Patrick Hayes has rejoined the Kettering University staff as the Director of University Communications. Patrick has worked with Kettering since 2009, first in a staff role in PR and communications and later as a freelance writer.
Among his responsibilities will be managing Kettering's news and social media platforms, overseeing the web services team, developing long-term content, social media and media relations strategies and serving as the university's emergency communications and media relations contact. Patrick will also serve as a communications support resource for the entire university and be working to ensure that the process for receiving communications assistance is as streamlined and user-friendly as possible.
Patrick has previously worked as a reporter and editor with MLive.com and worked in a senior communications role at Michigan State University.
Please feel free to reach out to Patrick directly (firstname.lastname@example.org
, x9639, office number 4-731 on the fourth floor of the Campus Center) if you would like to discuss any PR/communications-related needs or have questions.
Banner software and hardware upgrades are complete.
The University Faculty Laptop Deployment is in process for two final depts. Dr Ryan was among the first to receive her new laptop.
Welcome! Our pages and menu items have been updated. Please look at the left-hand column to find additonal options listed under each heading.
Autodesk Inc a leader in 3D design, engineering and entertainment software supports the student community by providing free software to students and educators.
I hope you are having an excellent work term experience. This is a reminder that when you return to campus for your academic term you will be attending a mandatory Cooperative Education Reflection Session (Named WEXP 200 or WEXP 300).
The Registrar’s Office will begin registering students for Work-Term Reflection Sessions in the very near future, so when you view your schedule you will see either WEXP 200 or WEXP 300. Although this looks like an on-going class, it is really a one- time, two- hour session held only during the second week of each school term.
The Work-Term Reflection session is a discussion which will help you to:
- Learn from your co-op experience and from your classmates’ experiences, too.
- Identify and respond to opportunities for leadership roles.
- Navigate professional work place dynamics.
Your Work-Term Reflection will be facilitated by a co-op manager/educator, a faculty member and an upperclassman peer mentor. As you're aware, cooperative education at Kettering University is a mandatory requirement for successful graduation, and this mandatory session will assist with your overall learning process and performance enhancement.
If your selected section of WEXP 200 or WEXP 300 causes a hardship for your schedule and you need to change the day or time, send an email to email@example.com
or stop in the Registrar’s Office for assistance when you return.
If you have any questions about this session and how it will provide you with meaningful insights that will help you be successful, please contact me, Dr. Robert Simpson, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org
. All Work-Term Reflections are under my direction. I am very much looking forward to working with you.
Robert L. Simpson, Provost
Undergraduate web drop/add for the Spring 2014 term begins Sunday, March 30, at 12:01 a.m. and ends Friday, April 11, 2014, at 5:00 p.m.
On campus drop/add and late registration will be held Monday , April 7, through Friday, April 11, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. All transactions must be finalized by Friday, April 11, at 5:00 pm.
The alternate class schedules have been adopted as default schedules to accommodate weather delays as well as other university events that may warrant an adjustment to the class schedule.