This is a reminder for all students, faculty and staff to send out surveys with Qualtrics. Wichita State has a license for Qualtrics, which became the official institutional survey software in 2012.

Qualtrics can be used for research purposes, program review, nominations, elections, applications and more.

Listed below are some of the benefits of using Qualtrics for your survey needs:

  • The program reduces overall cost as the university has a site license for Qualtrics, so users do not have to pay any other third-party vendor.
  • There is access to the Qualtrics Support Site to help users with survey design, methodology and survey questions.
  • Members have access to on-campus survey experts to optimize their survey and response rate.
  • Qualtrics ensures that users get accurate email lists of students, faculty and staff for their survey.
  • Qualtrics reduces survey fatigue as it can create reduced samples that more approximately target your survey population.
  • Qualtrics sends reminders, follow-ups and thank you emails to survey recipients.
  • Users can view analytics of create reports, including filtered results within Qualtrics.
  • Users can avoid getting marked as a spammer by sending surveys through Qualtrics rather than through their myWSU email.
  • Users can create surveys with embedded video, audio and graphics.
  • Users can create surveys that only show appropriate questions to each user using skip logic and survey flow.
  • Users can export data directly to (Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS), Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Comma Separated Value (CSV) format or Portable Document Format PDF.

    If you need an account, would like training, or have questions, contact Whitney Crager, Office of Planning and Analysis, at 316-978-5350 or at whitney.crager@wichita.edu.

Students talking into megaphones with the text Calling Shocker Nation

The Tech Transfer and Commercialization department is seeking participants for its survey on the shopping habits of those who purchase Shocker gear and apparel. The survey closes Jan. 31.

Information gathered in the survey will be anonymous and will be provided to the department’s retail partners to help them meet shoppers’ needs and requests.

CLC, who is hosting the survey, will randomly select three respondents to win a $100 gift card.

The Department of Public Health Science, along with the Biomedical Engineering Department and School of Nursing, are conducting an interdisciplinary research project on the acceptability of a fetal heart rate monitor among reproductive-aged women. The survey seeks to determine whether women would be comfortable using the fetal heart rate monitor that is being designed.

The survey will take approximately 12 minutes to complete. Those interested in participating and feel they meet the criteria listed, complete the survey below. And feel free to share the link with others who may be interested.

Inclusion criteria:

  • Woman
  • Reproductive age (18-49 years old)

Any women of reproductive age are welcome to take the survey. Both women who have children and women who do not have children are eligible.

Participants in the survey will also be able to receive compensation for their time. Details are included at the beginning of the survey. 

Contact Dr. Nikki Keene Woods at nikki.keenewoods@wichita.edu or student researcher, Anna Brake, at axbrake@shockers.wichita.edu with any questions regarding the study.

Many students have stated that the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown measures made it difficult for them to fully engage with on-campus life. Even now, registered student organizations, sporting events and other recreational campus activities potentially appear to not have reached pre-2020 attendance levels.

Understanding this, Group Three of the Honors Collaborative Research course (HNRS 486) would like to gauge student opinions, firstly on the best way to reach them, and secondarily on their opinions on their own experience with campus engagement.

Those interested can take the group’s survey. It should take under five minutes to complete, and it will close on Dec. 1.

Shocker Store. We want your feedback! Take our quick survey and receive a $5 digital coupon! Deadline is October 30, 2023.

The Shocker Store is currently seeking feedback. Take its quick survey and receive a $5 digital coupon.

Open to students, faculty, staff, alumni and all community Shockers. The deadline to participate is Monday, Oct. 30.

As part of the effort to elevate and celebrate health and wellness at Wichita State University, faculty and staff are invited to share what they are doing to promote the health and wellbeing of persons, places and planet.

The Department of Physical Therapy is conducting a research study to assess the fatigue experienced by people 18 years and older who have cardiovascular disease. The Fatigue Assessment Scale, the World Health Organization Quality of Life Brief and a short survey collecting demographic information will be combined into a single survey that will take approximately 15 minutes to complete.

If someone you know is interested in participating and feel that they meet the criteria listed, have them complete the survey below.

Inclusion criteria:

  • 18 years or older
  • Diagnosis of stroke, heart attack, valvular heart disease, arterial disease, heart failure, aneurysm, venous disease, cardiomyopathy, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, atherosclerosis or any other heart disease

Exclusion criteria:

  • Cognitive disorders/neurological conditions that may prevent a participant from reading, understanding and/or signing a consent form or filling out the given survey independently
  • Any comorbidity that affects the energy levels of an individual such as but not limited to, a current diagnosis of cancer, certain autoimmune disorders, kidney or liver disease, and anemia
  • Those that have a caretaker or live in an assisted living facility where they are given assistance for activities of daily living

Contact the head researcher, Dr. Elizabeth Tew, at elizabeth.tew@wichita.edu or student researcher, Kirk Reisner, at kdreisner@shockers.wichita.edu with any questions regarding the study.

President Rick Muma speaks with the other speakers at the 2023 Fall Address

Wichita State asks employees to take a brief survey about the 2023 Fall Address from Aug. 16. The survey will be open to responses until 5 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 31.

Graphic with the text, "Wichita State Athletics Fan Experience Survey" and the WuShock logo.

The 2022-23 athletic year has concluded, and Shocker Athletics is seeking feedback to improve its fan experience at all ticketed athletic events including volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball and softball.

Survey participants will be entered into drawings for various prizes including free tickets, unique experiences, Shocker apparel, and home decor.

Graphic with various food items and the text "How can the Shocker Support Locker support you?"

The Shocker Support Locker is looking for feedback from students, faculty and staff to help improve and grow the support locker.