SAC Presents: Senior 3 BBQ

The Student Alumni Council invites you to celebrate your upcoming graduation with President McMahan and his wife Karen at the lovely Kettering President's home.  The McMahan's will share some family BBQ recipies, SAC will provide a great night of activities including an Alumni Speaker, and you will have a chance to look ahead for when you become a Kettering Alum.

Welcome Reception

To the Kettering Community,

Kettering faculty and staff are invited to a reception welcoming new University faculty members starting this term.

The reception will be in the Art Center, Room 4-511, AB, from 2-4 p.m. on Friday, July 20, 2012.

Please join us in giving a hearty welcome from the Kettering Community to

Mark Richardson (Lecturer, IME Dept),
Giuseppe Turini (Asst Professor, CS Dept) and
Justin G. Young (Asst Professor, IME Dept).

Light refreshments will be served.

SAC Speaker - Dr. Lawrence Burns '75 - Driverless Cars and The Mobility Internet

Dr. Lawrence Burns '75, past Corporate VP of Research and Development at GM, will speak to the Kettering Community on: Reinventing the Automobile: The Transformational Mobility Systems and Services Made Possible by Self-Driving/Driverless Car and the 'Mobility Internet'

Join the Student Alumni Council for this interesting and informative presentation by this very dynamic speaker.  You will not be disappointed. 

Lunch is provided.

The Mr. Darcy Forum

Meet Kip Darcy, Kettering's new Vice President for Marketing, Communications and Enrollment. He will speak about his thoughts on the future of Kettering and you will have the opportunity to ask him questions. Lunch will be provided to the first 100 people. Event hosted by Academic Council.

Physics Club presents President McMahan (Part 2)

The Kettering University Physics Club and the Physics Department will present a second special guest lecture by President Robert McMahan. The event will be held on 7th Tuesday, May 15, 2012, at 12:20 p.m. in the Crib-A-Thon (Room 2-225 AB).  

Dr. McMahan will present a follow-up to his previous seminar entitled "Cosmology 101: Life, the Universe and Everything."  (Please note that you need not have attended his previous seminar to attend this one.)  Refreshments will be provided.  Students, faculty, and staff are all welcome to attend.

We hope to see you there!