• WSU partners with Sedgwick County Health Department for COVID vaccine clinics
  • I am vaccinated because…
  • Wichita State invites community to inauguration of Richard Muma
  • Reminder: Complete Title IX sexual harassment training
  • Ulrich Museum hosts Czech Fulbright scholar
  • WSU Transit to extend service
  • Sign up for Shocker Parking alerts
  • Tune into KMUW to hear President Muma
  • Win prizes in Shocker 360 kickoff competition
  • Take advantage of student (office) hours
  • Delta Gamma hosting pancake feed
  • Meet the Firms helps Barton School students’ hone networking skills
  • Wichita all ears for hare-raising documentary
  • New Exhibit at Ablah Library: Crime Scene ICT
  • School of Performing Arts presents Keepers of the Flame
  • Create a strong curriculum vitae
  • Medical Laboratory Sciences to host information session
  • Alumni to speak about 50 years of international work
  • Win prizes at free virtual bingo
  • Wichita State celebrates National Good Neighbor Day
  • Get free coffee on Treat Tuesday at the RSC
  • Volunteers needed at the Lord’s Diner
  • 10 Wichita State women chosen for Widener Global Leadership program
  • WSU partners with Sedgwick County Health Department for COVID vaccine clinics
  • Employee and student COVID-19 testing
  • Wichita State invites community to inauguration of Richard Muma
  • Complete sexual assault prevention training by Oct. 24
  • Wichita State’s College of Applied Studies launches Men of Color: Educators of Tomorrow program
  • Heskett Center adds pickleball courts during outdoor renovations
  • F1RST-Gen Friday: Ana Guadalupe Lazarín
  • Software update issues with NuPark
  • Tune into KMUW to hear President Muma
  • WSU alum nominated for 2021 Roberto Clemente Award
  • Students can enter to win $1,000 in Woolsey Hall design contest
  • Win prizes in Shocker 360 kickoff competition
  • Struggling with your classes?
  • Apply for fall 2021 Commencement
  • 3-Minute Thesis competition registration is open
  • Veteran Services honors 74th Air Force birthday
  • Join BME annual Bowling Social
  • Students invited to first AAC Virtual Career Fair Oct. 28
  • Join WSU’s Homecoming Parade
  • Show your Shocker pride at Homecoming 2021 Spirit Competition
  • First-Generation Student Organization Meeting
  • Annual EcoFest Wichita Sept.19
  • Watch the best of Welcomefest 2021
  • MDL requesting student volunteers
  • Learn to use BeoShock
  • Learn more about SBIR, STTR
  • WSU alum Kevin Griffin donates to library
  • Save on shocker gear at game day sale today
  • WSU partners with Sedgwick County Health Department for COVID vaccine clinics
  • I am vaccinated because…
  • Wichita State invites community to inauguration of Richard Muma
  • Complete sexual assault prevention training by Oct. 24
  • Required student training: Sexual assault prevention
  • Taskforce findings shape WSU priorities
  • Woolsey Hall designed to highlight collaborative spaces, active learning
  • Shocker Printing closing for training
  • Public Health Sciences students awarded $10,000
  • Students can enter to win $1,000 in Woolsey Hall design contest
  • The Charisma Experience Workshop supports Men of Color
  • Sign up for Pumpkin Run 5K
  • Chemistry colloquium series features BYU chemistry professor
  • Diversity Week event highlights deaf culture
  • Submit a team for Songfest 2021
  • WSU Constitution Week student panel: Economic rights
  • Learn about different cultures, experiences at International Student Panel
  • Are you interested in a Social Work degree?
  • Mikrokosmos 67th release party
  • CFA School of Music announces 2021-2022 Rie Bloomfield Organ Series
  • Seeking volunteers for reaction time, cognitive function study
  • Wu’s next Big Event XIII Oct. 2
  • Clean-up trash with WSU Green Group
  • Volunteers needed at the Lord’s Diner
  • Participants wanted for gait and balance research
  • Researcher seeks postpartum women for DRA study
  • University Libraries hosting Exploring the Archives workshop
  • Society of Women Engineers hosting interview workshop
  • Exotic Packaged Food Appreciation Society seeking members
  • Blackboard Integration to outside calendars currently inoperable
  • WSU partners with Sedgwick County Health Department for COVID vaccine clinics
  • I am vaccinated because…
  • Wichita State invites community to inauguration of Richard Muma
  • Required student training: Sexual assault prevention
  • WSU serves Wichita children with funds from Michael Phelps grant
  • Dr. Charles Burdsal passes away at 77
  • Play behavioral economic games, earn cash
  • Join WSU’s Office of Adult Learning peer mentoring program
  • Having trouble taking notes?
  • Join Care Team to help unmask mental health
  • Pee for Pizza with Student Health Services
  • Physics seminar features University of Washington assistant professor
  • WSU symphony concert features faculty soloist
  • LEAD information session today
  • Join Society of Women Engineers for annual career fair mixer
  • SGA, Facilities Services sponsor unity project for Diversity Week
  • Shop at the Monday Market Sept. 13
  • Democracy on Tap discussion: Financial planning during a pandemic
  • Learn about different cultures, experiences at International Student Panel
  • Wichita State researchers seeking participants to test Cityguide app
  • Volunteers requested for United Way GIV Warehouse
  • Use promo code WSU for a free soft drink at Wheatly’s
  • Cosmic Bowling available at Shocker Sports Grill
  • Play pool for free at Shocker Grill
  • Wichita State invites community to inauguration of Richard Muma
  • WSU partners with Sedgwick County Health Department for COVID vaccine clinics
  • I am vaccinated because…
  • Reminder: Complete Title IX sexual harassment training
  • Check out fall 2021 semester calendar
  • Applications open for Latinos Lead
  • Success coaches: Know your team
  • F1RST-Gen Friday: Cheryl K. Miller
  • ICYMI: Read September’s issue of Forward Together
  • Widener Global Leaders Program to transform Wichita State students
  • NIAR WERX 777 conversion program gets under way
  • Play behavioral economic games, earn cash
  • Constitution Week focuses on legal careers, research areas
  • Parking lots temporarily closing Sept. 11
  • Join Society of Women Engineers for annual career fair mixer
  • SGA, Facilities Services sponsor unity project for Diversity Week
  • Shop at the Monday Market Sept. 13
  • KMUW’s Literary Feast: ‘China Room’
  • Submit a team for Songfest 2021
  • WSU Constitution Week student panel: Economic rights
  • Join the next graduate student social event today
  • Military and Veteran Center commemorating 9/11 anniversary
  • Dance at Bollywood Night fall 2021
  • WSU professor performing violin, piano recital Sept. 12
  • Participants wanted for gait and balance research
  • Researchers seek participants for chronic low back pain study
  • JCPenney Suit-Up event Sept. 12
  • Wichita State invites community to inauguration of Richard Muma
  • WSU partners with Sedgwick County Health Department for COVID vaccine clinics
  • I am vaccinated because…
  • Applications open for Latinos Lead
  • Success coaches: Know your team
  • Apply for First-Year Research Experience with STEM
  • Fall 2021 group therapy schedule available
  • Shocker Career Accelerator offers key employment services to students
  • ICYMI: View WSU Academic Convocation 2021
  • Play behavioral economic games, earn cash
  • Markova named Management Department Chair and Head of Human Resources Masters Program
  • Constitution Week focuses on legal careers, research areas
  • Become mental health support advocate
  • Freedom of Expression: What you need to know
  • Clash of the Colleges 2021 winners
  • GoCreate offers WSU students free memberships
  • Win prizes in Shocker 360 kickoff competition
  • Parking lots temporarily closing Sept. 11
  • Are you interested in a Social Work degree?
  • Join the Wichita State Student Improv Club today
  • Join Shocker Racing Baja SAE for open house
  • Dance at Bollywood Night fall 2021
  • Visit the Shocker Learning Center open house today
  • Physics Seminar features Dr. Paul Schotanus
  • Society of Women Engineers hosting resume workshop
  • WSU professor performing violin, piano recital Sept. 12
  • Tie-dye with Society of Women Engineers
  • Shock This Space: A Wichita State hackathon
  • Researcher seeks postpartum women for DRA study
  • MDL requesting student volunteers
  • Volunteers needed at the Lord’s Diner
  • CDC hiring student teacher assistants
  • JCPenney Suit-Up event Sept. 12
  • Play pool for free at Shocker Grill
  • Labor Day massage special
  • Learn more about SBIR, STTR
  • I am vaccinated because…
  • WSU offers financial incentives for students who receive COVID vaccine
  • Required student training: Sexual assault prevention
  • Success coaches: Know your team
  • Fall 2021 group therapy schedule available
  • MGC Yard Show 2021 continues Wichita State tradition
  • Ahlberg Hall secure; no classes on 3rd-5th floors Thursday and Friday
  • F1RST-Gen Shocker Friday: Crystal Dozier
  • New massage studio, hours
  • Student Health Services to close on Labor Day
  • RSC closing Labor Day weekend
  • Win prizes in Shocker 360 kickoff competition
  • Student organization delegates invited to inauguration
  • Morrison Hall entrance closing temporarily
  • Mikrokosmos 67th release party
  • CHP hosts obesity and exercise researcher
  • Have fun at Shockers After Dark!
  • Get a free custard sandwich for Treat Tuesday
  • Labor Day massage special
  • New color wall tees available for $9.99 at Shocker Store
  • Shop College Colors Day sale at Shocker Store Sept. 3
  • TRIO Talent Search hiring tutors fot 2021-2022
  • Volunteers requested for United Way GIV Warehouse
  • Volunteers requested for Meals on Wheels
  • CDC hiring student teacher assistants
  • ‘She Moved the Prairie’ explores women’s labor practices at early 20th century farms
  • I am vaccinated because…
  • Tuesday Talks: Camille Explains COVID Vaccines
  • WSU offers financial incentives for students who receive COVID vaccine
  • Reminder: Complete Title IX sexual harassment training
  • Apply for First-Year Research Experience with STEM
  • Fall 2021 group therapy schedule available
  • Turn off Netflix, and get organized with Student Success
  • Wu Crew Reads promotes literacy at Wichita school
  • Ground is broken for the Promise Bridge, a major new landmark at WSU
  • Horizon features update on Shocker Success Center project
  • Student Health Services to close on Labor Day
  • GoCreate offers WSU students free memberships
  • RSC closing Labor Day weekend
  • Degree Works outage Sept. 3 for upgrade
  • Farewell party for Nancy Loosle
  • Join Wednesdays in Wiedemann with Lynne Davis Sept. 8
  • CFA School of Music announces 2021-2022 Rie Bloomfield Organ Series
  • Lifting Clinic: Back Pain
  • Council hosts First-Gen Friday
  • Pee for Pizza
  • Suspenders4Hope run and walk Sept. 11
  • Researchers seek participants for home exercise program
  • Volunteers needed at the Lord’s Diner
  • College-specific tees on sale at the Shocker Store
  • Cheer on the Kansas City Chiefs with Campus Recreation Sept. 26
  • WSU offers financial incentives for students who receive COVID vaccine
  • Student guide updated for fall 2021 semester
  • Required student training: Sexual assault prevention
  • WSU students earn real estate scholarships
  • Reminder: Complete Title IX sexual harassment training
  • Prevent vehicle break-ins
  • Free first Friday dental screenings SHS
  • Public comments sought ahead of dental hygiene accreditation visit
  • Introductory workshop focuses on GIS tools, technology
  • SGA hosts State of the Student Body Day events
  • SGA presents Diversity Week: One campus, many people, embracing diversity
  • InterFest returns to WSU
  • Pee for Pizza
  • Mini-Wellness Fair Sept. 1
  • Mask reminder: Required in classrooms and labs
  • COVID-19 vaccine incentive programs at Wichita State
  • Student guide updated for fall 2021 semester
  • Students invited to learn NSF-GRFP application process Sept. 2
  • ODS helps students with disabilities
  • Promoting Academic Student Success applications now open
  • WSU researcher awarded $100K from NEH for accessibility app
  • Reminder: Complete Title IX sexual harassment training
  • Food for Fines can pay parking citations
  • University Village feedback campaign receives more than 600 responses
  • Haley discusses Chinese business strategy in Fortune
  • Podcast focuses on COVID-19 aftermath
  • Student organization delegates invited to inauguration
  • SGA funding is open
  • Monday Melodies offers free live music
  • Join us for WSU Academic Convocation 2021
  • Hypnotist Mark Toland performing Sept. 3