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Tonya Solomon

Catering Supervisor Kettering Dining Services

Viola Sprague

Vice President of Instructional, Administrative, and Information Technology Information Technology, Staff 1700 University Ave
2-336 AB

Peter Stanchev

Professor Computer Science, Graduate Faculty 1700 University Ave
2-300 E
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Dr. Peter Stanchev, professor of Computer Science
Ph.D. and D.Sc. from Sofia University in Computer Science, with expertise in multimedia systems, database systems, multimedia semantics, and medical systems.

For Stanchev, Kettering students are motivated and confident with great problem-solving skills. He feels that when they are in classes at Kettering, that is their primary focus and what distinguishes them from students at other universities. Stanchev really enjoys the group discussions made possible by Kettering's small class size and was drawn to teach at Kettering by the tight knit Kettering community.

He would tell prospective students about the excellent faculty at Kettering who can assist them in reaching their goals.

Hidden talents and outside interests: Is it any wonder that Stanchev likes Kettering students so much? He is just as focused as they are, carrying on with his research in his off time.

http://www.kettering.edu/~pstanche/

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Richard Stanley

Professor & Admissions Counselor Mechanical Engineering 1700 University Ave
2-227 MC
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Dr. Richard E. Stanley, professor of Mechanical Engineering
Ph.D. from Wayne State University in Mechanical Engineering, with expertise in dynamics and vibrations (specifically in the area of internal combustion engines) and development of internet animation software for dynamics and statics courses.

Stanley sees Kettering students as intelligent, driven and career-minded. When asked what makes Kettering students different he says, "Kettering students come in as student interns and graduate as hands-on professionals, possessing an exceptional amount of confidence and forward-thinking abilities." Stanley feels that the students are his life, and he is inspired by their brilliance and confidence. He originally wanted to teach at Kettering because "there is no other school in the country with such a unique approach to education, a cooperative education school with a strong focus on education."

His hot tip for prospective students is to "get ready to work hard and earn the many benefits that come with an education here."

Hidden talents and outside interests: Stanley is a lifelong martial artist, teaching Tang Soo Do, kickboxing, and Brazilian Jiu Jitzu (BJJ) for more than 25 years. This allows him to relate many BJJ techniques to "mechanics" principles in the classroom and seminars.

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Combustion engines, internal
Experimental analysis, mechanical and thermal systems
Mechanical and thermal systems, experimental analysis
Numerical methods
Vibrations and dynamics

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Todd Steele

Director, Graduate Programs Graduate Office 4-733 CC

Skye Steere

Physical Plant Administrative Assistant - Senior
1700 University Ave
5-700 CC

David Stewart

Assistant Director of Recreation Services Recreation Center, Student Life 2-109 RC

Debbie Stewart

Director of Student Life Programs Student Life Programs, Staff, Student Life 1700 University Ave # 3-100CC

Hugh Stilley

Associate Professor of Communication Liberal Studies 1700 University Ave
4-318T AB
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PhD from Michigan State University in Communications

Courses Taught

COMM 101:  Written and Oral Communication I

COMM 301:  Written and Oral Communication II

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Jack Stock

Director of External Relations Development, Staff, University Advancement 1700 University Ave
4-942 CC
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Jack Stock joined Kettering University in September, 2000. He is head of external relations and responsible for development of non-alumni related groups and individuals, keeping Kettering at the forefront in supporting greater Flint, Genesee County and the state. Jack has a B.A. from the University of Michigan-Flint. He has more than 20 years experience in fund development including former acting vice president of University Advancement at Kettering, executive director with Junior Achievement of Southeast Michigan, community relations at the Second Harvest Food Bank of Eastern Michigan, marketing with the Flint Institute of Music, and executive director of Kids In New Directions (KIND). He is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. Jack is involved in community activities including Rotary International, Keep Genesee County Beautiful, Priority Children, the Atwood Stadium Authority, the Carolyn Mawby Chorale, and St. John's Catholic church in Davison. He is married to Nancy and has three children, Mallory, Leah and Philip.

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