• President and provost taking part in KMUW fall fundraiser
  • Koch CFO joins Barton School Fabulous 50 Dean’s Advisory Board
  • Attend SEAL’s Social Service Fair
  • Teaching Matters series returns Oct. 7
  • SHS sponsoring National Prescription Drug Take Back Day
  • Register for Savvy Scholars Workshop on Systematic Reviews
  • Physics Seminar to feature Dr. Saradindu Samanta and Matteo Vincenzi
  • Good Neighbor Week events: Shockers Under the Stars present ‘Encanto’
  • Say farewell to Jill Pletcher at retirement reception
  • Join Women of WSU members event Sept. 29
  • President Muma hosting town hall for Graduate School faculty and staff today
  • Volunteers requested for Save the Kitties second annual car show
  • Office of Academic Affairs to interview four dean candidates for the CAS
  • Youngmeyer Ranch building serves researchers, withstands prairie environment
  • Industrial Engineering Colloquium to feature Deloitte Consulting’s Sami Alami
  • Register for Startup Speaker Series
  • Good Neighbor Week events: Join Staff/Faculty Food Drive challenge
  • President Muma hosting town hall for Graduate School faculty and staff Sept. 28
  • Get Shocker gear at fall clearance sale
  • Board of Trustees approves first phases for Cessna Stadium renovation
  • Barton School names Basil Hourani as newest Entrepreneur-in-Residence
  • WSU student’s debut documentary chosen for 2022 Tallgrass Film Festival
  • SPTE Request Form due Sept. 28
  • CCNE accreditation site visit for School of Nursing taking place Oct. 12-14
  • Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month today
  • President Muma hosting town hall for University Libraries today
  • Join Woolsey Hall grand opening Sept. 30
  • Physics Seminar to feature Dr. Saradindu Samanta and Matteo Vincenzi
  • SAC to host a Murder Mystery Dinner
  • Register for Suspenders4Hope 5k and 1-Mile Memorial Walk
  • Monday Melodies to feature Randy Fields
  • Student’s documentary to be featured at Tallgrass Film Festival
  • Do you need a course evaluation for fall 2022?
  • Attend Faculty Senate meeting today
  • Limited supply of COVID boosters available at SHS
  • Parking lot closing temporarily for car show
  • President Muma hosting town halls for CAS, CHP and College of Engineering today
  • President Muma hosting town hall for University Libraries Sept. 26
  • Two Deloitte leaders team up as Barton School’s latest Executives-in-Residence
  • WSU student’s debut documentary chosen for 2022 Tallgrass Film Festival
  • Get autographs and giveways at Shocker Volleyball match today
  • Donor generosity supports 100+ programs on Founders’ Day of Giving
  • CHP offering patient-serving clinics to public
  • View Graduate School changes for fall 2022
  • Parking lot closing temporarily for car show
  • HR office closing part of the day Sept. 23
  • Enter Fall at the Cadman Contest
  • Mid-review for 2022-2023 myPerformance evaluations due Sept. 30
  • Oklahoma Shocker Spotlight: Brianna Smith
  • Pee for Pizza Event today
  • Good Neighbor Week events: Walk Red Bud Trail at Neighborhood Walk Sept. 25
  • Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month Sept. 26
  • Say farewell to Jill Pletcher at retirement reception
  • Attend Annual Religion Lecture Oct. 3
  • Schedule September WSU headshot appointment
  • Encourage students to attend Study Abroad Fair
  • Save on long sleeve tees at the Braeburn Square Shocker Store
  • Visit with Shocker Career Accelerator at open house today
  • Shocker Learning Center hosting Fall Open House today
  • President Muma hosting town halls for Business, Fairmount and Honors colleges today
  • Participate in Good Neighbor Week Sept. 25-Oct. 1
  • Study Abroad Spotlight: Learn about Sam Gales
  • Learn more about academic integrity
  • Do you need a course evaluation for fall 2022?
  • KBOR names Guo as Regents Distinguished Professor of Public Finance
  • Enter Fall at the Cadman Contest
  • Faculty soloist to appear with WSU Symphony Orchestra Sept. 22
  • Shocker Learning Center hosting Fall Open House Sept. 21
  • Savvy Scholars Workshop to cover Advanced Research Computing at WSU
  • Physics Seminar features discusses ‘Astrophysical, Cosmic Ray and Beyond’
  • President Muma hosting town halls for Business, Fairmount and Honors Colleges Sept. 21
  • Wichita State shortstop uses her art and athletic ability to build her NIL brand
  • Visit the Shocker Support Locker
  • Attend Staff Senate meeting
  • Volunteers requested for Wu’s Big Event
  • Save on Shocker Gear
  • Celebrate National Pepperoni Pizza Day
  • Limited supply of COVID boosters available at SHS
  • KBOR approves several WSU projects
  • Vicki Whisenhant hired as new executive director of Human Resources
  • OneStop closing temporarily for staff development
  • Attend faculty town hall about KBOR update today
  • Learn where to report concerning behavior
  • Celebrate the 75th anniversary of the U.S. Air Force
  • Pee for Pizza Event Sept. 22
  • Constitution Week events focus on representation and citizen dialogue
  • Participants requested for low back pain research study
  • Gina Crabtree appointed as interim assistant VP and registrar
  • Regents approve new WSU peer institutions
  • Watch video of fall 2022 Academic Convocation
  • WSU researchers win $1.4 million NSF grant to mitigate environmental impact of road salt
  • Get coffee, lunch at Food Truck Plaza today
  • Celebrate the 75th anniversary of the U.S. Air Force
  • Physics Seminar features discusses ‘Astrophysical, Cosmic Ray and Beyond’
  • Visit with Shocker Career Accelerator at Open House Sept. 21
  • Join Women of WSU members event Sept. 29
  • Adults with decreased sound tolerance requested for research study
  • OneStop closing temporarily for staff development
  • Fall 2022 SPTE request forms available
  • Mid-review for 2022-2023 myPerformance evaluations due Sept. 30
  • Join KMUW’s September Literary Feast
  • Attend Introduction to Library Research
  • WSU’s Physical Therapy department requesting adult participants for research study
  • University Research/Creative Award proposals due Oct.7
  • Multidisciplinary Research Project Awards proposals due Oct. 7
  • Volunteers requested for 2022 Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation walk
  • Patricia Houston selected as CEI director of organizations culture