|Shocker Softball vs. Northern Iowa
Location: Wilkins Stadium
Current Wichita State students can pick up free tickets with a valid Shocker ID card at the
University Bookstore, Heskett Center or at the ticket office in Charles Koch Arena.
General admission -- Adult: $8
General admission -- Discount*: $6
General admission -- Group**: $5
*Discount applies to children 2-12 and adults over the age of 65
**Group discount for purchases of 10 or more tickets in advance of the gates opening
For more information and for tickets, call the Wichita State Athletics Ticket Office at (316) 978
-FANS(3267), find them in the southwest corner of Charles Koch Arena or visit www.goshockers.com.
The ticket office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and an hour prior to
Open to the public.
Workshop: Business Booster Series: How Do You Design a Usable Mobile App?4-day event: 4/11/2014 - 4/14/2014
Location: 010 Devlin Hall
This workshop will help you understand design principles for developing mobile applications for smartphone, tablet and wearable devices with a step-by-step toolkit.
Instructors: Dr. Jibo He, Assistant Professor & Dr. Barbara S. Chaparro, Director at Software Usability Research Lab
- $50 for public
- $5 for WSU student
- $10 for WSU employee
- $0 for WSU faculty/Fellow
- $25 for KFBF member
- $30 for WSU alumni
For more information, call 316-978-3000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Open to WSU Community.
Sponsored by Meritrust Credit Union
WSU Opera presents: Die Fledermaus (The Revenge of the Bat)
Location: Miller Concert Hall located inside Duerksen Fine Arts Center
Tickets for this event are $16. Discounts are available. For more information, call the Fine Arts Box Office at 316-978-3233 Monday-Friday, 12-5p.m. Tickets are available online at http://www.wichita.edu/j/?2666
Doors open a half hour before show time. Box Office opens one hour prior to show time in the Duerksen Fine Arts Center Lobby. Please plan to arrive early to avoid lines.
As one of the most popular operettas of all time, Die Fledermaus has everything needed for a great evening's entertainment: wonderful characters, a truly funny book, and music that bubbles along like champagne. The Bat of the title is Dr. Falke, on whom his friend Mr. Eisenstein once played a trick. The two had gone to a costume party, and got roaring drunk. Eisenstein left Falke passed out in the town square dressed in his bat costume. Tonight is Falke's turn: he concocts an elaborate ruse to get Eisenstein invited to a decadent party, and arranges for his wife to catch him flirting with chorus girls from the ballet. Hilarious complications ensue, but there's never a doubt that all will end on an up-note. Directed by Marie King, Director of Opera. Rating: PG
Open to the public.
Sponsored by the WSU School of Music