An international statistical conference June 24-28 will feature statisticians from around the world discussing the use of data in urban communities.
High school students will have an opportunity to earn a full tuition scholarship to Kettering University.
Pi Tau Sigma will be hosting an Info Session to answer all of your questions about the upcoming Punkin Chunkin' Competition. Registration forms will be available and accepted for turn-in. Find a team to join or find that last member for your current team! Lunch will be provided. http://www.tinyurl.com/KUPunkinChunkin for Rules and Registration Forms.
Register by 4th Friday to enter the Punkin Chunkin Engineering Contest presented by Pi Tau Sigma, The M.E. Honor Society.
Get up to $150 to build a catapult, trebuchet, or other pumpkin launching device.
Get Extra Credit, use it as a Final Project, and win Prizes, too!
For event details, official rules, and registration forms, please vist:
Session Four - Movies, Gambling, Secret Codes, Just Matrix Magic
Kettering graduates Michael Ploof ’08 and Sarah Patterson ’10 are bringing their unique background and experiences to inner city classrooms.
This dual enrollment opportunity is the latest of what will likely be many future opportunities for meaningful partnerships.
Dr. Kevin G. TeBeest, associate professor of Applied Mathematics
Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with expertise in computational mathematics, differential equations and thermo-fluids.