• 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
  • WSU partners with Sedgwick County Health Department for COVID vaccine clinics
  • Wichita State invites community to inauguration of Richard Muma
  • Enter the CubeSat mission patch contest
  • WSU chosen as host of the 2023 National Science Olympiad
  • 1,200 COVID tests later, Music Theatre Wichita stays open thanks to WSU’s MDL
  • Wichita State chemist partners with area universities on $3.7M COVID-19 research
  • WSU engineering student becomes ‘pro’ through summer internship
  • ‘Voices from the Vault’ talk tonight
  • Register for Sustainability and Technology Design Challenge
  • Undergraduate Admissions hosting Black and Yellow Day Oct. 8
  • Historic Tea benefits WSU scholarships
  • I am vaccinated because…
  • College of Health Professions creates Scientific Foundations Division
  • Parking lot closures planned for Friday and Sunday
  • Ulrich Museum hosts Czech Fulbright scholar
  • Sign up for Shocker Parking alerts
  • Software Update Issues with NuPark
  • Tune into KMUW to hear President Muma
  • WSU alum nominated for 2021 Roberto Clemente Award
  • Register for inaugural Analytics Showcase
  • Department of Anthropology hosting Aleppo photo exhibit tour
  • Wichita all ears for hare-raising documentary
  • New Exhibit at Ablah Library: Crime Scene ICT
  • School of Performing Arts presents Keepers of the Flame
  • Join WSU’s Homecoming Parade
  • Wichita State celebrates National Good Neighbor Day
  • 10 Wichita State women chosen for Widener Global Leadership program
  • WSU partners with Sedgwick County Health Department for COVID vaccine clinics
  • I am vaccinated because…
  • Wichita State invites community to inauguration of Richard Muma
  • ICYMI: Read September’s issue of Forward Together
  • Widener Global Leaders Program to transform Wichita State students
  • Sign up to run, walk Pumpkin Run 5K
  • KMUW’s Literary Feast: ‘China Room’
  • Democracy on Tap discussion: Financial planning during a pandemic
  • InterFest returns to WSU
  • Wichita State researchers seeking participants to test Cityguide app
  • Use promo code WSU for a free soft drink at Wheatly’s
  • Cosmic Bowling available at Shocker Sports Grill
  • I am vaccinated because…
  • Ground is broken for the Promise Bridge, a major new landmark at WSU
  • Labor Day massage special
  • New color wall tees available for $9.99 at Shocker Store
  • WSU researcher awarded $100K from NEH for accessibility app
  • University Village feedback campaign receives more than 600 responses
  • Researchers seek teens, parents for bullying survey
  • Visit the Holmes Museum of Anthropology
  • College-specific tees on sale at the Shocker Store
  • Long-lost sundial finds new home on WSU campus
  • 21 new Shockers named as Adelante Scholars
  • Shocker Promise will cover tuition and fees for eligible Sedgwick County freshmen
  • NIAR helps South Kansas earn Defense Manufacturing Community designation
  • Prevent vehicle break-ins
  • Ulrich Museum of Art giving away free wall posters
  • Open preschool spots at Child Development Center
  • Thank you for celebrating our 125th anniversary
  • Ulrich exhibitions featuring environmental focus begin Aug. 19
  • Chaat House now open at RSC
  • Wichita State moving forward on several construction projects
  • NOT Back to School Bash at Braeburn Square
  • InterFest returns to WSU; vendor registration open
  • Paint U Dance Party planned for Aug. 19
  • Dr. Kaye Monk-Morgan awarded WBJ’s 2021 Diversity and Inclusion Award
  • WSU Environmental Finance Center presenting at state water conference