The Office of Engagement at Wichita State University opened its doors in 2020. It is intended to serve as a front door for community members and agencies, who want access to resources and assets within the university that can be used to bolster both economic prosperity and the community.
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The Four Pillars of Engagement
Wichita State is an anchor institution in South Central Kansas that can help overcome economic, health, and educational disparities, and help stop the outward migration of millennials.
For more than 125 years Wichita State has been an integral part of the growth and prosperity in Kansas. Wichita State is committed to reinvigorating the public purpose of higher educational institutions and be a vital agent and architect of a flourishing region, by addressing income inequality and overcoming health and education disparities.
WSU’s Office of Engagement has four pillars that help drive and guide partnerships and collaborations in addressing disparities and driving prosperity.
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Director of Engagement
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The 4 Pillars of Engagement
Making connections to WSU and Service Projects
Shocker Neighborhood Outreach VISTA
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Shocker Neighborhood Events and Service Projects
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The Office of Engagement
The Engagement OfficeFind us in Hubbard Hall, Room 113
Office Address: 1845 Fairmount St., Box 22, Wichita, KS 67260 | Main Number: 316-978-5061