• College of Health Professions begins expansion of robotic-based clinical simulation technology
  • Save the Date for the 9th annual Gender & Sexuality in Kansas Conference
  • Need a ride to Shocker Basketball home games?
  • View Winter Break closures at RSC
  • OneStop in-person operations unavailable Dec. 18-Jan. 2
  • Save the Date: Diverse Women’s Summit March 7
  • Longhofer earns lifetime achievement award
  • Pearl Harbor Day commemorated 80 years after attack
  • Community need drives Wichita State lab to develop triple-virus test
  • Perspectives series examines ‘Labor Economies in the Forces of Insurrection’
  • Volunteers requested for Habitat for Humanity All-Campus Build
  • Get the gift of business know-how with small business webinars
  • RSC Shocker Store hosting Wu’s Winter Wonderland Photos Dec.11
  • After 17 years, Wichita State brings back popular Madrigal Feaste
  • WSU researcher wins $500K grant to investigate alternative energy
  • Last chance to catch Shocker Volleyball at Koch Arena
  • Earn Wu Bucks at Shocker Store
  • Shocker Ugly Sweaters available at the Shocker Store
  • Shop for Black Friday Weekend at Shocker Store
  • Visit the 12 Deals of Christmas Sale at the Shocker Store
  • Inauguration photo gallery of President Rick Muma available
  • Donate to Salvation Army virtual Angel Tree at Shocker Store
  • WSU and Lockheed Martin partner to bolster STEM workforce of the future
  • Perspectives series examines ‘Who Can Become an American? U.S. Immigration Policy, Racism and Civil Rights Struggle in the 20th Century’
  • New Ulrich outdoor sculpture encourages visitors to add to conversation
  • Shop local at the SAC sponsored Maker Market
  • Join ShockStarter’s fall 2021 scavenger hunt
  • Madrigal Dinners return Dec. 3
  • School of Performing Arts presents ‘Love’s Labor’s Lost’ Nov. 18-21
  • Get $15 sweatpants at the RSC Shocker Store Nov.16
  • Support WSU Track and Field with Shocker holiday sweatshirt fundraiser
  • CubeSat mission patch contest highlights science programs at Wichita State
  • Institute for the Study of Economic Growth names top execs to advisory board
  • Bus service unavailable Veteran’s Day
  • Celebrate Marine Corps birthday and Veterans Day Nov. 10
  • Society of Public Historians hosting David Taggart
  • Literary Feast to discuss ‘The Book of Form and Emptiness’
  • Madrigal Dinners return Dec. 3
  • Shocker Volleyball faces off against Tulsa, Temple
  • Pre-Game for Shocker basketball at Shocker Sports Grill and Lanes
  • Free bowling for Veterans, active-duty military and their families
  • Veterans Day discount at Shocker Store
  • Get a COVID vaccination, booster at WSU mobile clinics
  • KLC grants help Wichita State HEALTH students fight COVID-19 on campus
  • Wichita State students create accessible Halloween costumes for children with special needs
  • American Athletic Conference expands with addition of six schools, three in Texas
  • Men’s Basketball parking lot closures begin Nov. 1
  • WSU’s Environmental Finance Center will help create WaterCorps
  • ISAO collecting donations for refugees
  • Kansas Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation hosting first conference
  • Perspectives series examines ‘The Bible and Race in American Christian Cultures’
  • Rie Bloomfield Organ Series presents Hungarian organist
  • Shocker Volleyball returns
  • Shocker Women’s Basketball begin season at exhibition game Nov. 4
  • Get a COVID vaccination, booster at WSU mobile clinics
  • AAC Career Fair brings together schools, students and employers from across the country
  • Shocker Career Accelerator matches students with work opportunities
  • Show your Shocker Pride at Wichita State Homecoming 2021
  • Cadman inauguration exhibit features President Muma
  • Perspectives series returns examining legacies of racism in American culture
  • Prevent vehicle break-ins
  • Biologist to speak about birds’ love-hate relationship with humans
  • Tour the University Archives today
  • Apply to pitch at Mid-West Air Force Collider
  • Cyberscience expert from Naval Academy to speak at WSU
  • Register for inaugural Analytics Showcase
  • Symphony concert features renowned faculty artist
  • Wichita State Basketball exhibition set for Nov. 1
  • Try a Gua Sha massage for sinus relief
  • Shocker Grill hosting Creepy Cosmic Bowling
  • Try a pizza at Shocker Sports Grill and Lanes
  • Prevent vehicle break-ins
  • Fairmount College induction ceremony included three honorees
  • Office of Diversity and Inclusion presents Gordon Parks Double Feature Gala
  • Webinar explores strategies for reducing online search bias
  • Apply to pitch at Mid-West Air Force Collider
  • Poetry reading features WSU professor Sam Taylor
  • Shocker Community invited to HPSeries-Mental Health and Human Performance
  • Great Plains Diabetes hosts Live Well with Diabetes Free event
  • Shocker community invited to converse in Spanish
  • Sigma Lambda Beta hosting annual Chasqui Manos Andinas sale
  • Try a pizza at Shocker Sports Grill and Lanes
  • Barton School Honor Organization receives international recognition
  • Wichita State invites community to inauguration of Richard Muma
  • Widener Global Leaders Program announces advisory board
  • Mikrokosmos 68 seeks creative writing submissions
  • Business student recognized by Wichita Business Journal
  • James Schwartz Speaker Series to feature Tom Gentile
  • Public service awards honors two local women
  • Undergraduate admissions to host Black and Yellow Day Oct. 22
  • Register for inaugural Analytics Showcase
  • WuChoir and ShockerChoir concert rescheduled for Oct.14
  • Cocoa Dolce Shockolates available at Shocker Store
  • Shocker Store pink merchandise benefits Victory in the Valley
  • Save 30% on college tees at Shocker Store
  • Wichita State, WSU Tech announce fall enrollment numbers
  • Wichita State invites community to inauguration of Richard Muma
  • Center for Real Estate releases 2022 housing forecast
  • Enter the CubeSat mission patch contest
  • Participants needed for balance study
  • WSU Tech Foundation to host Pull a Plane
  • Global Village Assembly to discuss Ethnic Studies
  • Host a car at Trunk or Treat
  • Michael Tilford Conference on Diversity and Multiculturalism presenters announced
  • Flint Hills artists speaking at Ulrich Oct. 5
  • Donate to Toys-For-Tots at Campus Credit Union
  • Register for inaugural Analytics Showcase
  • Purchase $12 long-sleeve tees at Shocker Store
  • Fall break special massage available at Campus Recreation
  • Shocker Store pink merchandise benefits Victory in the Valley
  • $12 long sleeve tees at Shocker Store