• Blackboard to be inaccessible July 4-5
  • Tuesday Talk with SHS discusses Queer Students of Color and Health Disparities
  • Participants needed for survey on LGBTQ+ health care
  • Power of Prep - Lunch & Learn on July 15
  • DACA resources are available
  • Dr. Marché Fleming-Randle honored by the Wichita Business Journal
  • Summer library hours
  • Shocker Store closing for inventory at noon today
  • RSC and departments closed Friday for Independence Day holiday
  • Try the YMCA!
  • Ulrich Museum partners with Smartify App on Community Billboard Project starting July 1
  • #1 transfer destination nine years running
  • Clinic in a Can fills health care gaps across the globe

  • Regents approve 2% tuition increase for Wichita State
  • Summer registration outage
  • WSU undergrad builds organization around social-impact engineering
  • College of Health Professions hosts interactive virtual information sessions
  • College of Health Professions donates face masks to WSU community
  • WSU men’s basketball team shares message to make change
  • Try the YMCA!
  • 'Pandemic Portraits' features Wichita State alumnus Alex Moore
  • MFA thesis show on view at ShiftSpace Gallery
  • Tuesday Talk with SHS and WSU students discusses The Real You & Feminizing Hormones
  • Participants needed for survey on LGBTQ+ healthcare
  • From one student to another: 10 self-improvement tips for Summer 2020
  • WSU announces changes to popular Lifelong Learning classes
  • University Libraries provides online checkouts

  • Learn more about study abroad programs
  • ZOOM appointments with the Office of Financial Aid
  • Dell Back to School Special at the Shocker Store
  • The College of Applied Studies stands with those affected by injustice
  • Wichita State professor, health care professional reflects on COVID-19 changes
  • University Libraries provides online checkouts
  • The Heskett Center is open!
  • Share your story
  • Announcing the next Common Read book!
  • Ulrich Summer 2020 exhibition preview
  • Ulrich app is perfect for self-guided tours
  • Father's Day Sale in the Shocker Store
  • Wanted: Volunteers to help with 2020 bicycle and pedestrian count event

  • Town Hall recap
  • Grad certificate in data science created to meet industry demand
  • NSF I-Corps program at Wichita State helps launch Kansas City biotechnology startup
  • Wichita State helps produce stethoscopes for COVID-19 patients
  • Announcing the next Common Read book!
  • KMUW's digital event will address how the upcoming elections will continue amid the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Counseling and Prevention Services stands with the black members of our community
  • Fairmount College issues statement on our current social climate
  • Porcaro’s expertise featured in story about online learning
  • Stay up-to-date with University Libraries
  • University Libraries provides online checkouts
  • June 9 Tuesday Talk to discuss the ‘Real You and Masculinizing Hormones’
  • Room reservations in the Rhatigan Student Center
  • Wichita State professor uses Minecraft to create virtual field camp
  • Tuesday Talk originally planned for June 2 now on YouTube
  • Shocker grad: 'We know Wichita State always will be there for us'
  • Dell Back to School Special at the Shocker Store
  • Shocker Sports Grill & Lanes extends hours and opens for play
  • Extra discount on clearance merchandise in the Shocker Store
  • Bonus Discount Fridays for Rewards members
  • Try the Burger of the Month
  • Wanted: Volunteers to help with 2020 bicycle and pedestrian count event

  • May 28 Letter to the Campus Community
  • NetApp breaks ground for building on Wichita State University Innovation Campus
  • Four candidates to be interviewed for Health Professions dean position
  • Distribution and return of mifi devices have changed
  • University Libraries has new hours for Shocker community
  • Stay up-to-date with University Libraries
  • University Libraries provides online checkouts
  • Have questions for the Career Development Center?
  • Summer 2020 E-Launch
  • Shocker Innovation Corps now accepting applications for the online summer 2020 cohort
  • Tech updates keep Shocker Studios on cutting edge for applied learning
  • Please use Student Health's main entrance starting today
  • June 2 Tuesday Talk with SHS will discuss ‘Transgender Health & The Real You’
  • New hours for Chick-Fil-A and Shocker Sports Grill & Lanes
  • Take the CliftonStrengths survey
  • Shocker Store curbside service moved
  • Extra discount on clearance merchandise at the Shocker Store
  • WSU Theatre makes a film during quarantine
  • Perspectives on the Pandemic series now on Fairmount College YouTube channel
  • Congratulations to KMUW's Stephan Bisaha, recipient of a Regional Murrow Award for excellence in journalism
  • Participants sought for undergraduate research, please share with students
  • Invitation Extended by Councilman Brandon Johnson, Wichita City Council, District 1
  • JoVE Science Library streaming free for WSU students and faculty
  • Check out Student Health Services on YouTube
  • Pizza Hut Museum open by appointment only through June 30
  • Meet a Shocker: Spring 2020 graduates

  • Virtual Celebration set for Saturday, May 16
  • Join the Student Government Association's final Virtual Town Hall of this spring semester
  • Service-Learning Showcase Awards announced
  • Loaner mifi (wireless internet) device return
  • United Way Help Center now taking appointments for individuals financially affected by COVID-19 pandemic or aviation-related layoffs
  • Public service reminder from the WSU Police Department
  • Essential Advice for Entry-Level Job and Internship Hunting During Covid-19 - Free Webinar
  • Hire Heroes USA Veterans Virtual Career Fair - Join tomorrow
  • PRSA Moving Veterans Forward Virtual Career Event tomorrow
  • Perspectives on the Pandemic series now on Fairmount College YouTube channel
  • Convergence Sciences Initiative proposal deadline extended
  • Enjoy free online self-paced courses!
  • Shocker Innovation Corps now accepting applications for the online summer 2020 cohort
  • Meet virtually with Northwestern Mutual on Friday, May 15
  • Master of Innovation Design graduate student presents complex blockchain concepts using virtual reality tools
  • Meet a Shocker: Cynthia Matson, Bachelor of Business in finance and economics
  • Let Your Fellow Shockers Know That They're #NotAlone | WSU CAPS
  • Student Health Services has a YouTube Channel
  • Shockers in medicine see reason for hope
  • Participants sought for undergraduate research, please share with your students
  • Shocker Celebration Sale
  • Meet a Shocker: Jade Mursch, communication grad
  • ShiftSpace show celebrates transformation

  • Mobile clinic providing free COVID-19 tests at Metroplex
  • Shocker Innovation Corps now accepting applications for the online summer 2020 cohort
  • Department of Education releases final Title IX regulations
  • Graduating and still looking for a job? Meet up with the Career Development Center
  • Register for the virtual Q&A drop-in sessions with the Career Development Center
  • CAREERS & the disABLED Virtual Career Fair - May 13
  • You are invited to attend the LinkedIn: Power of Your Profile Workshop tomorrow
  • Join Student Health Services for the next Tuesday Talks tomorrow
  • SHS director brings 40 years of nursing wisdom to WSU's COVID-19 response
  • GoCreate member launches a campaign in response to COVID-19
  • Master of Innovation Design graduate student presents complex blockchain concepts using virtual reality tools
  • $2.8 million grant allows WSU to continue to lead NASA in Kansas efforts
  • Student association awarded 2020 Bronze Chapter Honors
  • JoVE Science Library streaming free for WSU students and faculty
  • F45 workouts streaming 24/7
  • Shocker Celebration Sale
  • Invitation Extended by Councilman Brandon Johnson, Wichita City Council, District 1
  • Student Ambassador Society to award scholarship to current Wichita State student
  • Meet a Shocker: Vinay K. Kadarla, Ph.D. in Chemistry
  • Meet a Shocker: Bush Vo, Bachelor of Business in accounting
  • Participants wanted for a study about experiences with Spanish and schooling

  • Shockers United: The plan to slowly allow more people on campus
  • Wichita State launches new COVID-19 site
  • GRASP 2020 to be available until 5 p.m. today
  • 'My (Home) Research Experience' by Graduate Student Council today
  • Department of Education releases final Title IX regulations
  • Shocker Innovation Corps now accepting applications for the online summer 2020 cohort
  • Shocker engineers create deicing device
  • Meet a Shocker: Vinay K. Kadarla, Ph.D in Chemistry
  • The May 5 Tuesday Talk with Sara and SHS is on YouTube
  • KMUW and 1A Across America will discuss the impacts of COVID-19 on the US food supply chain
  • From one student to another: It's OK to grieve
  • Participants wanted for a study about experiences with Spanish and schooling
  • Fun Zoom backgrounds and training in how to use them now available
  • F45 workouts streaming 24/7
  • CAPS is online @ShockersCAPS
  • Student Ambassador Society to award scholarship to current Wichita State student
  • Invitation Extended by Councilman Brandon Johnson, Wichita City Council, District 1
  • JoVE Science Library streaming free for WSU students and faculty
  • Join Student Health Services for the next Tuesday Talks on May 12

  • CARES Act funds: Students are encouraged to apply now
  • Join our Virtual Academic Excellence Celebration today
  • Pandemic series speaker to discuss his work on COVID-19 vaccines and therapeutics today
  • Join us live for the 8th Annual Shocker Leadership Awards!
  • Read May's edition of president's newsletter, First Tuesday
  • OSMM presents ‘Smart Money Moves During a Pandemic’
  • GRASP 2020 to be available until Friday
  • Invitation Extended by Councilman Brandon Johnson, Wichita City Council, District 1
  • Career Development Center invites you to engage with BKD tomorrow
  • Have questions for the Career Development Center? Join the live Q & A session tomorrow!
  • From one senior to another, we'll get through this
  • Join us for Lavender Graduation on May 7
  • 'My (Home) Research Experience' by Graduate Student Council on May 8
  • Student Health Services has a YouTube Channel
  • Textbook Buyback is now online only
  • Volunteers needed for a research study
  • Resources available to support students, staff, and community during this challenging time
  • WSU philosopher featured on ‘The Planetary Society's Planetary Radio Podcast’
  • Mother's Day Sale
  • Shocker's sport management internship shifts focus after COVID-19 closures
  • Retired B1-B will arrive in Wichita soon for Air Force research project
  • JoVE Science Library streaming free for WSU students and faculty
  • Enjoy free online self-paced courses!