Wichita State to hold commencement ceremonies May 17-18
May 14, 2013 11:07 AM
Senior found opportunity for involvement, success at WSU
To have a well-rounded university experience, students are often encouraged to participate in activities outside of classes. Senior Laura Schlapp has heeded the advice, taking advantage of the opportunities that Wichita State has provided her.
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WSU premedical student focuses on underserved parts of Kansas
Karissa Gilchrist plans to help others by someday becoming a doctor. The Wichita State senior not only wants to practice medicine, but also hopes to offer convenient health care to people living in low-populated areas of the state.
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WSU senior finds success in aerospace engineering program
His pleasant demeanor presents an unassuming college senior at the beginning of the rest of his life, but most seniors at Wichita State didn't grow up moving in and out of a war zone. For Tharindu "TJ" Jayaratne, it was a fact of life. As a native of Sri Lanka, he lived in danger nearly every day because of the 30-year-long civil war in the country.
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Graphic design senior lands internship at space astronomy program
In June, Wichita State University senior Sara Crowdis will travel to Baltimore for an internship at the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI). But, Crowdis isn't a science major; she will graduate with a graphic design degree.
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WSU hosts noncredit courses to engage community
Increasing college success through Student Involvement
ATAI is expanding rapidly
Ayres set to retire from WSU; will still chair safety task force
Students now have more opportunities for online learning
WSU sport management hires former Big 12 commissioner
New WSU social knowledge center will be co-led by iTalent
WSU selected for program to support innovation, entrepreneurship
Another Wichita State alumnus takes political office
Bond sales completed for first Innovation Campus building
Innovation competition winners announced
MANY, CCHT secure DOJ grant
GEAR UP grants fund program from 7th grade through college
2015 Shocker New Venture Competition launches student businesses
Koch pledges $11.25 million to WSU
Human Trafficking Awareness events at Wichita State