Teams representing Kansas BEST were once again dominant at the regional Frontier Trails BEST Championship hosted at the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith Dec. 5-6, taking three out of the top four places.
Wichita State University's Counseling and Testing Center is offering a workshop to help high school students prepare for the ACT from 8 a.m.-noon Saturday, Jan. 17. The workshop will present general test-taking tips and practice questions for the English, reading, math and science test sections.
In a gift commitment with sweeping impact, Koch Industries and the Fred and Mary Koch Foundation have pledged $11.25 million to create and advance programs at Wichita State University aimed at helping students excel and become the next generation of entrepreneurs, innovators and business leaders.
Wichita State's Center for Entrepreneurship will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony to open the Kansas Family Business Forum (KFBF) Innovation Hub at 4 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 11, on the second floor of Devlin Hall. The facility features meeting space and video conferencing technology with multiple video screens for presentations.
Westar Energy has become a desired destination for Wichita State students wanting on-the-job training in the electrical engineering field. And it has become a place where an innovative spirit is encouraged among interns.
Final demolition began at 9 a.m. this morning (Monday, Dec. 8) on the Wheatshocker Apartments building, clearing the way for the first new building of Wichita State University's planned Innovation Campus.
Wichita State University professors collaborating on a Fermilab high-energy experiment have powered up a new control center that will allow them to remotely monitor the progress of the Fermilab NOvA experiment in real time.
Recent assaults and other crimes south of Wichita State's campus have led President John Bardo to direct the formation of a task force called "Enough is Enough" to focus on creating safe, economically vibrant neighborhoods near campus.
The Wichita Community Foundation has awarded a $50,000 grant to STEMpact2020, a citywide effort led by Wichita State University's College of Engineering, to support the recruitment of local professionals as mentors to young people with STEM potential.