Upcoming SAC Speaker

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The Student Alumni Council (SAC) welcomes you to an Alumni Speaker Event with Essence Wilson ’05, at 12:30 p.m., next Wednesday, Aug. 4, in the Cowger Board Room on the second floor of the Campus Center.

Wilson is the Co-founder and Chief Strategies Officer of Communities First, Inc, a neighborhood development corporation that has invested more than $50 million in dozens of blighted buildings. Founded in 2010, Flint-based non-profit turns the blighted buildings into affordable housing for families, who are also helped with wrap-around services.

The State of Michigan recently honored Communities First with its 2021 Governor’s Award for Historic Preservation following its redevelopment of Calvin Coolidge Elementary School into Coolidge Park Apartments.

Wilson earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Kettering University in 2005, after which she spent six years helping coordinate the school’s Kagle Leadership Initiative.

A boxed lunch will be provided upon the completion of this event. Seating is limited. RSVP is required and available to the first 25 students.

To RSVP, click here.

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The Student Alumni Council (SAC) welcomes you to an Alumni Speaker Event with Essence Wilson (’05, ME) at 12:30 p.m., next Wednesday, Aug. 4, in the Cowger Board Room on the second floor of the Campus Center.

Wilson is the Co-founder and Chief Strategies Officer of Communities First, Inc, a neighborhood development corporation that has invested more than $50 million in dozens of blighted buildings. 

A boxed lunch will be provided at the end of this event. RSVP is required and available to the first 25 students.

Check Bulldog Weekly for more info.

Kettering Global Vice President Talks Online Successes on LinkedIn Webinar

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Dr. Christine Wallace, Vice President of Kettering Global (which includes Kettering University Online and KetteringGlobalX), will join Ruffalo Noel Levitz (RNL) Vice President of Research Scott Jeffe for a live webinar on strategies for adult students to succeed at college institutions at 3 p.m. today, Tuesday, July 27.

To join, go to linkedin.com/in/drchristinemwallace/.

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Dr. Christine Wallace, Vice President of Kettering Global (which includes Kettering University Online and KetteringGlobalX), will join Ruffalo Noel Levitz (RNL) Vice President of Research Scott Jeffe for a live webinar on strategies for adult students to succeed at college institutions at 3 p.m. Tuesday, July 27.

To join, go to https://www.linkedin.com/in/drchristinemwallace/.

IT July Newsletter Available

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The IT July Newsletter is now available. This month’s edition covers the following topics:

  • Cybersecurity tip: How to spot a bad link
  • New IT Team members and those moving on
  • Microsoft Home Use Program for Employees
  • Ellucian documentation
  • Event and room scheduling
  • Esports update
  • Google and Zoom updates
  • Technology quick tips
  • IT upgrades and maintenance schedules

To view the newsletter, click here.

If you have any questions or concerns, contact the Technology Help Desk at HelpDesk@kettering.edu or (810) 237-8324.

KDS August Special Events

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The following are KDS special events in August:

  • Monday, Aug. 2: Kettering-themed lunch to kick off spirit week
  • Tuesday, Aug. 3: National Watermelon Day in the Sunrise Cafe
  • Friday, Aug. 6: Smoothies in the Sunrise Cafe
  • Tuesday, Aug. 10: National S’mores Day
  • Thursday, Aug. 12: Raya and the Dragon-themed day in the Sunrise Cafe
  • Tuesday, Aug. 17: National Potato Day
  • Friday, Aug. 20: National Lemonade Day
  • Tuesday, Aug. 24: Big City Eats – Nashville in the Sunrise Cafe
  • Thursday, Aug. 26: National Cherry Popsicle Day

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The following are KDS special events in August:

  • Aug. 2: Kettering-themed lunch to kick off spirit week
  • Aug. 3: National Watermelon Day in the Sunrise Cafe
  • Aug. 6: Smoothies in the Sunrise Cafe
  • Aug. 10: National S’mores Day
  • Aug. 12: Raya and the Dragon-themed day in the Sunrise Cafe
  • Aug. 17: National Potato Day
  • Aug. 20: National Lemonade Day
  • Aug. 24: Big City Eats – Nashville in the Sunrise Cafe
  • Aug. 26: National Cherry Popsicle Day

Learn More About Accelerated Master’s Program, SOM Minors on Aug. 5

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Next Thursday, Aug. 5, from 12:20 to 1:20 p.m., there will be a virtual information session for students who want to learn more about School of Management minors and the accelerated Master’s program that allows students to earn Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in five years.
The School of Management Dean’s Student Advisory Board is sponsoring the event.
RSVP for the event here.