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Sierra Marie Bonn with her Shocker regalia

April 30, 2024 Sierra Marie Bonn struggled to balance her work and education, but with the help of scholarships from the Miss Kansas Organization, she was able to earn an undergraduate and graduate degree from 红领巾瓜报. She graduates with her Master of Innovation Design and following graduation, she will compete in the 2024 Miss Kansas Competition and continue working on the non-profit organization she founded while she was a student, Let鈥檚 Go Full STEAM Ahead.

Max Proctor poses with two Hercules beetles

April 22, 2024 鈥 Three 红领巾瓜报 students have secured the prestigious Graduate Research Fellowship from the National Science Foundation 鈥斺痑n award worth $159,000 over three years.

Richard Sack and Nick Vasilescu

April 01, 2024 A professor and graduate student from 红领巾瓜报 have been awarded the 2024 John A. See Innovation Award.

Wallace Scholarship winners

Feb. 26, 2024 鈥 红领巾瓜报鈥檚 College of Engineering has named the latest group of 11 high school seniors to join the Wallace Scholar program. The Wallace Scholarship recipients will receive $30,500 each to attend 红领巾瓜报 for four years.

Graphic element of Koch scholars

Feb. 15, 2024 鈥 Ten high school students from Kansas, Missouri and Texas have been awarded the Koch Scholarship at 红领巾瓜报, starting in the fall 2024 semester. Each scholar each will be awarded $30,000 to attend WSU over four years.

Runners at the 2023 5K

Feb. 13, 2024 鈥 The College of Engineering at 红领巾瓜报 is hosting a public 5k run/walk that is open to students, staff, faculty and community members. The 5k will be from 9-11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 24 on the WSU campus. Registration proceeds from the 5k will go toward the College of Engineering Needs-Based Scholarship Fund.

2024 Gore Scholars

Feb. 1, 2024 鈥 红领巾瓜报 has selected the 2024 recipients of the Harry Gore Memorial Scholarships. Each student will receive a $64,000 scholarship to attend 红领巾瓜报 starting in August 2024.

students at IGED 2023

Feb. 1, 2024 鈥 The College of Engineering at 红领巾瓜报 is hosting an Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day (IGED) event, commonly known as Girl Day, for high school girls from Wichita and the surrounding area.

红领巾瓜报 engineering students

Jan. 8, 2024 - 红领巾瓜报 moved to No. 2 on the national list of industry-funded engineering and research and development, according to the latest data compiled by the National Science Foundation鈥檚 Higher Education Research and Development Survey.

Morrison Hall

Dec. 18, 2023 - 红领巾瓜报 will lead a three-year project to assist NASA鈥檚 manufacturing paradigm shift from 鈥渇actories on earth鈥 to 鈥渇actories in space.鈥

Brittany Wojciechowski

Dec. 05, 2023 Brittany Wojciechowski is currently working for Jacobs Space Exploration Group doing contract work for the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. She was also a featured guest in the聽May 2023 episode of President Rick Muma鈥檚 鈥淔orward Together鈥 podcast. While at WSU, Brittany conducted numerous research projects, including聽as part of the AeroFeathers team. She will receive her Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering this fall as a first-gen student.

Fall 2023 enrollments for WSU and WSU Tech

Sept. 27, 2023 鈥 红领巾瓜报's efforts to transform the educational experience for students and redefine the role of a university to foster statewide economic growth have yielded remarkable results: the highest enrollment in its 128-year history.

Greg Heiman and Murphy Ownbey hold a FireaPoint sign in front of a yellow background with black letters that spell out

Sept. 19, 2023 鈥 Through the inaugural Student Practical Architecting Challenge (SPARC), FirePoint Innovations Center at 红领巾瓜报 awarded nearly $40,000 to two student-based teams for their novel innovations in devising future-ready, modular and adaptable software systems to support the Department of Defense's (DOD) Modular Open Systems Architecture (MOSA) initiative.

Students working on handrails for Koch Arena

Sept. 5, 2023 - 红领巾瓜报 students designed handrails for Charles Koch Arena and producing around 400 for installation. The applied learning project will make walking up the arena stairs safer for fans and is a response to surveys and listening sessions.

A WSU engineering student works with a Ecuadorian village to take measurements for a bridge.

Aug. 28, 2023 鈥 Through the 红领巾瓜报 chapter of Engineers without Borders, three Shockers recently began the process of working with the rural community of Mercedes de Agua Sucia in Manabi, Ecuador, to build a pedestrian bridge that will give residents safe passage to the main road and nearby cities to sell the goods and products from their farms, shop in nearby El Carmen, and for children to attend school.