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Let's Talk: Spiritual Enrichment

Let's Talk is a one hour group discussion where you will have the opportunity to talk about any issues that are on your mind. This is not a church service, but a biblical principle soul searching gathering. You will learn, laugh, and most of all, enjoy fellowship with your peers.

The spiritual enrichment program will meet every Tuesday, starting July 22 in the Reflection Room on the Fifth Floor of the Campus Center from 6 - 7 p.m.

Please join us Tuesday at 6 p.m.

Innovation Quest Winners Week 1 Summer 14'

The winners of summer 2014 week 1 Innovation Quest are Jake Harris and Gowtham Subramaniam who won $100 for the highest score in the mouse trap catapult event. Do you think you can be one among the 9 teams to participate in the Super Quest which happens during 10th week? Join us every Wednesday in the Great Court during lunch.

More about Innovation Quest.

Save the date: Insurance Information Luncheon

Monday, July 28 | noon | Heritage North

Kettering University requires that all domestic non insured students, and international students carry health insurance through the Student Health Insurance Plan provided by AIG Educational Market.

Special CRIM Offer

Recreation Services is offering a special CRIM Festival of Races package to all students, faculty, and staff. They will cover the majority of the cost for one race of your choice. A special Kettering University CRIM Racer shirt will be included.

Save the date: Join your friends for Gaming Night!

Seeking Student Leaders for weekly Innovation Quest Challenges

Seeking Student Leaders for weekly Innovation Quest ChallengesInnovation Quest is looking for one or two students to host the weekly Innovation Quest every Wednesday in the Great Court.

You will have a great team to work with and will be compensated for your work. If interested, please contact Dr. Tavakoli as this week!

Computer Engineering Summer Day Camps

The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department will host two summer Day camps. Camp 1 runs July 14-18, and Camp 2 from July 28-August 2.

There is still space available to accept a few more 10th to 12th grade students to Camp 2. For further information email or

Find out more.

Microsoft Visio

Microsoft Visio

Microsoft Visio is now part of the University's standard desktop image.

Congratulations - Franklin "Zak" Tilocco

Franklin "Zak" Tilocco has won another award for research at his co-op employer, Argonne National Labs.

Franklin "Zak" TiloccoThe William Robert Marshall award was presented at the Institute of Liquid Atomization and Spray Systems, North & South America (ILASS-Americas) 26th Annual Conference  in Portland, Oregon on May 20. Daniel Duke and Christopher Powell received the award on behalf of their co-authors Alan Kastengren and Zak Tilocco for their paper "Synchrotron X-ray Measurements of Cavitation," which was judged "the most significant contribution to the ILASS-Americas 25th Annual Conference on Liquid Atomization and Spray Systems Conference held at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on May 5-8, 2013."

Decisions are based on individual nominations as well as a combined score from a jury composed of session chairs and experts in the field. More about the award.

Spring 2014 Final Grades

Final grades for the spring 2014 term will be available for viewing and printing on Banner web Monday, June 30, 2014. Since the grading process is lengthy, the grades are not to be considered accurate before noon Monday. If a grade is missing from your schedule, please contact your professor.