Beginning this summer, Friends University will offer two new coding boot camps. The first camp, July 9-14, will focus on the programming language of C++, and the second camp, July 16-21, will cover the topics of C# and .NET coding. Both camps are geared toward adults and high school students who have completed their sophomore […]

Wichita, KS- The Friends University Faculty Brass Quintet will perform Monday, April 2, at 7:30 p.m. in Sebits Auditorium, Riney Fine Arts Center. The Faculty Brass Quintet will perform a series of selections based on dance, moving chronologically from the Renaissance period through today. The program also will include formal dance music as well as […]

Wichita, KS – The Friends University Tower Wind Quintet will present its 17th annual recital Tuesday, March 27, at 7:30 p.m. The quintet is comprised of faculty members: Amy Hoffman, flute; Rachelle Goter, clarinet; Cindy Thompson, oboe; Denise Kintzel, horn; and Kimme Whittemore, bassoon. Featured soprano soloist Rolaine Hetherington will join the quintet. Hetherington serves […]

Friends University’s Master of Health Care Leadership program will host several business leaders in a roundtable discussion regarding health care industry challenges April 10. The event, which is free and open to the public, will take place in the Olive White Garvey Business and Technology Building, Room 203, at Friends University. Experts from multiple disciplines […]

The Engaged Brain teacher education conference, scheduled for June 19-20 at Friends University, will equip educators with methods and skills to spark, sustain and develop student learning. Friends University will offer two graduate-level credits (as well as an option for auditing), which can be used for re-licensure, career advancement or degree completion. Keynote speaker Dr. […]