SAC Bulldog Insights: Mark Adamczyk '85

Join the Student Alumni Council for our first fall term Bulldog Insights lunchtime talk! Come hear alumnus, Mark Adamczyk '85, in his talk titled, "Managing Career Transitions - Navigating through Lay-offs, Restructurings and Down-Sizings." 

Mark's experiences include working on Wall Street with Fortune 500 companies and private equity firms, living abroad, attending Harvard Business School, and much more.

Come to 2-225 AB on Tuesday, October 21 at lunchtime. Food will be provided.

Calling all Bulldogs-Student Phonathon Begins!

We are seeking energetic and dependable student employees to contact Kettering alumni and invite their financial support to the university. Phonathon employment will help you build skills and enhance your resume by adding conversational skills, fundraising knowledge and public-relations experience. Learn more.

Let's Talk

Let's Talk will start Tuesday, October 14 from 6-7 p.m. in the Reflection Room, 5th fl. CC.

Let's Talk is designed for you to come and dialogue with other Kettering students, faculty, and staff members about your day-to-day issues in a spiritual perspective. Join us as you learn, grow and have fun. If you need additional information, please contact

Dr. Lonnie W. Brown
Kettering University, Chaplain

Kettering Impact Winner - Summer 2014

The Kettering Impact Summer 2014, for the first time, saw the competition run as two separate independent competitions:

1) KU-Impact Pitch Contest, and/or
2) KU-Impact Contract Bid Contest.

The winning idea for Kettering Impact Summer 2014 is by Ali Safavi. He won a total prize of $750. His idea to solve the Kettering communication problem incorporates assignment deadlines, exam dates, events, weekly meetings, scheduling, greek events, Intramural Sports event, etc. into separate communication mediums chosen by the individual student during registration. 

For the Contract Bid Contest, Garrick Brazil and Alan Xia won the $10,000 contract bid to comprehensively solve the Kettering Communication Problem. They will work on their solution to solve this problem during upcoming terms.

Congratulation to the winners and thank you to all the participants for making this a wonderful experience. Hope to see even better ideas next time around.

Fall 2014 Week 1 Challenge - Bean Bag Launcher Winners

The Week 1 Innovation Quest saw 10 teams participate to win $100 for the bean bag launcher competition. Simon Choukran and Andrew Andersen won the competition with Jackie Letarte and Joseph Zolinski finishing close in second.

Come to the Great Court next Wednesday during lunch hour to participate in the Week 2 competition.

Magic Fall 2014 Schedule

Here's the Magic Schedule for B-Section, Fall 2014. Magic takes place every Wednesday at 12:20 p.m.

October 8, Room-A
October 15, Room-A
October 22, Room-A
October 29, Room-A
November 5, Room-A
November 12, Room-A
November 19, Room-A
November 26, Room-A
December 3, Room-A
December 10, Room-A

Innovation Quest - Every Wednesday (Lunch Hour)

Welcome to the first week of the Fall 2014 term. Kick off the Innovation Quest Fall 2014 term with our tweaked Hacky Sack Challenge. Launch the sack projectile into the targets using mouse traps, rubber bands, tape and more to win $100 in the first week of the competition.

Take part this week, and every week, at 12:20 p.m. on Wednesdays in the Great Court.

Welcome Week Events

Welcome back to Kettering University! There will be events all week sponsored by KSG, Residence Life and Student Life.


Mango Languages Day

Celebrate the Library's free language learning database, Mango Languages, on first Tuesday, October 7, at 11:45 a.m. in the Great Court.

A specialist will be here to show you the ropes and give away freebies.

Community Service Fair

Faculty, staff and students are invited to attend the Community Service Fair, on October 15 from 11:00 a.m.-2 p.m. in the Sunset Cafe, to learn about service opportunities in the Flint Area. There will be opportunity to win some door prizes as well as have lunch as you learn about volunteer opportunities.

For more information contact Myra Lumpkin.