Time Management Workshop on Tuesday
GEO Club Looking for New Members
The Green Engineering Organization (GEO) Club is dedicated to increasing environmental awareness and conscientious leadership among Kettering’s students, faculty and staff while implementing environmentally friendly practices on campus and its surrounding area.
For more information about the GEO Club, click here.
Anyone interested in joining the GEO Club can email Dr. Ahmad Pourmovahed at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome Center Tour Guides Wanted
The Welcome Center is hiring tour guides for Summer 2022.
Students should be active and enthusiastic to share their positive Kettering experience with prospective students, families, alumni and other campus visitors. Tour guides play an integral part in campus tours, information sessions and more.
For questions about this paid role or if you are interested, contact the Welcome Center at email@example.com.
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Kettering Team Gets Resolution Passed at Model UN Conference
From left: Hemanth Tadepalli, Robin Pelayo, Austin Schmitz, Kevin Patterson and Dr. Babak Elahi.
Kettering University’s Model United Nations team attended the Harvard National Model United Nations Conference in Boston on Feb. 9-13.
Kettering’s delegation of Kevin Patterson (’24, EE), Robin Pelayo (’22, CS/Applied Mathematics), Austin Schmitz (’22, ME), Hemanth Tadepalli (’23, CS) and Liberal Studies Department Chairman Dr. Babak Elahi was selected to represent the Disarmament and International Security Committee (DISEC) and the Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Committee (SOCHUM) for the country of Paraguay. About 130 schools represented 43 countries during the 68th annual event.
As part of the DISEC, the team presented a resolution on the Proliferation of Drone Technology, which was created in collaboration with other teams. The resolution defined the values and ethics of drone technology, including commercial and military usage.
“With cybersecurity being an important aspect of this and having our technical expertise from Kettering, we were so useful in the debates and construction of our paper,” said the team’s head delegate Hemanth Tadepalli. “Additionally, we created a resolution that defined when drones should be used as well as who should have control.”
In the SOCHUM, the team addressed issues facing non-self-governing territories given that their administering powers don’t have existing systems of accountability. They chose the position that citizens of non-self-governing territories should have the right to bring up issues to the United Nations (UN) regarding their culture, heritage, traditions and artifacts and that their administering powers should not vote on issues concerning non-self-governing territories.
“We believe that they have the right to either become their own nation or integrate into their administering power with the guarantee from the UN that all referendums would be fair and any abuses of power or destruction of indigenous culture would result in swift action from the UN,” said Kettering delegate Austin Schmitz.
Others agreed, and their resolution was passed.
Tadepalli said the team plans to attend more conferences next year. Students interested in participating can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Michael Callahan at email@example.com.
Business Speaker Series Event on March 3
The School of Management’s Business Speaker Series: Entrepreneurship for All with John Kelley will be at 12:20 p.m. Thursday, March 3 in the Sunset Room on the second floor of the Campus Center.
Kelley is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Cerehealth Corporation, cloud-based brain analytics and diagnostics brain imaging company based in Littleton, Colorado.
You’ll learn how to maximize your unique strengths and harness your thinking patterns to set yourself up for success as an entrepreneur in any field.
Lunch will be served. Anyone who registers to attend will be entered into a drawing for a $50 Amazon gift card. You must be present to win.
To RSVP, click here.
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Kettering DECA Teams Wins 29 Awards at State Conference
A team of 30 Kettering University students participated virtually in the 2022 DECA State Career Development Conference Feb. 3-5. Six other universities also participated.
The team, which consists of business, engineering, science, technology and math majors, took home eight first-place awards, nine second-place awards and four third-place awards.
Kettering had the second-largest participating team, with half of its members participating in collegiate DECA for the first time.
Twenty-one team members are eligible to compete in the International Career Development Conference on April 9-12 in Baltimore.
The other six universities that competed were Clearly University, Davenport University, Eastern Michigan University, Michigan State University, Northwood University and Michigan Technological University.
DECA promotes professionalism through business and entrepreneurship at both the collegiate and high school levels throughout the world.
To learn more about the DECA team, contact Dr. Ken Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alpha Phi Selling Sweet Treats through Feb. 14
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Bulldog Movie Night on Thursday
Learning Common Tours Available
Hard-hat tours of the Learning Commons are available on the following dates:
- Next Tuesday, Feb. 15
- Thursday, Feb. 24
- Tuesday, March 1
- Thursday, March 10
- Tuesday, March 15
- Tuesday, March 22
All tours are at 3:30 p.m. To sign up, click on the date.
Battle of the Bins on March 9
The SAGE Club is hosting a Battle of the Bins recycling contest from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday, March 9 in Great Court of the Campus Center.
The event is to raise awareness for recycling on campus. The students who collect and bring in the most recyclable materials can win up to $100 in Amazon gift cards.