Shocker Store Pop-Up Shop. WSU West Lobby. Wed, March 6. 4-7 p.m. Shop for some great Shocker gear and enter to win prizes

The Shocker Store is headed to WSU West for a pop-up shop from 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 6.

The Shocker Store will be set up in the main lobby of WSU West so guests can shop for some great Shocker gear and enter to win some fabulous Shocker prizes.

No purchase necessary for prize giveaway. Credit and debit cards only. The next pop-up shop will be on April 24.

Financial Wellness Workshop. Spring Break on a Budget. March 6. 11:30-2:00. RSC Table.

Visit the Shocker Financial Wellness team as it goes over “Spring Break on a Budget” from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 6 on the first floor of the Rhatigan Student Center. Enjoy spring break without breaking the bank.

International Social on Wednesday, March 6th, at 6:00pm in the Shocker Grill and Lanes. SGA will be providing FREE food, bowling, pool, games, and a competition to win prizes.

Come join the Student Government Association (SGA) and the International Student Union for a night full of fun at 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 6 at the Shocker Sports Grill & Lanes in the Rhatigan Student Center.

They will provide food, bowling, pool and games at no additional charge, and there is going to be a fun competition for a chance to win an Apple Watch and a $50 Shocker Store gift card.

Procrastination Prevention Night 27 March, 2024 6pm - 12am Free Entry

Don’t let the mid-semester blues get your students down. Encourage them to join the Shocker Learning Center and University Libraries for a night of support at the late-night study event, tailored just for them, happening from 6 p.m. to midnight, March 27 at Ablah Library.

Featuring workshops, tutoring sessions, arts and crafts, mindfulness activities, and more. They’ll have all the tools they need to conquer the rest of the semester.

Plus, they’re covered with coffee and snacks to keep them fueled and focused throughout the night. More information to come.

Procrastination Prevention Night 27 March, 2024 6pm - 12am Free entry

Don’t let the mid-semester blues get you down. Join the Shocker Learning Center and University Libraries for a night of support at its late-night study event, designed for students, from 6 p.m. to midnight March 27 in Ablah Library.

Featuring workshops, tutoring sessions, arts and crafts, mindfulness activities and more. Students will have all the tools they need to conquer the rest of the semester.

Plus, enjoy coffee and snacks to keep you fueled and focused throughout the night. Stay tuned for more information.

On Tues March 5th at 4:00pm, the international careers panel co-sponsored by Pi Sigma Alpha and the Department of Political Science features WSU Political Science alumni, located in Japan, Switzerland, Qatar, and Taiwan. The event will take place on zoom. There is a yellow world map with dots on the locations: Japan, Switzerland, Qatar, and Taiwan.

Political science alumni, located in Japan, Switzerland, Qatar, and Taiwan, talk about their international careers, at 4 p.m. Tuesday, March 5 via Zoom.

The event is co-sponsored by Pi Sigma Alpha and the Department of Political Science.

Kansas Women in State Employment (WISE) fourth annual women's conference, Taking Action, is Thursday, March 7 on Zoom. The one-day conference includes three events.

In celebration of International Women’s Day, Kansas WISE 2024: Taking Action will take place March 7. This year’s events are designed to emphasize the empowerment of taking action in your own lives whether it be personally or professionally.

The event is free and open to all State of Kansas employees. A more detailed agenda and session descriptions are below along with registration information.

Kicking off late morning with a panel discussion of inspiring women, we will transition to an afternoon of breakout sessions where you choose your path. Afternoon sessions include the power of self-talk, community engagement and action steps we can take to support women’s advancement and sense of belonging in the workplace.

Each event has a separate registration. You will receive a confirmation email for each event you register to attend that includes your unique link and the option to add the event to your calendar.

  • Panel discussion
    11:45 a.m. -1:15 p.m.
    Join Kansas WISE and a panel of inspiring women in a conversation about their unique experiences with taking action and making choices and the empowerment and self-care that comes with it. Panelists to be announced soon.
  • Session one, one breakout. 1:30-2:30 p.m.:
    The Power of Self-Talk
    Self-talk is the inner dialogue that shapes our thoughts, feelings, and actions. In this session, explore how negative and positive self-talk can impact our work and well-being. Walk away with strategies to improve self-talk patterns for the better.
  • Session two, two breakouts, choose one. 3-4 p.m.:
    • Civic Leadership Pathways
      Presented by Emily Vietti from the KU’s Institute for Leadership Studies, Civic Leadership Pathways prepares you to be more civically engaged by giving you the confidence to say “Yes!” to serving your community. You’ll also learn more about the Ready to Run Campaign Training for Women and how to get involved in their 2024 class.
    • Advancing and Belonging in the Workplace
      Join KU’s Inspiring Women in Public Administration for a facilitated conversation using Covey’s Circle of Influence and Control to reflect on actions steps we can take to support women’s advancement and sense of belonging in the workplace.

Please direct questions to KansasWISE@ks.gov.

Pee for Pizza call (316) 978-4792 to schedule an appointment. Decorative pizza slice images and sponsor logs of Student Health, ODI, Positive Directions, and Shocker Sport Grill and Lanes

Student Health Services (SHS) is hosting its next Pee for Pizza event. It will take place noon-4 p.m. Wednesday, March 6 at the Student Wellness Center in the Steve Clark YMCA.

Pee for Pizza is a sexual health awareness event that allows participants to test for sexually transmitted illnesses such as gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, HIV and hepatitis C and know their status at no additional charge. Pizza is also provided to participants.

Co-sponsored by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Positive Direction and Shocker Sports Grill and Lanes, Pee for Pizza is by reservation only. No walk-ins will be accepted. Participants must not use the restroom at least one hour before testing.

For more information or to make a reservation, contact SHS at 316-978-4792. Other testing is available upon request.

The images are of Upward Bound Math Science participants during the summer 2023 and academic year. Students are participating in stem activities such as robotics, stem networking, go create, and meeting the WSU president.

Shockers are encouraged to apply for the Upward Bound Math Science (UBMS) summer Tutor Counselor positions. This is an opportunity to mentor and tutor first-generation high school students who go through the UBMS summer college simulation. Upward Bound Math Science is seeking individuals who enjoy working with youth, are motivated and have good leadership qualities.

The position will be held from May 20th, 2024- July 3, 2024. Training, room and board, and paid salary will be provided for those who are hired.

Shockers interested in learning more about the position can join the informational meeting from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 29 in 203 Rhatigan Student Center, Lancelot Room. Light refreshments will be provided.

To attend the informational or receive more information, Shockers can fill out the online form.

Empower students and fuel learning by honing strategic thinking and fostering innovation by encouraging them to sign up for Clash Build Cash.

Clash Build Cash offers students the chance to compete for $6,000 in prizes while having fun. By sharing the opportunity with students, they will be inspired to reach new heights.