• Game day parking enforced Jan. 28
  • Lot 41 by Woolsey Hall to be partially closed Jan. 25, 26
  • Town hall scheduled for College of Applied Studies faculty, staff Feb. 1
  • Remember to complete employee self-evaluation by Jan. 31
  • Learn more about the new course evaluation tool: CES
  • Nominate faculty for President’s Distinguished Service Award
  • Campus community invited to biweekly legislative update session
  • Detective Jeffrey Rider, WSU PD, retires after 33 years of service, reception planned Feb. 2
  • Cohen Honors College to host housewarming event Jan. 25
  • ODI hosts 16th annual Martin Luther King Jr. commemoration
  • Join Healthcare Research Roundtable and Summit 2024 March 22
  • Academic Integrity 101 training available through myTraining
  • Game day parking enforced Jan. 24
  • Town halls scheduled for Graduate School, Engineering faculty, staff Jan. 31
  • Student success spotlight: Lubna Aldulaimi
  • Request a study abroad presentations for your class, student group
  • Vote for Woolsey Hall for Wichita Business Journal’s ‘Coolest Office in Wichita’
  • Award for Research/Creative Projects in Summer (ARCS) proposals are due to the Office of Research by Feb. 2
  • Voyager Engineer joins Interstellar Seminar for presentation
  • Learn the Wichita State Fight Song and more at Cheers & Chants 101
  • Track & field to host Wilson Invitational starting Jan. 25
  • Enjoy art and party at the Ulrich Spring Exhibition Opening Celebration
  • Experience the MLK exhibit in the Cadman Art Gallery during the month of January
  • Teaching Matters series continues with ‘Cultivating Student Relationships in the Virtual Classroom’ Feb. 2
  • Attend WSU Campus Climate launch Feb. 8
  • Encourage students to attend next Savvy Scholar workshop
  • Shocker Financial Wellness to offer tips on eating healthy on a budget
  • Cohen Honors College to host housewarming event Jan. 25
  • Join Office of Diversity and Inclusion for spring Unity Breakfast
  • Encourage students to explore the library Jan. 26, Jan. 30
  • Barton School of Business is hiring an academic advisor
  • Doctoral student is seeking participants for research project
  • Volunteers needed for research study
  • School of Computing students, faculty attend job fair in Washington, D.C.
  • Kim Moore elected to 1EdTech board of directors
  • This week at the Food Truck Plaza
  • Join gameday special at the Shocker Sports Grill & Lanes
  • Thirteen high school seniors chosen as finalists in WSU’s Distinguished Scholarship Invitational
  • Lot 41 by Woolsey Hall to be partially closed Jan. 25, 26
  • Remember to complete employee self-evaluation by Jan. 31
  • Barton School entrepreneurship keynote set for Feb. 22
  • Fairmount College to induct three to Hall of Fame
  • WSU earns 2023 Campus Prevention Network Seal of Prevention
  • Expand your skills and boost your career with WSU Badge Courses
  • Submissions to present student research at the Capitol are due Feb. 2
  • Regional Institute on Aging request for proposals due April 1
  • Learn the Wichita State Fight Song and more at Cheers & Chants 101
  • Enjoy art and party at the Ulrich Spring Exhibition Opening Celebration
  • Departments, student groups welcome students to campus with Welcomefest events
  • Attend Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction meditations for faculty, staff
  • Join cosmic bowling at the Shocker Sports Grill & Lanes
  • Media Resources Center provides guide for writing ALT text
  • This week at the Food Truck Plaza
  • Game day parking enforced Jan. 24
  • Attend Faculty Senate meeting Jan. 22
  • Employee review of personal self service information
  • Nominate students for the ALOTY Award
  • Digital technologies help Wichita refugees thrive
  • Abstract submissions open for Graduate Research and Scholarly Projects Symposium
  • CES course evaluation results are available for fall 2023
  • Federal Work Study updated for maximum hours allocated
  • Call for fiscal year 2025 Educational Opportunity and student fee funding requests
  • Nominations are open for 2024 Staff Senate Distinguished Service Awards
  • Learn more about damage and/or destruction of property policy at WSU
  • Lecture series in mathematical sciences presents Dr. Jue Yan, Iowa State University Jan. 26
  • Clayton Staples Gallery hosts exhibition between Shockers, students from The Academy of Fine Arts
  • Shocker Financial Wellness to offer tips on eating healthy on a budget
  • RSVP to attend NSF EPSCoR computer systems research webinar viewing
  • RSVP to the annual Strategic Communications Seminar
  • Give blood and receive a $20 Amazon gift card
  • Volunteers needed for research study
  • Respondents requested for shopping habits survey
  • WSU reveals renderings for downtown’s Wichita Biomedical Campus
  • Lot 20 by Wilner Auditorium to be closed Jan. 19
  • Nominate students for the ALOTY Award
  • Experience the MLK exhibit in the Cadman Art Gallery during the month of January
  • Office of Admissions is hosting Black & Yellow Day Feb. 19
  • Winter Welcome: Update regarding inclement weather
  • ‘This Other Eden’ is KMUW’s January Literary Feast book pick
  • RSVP to the annual Strategic Communications Seminar
  • Barton School of Business is hiring an academic advisor
  • Winter Welcome: Update regarding inclement weather
  • Employee review of personal self service information
  • Dr. Pamela O’Neal receives first Adult Learner Advocate Certification from UALI
  • Shocker Career Accelerator welcomes Julie Sanders to its team
  • Physical therapy program sees expansion with WSU Old Town construction
  • Nominate faculty for President’s Distinguished Service Award
  • WSU Foundation and Alumni Engagement announces new president and CEO
  • Lot 20 by Wilner Auditorium to be closed Jan. 19
  • Student success spotlight: Chelsea Redger-Marquardt
  • Title IX & Civil Rights Training required for students, faculty and staff
  • Employee review of personal self service information
  • CES course evaluation results are available for fall 2023
  • School of Nursing seeking faculty, staff for standardized patient roles
  • Matthew Albers promoted to assistant director of auxiliary services
  • Shocker Support Locker opens for the spring 2024 semester
  • Media Resources Center provides guide for writing ALT text
  • Student Conduct & Community Standards provides video about academic integrity
  • Departments, student groups welcome students to campus with Welcomefest events
  • UPDATED DATE: Join Healthcare Research Roundtable and Summit 2024 March 22
  • Join Office of Diversity and Inclusion for spring Unity Breakfast
  • RSVP to the annual Strategic Communications Seminar
  • Save the date for Winter Welcome at the President’s Residence
  • Clayton Staples Gallery hosts exhibition between Shockers, students from The Academy of Fine Arts
  • WSU moves to remote operations Tuesday, Jan. 16; critical campus functions remain open
  • Welcome back, Shockers!
  • Advice to prevent cold weather illnesses and injuries
  • Employee self-evaluation in myPerformance is due Jan. 31
  • Faculty, staff clinic available on campus
  • Fairmount College to induct three to Hall of Fame
  • Parking garage add-on ePermits are still available
  • Shocker Support Locker opens for the spring 2024 semester
  • Call for fiscal year 2025 Educational Opportunity and student fee funding requests
  • Jamf Connect can help stop Mac passwords being out of sync
  • Nominations are open for 2024 Staff Senate Distinguished Service Awards
  • ODI hosts 16th annual Martin Luther King Jr. commemoration
  • Join Healthcare Research Roundtable and Summit 2024 Jan. 26
  • Track & field to host Wilson Invitational starting Jan. 25
  • Doctoral student is seeking participants for research project
  • Advice to prevent cold weather illnesses and injuries
  • University Staff Senate meeting set for Jan. 16
  • Parking garage add-on ePermits are still available
  • Game day parking enforced Jan. 14
  • RSVP to the annual Strategic Communications Seminar
  • Campus community invited to biweekly legislative update session
  • Lot 41, near Woolsey Hall, to close for event Jan. 11
  • Join today’s online Academic Resources Conference sessions
  • Campus community invited to biweekly legislative update session