Journals and Conference Papers

PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL AND CONFERENCE PAPERS SINCE THE BEGINNING OF THE OPERATION OF THE HIGH-VOLTAGE LABORATORY IN 1994:

  1. S.S. Tezcan, M.S. Dincer, S. Bektas and H.R. Hiziroglu, “Boltzmann Analysis of Electron Swarm Parameters in Binary CF4 + Ar Mixtures”, accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation.
  2. I.E. Shkolnik and H.R.

High-Voltage Laboratory

High-Voltage Laboratory

The High-Voltage Laboratory was established in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering with financial support from National Science Foundation (Grant number # USE-8851806). It took about five years to complete the full construction of the laboratory.

Room size: Length: 46 ft., Width: 33ft

Alternate Class Schedule A

Alternate Class Schedule A 

Effective: January 14, 2014

Alternate Class Schedule A is subject to activation under the University’s existing alternate academic scheduling procedure and may be amended/modified/superseded (on a case by case basis) through that procedure if/as special circumstances warrant. 

Period

Normal Time (60 min)

Delay Period

Retirement Plan Eligibility

You are eligible to participate in the Kettering University Retirement Plan after meeting the age and service requirements described below, unless you fall into one of the following categories of excluded employees. 

  • You are a nonresident alien and you received no earned income from within the U.S.
  • You are primarily a student enrolled in and attending classes offered by the University

Deferrals and Contributions

Letter from President McMahan

To the Faculty from President McMahan -

Colleagues:

As a valued member of our faculty, you play a key role in our ability to make real the words that we all used when we as a community authored and affirmed our mission, vision, and values statements last year.  We have many visual reminders of these - which taken together we call True Kettering - around campus.  However, it is only when we live them as a community that we make the Kettering spirit real. 

Flexible Spending Account

What is a Flexible Spending Account?

Flexible Spending Accounts (also referred to as reimbursement accounts) let you set aside money from your paycheck before federal, state or city income taxes or Social Security taxes are deducted.  Reimbursement is tax-free, too.  You pay no taxes on the money you contribute to and receive from either reimbursement account.

You may set up a health care account, a dependent care account, or both.

Vacation

All full-time staff employees are provided with paid vacation time for rest relaxation and personal business.  At the beginning of each academic year (July 1), you are granted a vacation allowance. 

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