IT Upgrades This Weekend

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IT will upgrade essential systems from 6 p.m. this Friday to 11:59 p.m. this Saturday. Most Kettering systems may be unavailable during this time.

Expect disruptions of service on the following systems during the upgrade:

  • All applications that authenticate with your Kettering username and password, such as:
    • Kettering Google Workspace (Gmail, Calendar, Chat, Drive, etc.)
    • Blackboard
    • Kettering Connect
  • All Kettering-hosted applications, such as:
    • AIMS Parking Services
    • APEX Applications such as:
      • COVID Safe Return to Campus app
      • KqUest (Thesis)
    • Axiom (TargetX to Banner integration)
    • Bulldog Course Scheduler
    • Evisions Argos (University reporting), Intellecheck and FormFusion
    • KUcloud
    • FortiClient VPN
    • My Academic Plan (Degree Works) and Transfer Equivalency
    • National Clearinghouse eTranscript request delayed
    • Self Service and Administrative Tools (Banner)

If you are logged into an application before noon, you will remain signed in throughout the upgrade time frame.

This is a significant upgrade window with upgrades to networks and applications. Once upgrades are complete, you must clear your browser’s cache before logging in to load all system upgrades. See the following links for instructions on how to clear your browser’s cache:

Contact IT with any questions or concerns at helpdesk@kettering.edu or (810) 237-8324.

Alumnus to Speak About Journey to Drone Industry

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The Physics Club and the Kettering Aerospace and Rocketry Organization are co-sponsoring a virtual meeting from 12:25 to 1:15 p.m., this Thursday, May 27, featuring guest speaker, Dr. Jacob Crabill (’12, Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Physics).

Crabill will present “Physics Student to Drone Engineer: The Kettering Approach to an Aerospace Career.” He’ll talk about how his Kettering experience led to a Ph.D. in Aeronautics and Astronautics and a career in the drone industry.

Crabill has a Ph.D. in Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering from Stanford University. He is the Chief Engineer for Software, Avionics and Robotics Architecture at Volansi, an on-demand aerial delivery service for time-critical shipments over long ranges. The California-based company builds and operates long-range, heavy-payload drones for commercial, defense and humanitarian applications.

To attend the event, click here.

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The Physics Club and the Kettering Aerospace and Rocketry Organization are co-sponsoring a virtual meeting from 12:25 to 1:15 p.m., this Thursday, May 27, featuring guest speaker, Dr. Jacob Crabill (’12, Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Physics).

Crabill will present “Physics Student to Drone Engineer: The Kettering Approach to an Aerospace Career.” He’ll talk about how his Kettering experience led to a Ph.D. in Aeronautics and Astronautics and a career in the drone industry.

Check Bulldog Weekly for more info.

Submit Concerns to KSG

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KSG wants to hear students’ grievances and concerns.

To submit your issues or questions, click here.

 

A committee of student leaders will go through, organize and address the submissions.

University Model UN Team Represents at Harvard

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The Kettering University Model United Nations team represented the University and the Delegation of Mauritania at the 67th Harvard National Model United Nations Conference.

The team participated in the Disarmament and International Security, Economic/Financial and the Legal committees during the virtual event, which took place Feb. 11-14. The resolution Hemanth Tadepalli (’24, Computer Science) worked on with other delegates from different nations and schools passed for the first time in three years.

Congratulations to the following: Declan Blaeuer (’21, ME), Nick Findlay (’22, ME), Hemanth Tadepalli (’24, Computer Science) and Faculty Advisor Dr. Michael Callahan.

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The Kettering University Model United Nations team represented the University and the Delegation of Mauritania at the 67th Harvard National Model United Nations Conference.

The team participated in the Disarmament and International Security, Economic/Financial and the Legal committees during the virtual event, which took place Feb. 11-14. The resolution Hemanth Tadepalli worked on with other delegates from different nations and schools passed for the first time in three years.

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I have individual pics of each person if anyone needs them.