Ruel Mannette, Newman’s newest adjunct professor, put his philosophy background to work by teaching an online ethics course this summer.
Each year, students of all majors have the opportunity to submit short stories, plays, poetry, art and photography for the chance to be published in the Newman student literary journal, Coelacanth (pronounced see-luh-kanth). This year, due to unique circumstances, the decision was made to host a summer unveiling and reading on June 15 in the Jabara Black Box Theatre.
Postponed until May 3 @ 5 pm
Time and place TBD
Newman University officials announced that Brett K. Andrews, MBA, Ph.D., has been named dean of the university’s new School of Business effective May 1, 2016. In August 2015 Newman revealed… Continue reading Newman University names Brett Andrews dean of new business school
The Newman University Board of Trustees has approved a 6 percent tuition increase for the 2016-2017 school year. Tuition rates will remain the same for the Advanced Standing program. With… Continue reading Newman University announces tuition changes for 2016-17
Newman University basketball hit the road Wednesday, March 2, and headed to Tulsa, to compete in the 2016 Heartland Conference Tournament. The men’s basketball team, 16-12 on the season and 9-11… Continue reading Jets fight for win at Heartland Conference Tournament
Newman University has announced three anonymous gifts which provide a major segment of funds raised thus far for a capital campaign to upgrade existing health science facilities and to build the… Continue reading Newman University announces $8.2M in anonymous gifts
The first of two scheduled Newman University Accepted Student Days brought a record number of potential students and their family members to campus Saturday, Feb. 20. Attendance was up 40… Continue reading Record number turn out for first 2016 Accepted Student Day
Joseph Galichia, M.D., president and founder of Galichia Medical Group, is known throughout Wichita as a pioneer in the field of interventional cardiology. What many people don’t know however, is… Continue reading Newman Sonography Program has ties to Galichia, sets student on new path
In a teaching career spanning more than four decades, Professor Emeritus of Biology Surendra Singh, Ph.D., has worked with colleagues to establish the highly respected Department of Biology at Newman… Continue reading Dr. Surendra Singh named Ingram’s ‘Icon of Education’
Since late January, Newman University students have had the opportunity to attend workshops in a series titled Career Skills 101. The series is designed to prepare students with the necessary skills to… Continue reading ‘Career Services 101’ seeks to improve attendance
Case Bell joined Newman University to fill the open position of director of the Academic Resource Center and Title IX/ADA coordinator. Bell, who started at the beginning of February, took… Continue reading Newman University welcomes Case Bell
More than 260 people gathered in the Dugan-Gorges Conference Center on the Newman University campus Saturday, Feb. 6 for what was billed as a “transformational” event. The evening did not disappoint,… Continue reading Newman University Facing Forward Campaign event draws rave reviews and excitement
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
“Don’t wish it was easier, wish you were better. Don’t wish for less problems, wish for more skills. Don’t wish for less challenge, wish for more wisdom.” – Jim Rohn,… Continue reading Career Skills 101 to help Newman University students reach career goals
Newman University officials have announced the students who completed the requirements to earn a degree at the close of the fall 2015 semester. The graduates may walk in cap and gown… Continue reading Newman University announces Fall 2015 graduates
Newman University officials have announced the students on the Dean’s List for the fall semester of 2015. To qualify for this achievement, a student must complete 12 credit hours and… Continue reading Newman University students named to Dean’s List
The Newman University community has experienced acts of incredible faith, feelings of extreme joy and the sorrow of tragic loss this year. Take a look back at our Year in… Continue reading Year in Review: 2015 at Newman University
The holidays are upon us, and Newman University has prepared a season’s greeting with the aid of some faculty and staff members, and current and former students. Click here to view… Continue reading Merry Christmas from Newman University
Newman University will be closed Dec. 23, 2015–Jan. 3, 2016 for the holidays. The university will reopen Monday, Jan. 4. Classes resume Tuesday, Jan. 19. Merry Christmas! We’ll see you next… Continue reading Newman University closes Dec. 23 – Jan. 4
Newman University nursing students Emily Spexarth of Colwich, Kan., and Clarissa Stuhlsatz of Garden Plain, Kan., each received a $500 scholarship to help cover the costs of their studies from… Continue reading Two Newman University students receive Forty & Eight nursing scholarships
Newman University recognized 26 candidates for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at the Fall 2015 Nurses’ Pinning ceremony held Dec. 11 on the Newman campus.
A new sculpture by artist and Newman University adjunct faculty member Mike Miller was recently installed on the campus of Newman University. The work, “Steel Rhythm,” is on loan to… Continue reading ‘Steel Rhythm’ sculpture on two-year loan to Newman University