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.

Service Saturday

Saturday, February 22 | 9 - 11 a.m. | Carriage Town Ministries

We are looking for about 20 volunteers to donate their time at the donation center for 2 hours. Volunteers will meet at Carriage Town Ministries: 705 Garland Street, Flint, MI 48503 - about 5 minutes from campus.

If you are interested please contact Myra Lumpkin, mlumpkin@kettering.edu or stop by the Student Life Office.

All volunteers must submit a waiver form.

Presentation by Candidate for Assistant Professor of Manufacturing Engineering

Dr. Harry Pierson, from Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, Miami University, OH, is a candidate for the position of Assistant Professor of Manufacturing Engineering at Kettering. He will speak on "Tunable Dynamic Support for Resonance Avoidance in Bar Feeders."  Lunch will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis.

Presentation by Candidate for Assistant Professor of Manufacturing Engineering

Dr. Venu Lakshmanan, adjunct faculty member in the Kettering MS Lean Manufacturing Program, is a candidate for the position of Assistant Professor of Manufacturing Engineering at Kettering. He will speak on "Overcoming Extrapolation Errors from Scuttling Product Development Plans."  Lunch will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis.

 

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