Service Saturday will be August 16 from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. and sign in will begin at 8:30 a.m.
Please meet in the Great Court. We will be working along the University Ave. Corridor, Mott Park Golf Course and numerous other beautification efforts. All volunteers must sign a waiver form. If you have any question please contact Myra Lumpkin in Student Life.
Winners of the Innovation Quest: Week 4 Hanglider Challenge were Li Dang and Mahesh Kabra. Their Glider flew the longest distance to win the $100 prize money and their ticket to the Innovation SuperQuest.
Think you can do better? See us every Wednesday during Lunch Hour in the Great Court.
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On 6th Friday, August 22, we will be celebrating Ford’s recent and remarkable support for our students and faculty across our campus.
You are cordially invited to attend and participate in all of the day’s festivities.
If you would like more information or you would like to know more about how you can get involved, please contact Ken Zahrt, Director of Philanthropy – Corporate and Foundation Giving, by phone at (810) 762-9527 or by email at email@example.com.
The 2014 True Kettering Staff Award Selection Committee will be accepting nominations soon. We encourage you to start thinking about the outstanding staff members of our campus community so that you are prepared to point out someone who has done an exceptional job. The university will honor three staff members who exemplify the True Kettering Values of Respect, Integrity, Creativity, Collaboration, and Excellence. Recipients will be announced during the Celebration of Excellence event.
Start thinking about who you would like to nominate today! Stay tuned for more details and the go live announcement.
Winners of the Summer 2014 Innovation Quest: Week 3 Parachute Challenge are Vignesh Ilango, Rahul Naidu and Karina Gomez. Their parachute stayed afloat for more than 11 seconds to win $100.
Would you like to compete too? See us every week on Wednesday in the Great Court, Campus Center. More details.
Join the Student Alumni Council as we host alumnus Mike Riggs '76 for our second Bulldog Insights Alumni Speaker Series event.
Mike is the Chairman and Majority Owner at Jack Cooper Holdings LLC. Learn about the strategies it took to take the company from near bankruptcy to 1 billion dollars.
See you next Thursday, August 7 in 2-225 (Cribathon). Lunch will be provided!
Kettering faces a communication crisis! It seems that most announcements from anyone(faculty, staff or student organizations)are not being heard, seen or are just being ignored. What’s the best way to improve communication of events, opportunities, policies, etc. across our campus?
You can propose a solution to this problem in one of two ways:
Dr. Diane Peters, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, has recently been elected as a Senior Member of IEEE, a level of professional recognition awarded to less than 7% of IEEE members. If you see her, please congratulate her on this achievement!