Thanks to the American Passport Project grant through the Institute of International Education (IIE), up to 25 Newman students can receive funds to obtain a U.S. passport and support their study abroad journeys.
Read on to hear about Hadassah Umbarger’s firsthand experience while she traveled through Europe by train, accompanied by other Newman classmates.
For the spring semester, sophomore Emily Pachta of Wichita studied abroad at Newman University’s sister school in Birmingham, England, and nears the end of her adventure in blog No. 8.
For the spring semester, sophomore Emily Pachta of Wichita studied abroad at Newman University’s sister school in Birmingham, England, and nears the end of her adventure in blog # 7.
Sophomore Emily Pachta of Wichita is studying abroad at Newman University’s sister school in Birmingham, England, and continues her latest adventures in blog No. 6.
In Emily Pachta’s latest blog post, she hosts a United States-themed dinner party for her international friends.
Every other year, students are offered an opportunity to learn about the history and culture of Europe in the classroom and then travel to experience and expand that knowledge. Professor… Continue reading The ‘Europe by Rail’ experience
Newman University theology graduate students experienced the Holy Land during spring break.
With similarities in namesake, mission and academic rigor, Newman University in Wichita works closely with Newman University in Birmingham, England, to create and maintain study abroad opportunities for students between both… Continue reading Student spends semester in England at Newman University
Graduate students in the theology program recently returned from a pilgrimage to Rome.
The whole world is out there waiting for you to make your mark. At Newman University we are able to provide students with study abroad experiences, service trip opportunities or… Continue reading Where will you go? Travel abroad at Newman