This is an optional make-up session for ALL ME students including those requiring mandatory advising as well as those registering for back-to-back academic terms. This is the last advisement session of the term, so please plan accordingly.
This is a mandatory session for new, first term Kettering students – this includes new transfer students and Freshmen I students registering for their Freshmen II term.
This is a make-up advisement session for final term and dual degree students who missed the May16th session. It is also an optional general advisement session for upperclass ME students and those on academic probation.
This is a mandatory session for students registering for their final academic term at Kettering and all ME students pursuing a dual degree. This session is not for Freshmen I or new transfer students unless currently enrolled in a dual degree program.
Kettering University to Inaugurate Dr. Robert McMahan April 20 as University’s seventh president during ‘Celebrate Kettering’
Alumni, corporate partners, parents of current students, faculty, staff, students and friends are invited to Kettering University in Flint, Mich., on Friday, April 20, for one of the most important days in the history of the institution.
Supply Chain Management: The Beer Game
Supply Chains are all around us. We rely on these organizational structures for everything from our food we eat to goods for our home to fuel for our vehicles. They are all around us but somewhat transparent in our lives. Things are available when we want them and we don’t think much beyond that.
Will mathematical modeling help to prolong life, if we know how to compare ages?
Age is a very relative concept. There are populations whose life span is measured in hours, others in days, weeks, several years or hundreds of years.
Do we understand what is age? Can we evaluate the true age of a biological (or technical) object? Moreover, are we able to compare ages for individuals from different populations?