AM Coordination Meeting & Statistics Tutorial

April 28 - 30, 2020

Details to be posted soon

PMC & CMC Coordination Meeting & Tutorials

July 7 - 10, 2020

3M Innovation Center St. Paul, MN

Details to be posted soon


National Institute for Aviation Research - Hotels

Visitors and guests to WSU/NIAR may take advantage of discounted lodging rates at the following hotels. Additional hotels in the Wichita area have a WSU rate. Just ask at the time of booking.


Candlewood Suites Northeast 
3141 N Webb Rd
 / (316) 634-6070 
2-Star / 4.2 rating 
Request the NIAR rate.
$75 per night

Courtyard Marriott Wichita East
2975 North Webb Road
3-Star / 4.0 Rating
Request the WSU rate.
(316) 636-4600
$129 per night

Fairfield Inn & Suites By Marriott - Wichita East
333 South Webb Road / (316) 685-3777
2-Star / 4.0 Rating
Request the WSU rate.
$82 (+ tax) per night

Hampton Inn
2433 North Greenwich Road / (316) 636-5594
3-Star / 4.3 Rating
Request the WSU rate 

Hilton Garden Inn
2041 North Bradley Fair Parkway / (316) 219-4444
3-Star / 4.2 Rating 
Request the WSU rate

The Inn at Tallgrass
2282 N Tara, Wichita, KS 67226
3-Star / 4.2 Rating
Request the WSU rate
$95 Studio / $115 1-Bedroom / $189 2-Bedroom

Staybridge Suites
2250 N Greenwich Rd, Wichita / (316) 927-3888 
4-Star / 4.2 Rating
Request the NIAR or NCAT rate

TownePlace Suites (Marriott)
9444 East 29th Street North / (316) 631-3773
2-Star / 4.0 Rating
Request the WSU rate 

Wichita Marriott East
9100 Corporate Hills Dr.
4-Star / 4.2 Rating
Federal Government Rate


Hotel at OldTown
830 E. 1st St / 877-265-3869
3-Star / 4.6 Rating
Request the WSU rate
$121 Queen / $131 King / $141 Q/Q Studio / $171 1-Bedroom Suite

Hotel at WaterWalk
711 S. Main St. / 866-822-6274
3-Star / 4.4 Rating
Request the WSU Rate 
$99 King Suite / $99 1-Bedroom Suite / $99 Exec. Double / $129 1-Bedroom Loft

For more information on Wichita area hotels:




Wichita hosts a great number of things to see and do. In the metro area, there are 33 museums, more than 22 attractions, 22 live theatres, 28 art galleries and 32 golf courses. 
Top 5 According to
1. Sedgwick County Zoo
2. Botanica: The Wichita Gardens
3. Specialty & Gift Shops
4. The Keeper of the Plains
5. Museum of World Treasures

Come see us at the Kansas Aviation Museum to explore the history of flight and learn why Wichita is the Air Capital of the World. Our home is the beautiful and historic 1935 Wichita Municipal Airport terminal. Three floors to explore plus a dramatic view from the control tower and a mix of 24 historic and modern static aircraft. The Kansas Aviation Museum has been flying high over the past ten years with upgrades, renovations, and the like that make the museum a great place for both Wichita area residents and visitors alike. 

If you're a foodie, then be thankful you found Wichita. More than 1,000 restaurants in the city reflect the community's appetite for diverse international cuisine, some of the finest steaks in the world and quirky one-of-a-kind Wichita traditions. After a few days of dining decisions, you'll see why called Wichita a "Top 10 Surprising Foodie City."

Approximately four million visitors come to Wichita, Kansas, each year. There are more than 1,000 restaurants that pepper the city representing all types of cuisine. Shopping choices abound with eclectic shops, antique stores, and open-air shopping centers.Wichita is also home to a great number of museums and attractions where visitors can explore art, hands-on exhibits, botanical gardens, the Old West, and Indian artifacts. Nighttime entertainment fills the air with theater performances, live music, dancing, and a dine-while-you-watch movie theater. When it comes to dining, shopping and playing... Wichita has something for everyone!

Learn more at Visit Wichita