Picture of man walking toward city structures in Aleppo.
September 20, 2021 — Join Dr. Jens Kreinath at 7 p.m., Friday, Sept. 24 at Neff Hall on the second floor for an informative tour of Remember Aleppo. A discussion will follow at 7:30 p.m.
The images showes the exhibit "Crime Scene ICT" It is three different display cases with 2 glass shelves in each case with documents and photographs about the history of Forensic Science in Wichita. The backgound of each case is black with a large red "crime scene" related inmage in each. The first case on the black background is a red fingerprint. In the middle case on the black background is a red outline of a person. On the third case on the black background is a red microscope and vial. Each case has yellow crime scene tape that says "Crime Scene Do Not Cross."
September 16, 2021 — Visit Wichita State's Ablah Library to view it's latest exhibit, "Crime Scene ICT," located on the lower level of Ablah Library, outside of Special Collections. The exhibit was created by Sara Rue, WSU anthropology graduate student.
This photos shows part of an exhibit entitled "Journey Around the World" created by the 2019 Spring Exhibition Class. It shows traditional clothing from Asia.
August 23, 2021 — This unique museum displays cultural objects from all over the world. All of the exhibits were created by students and new exhibits are installed every spring semester.  The collection is also available for research by students and faculty.