Searching for Innovators (That's you!) NASA SUITS info session Thursday, Sept 15 3pm. Devlin Hall 2nd Floor

The College of Innovation and Design is looking for students to join its 2023 NASA SUITS Challenge team — the Harvestars. Students who are interested in joining the team are invited to attend an information session at 3 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 15 at Devlin Hall.

This is a multidisciplinary student challenge and the Harvestars have had great success in past competitions with their cross-functional teams. Any current Wichita State student of any major can qualify, especially if they possess the following skills:

  • Software development (typically Unity) for augmented reality and virtual reality head-mounted displays
  • Human Factors and user interface design
  • User testing and research
  • Graphic design and video editing
  • Engineering and robotics
  • Outreach and marketing
  • Collaborative team leadership

Are you looking for volunteer opportunities? Do you want to help a fellow Shocker? The Office of Disability Services is in need of note-takers for students who have disabilities that make it difficult to take notes.

At the end of the semester, the Office of Disability Services will provide volunteering students with a letter of commendation and a letter of reference. Volunteering for this service may require the student to attend an additional class. Other requirements include the following:

  • Taking a short online training on note-taking
  • Vounteers must sign a confidentiality contract
  • Setting up a OneDrive or OneNote folder and sending a link to the folder to
  • Uploading notes to the folder after each class meeting

For more information, contact Kelly Adams at

Students, staff, faculty, individuals, groups and organizations are invited to volunteer for Wu’s Big Event beginning with a check-in 8:30-8:50 a.m. at the Beggs Ballroom located on the third floor of the Rhatigan Student Center (RSC). Wu’s Big Event is Wichita State’s largest one-day volunteer event.

The check-in will be followed by a light breakfast and a presentation about the agencies being served by the event at 9 a.m. Volunteers will then load onto buses and get dropped off at a service site by 10 a.m. Volunteers will work until noon and return to the RSC for lunch and a celebration at 1:30 p.m..

All volunteers need to register by Oct. 7 at VolunteerICT.

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Join Wichita State’s Community Service Board (CSB) and learn about different ways to get involved in the community 3:30-5 p.m. Thursdays at 142 Rhatigan Student Center. The weekly meetings allow guests to learn about volunteer opportunities, participate in or tour nonprofits and participate in service projects.

For more information, contact

Wu Crew Reads (WU Reads) is requesting volunteers for fall 2022. The pilot program is a partnership between Wichita State and Gordon Parks Elementary School located in the Shocker Neighborhood near Wichita State’s campus. Volunteers in the program will spend 20 minutes every week reading to and with third-graders or fourth-graders via a virtual platform.

For more information, contact

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Wichita State’s Walkin’ & Rollin’ Costume Club is requesting volunteers for its team. The team builds custom costumes for children in wheelchairs and walkers using a wide range of skills including art, graphic design, engineering and sewing. The costumes are built to each child’s wants and needs and allow kids to be the star of Halloween or their next costume contest.

This program is open to any major and has no required skillset to participate. For more information, contact

Students are invited to help Shocker neighbors with a Shocker Neighborhood clean-up will take place Saturdays during the fall 2022 semester. Upon registering, volunteers will receive an email the week before the event letting them know what neighborhood and time they are assigned to. All volunteer locations will be within proximity to the Wichita State campus.

For more information, contact Naquela Pack, director of engagement, at 316-978-5955 or

Campus Activities and Recreation is requesting faculty and staff to volunteer at the Back to School Bash (B2SB) 7-9 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 20 at the Rhatigan Student Center courtyard. Volunteers for B2SB need to be available 6-9:30 p.m. Aug. 20.

B2SB is an outdoor event that hosts to more than 2,000 students annually. During the event, volunteers will staff games, activities, provide directions, check in participants and welcome new and returning Shockers back to school. All B2SB volunteers will receive a T-shirt.

For more information, contact

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Wichita State’s First-Year Programs in Student Success and Campus Activities and Recreation are looking for students, faculty and staff to volunteer during the eighth Annual Clash of the Colleges Friday, August 26. All volunteers will receive a Clash of the Colleges T-shirt and a sling cooler bag.

All interested volunteers should contact by 5 p.m. July 29.

The Cadman Wilson K. Cadman Art Gallery. Apply to exhibit for 2022-2023! Open to students, faculty, staff and alumni. Exhibits in the Cadman Art Gallery and The Looking Glass Gallery. Located in WSU's Rhatigan Student Center. Information and application available at

The Cadman Art Gallery in the Rhatigan Student Center is accepting exhibit applications for the 2022-2023 school year. The gallery consists of two spaces, the main gallery and the Looking Glass. Students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members are eligible to apply.

For more information, email