SPE Detroit Section Technical Dinner

The Detroit SPE Section has arranged a tour and presentation on Kettering's plastics lab renovation, curriculum development, manufacturing initiatives and recent research and development at Kettering University. The discussion will be led by Mark Richardson, Lecturer, Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering, Kettering University.Please RSVP to Karen Rhodes-Parker at karen@spedetroit.com or 248 244-8993 Ext 3

YouthQuest in STEM Education

YouthQuest, a free, innovative afterschool enrichment program for K-8 youth in Genesee County sponsored by the Genesee Area Chamber of Commerce will be on campus Thursday, February 27th. YouthQuest works with over 1,000 children every year. We will be partnering with them to help train their Site Team Leaders and Learning Guides on how to bring STEM into their afterschool program. For more information, contact Erin Bolton in the ME dept.

Flint SOUP

Join us for a public soup dinner! Learn about creative community projects & start ups that are happening in Flint. Vote on which project to fund with the money raised from the meal that night.

Sunday, March 30, 2014
Location: Riverside Tabernacle (429 Nb Chavez Dr, Flint, MI 48503)
Doors open at 5:00pm
Proposals presented at 5:30pm
Dinner around 6:00pm

RSVP at https://www.facebook.com/events/360613447413391/

$5 minimum to attend =Soup, salad, bread, and a vote!

Wiffleball Home-run Derby

Come participate in the wiffleball home-run derby!  Fill out an entry form, available at the IM Board in the Rec Center, and bring it to gym court 2 at 9:30 p.m.  There will be a men's and women's division.  Winners will be given intramural sports champion t-shirts!

HLC Staff Open Forum

9-10:30 am

A robust and meaningful campus visit requires engagement  from all our stakeholders. The reviewers seek informative and constructive insights from them so they may gain a broad perspective of Kettering now, its plans for the future, and stakeholders’ knowledge and opinions about initiatives to improve the University. The open forum is the faculty opportunity to contribute to this campus-wide exercise in reflection and self-scrutiny.

A light breakfast begins at 8:30 am

HLC Faculty Open Forum

12:30-2 pm

A robust and meaningful campus visit requires engagement  from all our stakeholders. The reviewers seek informative and constructive insights from them so they may gain a broad perspective of Kettering now, its plans for the future, and stakeholders’ knowledge and opinions about initiatives to improve the University. The open forum is the faculty opportunity to contribute to this campus-wide exercise in reflection and self-scrutiny.

Lunch service begins at noon.

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