| Spring 2010
Partnerships play an important role in life. In fact, it is highly unlikely that you will go through life without entering into at least a few partnerships with others, be it a marriage, a business agreement, a carpool, a church or civic committee, or any number of other mutually beneficial relationships.
One of the goals of the Newman University Strategic Plan is to establish partnerships with organizations and businesses that will benefit existing students, help make the university more accessible to prospective students, and create programs that meet the needs of both. Partnerships can make Newman stronger, while creating more opportunities for growth and success, and building a better community. A look at a few current partnerships shows why.
Longtime benefactors of Newman University and the Adorers of the Blood of Christ receive the university’s highest honor.
Newman officials plan two trips to England to celebrate beatification of John Henry Cardinal Newman.
Rev. Nicholas Rouch, S.T.D., delivered this year’s Cardinal Newman Lecture.
Herm Bachrodt and Betty Adams, ASC will each receive a Doctor of Humane Letters, honoris causa during the Spring 2010 Commencement ceremony May 15.
The Gerber Institute for Catholic Studies at Newman University has built a solid foundation since being re-established in 2009.
Anyone who has gone to school has witnessed, perpetrated or been the victim of it. It can be blatant or subtle. In some respects, it has become so common that people hardly notice it when it occurs. Yet the matter in question, bullying, has far-reaching consequences.