Student Jayson Palacios attended Newman for a brief period in 2011, but life circumstances brought him back in 2021 to finish what he started.
Ruel Mannette, Newman’s newest adjunct professor, put his philosophy background to work by teaching an online ethics course this summer.
In recognition of 18 years as superintendent, the learning center in Haysville Unified School District 261 was dedicated to Dr. John Burke.
Five roommates — Hannah Abney, Maddy Conrad, Julia Myers, Alondra Torres and Marlie Wagner — recently took a trip to Washington and Oregon.
Newman University alumna Chelsea Smet (graduate of ’15) recently started the Smet Theatrics theatre company in Lee’s Summit, Missouri.
After serving on Newman University’s National Alumni Board of Directors since 2016, including as vice president, Cindy Miles was recently named president of the board.
Newman alumnus and former wrestler, Dalton Weidl, recently started his new role as head women’s wrestling coach at Ottawa University in Ottawa, Kansas.
As students go through the last semester of the year, stresses begin to accumulate and personal reflection time becomes rare. The Newman University campus ministry office put together a special… Continue reading Campus Ministry Women take a day to reflect
“Animals are such agreeable friends — they ask no questions, they pass no criticisms.” — George Eliot Every person who owns a pet knows how special they are. The Newman… Continue reading Newman University’s favorite furry friends
Debbie Edens, senior administrative assistant to provost, and her husband, Randy, share a fun and creative hobby as historic reenactors. “My husband has more than 35 years under his belt… Continue reading Staff member travels back in time
Newman University is once again welcoming students onto campus for another fun and exciting academic year. The Welcome Back Bash is sponsored by the Campus Activities Board (CAB) and will… Continue reading Join in the fun at the Welcome Back Bash
Hundreds gathered at Central Community Church in Wichita, Kan. on Saturday, May 13 during two separate ceremonies to honor the 2017 spring graduates during this year’s commencement ceremonies.
The First Year Experience (FYE) Leaders are a group of students that are dedicated to enhancing the first-year experience for our students. They serve as resources for guests and students… Continue reading First Year Experience Leaders introduce Newman to new freshman students
The Department of Financial Aid at Newman University is made up of amazing individuals who have helped incoming students throughout the years in countless ways. Among these individuals is Director… Continue reading Newman University recognizes outstanding individual in the Financial Aid Department
Newman senior and University Archives Lead Student Intern Diana Stanley works with the treasures of Newman University and is also helping with the archive’s move to its new home in the basement… Continue reading Treasures of Newman University find a new home
The Newman University Theatre Department presents “As You Like It” by William Shakespeare in the Jabara Flexible Theatre April 6, 7, 8 at 8 p.m and on April 9 at 2 p.m.… Continue reading Newman University Theatre presents ‘As You Like It’ Shakespearean comedy April 6-9
On Friday, March 31, the Newman University art program will host their monthly Final Friday exhibit in the Steckline Gallery with a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Both the reception… Continue reading ‘Resonate with Stillness, Experience Light’ is Final Friday art exhibit
We all know that the spring semester is the most difficult semester to get through, but don’t fret! Spring Break is right around the corner. So take this time to… Continue reading 5 activities for Spring Break on a budget
The Newman University Steckline Gallery presents graphite and acrylic works by Sean Lyman in his show titled “The Overlooked” as the second Final Friday event of 2017. The exhibit begins with… Continue reading The works of Sean Lyman will be featured in this month’s Steckline Final Friday
The Newman University History Department presents Erin Weber, author of “Lennon vs. McCartney: How Beatles History was Written and Re-Written,” at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 9 in the Dugan-Gorges Conference Center.… Continue reading History Department hosts speaker Erin Weber, author of ‘Lennon vs. McCartney’
It’s the most un-wonderful time of the year. Finals are coming up in December and you are probably stressing out — so don’t forget to take some time for yourself.… Continue reading Ten ways to help you de-stress during finals week
Newman University has been issued a $1 million challenge grant from the J.E. and L.E. Mabee Foundation of Tulsa, Okla., to support Facing Forward, a capital campaign to renovate existing… Continue reading Newman University receives $1 million ‘challenge’ grant from the Mabee Foundation
One of many Newman University traditions, the annual Prayer Breakfast, took place on Thursday morning, March 31. The purpose of the event is to set aside a special time of reflection and prayer.… Continue reading Annual Prayer Breakfast focuses on compassion
Newman University will present an outdoor concert from 6:30 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, April 16 featuring nationally known Christian folk/praise musician Ike Ndolo and his band. The concert will… Continue reading Newman University presents Christian recording artist Ike Ndolo in concert April 16
Students on the Newman University campus walked around a detour marked with yellow caution tape as a landscape crew removed trees between the Heimerman Science Center and Eck Hall on… Continue reading First visible progress for the Bishop Gerber Science Center
Newman University and Friends University will again join forces for this year’s spring Career Fair on Highway 54. The event will take place from 3:30 to 6:00 p.m. on Apr. 5,… Continue reading Career Fair – Apr. 5
The Newman University Campus Activities Board (CAB) is hosting their annual Spring Fling. The event takes place from 3 to 6 p.m., Saturday, April 16 on Founder’s Plaza on the Newman University… Continue reading Spring Fling coming April 16
Although exact statistics are difficult to obtain, it is estimated that 21 million people around the world are victims of human trafficking and forced labor. Approximately 5.5 million of those… Continue reading Newman University ‘Human Trafficking Awareness Week’ April 11-16 will feature international, local experts
Athletic Director Vic Trilli recently informed the Newman University community that Judoka classes, instructed by Greg Gideon, on campus are taking off.
Michael Austin, Ph.D., provost and vice president of Academic Affairs, has accepted an offer to become the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs at the University of Evansville in Evansville,… Continue reading Provost, Vice President of Academic Affairs leaving NU for Evansville
In theatre, the old saying goes, “The show must go on!” — even if the play was written only four hours before rehearsals began, and even if the actors and… Continue reading 24-Hour Theatre Project proves the old adage true
The Newman University Theatre Department will present for its spring theatrical production “A Man for All Seasons” at 8 p.m. March 3-5 and at 2 p.m. March 6. All shows… Continue reading Newman University Theatre Department to present ‘A Man for All Seasons’ March 3 – 6
The Newman University Steckline Gallery will present “Sacred Fibers: fibers expressed as holy, venerated, or spiritual” by the Susan De Wit Fiber Group as the sixth show of its 2015-2016… Continue reading Final Friday Feb. 26 at Newman University Steckline Gallery presents ‘Sacred Fibers’ by Susan De Wit Fiber Group
Dean of the College of Undergraduate Studies and Professor of Chemistry David Shubert, Ph.D. believes that, in the future, Newman University can double the number of students in science and… Continue reading Building Newman University’s bright future in science and health sciences
Newman University students and staff members from Campus Ministry and Alumni Relations met with the unexpected, when Winter Storm Jonas hit the area on its trip to the March for… Continue reading March for Life trip a success, despite Winter Storm ‘Jonas’
A little over a decade ago, Elhad Emerllahu came to America from worn-torn Kosovo. At the time he was 9 years old with little knowledge of the American culture, English language,… Continue reading Former Newman basketball player from Europe now coaching women’s team
Newman University student Jed Heath recently received the Horizon Award from the Kansas Department of Education. Each year the Department bestows the Horizon Award to 32 teachers across the state of Kansas. It is given… Continue reading Newman University education student earns Horizon Award for teaching
Newman University Professor of English Bryan Dietrich, Ph.D. was recently contacted about using his poem “Gotham Wanes” on the BBC Radio 4 program “Something Understood.” The show, which explores spiritual and… Continue reading Good show! Bryan Dietrich poem to be featured on the BBC
One of Newman University’s newest faculty members has published his first book. Assistant Professor of Graduate Education Angelo J. Letizia, Ph.D., authored Performance Based Funding in Higher Education, The State of Truth… Continue reading MSED assistant professor pens first book
Newman University was recently ranked tenth in the nation for its online nursing program by Affordable Colleges Online, adding another recognition to the university’s already touted nursing programs. “We made sure… Continue reading Newman University ranked No. 10 for online nursing program