Graphic featuring text 'Another adventrue-Join us for a going-away party in honor of Nancy Loosle-Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2021-4-5 p.m.-Rhatigan Student Center Aster Lounch-Third floor.'

Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Teri Hall will host a come-and-go reception for Nancy Loosle 4-5 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 1 at the Aster Lounge located on the third floor of the Rhatigan Student Center. Brief remarks will take place at 4:15 p.m.

Nancy will be leaving her position as assistant dean of students and director of student involvement for a new position at Radford University in Roanoke, Virginia. Nancy has been an instrumental part of the development of Wichita State’s Division of Student Affairs for almost 20 years. Her role has evolved and developed as WSU Student Involvement changed to adjust to the changing needs of students and the institution. She has been a valued voice on the WSU Student Affairs Leadership Team and within the dean of students area. She has mentored and advised countless students and young professionals. Her steady leadership will be greatly missed.

The WSU Division of Student Affairs thanks Nancy for the incredible work she has done during her time at WSU, and congratulates her for the opportunity to share her skills with a new institution.

Image has the words "Mikrokosmos 67 Release Party" in large white font. Underneath this image is the cover of the new volume of Mikrokosmos which features an abstract art piece with red and black triangles. Underneath this image features the words "when" and "where." The when part lists Friday, September 17th at 5pm. The where part lists McKnight Atrium. The image includes texts on the side that states "Follow us on twitter and instagram @Mikrokosmosmojo. In white font underneath these words, it reads "come celebrate Mikrokosmos 67 edition with refreshments and readings by contributors. For more information on Mikrokosmos and the creative writing program, visit Readings begin at 5:30PM."

Join Wichita State’s English Department for the release party of the 67th volume of Mikrokosmos beginning at 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 17 at the McKnight Atrium. Mikrokosmos is the literary journal for the English Department’s Master of Fine Arts degree in creative writing.

All students, faculty and members of the community are invited. The  party will feature readings from our contributing authors.

Mikrokosmos accepts submissions from all students and alumni at WSU. Join us to learn more about Mikrokosmos and celebrate our newest volume.


The College of Health Professions is pleased to host Dr. Timothy Church, M.D., M.P.H., and Ph.D., and Wondr Health chief medical officer (formerly Naturally Slim) for the presentation Five Graphs that will Change Everything You Thought You Knew About Exercise and Health at 3 p.m. Sept. 30 at the Campus Activities Center Theater. The event is free and open to the public.

Dr. Church, MD, MPH, PhD, is one of the country’s clinical leaders in exercise and weight management and is quoted frequently in major national media outlets including U.S. News & World Report, the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Time Magazine and CNN.  Dr. Church has been instrumental in the development of the Wondr curriculum, which is inspired by his medical expertise and has been adopted by 30 states, including the State of Kansas.

As the author of more than 300 published clinical articles, Dr. Church has received numerous awards for his research in preventive health and is recognized internationally for his presentations. He also served as the vice president of medical and laboratory research at The Cooper Institute located in Dallas, Texas. The institution is recognized for its comprehensive studies on human performance and disease prevention. He also served as professor of preventive medicine at Pennington Biomedical Research Center at Louisiana State University.

Getting Started with GIS - 12 - 1 p.m. Friday, Sept. 10 -

Join introductory Geographic Information Systems (GIS) workshop hosted by geographer Dr. Joseph Kerski — a geographer who works for Esri, the global market leader in GIS technology — noon-1 p.m. Friday Sept. 10 via Zoom. Getting Started with GIS is a no-cost, online workshop hosted by University Libraries.

GIS is a framework to gather and analyze geospatial data that uses maps and 3D models, enabling users to visualize geospatial data in fields such as geology, meteorology, political science and history. During the workshop, Kerski will introduce the fundamentals of and tools of GIS including ArcGIS Online.

Need help with Ultra? There is another "Please Help Me With Ultra!" workshop 10:30 a.m. to noon Thursday, Sept. 9 via Zoom.

Need help with Ultra? There is another “Please Help Me With Ultra!” workshop 10:30 a.m. to noon Thursday, Sept. 2 via Zoom. The class is hosted by Mary Morriss Media Resources Center Learning Management System specialist and Dr. Freh Wuhib, MRC Science, Technology, Engineering and Math senior instructional designer.

Join us! / 64th Session / State of the Student Body Address / September 1Donuts & Coffee with SGA 7:30a.m. ⎯ 9:30a.m. RSC Patio / Free Kona Ice Truck 3p.m. - 4:30p.m. RSC East Patio / SOTSB Address 7:30a.m. ⎯ 9:30a.m. RSC 233

The Student Government Association (SGA) will host two events providing students coffee, donuts and Kona Ice leading up to the annual State of the Student Body address (SOTSB) Sept. 1 at the Rhatigan Student Center patio. The day of events include the following:

  • Free Donuts and Coffee with SGA 7:30-9:30 a.m.
  • Free Kona Ice Truck 3-4 p.m.
  • SOTSB Address 7-8 p.m.

The SOTSB will also include refreshments and end with a gathering for students to meet their student representatives and discover SGA’s role in the student body.

Rie Bloomfield Organ Series Marcussen organ in Wiedemann Hall 2021-2022 season [on left: Picture of Lynne Davis]. WSU logo in middle. Wednesdays in Wiedemann With Lynne Davis September 8, 2021 5:15pm Free Admission Most concerts will be live-streamed on the WSU School of Music Facebook page. Wednesdays in Wiedemann will also be recorded for our YouTube channel. For information on WSU’s degrees and certificate in organ, email or visit

You are cordially invited to attend the first of the 2021-2022 edition of Wednesdays in Wiedemann with Lynne Davis, WSU CFA School of Music associate professor of organ, which will take place at 5:15 p.m. Sept. 8 at Wiedemann Hall. Davis will play the great Marcussen organ at Wiedemann during these performances. These events are free and open to the campus community.

The concert will also be live-streamed on the Wichita State University School of Music Facebook page. More information can be found at the link below.

Rie Bloomfield Organ Series Marcussen organ in Wiedemann Hall. 2021-2022 season Distinguished Guest Artists Tuesdays at 7:30pm. September 21, 2021. Nathan Laube, organ Professor Staatliche Hochschule fur Musik und Darstellende Kunst, Stuttgart, Germany. International Consultant in Organ Studies, Royal Birminham Conservatoire, United Kingdom November 9, 2021 Balint Karosi, organ Artistic director of the Saint Peter’s Bach Collegium and Cantor at Saint Peter’s Church, New York City April 19, 2022. Christopher Houlihan, organ John Rose College Organist and Directorship, Distinguished Chair of Chapel Music at Trinity College in Harford, Connecticut WSU Logo in middle Wednesdays in Wiedemann with Lynne Davis Wednesdays at 5:15pm. FREE ADMISSION September 8, 2021 October 13, 2021 November 23, 2021. Christmas concert February 2, 2022 March 2, 2022 April 6, 2022 April 27, 2022. Annual POPS concert Most concerts will be live-streamed on the WSU School of Music Facebook page. Wednesdays in Wiedemann will also be recorded for our YouTube channel. For information on WSU’s degrees and certificate in organ, email or visit

Wichita State’s College of Fine Arts School of Music is excited to announce the 2021-2022 season of the Rie Bloomfield Organ Series beginning with distinguished organist Nathan Laube 7:30 pm Tuesday, Sept. 21 at Wiedemann Hall. For tickets, please call the Fine Arts Box Office at 316-978-3233 or visit the CFA Box Office. For more information about the series, click the button below.

Wednesdays in Wiedemann with Lynne Davis — WSU CFA School of Music associate professor of organ — will also continue beginning at 5:15 p.m. Sept. 8. These events are free and open to the campus community.

All performances will be conducted on the great Marcussen organ at Wiedemann Hall. 

Please join us for our next Physics Seminar at 2 p.m.  Wednesday, Sept. 1 at Jabara Hall (room 126), This talk features Aditya Sharma, Wichita State University Physics department graduate teaching assistant and Hall-Schneider Fellow. The title of the seminar is “Effect of Low-Temperature Opacities on Stellar Isochrones.”

Graphic with text reading 'Monday Melodies. Live music in the RSC the last Monday of each month! August 30. 11 a.m.-1 p.m. RSC Starbucks Lounge. Featuring Miguel Antonio.'

Head over to the Rhatigan Student Center from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 30 for Monday Melodies, a new live music series free to the campus community.

Monday Melodies will happen on the last Monday of each month. During the Aug. 20 event, Miguel Antonio will sing and play guitar at the RSC Starbucks Lounge.