Free STI testing, September 16th, 12:00pm to 4:00pm. Only 40 spots available. Appointments are required for this medical service. Call 316-978-4792 to reserve your spot. No walk-ins accepted. Masks required.

Student Health Services will offer free STI testing and pizza Sept. 16.

With only 40 spots available, participants can make a reservation by calling 316-978-4792. No walk-ins will be accepted. Masks are required to participate.

Please join us for our next Physics Seminar at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 15 via Zoom. The seminar will feature Alvaro Chavarria, University of Washington Department of Physics assistant professor. The title of the talk will be “Neutrino Physics with Selena.”

Aaron Robinson, Adjunct Instructor of Oboe, poses with his instrument.

Aaron Robinson, Wichita State University College of Fine Arts School Of Music adjunct instructor of oboe and Wichita Symphony Orchestra second oboe, will appear as a soloist with the WSU Symphony Orchestra at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 14 at Miller Concert Hall located in the Duerksen Fine Arts Center.

The program, featuring music by Ludwig van Beethoven, Cesar Franck and Vaughan Williams, will be conducted by Mark Laycock, WSU CFA School of Music director of orchestra and strings. Robinson has performed with the Kansas City Symphony, Dearborn Symphony, and Michigan Philharmonic.

Admission is free for students with a valid WSU ID. All other tickets are $12. For more information, contact  the WSU Fine Arts Box Office 316-978-3233. 

Please join us for an information session about the Wichita State Legal Education Accelerated Degree (LEAD ) program  at 12:30-1:30 p.m. today at the Rhatigan Student Center (room 203).

The LEAD program is a partnership with Kansas University Law. The information session will include  Lumen Mulligan, Earl B. Shurtz research professor and director of LEAD at KU Law, who will be available to answer  questions about LEAD and about KU Law.

This event is free and open to the WSU community. Refreshments will be served.

Society of Women Engineers Annual Career Fair Mixer. Join us! September 13th from 5:30 - 7:30 in the John Bardo Center Lobby. Chat with employers before the Career Fair to learn more about their company, network, and practice your presentation. RSVP on shockersync.

Join the Society of Women Engineers for its annual career fair mixer 5:30-7:30 p.m. Sept. 13 at the John Bardo Center lobby.

This event is an opportunity to chat with employers in a casual setting the night before the Engineering and I.T. Career Fair 2-5 p.m. Sept. 14 at the John Bardo Center.

Wichita State’s Student Government Association will present the unity project to campus during Diversity Week from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 13-17 at the Rhatigan Student Center east courtyard.

Come by during this time to view this interactive piece meant to show the connection among all members of the campus community.

Graphic featuring text 'COMMON GROUND PRODUCERS AND GROWERS AND SHOCKER NEIGHBORHOOD COALITION PRESENT Monday Markets Mobile Farmers Markets in Your Neighborhood Buy fresh and local produce and connect to community resources. 2:30-3:30pm 17th & Oliver/ 21st & Oliver 2nd Mondays June 14 Paradise Baptist Church 4401 E 17th St N (17th &Oliver) July 12 Braeburn Square (21st N and Oliver) Paradise Baptist Church 4401 E 17th St N (17th &Oliver) Aug. 9 Sept. 13 Braeburn Square (21st N and Oliver) Paradise Baptist Church 4401 E 17th St N (17th &Oliver) Oct. 11.'

Come out and join the Office of Engagement at the Monday Market 2:30-3:30 p.m. today at Braeburn Square. Shoppers can browse and buy from an array of items, including fresh fruits and vegetables. Free swag and books will also be available.

Literary Feast. A book club for public radio listeners. China Room, a novel, by Sunjeev Sahota.

The next Literary Feast, KMUW’s monthly book club will take place 5-6 p.m. via Zoom. For September, KMUW’s Staff has selected “China Room” by Sunjeev Sahota.

Reserve your spot ahead of time and KMUW will email a link.

Picture of a student dressed as Michael Jackson striking a pose. On the right includes the following information: Songfest, November 7 2021 and a QR code.

Songfest is back and better than ever! The first Team meeting for Songfest is 5:30-6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 15 at the Rhatigan Student Center (room 258).

Songfest is an annual lip-sync competition. This year, the event will be hosted by Fraternity and Sorority Life, but all studentsare welcome to enter a team into the competition.

As part of Wichita State’s observance of Constitution Week, WSU students Nicole Bloomquist and Luke Wagle will present their summer research project on food deserts and taxpayer-funded economic development 2-3:15 p.m. Sept. 15 at Hubbard Hall (room 231) via Zoom, password 805677.

The event is free and open to the public and will include commentary from Jan Haberly, director of the Lord’s Diner, and Tim Norton. former Sedgwick County Commissioner.

This event is supported by the Battin-Lester Student Research Fund, and sponsored by Fairmount College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the Cohen Honors College and the Department of Political Science.