As part of Engineers Week, Dr. Janet Brelin-Fornari will be the CETL Distinguished Faculty Speaker on Thursday, February 26 at 12:20 p.m. in 2-225 AB. Dr. Brelin-Fornari will discuss "Don't Forget about Crash Safety when Preparing for the Family Vacation."
All faculty, staff and students are invited. Lunch will be served.
Kettering University students took honors at Collegiate DECA’s State Career Development Conference held in Battle Creek MI, February 6-8. Kettering University’s chapter went head to head against students from University of Michigan, Michigan State University, University of Pittsburg, Oakland University, Northwood, Davenport (Grand Rapids), and Delta College. This year fourteen Kettering students captured 13 awards: four in first place, one second place, and four in third place with 4 honorable mentions.
At the conference, students took exams, solved current and practical business case study problems, wrote business plans, and role-played with industry judges. Of the sixteen Kettering students who competed this year, fourteen were new to Collegiate DECA and six were either engineering or applied math students. The below honors qualify the students to attend the International Collegiate DECA Career Development Conference in Orlando, Florida, April 17 - 21.
Matthew Pawelski (Freshman in Business Administration) in Restaurant and Food Service Management
Thomas Swanson (Sophomore in Business Administration) in Entrepreneurship – Growing a Small Business
Lauren Putnam (Freshman in Business Administration), Allison Putnam (Senior in Business Administration), and Jacob Sherwood (Senior in Mechanical Engineering) in Advertising Campaign
Matthew Pawelski (Freshman in Business Administration) in Marketing Management
Madeline Geffert (Freshman in Business Administration) and Ross Person (Freshman in Business Administration) in Emerging Technology Marketing Strategies
Alex Holder (Freshman in Applied Mathematics) in Professional Sales
Troy DeLong (Sophomore in Mechanical Engineering) and Harschal Patel (Freshman in Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering) in Business to Business Marketing Management
Jonathan Blanchard (Junior in Business Administration) and Matthew Stauffer (Junior in Business Administration and Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering) in Financial Statement Analysis
Matthew Cromer (Sophomore in Mechanical Engineering) and Hugo Rouquet (Freshman in Mechanical Engineering) in Business Ethics
Honorable Mentions are placements between 4th and 6th place.
Madeline Geffert (Freshman in Business Administration) in Fashion Merchandising and Management
Ross Person (Freshman in Business Administration) in Corporate Finance
Jacob Sherwood (Senior in Mechanical Engineering) in Accounting
Matthew Cromer (Sophomore in Mechanical Engineering) in Executive Job Interview
Collegiate DECA is an entirely student-oriented organization focused on developing future business leaders. The four cornerstones of DECA are career awareness, civic consciousness, social intelligence, and leadership development with competitive events in Business, Design, Entrepreneurship, Finance & Accounting, Food Service & Culinary, Hospitality & Travel, Information Technology, Management, and Marketing & Sales. Besides the yearly State and International Career Development Conferences in the spring, Collegiate DECA also sponsors a yearly Leadership Conference in the fall.
Collegiate DECA is open to all Kettering students. To find out more about the two chapters, contact Professor Cayo.
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