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Join your fellow Shockers and build a house at the Wichita Habitat for Humanity All-Campus Build beginning at 1304 North Lorraine Street. Students, faculty and staff can sign up to volunteer for times between 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Dec. 2-18. All volunteers will receive a Wichita Habitat for Humanity All-Campus Build, T-shirt.

For more information or to sign-up, visit the Wichita State Wichita Habitat for Humanity website. For more information, contact 316-978-3022 or email getinivolved@wichita.edu.

A group of physical therapy doctoral students is recruiting participants for a study to test the effects of vestibular training in a balance program. This study is open to all individuals, but is meant to target people who have had a concussion in the past three years.

Participants will be required to complete balance testing and an eight-week balance training exercise program. The 10- to 15-minute exercises can be completed at home.

If you are interested in participating or have questions, please contact us at wsuptresearch@gmail.com or visit the link below.

Are you interested in being an advisor for Wichita State’s Recognized Student Organization? Whether you are seeking to get involved in student organizations or discover what events are happening around campus, becoming an RSO advisor can help connect applicants with student life. 

For more information or to apply, contact Abbi Whisler at student.orgs@wichita.edu.

Wichita State’s Athletics Prevention Ambassadors promote health, wellness and mental health awareness within WSU athletics. They group’s goal is to raise awareness about student-athlete mental health, as well as provide support and resources to help.

For more information or to apply, visit the Athletics Prevention Ambassadors website.

Wichita State students from the Linguistics and Foreign Languages course are requesting volunteers from student and faculty for a survey regarding their opinions on the current state of foreign language requirements at both WSU and in the general community.

Wichita is a very linguistically diverse city, so it is important to receive the opinions of all of its residents, but especially those currently involved in the education system.

For more information, contact Zoey Norton at zmnorton@shockers.wichita.edu.

A doctoral student in communication sciences and disorders is conducting a study comparing an existing and a newly developed clinical technique for evaluating the function of the middle ear. Participants must be between the ages of 18 and 35, have normal hearing, have not had an ear infection in the past three months, nor had a cold or flu in the past two weeks.

Participants will receive a no-cost comprehensive hearing evaluation and ear examination before testing. The testing will last approximately one hour at Hubbard Hall (Room 106). The staff has implemented a virus protection plan following Wichita State Institutional Review Board guidelines.

For more information or to volunteer, please contact Alice Keithly at 580-231-5503, or Dr. Xiao-Ming Sun at Xiao-Ming.Sun@wichita.edu.

The Shocker Community is invited to take a student-led survey focused on improving parking on campus. Are you happy with the current system? Is it confusing to understand? Do you hate seeing empty lots that where you cannot park?

The data will be collected anonymously and will influence a student-built approach to optimize parking for all drivers on campus. The results of the survey will be shared with the campus community in the future.

Dr. Karissa Marble-Flint, assistant professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders, and her team of students in speech-language pathology are requesting participants who have completed the fourth and fifth grades for a study about typically developed children and children who struggle with writing. The study will help provide information to speech-language pathologists, teachers and parents about writing strategies presented via a video-conferencing platform to help students.

Participants will be required to participate in four writing sessions via Zoom. The total time required for all four sessions will be approximately three and a half hours. Breaks will be provided to participants. Participants will receive a book for their participation, and parents will receive scores from oral and written language assessments.

For more information contact Julia (Schneider) Sitz, undergraduate research assistant, at jmsitz@shockers.wichita.edu. To have your child participate in the study, contact Marble-Flint at 316-978-6356 or karissa.marble-flint@wichita.edu.

Wichita State students are conducting a survey titled The Need for Narcan as part of a class project. All results will be confidential and used for student research purposes only. The survey will be open until Nov. 19.

A group of physical therapy doctoral students is recruiting participants for a study to test the effects of vestibular training in a balance program. This study is open to all individuals but is meant to target people who have had a concussion in the past three years.

Participants will be required to complete balance testing and an eight-week balance training exercise program. The 10- to 15-minute exercises can be completed at home.

If you are interested in participating or have questions, please contact us at wsuptresearch@gmail.com or visit the link below.