LEGO enthusiasts from Kettering, UM-Flint, Baker College and Mott Community College will compete in a timed design contest with LEGOs in the Second College Town LEGO Competition.
Flint's Best Soul Band, come see the show, which will also be aired live on WKUF 94.3!
Graduate School Fair for A-section students sponsored by Student Alumni Council.
Be The Match and Kettering Pre-Med Club will host a bone marrow drive with the National Marrow Donor Program. Please visit the registration table in the Great Court of the Campus Center between 10:30 AM and 3:00 PM to take the first step to become a bone marrow donor. You could be the one to save a life!
Join us for an evening of information and networking with fellow alumni and friends.
Biogas is created through the microbial breakdown of organic material in the absence of oxygen. The biogas created can be used to create renewable natural gas upon separation of methane from carbon dioxide and other trace constituents. Stemming from a grant from the Department of Energy and the Michigan Economic Development Agency the North American Advanced Biogas
Power electronics is an electrical engineering branch employing solid switch to realize the energy transformation and transfer. As a typical interdisciplinary course, power electronics is widely used in many major industrial applications, e.g., motor drive system, electric vehicle, solar/wind energy, LED lighting systems, power supply, battery management system, smart grid, etc.
After a decade of war and certainly after the Great Recession of 2008, the triumphal optimism of the 1990s has given way to concerns about America’s decline. The rise of China will undoubtedly be one of the great dramas of the twenty-first century but how it will be played out is far from clear. In what ways is China rising? What factors support its rise, and what factors constrain or limit it? What does China’s rise mean for China, for the rest of the world and for the US?