In honor of Native American Heritage Month, general maintenance technician Robert Crossland shares his family traditions as part of the Northern Cherokee Nation.
Students, faculty and staff came together and enjoyed more than 20 food dishes from 16 different countries/origins during the international bruncheon on October 24.
Terri Houston, diversity expert from the Center for Leadership Development, Inc., spoke on the Newman University campus Wednesday, Feb. 11, as part of the 2015-16 LEAD Series. “The LEAD Series is… Continue reading Houston starts diversity conversation during LEAD Series
The 2016 spring semester LEAD Series will kick off with Terri Houston, diversity expert from the Center for Leadership Development, Inc. Houston will speak at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 11, in the Dugan-Gorges… Continue reading Spring LEAD Series kicks off with Terri Houston
College-bound students seeking a diverse student body now have reason to put Newman University at the top of their list. According to a campus ethnic diversity study completed by U.S.… Continue reading Newman University ranks ‘Top College’ for ethnic diversity in Kansas
Richard Lapchick, Ph.D. delivered his lecture “Diversity in Sports” to a group of Newman University students, faculty, staff and alumni on Tuesday, Nov. 10, covering civic and social issues including… Continue reading Civil rights activist Richard Lapchick on the power of sports
The Gerber Institute for Catholic Studies at Newman University will present a lecture by Richard Lapchick, Ph.D. entitled “Diversity in Sports.” The lecture will be at 7 p.m., Nov. 10, in the… Continue reading Lecture: Richard Lapchick – Diversity in Sports