Wichita State University graduate student Harriet Hamilton is immersed in the study of supply chains in class and in her applied learning work at Koch Industries.
November 2, 2022 — Harriet Hamilton expected to live in London by now, her college tennis career finished and her career in business beginning.
November 1, 2022 — Two Medical Laboratory Sciences students at Wichita State are the 2022 recipients of the $280,000 annual endowed scholarship gift from Southcentral Pathology Laboratory.
November 1, 2022 — What does a 1970s Houston choir teacher have to do with the $300 million health science center proposed for downtown Wichita?
October 21, 2022 — Andrew Stockmann grew up with parents who loved sports and history. They created the environment for him to combine those influences into a podcast that focuses on athletic halls of fame and museums.
October 20, 2022 — The FirePoint Innovations Center at Wichita State wrapped up the second year of its Future Innovators Program, an engineering internship opportunity that provides some of America’s brightest engineers from historically under-represented communities the opportunity to work on cutting-edge projects and programs that directly support the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Center and the Department of Defense. The program is a partnership between FirePoint, AvMC, Tuskegee University and Prairie View A&M University, connecting students from historically Black colleges and universities to internship opportunities with NIAR, Spirit AeroSystems and Textron Aviation in the Wichita Area.
Image of From left, Savannah Paschal, Catalina García, Marili Bravo and Alondra Aguilera will work with Alce su voz working around a round table.
October 14, 2022 — Savannah Paschal started to understand the power individuals possess to help their community while a student at Campus High School. Whether organizing a cookie fundraiser to benefit a homeless shelter or serving as president of the art club, Paschal found rewards in getting involved.
Image of two WSU engineering students working on large piece of equipment.
October 13, 2022 — As Wichita State University celebrates record enrollment, the university is bolstering its student success initiatives to increase graduation rates. As part of those efforts, the National Science Foundation has awarded WSU researchers $750,000 to increase persistence rates among low-income engineering students, particularly those who are interested in advanced manufacturing careers. 
October 12, 2022 — The Wichita Aero Club (WAC) announced Dr. John Tomblin as the recipient of the 2023 WAC Trophy during a special ceremony Oct. 11. Tomblin is senior vice president, Industry and Defense Programs; executive director, National Institute for Aviation Research; and Sam Bloomfield Distinguished Professor of Aerospace Engineering for Wichita State University.
October 10, 2022 — A weekend of ample research and little sleep at Wichita State’s National Institute for Aviation Research (NIAR) resulted in the selection of three NASA Space Apps Hackathon winners.
October 10, 2022 — Jacob Workentine, a senior majoring in communication-electronic media, recently took home a first-place victory at the Wichita division of the NASA International Space Apps Challenge.