The School of Management’s Industry Advisory Board is presenting a Professional Branding and Social Media Positioning Panel Discussion from 3:15 to 3:45 p.m., this Friday, Oct. 22 in Room A on the fourth floor of the Campus Center.
The event is open to all students. The Industry Advisory Board is comprised of industry-leading professionals and alumni.
Alpha Chi Sigma is hosting “The Truth About Success: Tips for Transitioning From Student Life to Professional” at 12:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 25 in Room 2-225 of the Academic Building.
Dr. Debbie Rothe, a global technology leader at DOW Chemical in Midland, will be the featured speaker.
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Badminton and Table Tennis Singles and Doubles Tournaments will be at 12:30 p.m., this Saturday, Oct. 23 on Court 1 of the Rec Center.
Prior registration not necessary. For questions, email Mike Rumancik at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out the two new fitness classes, Hit Hop and Women’s Strength Training, at the Rec Center.
Hit Hop, which is at 6:45 p.m. Tuesdays, is a cardio drumming class using drum sticks and dancing to top hits of today and yesterday. Zumba instructor, Michelle “Mitch” Kryska, teaches the class. Class size is limited to 10. To reserve a spot, stop by the front desk or email email@example.com.
Women’s Strength Training, which is at noon Sundays, is open to all Kettering women. The goal of the class is to demonstrate proper form for major compound movements using barbells, free weights, and dumbbells, and explore powerlifting, bodybuilding and functional fitness. Mike Rumancik is the instructor. No prior sign -up necessary.
A new How to Series will take place from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m., every other Wednesday in the main lobby of Thompson Hall. Free food is available to the first 50 students who attend. Students also will receive one entry into a grand prize drawing of gift cards for each event they attend.
The following lists the dates and topics:
- Tomorrow, Oct. 20: How to Prepare for the Fall Employment Fair and How to Stay Engaged with Your Co-op Manager
- Wednesday, Nov. 3: How to Maximize Academic Resources
- Wednesday, Nov. 17: How to Apply for Additional Scholarships
The Mechanical Engineering Department’s Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Collegiate Design Teams invite students of all majors to a cookout at the SAE Garage on the first floor of the Mott Building from 6 to 7 p.m., tomorrow, Oct. 20.
Students interested in joining or learning more about Kettering’s SAE teams are encouraged to attend.
Alpha Chi Sigma is selling candygrams from 12:20 to 1:20 p.m. today through Friday in the Great Court in honor of National Chemistry Week.
Candy bags are $2 each and will include chemistry puns or memes.
The Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning and the Office of Sponsored Research are showcasing Kettering University professors’ research.
The Fall Term’s featured professors are Dr. Ron Tackett from Natural Sciences and Dr. Jungme Park from Electrical and Computer Engineering. They will speak from 12:25 to 1:15 p.m., next Tuesday, Oct. 26 in room 2-225 of the Academic Building.
Tackett will discuss the use of magnetic nanoparticles in cancer treatment, while Park will share her research on artificial intelligence applications for autonomous driving.
To attend the event and RSVP for lunch, click here.
If you are a faculty member who wants to share your research on campus, contact Cindy Donner at firstname.lastname@example.org or Bonnie Switzer at email@example.com.
Take your school pride to the next level and become Kettering’s mascot, General Determination.
To be eligible, you must be enthusiastic and maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA. Compensation is a $500 stipend per term.
To apply, click here.
For questions, contact (810) 762-9871 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nervous about meeting potential employers in person at the Employment Fair?
The Co-op Office is hosting a workshop, How to Successfully Navigate the (in-person) Employment Fair, from 12:15 to 1:15 p.m., this Thursday, Oct. 21 in Room A.
Successful tips to help you succeed at the fair will be presented. Lunch also will be provided.
Register in Kettering Connect.
Are you a Mechanical Engineering student who wants to study abroad in Spring 2022?
The Office of International Programs has spots available, including studying at Konstanz University in Konstanz, Germany. Courses offered will transfer back as the following:
- MECH 312
- ME 420
- ME 452/ME Technical Elective
- SSCI 398
- LANG 297
If you’re interested, apply by this Friday, Oct. 22.
For more information and to apply to Konstanz or other spring programs, click here. For questions, email email@example.com.
A group of Kettering staff came together to consider ways they might help each of us learn some new ways to take care of ourselves. That was the genesis Wellness Wednesdays, a weekly guide to self-care.
The goal is to offer ways to promote positive and healthy self-care and a way to reduce stress in your life. Each week, an overview of the week’s activities will be provided here.
Please join all of us in supporting our Kettering values by caring for ourselves and those around us and take some time to try one or more of the options presented. If you would like to provide feedback on Wellness Wednesdays and its activities or contribute an idea, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Breathe: Continue your breathing exercises but add some relaxing music to your final set of breathing exercises. Classical tunes such as Mozart is a great choice and available on most smart devices. This is the Rule of Seven. Breathe in through your nose for seven seconds, hold your breath for seven seconds and then exhale through your mouth for seven seconds. Repeat seven times. This can help calm you down and immediately bring a sense of peace.
- Exercise: Build to a longer walk up to 15-30 minutes this week.
- Take a 5-minute mini-break every hour: You can’t stay focused all the time. No matter how efficient you work, you’ll always get distracted, let your mind wander or end up spending time reading e-mail (and blogs) instead. One way to increase your focus is to stand up once an hour for five minutes. The change of pace and posture can make it easier to begin again and be productive.
- Eat healthy and green food: It is tempting to order pizza, but it really pays off to take your time to cook and eat nutritious, healthy food. Not only will it help you achieve better, but it will also boost your mood! Don’t have access to a stove? Consider something you can put together without cooking such a a small fruit salad topped with yogurt, granola and honey.