Virtual On-Campust Job Fair.

Current and incoming students are invited to attend the Virtual On-Campus Job Fair 1-3 p.m. July 22 via Handshake.

This fair is for all majors at Wichita State University. Meet and chat with staff from various departments across campus who have student assistant, work-study, and graduate assistant employment positions available for the upcoming academic year.

Register and sign-up for schedules begins July 6.

Career workshops to help with resumes and navigating the career fair are also available at the following links:

For questions, contact Lori Godderz, or call 316-978-6568.

Please join us to celebrate Lisa Dodson’s retirement on Tuesday, June 29, 2021 from 3:30-5:00 p.m. at the Corbin Hall Fountain Patio. Feel free to come and go.

Please join us to celebrate Lisa Dodson’s more than 35 years of service to Wichita State University 3:30-5:30 p.m. June 29 at the Corbin Hall Fountain Patio.

Brief remarks will be given at 4 p.m. by Misty Bruckner, WSU Public Policy and Management Center director. Light refreshments will be provided. Feel free to come and go.


Virtual On-Campus Job Fair graphic.

On-campus offices, departments and colleges that need to hire student assistants or graduate assistants for fall 2021 can attend the Virtual On-Campus Job Fair 1-3 p.m. July 22.

On-Campus entities can meet, recruit and receive resumes from Wichita State University students in one convenient location. For university offices that wish to participate, a meeting schedule will be created based on the information provided when filling out the registration form. The deadline to register is July 16.

For questions, contact Lori Godderz, or call 316-978-6568,

Pictures of Danielle Johnson, Neiman Thompson, and Heather Stafford with text: Wichita State University Student Health Services, Tuesday Talks Queer Students of Color & Health Disparities

For the next episode of Tuesday Talks, celebrate Pride Month and join Nurse Heather Stafford, Student Health Services associate director; Danielle Johnson, Office of Diversity and Inclusion assistant director; and Neiman Thompson, Wichita State student, for a discussion about the health disparities that students face when they are both a person of color and part of the LGBTQ community via Youtube.

SHS is also replaying its Pride Month series on its YouTube channel.

Please join OneStop Student Services for a come-and-go farewell reception for Lisa Hansen 3-5 p.m. today, June 4, at the RSC 301 (Gridley Room).

Come for snacks and beverages as we celebrate Lisa and the many years she’s been a part of Wichita State.

Wichita State University School of Nursing Virtual Information Session Friday, June 11 at 12 p.m. Thinking about becoming a nurse? Tune in to learn about School of Nursing program options, admission requirements, and ask questions directly to the nursing program faculty.

Thinking about becoming a nurse? Join us for a virtual information session at noon June 11. This is a great opportunity to speak with faculty members and learn more about our programs and admission requirements. Advance registration is required to attend.

Please join us for the sixth annual Kansas Community Health Worker (CHW) Symposium noon-4 p.m. on June 8. This virtual event will provide advancement opportunities for Kansas CHWs and their allies, host the annual CHW Coalition meeting, and provide an opportunity for networking and dynamic discussion.

To learn more, review the agenda, or register for the event, visit the official Kansas CHW website.

The Office of Academic Affairs will interview three dean candidates for the College of Engineering.

The third candidate, Dr. Sunderesh Heragu, Donald and Cathey Humphreys chair, and regents professor and head, Industrial Engineering and Management, College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology, Oklahoma State University, will be on campus on June 3 and June 4.

Faculty, staff and students are invited to attend a public forum at 4 p.m. June 3 at the Rhatigan Student Center in Room 266. The forum will also be streamed live on YouTube. 

Additional information regarding the candidate can be found on the Academic Affairs website

Ulrich Virtual. Artist Talk. Vitaly Komar.

Soviet émigré artist Vitaly Komar will share how his experiences living in both Cold War superpowers shaped his career in his talk, “The Dance of Dissent: Reflections on Art, Humor, and the Cold War” at 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 1 via Zoom. Komar visited Wichita on his first trip to America in 1979.

Komar gained international acclaim throughout the 1970s and ’80s, along with artist Alexander Melamid, for their biting commentary on the Cold War. Komar and Melamid’s portfolio, “A Ballet: The Life of Stalin,” is part of the Ulrich Museum’s permanent collection and is currently on display in the museum’s summer exhibition On Vacation!

The event is free and open to the public. Registration is required. Click here to register and receive the Zoom link.

Green and white background with text: Tuesday Talks with Student Health Services, Tuesday, June 1, Stress of Returning Back to Work After Covid with Camille Childers, Dr. Jessica Provines, and Brett Morrill

The latest Tuesday Talks episode is now available via the YouTube channel.

The event included a discussion with Nurse Heather, Camille Childers, Dr. Jessica Provines and Brett Morrill about returning to work after COVID-19.