The Shocker Career Accelerator is hosting two on-campus job fairs over the summer. The first is from 1 to 3 p.m. July 28 and the second is from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Aug. 25. Both events will be hosted in the Rhatigan Student Center Beggs Ballroom.

These events allow Wichita State offices and departments to connect with undergraduate and graduate students interested in applying for open positions.

For more information, contact Lori Godderz at

Image of graduate silhouettes, fountain illustration, COLLEGE OF APPLIED STUDIES - Meet us at the Fountain a COMMENCEMENT RECEPTION to celebrate with our 2023 graduates & families - SATURDAY, MAY 13, 2023 3-4 PM, Corbin Education Building Fountain & Patio,

College of Applied Studies (CAS) graduates and their families are invited to join CAS for a reception following the 2023 commencement ceremony from 3 to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 13 at the Corbin Education Building outdoor patio space. There will be light refreshments and music.

On Thursday, May 11, Usha Haley, W. Frank Barton Distinguished Chair in International Business at the Barton School and the board of the World Trade Council of Wichita (WTCouncil) invite the community to its final dinner program of the academic year.

Mexico is the focal country of this event, and the Consul General of Mexico is the featured speaker.  Mexico is Kansas’s largest trading partner and in December, overtook Canada to become the U.S.’s largest trading partner. WTCouncil will open World Trade Week as has been traditional with an announcement through the governor’s and mayor’s proclamations. It will also announce this year’s recipients of the Dharma de Silva Study Abroad Scholarship, sponsored by the de Silva family and the WTCouncil for WSU students. WTCouncil annually sponsors about 11 students for study abroad.

  • Social, dinner and presentation: Members-$45, Non-members-$55, WSU Student-$25 (non-WSU students by prior arrangement)
  • Seating for presentation only: No charge

Contact Sherryl Hubble for reservations and other information at or 316-978-3176.

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As part of 1A’s Remaking America, KMUW will present a special edition of Engage ICT on the future of higher education at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 9 at Roxy’s Downtown, 412 E. Douglas Ave. 1A host Jenn White will guest host the event.

The event will include the following panelists:

  • Max McCoy, professor of journalism at Emporia State University
  • Cammie Kennedy, College and Career Center at Wichita East High School
  • Shirley Lefever, executive vice president and provost at Wichita State University
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KMUW’s monthly book club features selections made by its staff. For May, KMUW is reading “The Last Animal” by Ramona Ausubel.

Participants will meet from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 17 at KMUW for a group discussion over dinner and drinks. Dinner is provided by Public, and guests are invited to bring a beverage to share with the group.

Zach Gearhart, chief of staff, will update faculty and staff on legislative issues raised related to Wichita State from the Kansas state government.

The meeting is open to all faculty and staff every other Friday in the Morrison Hall board room. The next meeting is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, May 2.

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Student Activities Council (SAC) will supply slime for everyone to come and get creative with at the De-Stress Fest slime party from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, May 4 on the first floor of the Rhatigan Student Center by Groover Lounge.

The event is open to everyone at no additional charge, and there will be snacks and drinks available as well.

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Join the Wichita Journalism Collaborative and the creators of “How to Talk About Feeling Bad,” a suicide prevention guide zine, for a launch party from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 4 at the Ulrich Museum of Art.

Pick up a copy of the publication and enjoy light snacks, artists presenting pieces on mental health and promotional items from organizations in the guide. This event is open to everyone at no additional charge.

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Visit the Shocker Store either at the Rhatigan Student Center or Braeburn Square from May 1 to May 10 to enter to win a WSU mom gift basket. Winners will be drawn Thursday, May 11. No purchase necessary.

Students are invited to enjoy a cupcake at no additional charge with their Shocker ID while supplies last from Brown Box Bakery Food Truck as they prepare for their final exams, courtesy of the office of Student Engagement, Advocacy and Leadership.

Visit the north patio of the Rhatigan Student Center from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday, May 1. Flavor options will include wedding cake, cookie dough and Reese’s.