• SBIR/STTR Proposal Preparation Webinars
  • Grant fuels digital transformation, applied learning opportunities
  • Register for the Kansas Economic Outlook Conference
  • GoBabyGo students work through pandemic to get children moving
  • College of Health Professions hosts interactive virtual information sessions
  • Submit your WelcomeFest events
  • Registration required for two exciting virtual artist talks hosted by Ulrich Museum this week
  • Wichita has been selected to partner with StoryCorps to foster conversations across ideological divides
  • Join us this summer at Boats & Bikes!
  • WuShock bobbleheads now available at the Shocker Store
  • Extra discount on clearance merchandise

  • WSU researcher awarded $1.1 million grant to create adaptive wayfinding system
  • Wichita State hires new dean for College of Health Professions
  • SBIR/STTR Proposal Preparation Webinars
  • Dr. Muma will join KMUW to discuss back-to-school preparedness at the next Digital Democracy on Tap
  • WSU shows commitment to visually impaired students with state-of-the-art braille printer
  • Ulrich + You free membership
  • Join us this summer at Boats & Bikes!
  • Wanted: Volunteers to help with 2020 bicycle and pedestrian count event
  • WuShock bobbleheads now available at the Shocker Store
  • Volleyball season tickets on sale now

  • Research firm Navatek to open WSU office; partnership will greatly grow military research
  • Digital Twin program brings new life to old aircraft
  • Shockers, Wildcats revive hoop series after 17 years
  • Scholarships now available for WSU Badge Courses!
  • KMUW's newsroom receives three national PMJA awards
  • 125th anniversary lapel pins now available
  • Wichita State University face masks in the Shocker Store
  • Save 30% during the Christmas in July Sale
  • Join us at the Heskett Center
  • Student and graduate assistant positions open at University Libraries
  • Be rewarded with free pool in July

  • Stands proudly: Wichita State celebrates its 125th Anniversary
  • FirePoint Innovations at Wichita State provides assistance to US military
  • John and Colleen Wooley’s $2.2 million estate gift is dedicated to WSU students
  • Eugene M. Hughes Metropolitan Complex announces reopening
  • Wichita State University face masks in the Shocker Store
  • Community members welcome back to University Libraries with limited hours
  • KMUW keyboard calendar stickers are back for the 2020-21 academic year
  • Be rewarded with free pool in July
  • Wanted: Volunteers to help with 2020 bicycle and pedestrian count event

  • No. 1 transfer destination nine years running
  • Clinic in a Can fills health care gaps across the globe
  • Criminal justice professor fights for prisoners' families
  • KMUW's Digital Democracy on Tap will address Wichita policing with a panel of local experts
  • The Fuse needs your help to get community partner $25,000!
  • KMUW keyboard calendar stickers are back for the 2020-21 academic year
  • Ulrich Museum partners with Smartify App on Community Billboard Project starting July 1

  • Latest WSU research news available in Research Newsletter
  • WSU undergrad builds organization around social-impact engineering
  • Try the YMCA!
  • WSU announces changes to popular Lifelong Learning classes
  • University Libraries provides online checkouts
  • Fall 2021 admissions application opens July 1
  • The RSC is open!
  • Shocker Store closing for inventory
  • MFA thesis show on view at ShiftSpace Gallery
  • 'Pandemic Portraits' features Wichita State alumnus Alex Moore

  • NSF I-Corps program at Wichita State helps launch Kansas City biotechnology startup
  • Grad certificate in data science created to meet industry demand
  • Wichita State helps produce stethoscopes for COVID-19 patients
  • KMUW's digital event will address how the upcoming elections will continue amid the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Wichita State professor uses Minecraft to create virtual field camp
  • Porcaro’s expertise featured in story about online learning
  • Shocker grad: 'We know Wichita State always will be there for us'
  • Stay up-to-date with University Libraries
  • University Libraries provides online checkouts
  • Room reservations in the Rhatigan Student Center
  • Wanted: Volunteers to help with 2020 bicycle and pedestrian count event
  • Shocker Sports Grill & Lanes extends hours and opens for play
  • Extra discount on clearance merchandise in the Shocker Store

  • June edition of president's newsletter, First Tuesday, set for today
  • NetApp breaks ground for building on Wichita State University Innovation Campus
  • Real Talk: Debriefing the recent racial events
  • Stay up-to-date with University Libraries
  • Tech updates keep Shocker Studios on cutting edge for applied learning
  • Pizza Hut Museum open by appointment only through June 30
  • Black & Yellow Day - June 12
  • University Libraries provides online checkouts
  • Continued need to share reliable health information with students during COVID-19 pandemic
  • Congratulations to KMUW's Stephan Bisaha, recipient of a Regional Murrow Award for excellence in journalism
  • Summer 2020 E-Launch
  • Campus visits resuming soon
  • Shocker Store curbside service moved
  • Extra discount on clearance merchandise at the Shocker Store

  • WSU technology breathes new life into aging Army helicopter fleet
  • LETC, university benefit from partnership
  • Join KMUW for Digital Democracy on Tap: Advice from the Frontlines
  • GoCreate collaborates with partners to make face coverings
  • Wichita State biology students tell COVID stories by turning to creativity
  • Wichita State lab gets the scoop on poop, food archaeology
  • Perspectives on the Pandemic series now on Fairmount College YouTube channel
  • Shocker Innovation Corps now accepting applications for the online summer 2020 cohort
  • Summer 2020 E-Launch
  • University Libraries sets new hours for Shocker community
  • Stay up-to-date with University Libraries
  • Shocker Store in Rhatigan Student Center reopening May 26
  • Invitation Extended by Councilman Brandon Johnson, Wichita City Council, District 1
  • Ulrich boosts outreach efforts amid COVID-19
  • RH: ‘I know other people struggle’
  • Starbucks in RSC now open

  • Wichita State’s engineering graduate programs are now the highest ranked in Kansas
  • Wichita laboratory scientist gives inside perspective on the fight against COVID-19
  • Meet a Shocker: Spring 2020 graduates
  • Meet Wichita State University's new Golden boy
  • Shocker Innovation Corps now accepting applications for the online summer 2020 cohort
  • Enjoy free online self-paced courses!
  • JoVE Science Library streaming free for WSU students and faculty
  • Perspectives on the Pandemic series now on Fairmount College YouTube channel
  • Join us for a Real Talk program
  • Koch Innovation Challenge winners advance to national competition
  • Review the Office of Diversity and Inclusion's Annual Celebration Programs
  • RSC reopening information
  • Save on Shocker gear during the Memorial Day Sale