Wichita Area Sexual Assault Center Advocate, Meredith, is available for appointments in-person and virtually. To schedule, contact (316) 263-0185 or meredith@wichitasac.com.

The Healing from Trauma Support Group is available at 3 p.m. Tuesdays beginning March 22 at the Student Wellness Center. The group is the result of a partnerships between the Wichita Area Sexual Assault Center (WASAC) and Counseling and Prevention Services (CAPS). The group is mean to provide participants a safe space and a path to healing with those who share similar experiences. Members will also participate in various activities and discussions.

For more information, contact meredith@wichitasac.com.

Image with green background and white text Cultural Ambassador Program and Office of International Education Presents ICT (International Coffee and Tea)

The Cultural Ambassador Program (CAP) invites students, faculty and staff to try different types of tea and coffee from around the world at their International Coffee and Tea Event (ICT) noon-1 p.m. Thursday, March 31 at the Rhatigan Student Center (Room 142). Come grab a cup and recharge.

Need to renew or receive your Kansas ID or Driver’s License? Schedule an appointment at the Kansas Department of Motor Vehicles website and you can begin the process of renewing or receiving a Kansas ID or license at a DMV Mobil Event March at the Rhatigan Student Center (RSC) Room 266. Representatives from the Kansas DMV will be available by appointment at the RSC during this time.

This opportunity is available to both international and domestic students, staff, and faculty. Members are required to have a wichita.edu email to sign up reserve a time. Appointments are limited.

Visit the Wichita State Mobile at DMV Event website for a complete list of services and items required for the event.

The Wichita State University Police (WSUPD) will conduct a Sergeant’s Promotion Process at 1 p.m. Wednesday, March 16 at the Rhatigan Student Center (Room 313). Part of the process will include a short presentation followed by a question and answer with each of the three candidates. The campus community is invited to attend and provide feedback for the candidates.

CRISIS IN UKRAINE AND RUSSIA NATO, United Nations, sanctions, democracy and autocracy Tuesday, March 22 11:00-12:15 Rhatigan Student Center Room 142 (Harvest Room) Free and Open to all WSU students, faculty and staff Political Science Department Panelists Dr. Dinorah Azpuru Dr. Michael Hall Dr. Alexandra Middlewood Dominik Lett, '22 Political Science Major Moderated by Neal Allen, Chair of Political Science Audience questions and comments welcome

The Department of Political Science will host a panel about the Ukraine-Russia conflict beginning at 11 a.m. Tuesday, March 22 at the Rhatigan Student Center Harvest Room (Room 142). The panelist will include the following members:

  • Dr. Dinorah Azpuru, professor of political science
  • Dr. Michael Hall, associate professor of political science
  • Dr. Alexandra Middlewood, associate professor of political science
  • Dominik Lett, political science major
  • Moderator – Neal Allen, chair of political science

Audience questions and comments welcome

The panelists will address issues related to the underlying triggers of the crisis, NATO, the sanctions on Russia, democracy, autocracy, and the resolution against Russia at the United Nations General Assembly. The event is open to all Wichita State students, faculty and staff.

Text displayed in image: FREE Computing Tools for Researchers and Instructors, Tuesday, March 22, 2020, 11 am -12 pm, RSC 301 Gridley Room, Speakers: Kyle Hutson and Terrance Figy, Office of Research and BeoShock HPC

Do you want to learn what WSU is doing to enhance capabilities in the area of research computing? Join a “Computing tools for research and instruction” instruction at 11 a.m.-noon March 22 at the Rhatigan Student Center Gridley Room.

During the session, Fairmount College of Liberal Arts and Sciences assistant professor and undergraduate coordinator Dr. Terrance Figy and Kansas State University system administrator Kyle Huston will provide an overview of computing tools that are available to faculty and students at Wichita State:

Free computing tools at WSU

  • Machine Learning Tools – TensorFlow, Spark
  • Tools for Coders – Python, C++, C, Fortran, R
  • General Purpose Tools: MATLAB, MATHEMATICA, Python, R

Free access to regional multi-user computing facilities (hardware tools):

Woman in a lab coat smiling. Text: Health Professions Career Fair, Wednesday, March 23, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. | RSC 3rd Floor, Go to wichitastate.joinhandshake.com for more info!

Shocker Career Accelerator is hosting the Health Professions Career Fair 11 a.m. -1 p.m. March 23,  on the 3rd floor of the Rhatigan Student Center. This event is open to students of all majors.

Woman in a lab coat smiling. Text: Health Professions Career Fair, Wednesday, March 23, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. | RSC 3rd Floor, Go to wichitastate.joinhandshake.com for more info!

Please encourage students to attend the Health Professions Career Fair 11 a.m.-1 p.m. March 23. on the third floor of the RSC. This event is hosted by Shocker Career Accelerator and is open to students of all majors. For more information, visit Handshake.

F45 Playoffs April 29 6 am-8pm Heskett Center Test Yourself only 10 minutes 10 stations 45 seconds work 15 seconds rest register today with any of our instructors free registration for all participants* wichita.edu/campusrec F45PLAYOFFS.com *community members have a $10 Fee

Test your athletic skills at the F45 Playoffs 6 a.m.-8 p.m. April 29 at the Heskett Center. The event will include 10, 10-minute stations, working for 45 seconds and resting for 15 seconds. Register today with an F45 instructor at the Heskett Center.

The Graduate School and Office of Research will host a grant-writing workshop with presenter Fran Cook 12:30-2 p.m. Wednesday, March 23, at the Rhatigan Student Center Harvest Room (Room 142). The workshop will cover how to make clear, concise and consistent grant proposals.