The heading reads iCanBike and iCanSwim and the subheading reads July 29 - August 2, 2024. The Davis Moore and Wichita State University Department of Physical Therapy logos are also included in the heading in front of a yellow background. The picture is of two women. One is a young lady on a specialized bicycle wearing a helmet who has paused while riding the the bike to smile for the camera. The other is of a smiling woman who is has paused mid-step. She is wearing a t-shirt with sleeves rolled up that reads iCanBike with a bicycle on it.

Wichita State Department of Physical Therapy is hosting iCanBike and iCanSwim camps the week of July 29-Aug. 2, with an orientation the afternoon of July 28.

Join daily that week during a 60-90 min session to help an individual with a disability learn to swim or ride a bicycle. Ability to swim or ride a bike is absolutely not required but volunteering for iCanBike includes jogging alongside a new bike rider.

iCanBike will be held in the Aetna gym at Charles Koch Arena and iCanSwim will be held in the Heskett Center.

Volunteers needed for state events on campus

5A state baseball and softball will be held on Wichita State’s campus May 23-24 and state track May 24-25. Last year, these activities brought more than 30,000 people to campus. The university is asking for help from the campus community to drive golf carts and staff tents during these events.

Tents will be set up in various locations around campus May 24 and 25. Individuals staffing tents will welcome people to campus, offer water, hand out brochures and promotional items and answer questions visitors may have.

Golf cart rides will be offered May 24 and 25. Drivers will provide visitors rides to their destinations on campus.

If you are interested in working these events, sign up online. There are three tabs at the bottom of the sheet: one to sign up as a tent worker, one to sign up as a golf cart driver and one to include your sign up information. Volunteers signed up by May 13 will receive a T-shirt to be worn during the events. Please indicate your preferred T-shirt size and include your email address on the third tab of the sign up. Detailed information will be sent the week of May 20 to those signed up to help.

These events would not be successful without the support of our Shocker family, and we sincerely appreciate your help in creating a welcoming campus for our guests.

Plains Regional Regatta, 150 N McLean BLVD, Wichita KS, 67203, May 5, Volunteers Needed.

The Shocker Rowing team is looking for volunteers for the Plains Regional Regatta Sunday, May 5. Multiple timeslots and positions are available.

The Graduate School is seeking faculty, staff and community volunteers to judge during the poster session of the 2024 Graduate Research and Scholarly Projects (GRASP) Symposium Friday, April 26 in 305/306 Rhatigan Student Center, Beggs Ballroom. Judges will be asked to be available from 9:15 to 11:30 a.m. on the day of the event.

The Graduate School is counting on volunteer services this year, and this will give volunteers an excellent opportunity to learn about the research graduate students have been engaged in across campus.

The clock is ticking, and there’s only one week left to become a student judge at the Shocker New Venture Competition. If you’re passionate about starting a business one day and eager to gain real-world experience, now is the time to get involved.

Student judging opportunity:

As a student judge, you’ll have the unique opportunity to evaluate startup ideas, engage with entrepreneurs and contribute to the success of the competition. By becoming a student judge, you’ll gain valuable experience and expand your network.

Sign up online and join between 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. April 26 and explore the world of business, network with industry professionals and be a part of something truly transformative.

The Graduate School is seeking faculty, staff and community volunteers to judge during the poster session of the 2024 Graduate Research and Scholarly Projects (GRASP) Symposium Friday, April 26 in 305/306 Rhatigan Student Center, Beggs Ballroom. Judges will be asked to be available from 9:15-11:30 a.m. on the day of the event.

The Graduate School is counting on volunteer services this year, and this will give volunteers an excellent opportunity to learn about the research graduate students have been engaged in across campus.

Join the Community Service Board for the 29th annual Pando STAR Awards. This award luncheon acknowledges the accomplishments of 48 Pando students from around Sedgwick County, nominated by Pando staff at the schools. Around 400 attendees, including sponsors, donors, special guests, and students will enjoy a red-carpet experience, luncheon, and award presentation at the Crown Uptown on Tuesday, April 30.

Pando needs 10 volunteers to help plate and take lunch to the guests at the event. Volunteers need to arrive at the Crown Uptown at 10:15 a.m. for a brief orientation, and they will be given an event shirt to wear while volunteering. Lunch will be available to volunteers after guests have been served.

Parking is available along the street or in the Dillon’s parking lot at Douglas and Hillside.

The countdown to the Shocker New Venture Competition is on, and while the application window may have closed, there’s still time to be a part of the action. If you’re a student eager to dive into the entrepreneurial world or looking to give back, there’s a place in the competition.

Student judging:

Play a crucial role in deciding the People’s Choice Award winner. Engage with innovative ventures and gain invaluable knowledge about what it takes to succeed in the competitive world of business.

Event volunteering:

There’s a volunteer role tailored to a variety of skills and interests — whether you prefer a hands-on approach or enjoy interacting with people, your contribution is invaluable.

Sign up online and join between 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. April 26 and explore the world of business, network with industry professionals and be a part of something truly transformative.

The Graduate School is seeking faculty, staff and community volunteers to judge during the poster session of the 2024 Graduate Research and Scholarly Projects (GRASP) Symposium Friday, April 26 in the Rhatigan Student Center Ballroom. Judges will be asked to be available from 9:15 to 11:30 a.m. on the day of the event.

The Graduate School is counting on volunteer services this year, and this will give volunteers an excellent opportunity to learn about the research graduate students have been engaged in across campus.

The 2024 Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Forum (URCAF) is seeking faculty, staff and community volunteers to judge during the poster session from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Friday, April 12 in the Rhatigan Student Center.

The URCAF Committee is counting on volunteers to serve as judges. This is an opportunity to engage with undergraduate Shockers and learn about the exciting research students are engaging in across campus.