WSU Today is the internal communication daily for Wichita State University faculty and staff.  WSU Today is produced by the office of Strategic Communications.

  • Wichita State named as a COVID-19 vaccination provider; your help needed
  • Wichita State essential event guidelines
  • Join Dr. Muma for donuts on March 5
  • SEM Update: Goal 5
  • Five Shockers featured at Kansas Undergraduate Research Days
  • Study-abroad spotlight: Dr. Selena Jackson
  • CliftonStrengths Training for faculty, staff and student employees
  • USS and Non-Teaching UP Employees: Signatures are Due This Week
  • Join us for Lunch and Learn on March 29
  • Sunflower Espresso, Dr. Tawook food trucks on campus March 4
  • Revisit recorded OER panel during #OpenEducationWeek
  • Applications open for 39th annual Exposure Photography Competition
  • 2021 LEAD Conference call for proposals
  • SAC event features virtual magician
  • Andy Sykes leads lifting clinic
  • Shocker Baseball hosts Dixie State
  • Ceramic media scholars featured in Thursday's Ulrich talks
  • David Perez to perform at Wednesdays in Wiedemann
  • Barton faculty authors Eagle article
  • Barton faculty interviewed on NPR's 'Marketplace'
  • Manager of building trades position open to Wichita State employees only
  • Share your matrilineal memories
  • Journey East Asia Grill reopening Friday
  • $1.50 bowling on Fridays for rewards members

  • Wichita State named as a COVID-19 vaccination provider; your help needed
  • Wichita State essential event guidelines
  • Wichita State to hold panel discussion on freedom of expression
  • Join Dr. Muma for donuts on March 5
  • Kansas Severe Weather Awareness Week
  • Nominate a Wichita State phenomenal woman
  • USS and Non-Teaching UP Employees: Signatures are Due This Week
  • March HealthQuest upcoming events
  • Trade food, supplies to pay off parking fines
  • Order faculty commencement regalia
  • Understanding course codes in a nutshell
  • Register for the 2021 virtual Gender & Sexuality in Kansas Conference
  • Environmental Finance Center celebrates 10th anniversary in 2020 annual report
  • David Perez, to perform at Wednesdays in Wiedemann
  • Speaker presents 'Is Capitalism in Crisis?'
  • Physics seminar features P. Albright on March 3

  • Brown promoted to full-time head coach
  • Join Dr. Muma for donuts on March 5
  • Kansas Severe Weather Awareness Week
  • Office hours are student hours 
  • SPTE request forms due March 3
  • Sherr Scholarship awarded to 7 CHP students
  • Understanding course codes in a nutshell
  • State employee health plan updates in response to COVID-19
  • Sunflower Espresso, Dr. Tawook food trucks on campus March 4
  • Faculty Senate: Call for nominations
  • David Perez, to perform at Wednesdays in Wiedemann
  • Nominate your student employee for SGA's 2021 Student Employee of the Year Award 
  • Encourage students to apply for TRIO DSS
  • Nominate your GTA for the 2021 SGA Graduate Teaching Award of the Year
  • SGA scholarships now open
  • TRIO Student Support Services is now accepting applications
  • Deadline for SGA awards approaching
  • Chartwells Catering cookie special: Shamrocks
  • Sale on basketballs and volleyballs this week

  • Join Dr. Muma for donuts on March 5
  • Big Ten schools are falling behind when it comes to academic research. The winner? Wichita State
  • A lesson in Black history: Unknown horsemen, unknown heroes
  • Revisions to Remote Work Guidance and Review Process are now available
  • myPerformance manager review due this week
  • Trade food, supplies to pay off parking fines
  • Win up to $10,000 in the Shocker New Venture Competition
  • New episode of 'Let's Talk About It" launched 
  • Jennifer McDonald talks about her urban winery
  • Apply to pitch at the Mid-West Air Force Collider
  • Get Ready for the Shocker New Venture Competition
  • Register for the 2021 virtual Gender & Sexuality in Kansas Conference
  • Share your matrilineal memories
  • Submit your research summary to WSU research newsletter
  • Support WSU students at the Virtual Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol
  • TRIO Student Support Services is now accepting applications
  • Deadline for SGA awards approaching
  • Applied learning highlight of the week: Cheyenne D. Stillinger

  • Employee and student COVID-19 testing 
  • 2020 graduate secured a job amidst pandemic
  • Two students chosen as recipients of Women for Innovation Award
  • Central Services announces new office supply vendor
  • Register now for WSU Finance 101
  • Join UP and USS senates for Final Friday Social Activities
  • Boynton publishes book on Celtic capitalism
  • Volunteers needed for a research study

  • Wichita State health science students add to experiences during pandemic
  • A special appeal to Wichita State faculty and staff
  • HealthQuest Biometric Screenings update
  • SEM Update: Goal 4
  • Understanding course codes in a nutshell
  • Video celebrates 125 years of Shocker spirit
  • Study abroad faculty spotlight: Quang Nguyen
  • myPerformance manager review due this week
  • Revisions to Remote Work Guidance and Review Process are now available
  • CliftonStrengths Training for faculty, staff and student employees
  • WSU headshot appointments available 
  • Shocker Career Accelerator - lunch drawing
  • Students can submit entries for Hippodrome video contest
  • Faculty nominations sought for president's distinguished service award
  • Submit proposals for the Diverse Women's Summit
  • 'The Urgency of Intersectionality' Ted Talk and discussion
  • Save the date for Coffee & Convo with Dr. Marche' Fleming-Randle, Feb. 25
  • Understanding Finance at WSU event set for Feb. 25
  • Register now for WSU Finance 101
  • Minnesota professor to speak at physics seminar
  • Hernandez, Sulyok featured today's in Ulrich faculty talk
  • Kansas NASA EPSCoR Program requesting proposals for a Seed Research Initiation Grant opportunity
  • Submit your research summary to WSU research newsletter
  • Deadline for SGA awards approaching
  • Enjoy a free scoop of custard
  • Save on Under Armour Merchandise Wednesday and Thursday

  • Wichita State aerospace alum wins Black Engineer of the Year Award
  • Understanding course codes in a nutshell
  • CliftonStrengths Training for faculty, staff and student employees
  • Transition Mentor nominations are open
  • Apply to pitch at the Mid-West Air Force Collider
  • Central Services announces new office supply vendor
  • Get Ready for the Shocker New Venture Competition
  • Women Faculty Forum set for Feb. 25 
  • Wu Soul Food Grab-and-Go
  • Steve Clark YMCA kicks off community fundraising campaign
  • SGA scholarships now open
  • Nominate your student employee for SGA's 2021 Student Employee of the Year Award 
  • Enjoy a free scoop of custard
  • Capitol Graduate Research Summit is open for viewing

  • Employee and student COVID-19 testing 
  • Teaching plans for summer and fall
  • Faculty Senate meeting today
  • Mental health advocacy – how to get involved
  • Celebrate International Mother Tongue Day through music
  • Revisions to Remote Work Guidance and Review Process are now available
  • myPerformance manager review due this week
  • It's your password. Protect it. 
  • Faculty nominations sought for president's distinguished service award
  • Central Services announces new office supply vendor
  • Shocker Career Accelerator annual report
  • Wichita State Baseball unveils 2021 schedule
  • KMUW conversation focuses on COVID-19 vaccine
  • From ants to diversity: Harvard professor presents at WSU
  • Shocker Baseball hosts Oklahoma State
  • Volunteers needed for a research study
  • Capitol Graduate Research Summit is open for viewing
  • SGA elections: Encourage students to take part
  • Nominate students for Student Ambassador Society
  • Enjoy a free scoop of custard
  • 25% off select sportswear at the Shocker Store

  • Employee and student COVID-19 testing 
  • Phone scam to watch out for
  • Revisions to remote work guidance and review process are now available
  • High SEAS participation by faculty in fall 2020
  • myPerformance manager review is due
  • Faculty nominations sought for president's distinguished service award
  • Win up to $10,000 in the Shocker New Venture Competition
  • Learn about ISME professional organizations
  • Submit virtual and in-person events to the WSU Events Calendar
  • Wu Soul Food Grab-and-Go
  • Join UP and USS senates for Final Friday Social Activities
  • The Shocker Career Accelerator presents JCPenney Suit-Up on Feb. 21
  • SGA scholarships now open
  • Deadline today: Encourage students to apply for Senior Honors
  • Free boxes of produce offered to students, faculty and staff
  • Enjoy a free scoop of custard
  • Tune in to Shock Talk podcast for stories about innovation and entrepreneurship in Wichita