The following is an excerpt from the Sept. 6 issue of The Wichita Eagle. Ravi Pendse, chief information officer and associate vice president for academic affairs and research at Wichita State University, was profiled in the article.
Scientist sees tech as a way of living
Sep 6, 2009 11:01 PM | Print
There's a guy in town who is helping to reinvent the world.
And with that tiny magic wand you will turn any flat surface into your keyboard, turn any blank wall into your viewing screen.
His name is Ravi Pendse. He works at Wichita State University.
Temporary office relocations
Wichita State police lend helping hand
WSU makes case for special funding priorities
Revisions made to parking plan
High School Guest Program offering $500 scholarships
Collaboration to benefit WSU students
WSU camps introduce youth to engineering
WSU Foundation welcomes two new leaders
Wichita has 'secret source' of IT talent
WSU School of Nursing benefits from grant
Multi-disciplinary field study
WSU Foundation finishes strong year
WSU director to speak on racial profiling
WSU research uses all types of people
Shuttle system adds new stops
Permits to be required to park on main campus
WSU names new director of AEGD program
WSU reorganizes admin structure
WSU, WuShock logo at IndyCar Series
WSU hosting ACT Prep Workshop
Wichita State welcomes FarmHouse fraternity to campus
WSU grad overcame tragedy to earn her degree
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