanda Stanley are the 2008 recipients of the Ablah Awards. Bryan, of Tulsa, Okla., is the recipient of the 2008 Harvey J. Ablah Award,… Continue reading Bryan, Stanley Receive Prestigious Student Awards
Contributed by Director of Editorial Services Ken Arnold When Cassandra (Cass) McCullough came to Newman University as a freshman in 2004, she knew exactly what she wanted: To grow in… Continue reading Newman University Student Cass McCullough Looks Forward to a Career of Service, Medicine
Contributed by Director of Editorial Services Ken Arnold Anthony Dozier could have just given up. He had plenty of reasons.
The Newman University Music Department will present their spring musical, theatrical production “To The Stage” Friday and Saturday, April 25 and 26 at 7:30 p.m. in the Performance Hall of… Continue reading Spring Musical April 25 and 26
On Monday, April 28 Rev. Bernard Gorges will present “The Gift of Fatherhood” at 7 p.m. in the Dugan-Gorges Conference Center of the Dugan Library and Campus Center.
Noreen Carrocci, President of Newman University, is getting the chance to experience something most people only dream of. She’s heading to our nation’s capital to meet the spiritual leader of… Continue reading Newman University President Will Meet Pope
Newman University now has an account with a search engine on the Internet called “GoodSearch.” GoodSearch.com will give a penny to Newman for every submitted search. Replace your regular search… Continue reading Search the Web and Give to Newman!
Last Wednesday, April 2, Newman University sophomores in the Adorers of the Blood of Christ (ASC) Community Leader Scholars program visited Via Christi Pediatrics Child Life Center to give coloring… Continue reading ASC Student Scholars Help Children
Construction work for the new Campus Mall project began this week with the removal of trees just west of Sacred Heart Hall (SHH) and southwest of the De Mattias Fine… Continue reading Trees Removed for Campus Mall Construction