Members of the Shocker and local community are invited to the City of Wichita’s weekly briefing at 10:45 a.m. Thursday, May 19 at the Redbud Trail head at Oliver and 17th Street to celebrate the project. The event will celebrate the new signage at the Redbud Trail walk and bike trail, which is part of the Redbud Trail Activation project. The signage was funded by Wesley Healthcare.
May 17, 2022 — Wichita State University is working with a group of community organizations to make a popular pathway more welcoming and accessible to Wichita walkers and bikers.
Explore Wichita State. An on-campus audio tour through the history of shocker nation with collage of historical Wichita photos of people.
May 13, 2022 — Listen to an audio tour that explores WSU history. Join KMUW's Carla Eckels on a campus audio tour as she discusses Wichita State's rich history. The seven-stop tour starts at the Ulrich Museum of Art and ends at the Carnegie Columns at 17th and Fairmount.
Picture of U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development (EDA) Alejandra Y. Castillo visited Wichita State University’s National Institute for Aviation Research.
May 12, 2022 — U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development (EDA) Alejandra Y. Castillo visited Wichita State University’s National Institute for Aviation Research Wednesday to learn more about university and community efforts to transform the regional economy. Castillo, along with a delegation from the EDA and Small Business Administration, including regional administrator Vercie Lark, toured NIAR’s Advanced Technologies Laboratory for Aerospace Systems (ATLAS) alongside WSU President Rick Muma, WSU senior vice president for Industry and Defense Programs John Tomblin and WSU associate vice president of strategic initiatives Debra Franklin.
Mock up image of Shocker Success Center with students surrounding building.
May 11, 2022 — Former Wichita State University students might remember Clinton Hall as a dark and cold building, but starting in September, it will begin its metamorphosis into the bright and welcoming Shocker Success Center.
The College of Health Professions’ human simulation laboratory features Syndaver cadaver manikins, ultra-high-fidelity synthetic simulation models that are made entirely out of silicone.
May 11, 2022 — The Dean’s Advisory Council for the College of Health Professions (CHP) met April 29 to discuss the significant impact of simulation and robotics on the training of healthcare professionals.  A major limitation to training in most health professions programs has been the ability to identify and recruit hospitals and health clinics to provide practical experience working with patients in a clinical setting. 
Image of three graduates with a large group of graduates behind them at Hughes Metro Complex.
May 10, 2022 — More than 2,400 Shockers are eligible for graduation in spring 2022. While each of their journeys is unique, they all share a common connection to Shocker Nation. Here's what some of our graduates have to say about their time at Wichita State and the future.
Image featuring Sierra Bonn, Carly Overacker, Brittany Wojciechowski, Amulya Lomte and Maria Jose Carillo Munoz
May 9, 2022 — Six Wichita State University women were honored with the Women for Women Innovation Award for spring 2022. The Women for Women's Innovation Fund is awarded to Wichita State University female students to support innovative ideas that show promise of commercialization.
The National Institute for Research and Digital Transformation (NIRDT).
May 6, 2022 —

The steel columns and beams rising on the east edge of the Innovation Campus will soon provide a physical centerpiece for the ongoing work of digital transformation at Wichita State University.

Image of Pamela and Alex Ammar receiving with Fairmount Founders’ Award
May 6, 2022 — Pamela Clancy Ammar and Alex Ammar were named recipients of the 2022 Fairmount Founders’ Award at the annual Fairmount Society dinner held on May 5 at Mark Arts. The WSU Foundation gives the award out annually to recognize those who provide outstanding service and generosity to Wichita State University.
Jordan Glover sits at his cubicle at 3S. TEXT: Thursdays with 3S/ Jordan Glover / Aerospace Engineering Major
May 4, 2022 — Continuing the Shocker Career Accelerator's Thursdays with 3S series, Jordan Glover recounts his experience moving to Wichita from Kansas City, his internship with 3S, and the lessons he shares with his engineering mentees.