A ‘last lecture’ to remember with professor Sonja Bontrager

Sonja Bontrager addresses students in the Bishop Gerber Science Center during her fireside chat or "last lecture" series.

The 2024 “last lecture” speaker was Assistant Professor of Spanish Sonja Bontrager, who drew approximately 60 attendees to the fireside chat.

Serving and learning in Guatemala

Katie Stewart (back row, second from the left) with fellow participants of the 2023 Guatemala Study and Serve program.

Student Katie Stewart shares her experience throughout the Guatemala Study and Serve Program.

Students deliver thousands of toothbrushes to Guatemalan children

Students in the Newman University “Study and Serve in Guatemala” program surpassed their goal of collecting 11,000 new toothbrushes for Guatemalan children this year. Through a campaign called Project SONRISA… Continue reading Students deliver thousands of toothbrushes to Guatemalan children

Help students collect 11,000 new toothbrushes by April 1 for Guatemalan children

Students in the “Study and Serve in Guatemala” program are heavily involved in their campaign called Project SONRISA to collect 11,000 new toothbrushes by April 1 for Guatemalan children.

Students aim to collect 11,000 new toothbrushes by April 1 for Guatemalan children

Students in the “Study and Serve in Guatemala” program have launched a campaign called Project SONRISA to collect 11,000 new toothbrushes by April 1 for Guatemalan children.

Students work to collect 11,000 toothbrushes for Guatemalan children

Students in the “Study and Serve in Guatemala” program have launched a campaign to collect 11,000 new toothbrushes by April 1, for Guatemalan children. The campaign, called Project SONRISA, means… Continue reading Students work to collect 11,000 toothbrushes for Guatemalan children

Newman University Recognizes Employees’ Service

Professor of Biology Surendra Singh, Ph.D., and Accounts Receivable Clerk Gail Gettman were among those honored at the annual Newman University employee service awards program Aug. 18.