An image featuring the Ulrich's outdoor sculpture "Ernest & Ruth," alongside an image of the animated movie, 'Space Jam.'

The Office of Engagement and Ulrich Museum will host a glowing after-hours exploration of the Martin H. Bush Outdoor Sculpture Collection 6-8 p.m. July 21. This event is free and open to the public

After touring the sculptures, participants are invited to venture over to the Duerksen Fine Arts Center to view local vendors beginning at 7 p.m. The Amphitheater will then begin a showing of “Space Jam: A New Legacy” at 9 p.m.

For more information, visit the Ulrich event’s website.

Dr. Neal Allen — associate professor of political science, department chair, undergraduate advisor and Washington and Topeka internship coordinator — will speak on NPR’s “1A” at 10 a.m. today, July 13 on KMUW. During the program, Neal and a legal historian will discuss abortion and democracy in the United States.

How to develop a compelling -- and compliant – SBIR/STTR contract or grant budget" presented by Jim Greenwood Tuesday, July 19th 9:00-11:30 AM CST Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/how-to-develop-a-compelling-compliant-sbirsttr-contract-or-grant-budget-tickets-374606587387

The budget and accounting components of an SBIR/STTR application are one of the most error-prone parts of a typical SBIR/STTR application. Learn how to make sense of it at a virtual event from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, July 19.

  • Make sense out of the perplexing world of the SBIR/STTR cost proposals.
  • Learn how to keep records to the government’s satisfaction when you win an SBIR award.
  • Determine how to develop an indirect rate, what to expect in the way of government audits, and assist you with government accounting terminology.

While aimed at SBIR/STTR competitors and awardees, this is a free one-of-a-kind workshop that has proven valuable for any applicant or recipient of government contracts and grants.

Wichita State University invites you to a SUMMERTIME SOCIAL for all faculty, staff, students, and Innovation Campus Neighbors! Join us for networking, donuts, and a tour of P3 - one of our newest buildings. July 14, 2022, 9a-11a at Partnership 3 Building, 4610 E 18th St (18th and Oliver). Drop by anytime!

The Wichita State campus community is invited to a networking event that combines shopping, donuts and a chance to see the new offices in Partnership Building 3 on the Innovation Campus from 9 to 11 a.m. Thursday, July 14 at 4610 E. 18th St.

The event will also include a trunk show from Lawrence-based brand Spencer Jane, which sells casual-yet-polished career jackets for women. Spencer Jane was started by Logan Brown, a Kansas entrepreneur and Harvard Law School student. Brown worked closely with Wichita State’s Tech Transfer and Commercialization when she was launching her brand.

Campus-Wide Quarterly E-Waste & Shredding Event Friday, July 29th | 11AM - 1PM | NetApp SE Parking Lot • Personal documents accepted for secure shredding • All personal electronics accepted, including appliances • Secure data destruction for E-Waste (hard drive shredder) • On-site assistance available for larger loads Sponsored by The NetApp Green Team // Hosted by NetApp

NetApp will host an E-waste and shredding event 11 a.m.-1 p.m. July Friday, July 29 at its location on Wichita State’s Innovation Campus. The event is open to all students, faculty, staff and innovation partners.

During the event, participants can bring the following items:

•  Personal documents accepted for secure shredding
•  All personal electronics, including appliances
•  Secure data destruction for E-Waste (hard drive shredder)
• On-site assistance available for larger loads

For more information, contact chris.hepner@netapp.com.

Guest hosted by Jean White of 1A. (Picture of Jenn White) Engage ICT Sorting out Facts, Truth, and Opinion. 1A Remaking America WAMU NPR. KMUW Wichita 891.1. July 12.
The July edition of Engage ICT will take place at 7 p.m. Tuesday, July 12 at the Brickyard. The event will be included as part of 1A’s Remaking America.
The event is guest-hosted by 1A’s Jenn White. Panelists will be announced closer to the event. This event will not be live-streamed.

Attendants are required to RSVP. Attendants can also submit their questions in advance to info@kmuw.org.
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In celebration of the 10th anniversary of Higgs boson discovery, Wichita’s State’s High Energy Physics (HEP) Theory Group will host a watch party featuring live video coverage of the national celebration Higgs@10 at 11 a.m. today, June 30 at 262 Rhatigan Student Center.

The Higgs discovery on July 4, 2012, at the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva, Switzerland, was a remarkable milestone in the history of Experimental and Theoretical Particle Physics.

Dr. Terrance Figy, Wichita State Department of Physics, Mathematics and Statistics assistant professor and theoretical physicist, has contributed to the modeling of the Higgs boson production. Dr. Nick Solomey, WSU professor of physics, spent seven years at the European Center for Nuclear Research, the Geneva Switzerland-based research facility where the Higgs boson was discovered.

Participants can also watch the event via Zoom.

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Graduate students in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) speech-language pathology (SLP) program will host their fourth annual Aphasia Awareness Night from 3-5 p.m., Tuesday, July 19 at the Eugene M. Hughes Metropolitan Complex (5015 E. 29th St. North).

The event is geared toward health professions students, but anyone (especially within psychology, counseling and social work) is welcome to attend.

Come learn about working with patients who have aphasia. The event will feature a question and answer session with clients who have acquired aphasia and their caregivers. They will offer insight on the most beneficial techniques and support when working with various healthcare providers. The goal of the event is to foster a multidisciplinary approach to benefit these patients.

All attendants should enter through Entrance N located on the south side of the building (look for the awning). All attendants will then move through various stations throughout the event.

For more information, contact ashley.purdum@wichita.edu.

College of Engineering Fairmount College of Liberal Arts and Sciences College of Health Professions Clash of the Colleges Save the date August 26, 2022 Cessna Stadium 4 PM Visit wichita.edu/clash for more information College of Applied Studies College of Fine Arts W. Frank Barton School of Business

First-Year Programs in Student Success and Campus Activities and Recreation will host Clash of the Colleges Friday, Aug. 26. The event will include relay races, team sports and other competitions between academic colleges to determine who rules the school. Come by yourself or with a group of other new students and enjoy an afternoon of interactive fun. All students are required to sign up with the RSVP form. Registration will close at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 24.

Virtual games and a Super Smash Bros. Ultimate event are also part of Clash of the Colleges. Read more below.

KMUW Wichita 89.1. Literary Feast. Wednesday, July 20. Trust by Hernan Diaz.

The next KMUW Literary Feast will take place from 6-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 20 at KMUW. Dinner will be provided by Public. Literary Feast is KMUW’s monthly book club, featuring selections made by KMUW staff. For July, the staff has selected ‘Trust’ By Hernan Diaz.