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The µTechnician March 2, 2011


Volume 106


Issue 8

President, KSG Host Town Hall Meeting By Matthew White and Isaac Meadows Technician Editors In cooperation with Student Government, Kettering President Dr. Stan Liberty and members of his cabinet addressed students yesterday in a forum-style meeting. Dr. Liberty was joined by Ms. Susan Bolt, Vice President for Administration and Finance; Ms. Karen Full, Director of Undergraduate Admissions; Ms. Betsy Homsher, Dean of Students; Ms. Pat Mroczek, Chief Public Relations Officer; Mr. Bob Nichols, Director of External Affairs; Ms. Venetia Petteway, Corporate Relations Executive; Dr. Robert Simpson, Provost; Ms. Deborah Stewart, Director of Student Life; and Ms. Viola Sprague, Executive Director of Information Technology. The administrators discussed improvements and changes within their respective fields, called upon students to assist in planning for the future, and provided answers to questions posed to them. Student questions, some submitted ahead of time by The Technician, included co-op topics, capital investments in classrooms, depletion of Federal Work Study funds, and the availability of parking. Dr. Liberty and his cabinet addressed student questions promptly, giving pointed and concise answers. Editor’s Note: For more on administration’s meeting with students, look for the full article in the next edition of  The Technician.

Photos, from top: Dr. Robert Simpson, Ms. Karen Full, Ms. Venetia Petteway and Mr. Bob Nichols, and Ms. Deborah Stewart.

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Campus Announcements Compiled by Christina Cutler Assistant Editor SAC Speaker Today, Wednesday, March 2, the Student Alumni Council is hosting a discussion of intellectual property and entrepreneurship by Christian Garascia during lunch. Please plan to attend this educational event. Long Weekend! Remember to shut off your alarm on Thursday; there are no classes this Friday. Chevy Volt on Campus This Friday and Saturday, March 4 and 5, one of the new Chevy Volts will be available for viewing in the Mott Center Parking Lot. FIRST Robotics At least 1000 people are estimated to be attending this year’s FIRST Robotics competition, which will take place this Friday and Saturday, March 4 and 5. This year marks the 20th anniversary of FIRST Robotics and the event is free to attend. All competition events will take place in the Recreation Center.

Flint Regional Science Fair The 2011 Flint Regional Science Fair will take place in the International Room from March 4 to March 7. GEO Guest Speaker Steve Montle, Flint’s Green City Coordinator will be speaking during lunch on Wednesday, March 9 in the SCEC. Lunch is provided. Please plan to attend this event. Battle of the Bins Next Friday, March 11, GEO will be hosting the Battle of the Bins competition held every term, so start saving your recyclable materials! KSG Design Your Student Lounge Competition Submissions are due by 10th Friday. More information is available on the current students page.


“Nanobots” “I think the IETF hit the right balance with the 128 bits thing. We can fit MAC addresses in a /64 subnet, and the nanobots will only be able to devour half the planet.”



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uTechnician Winter 2011 Week 8  

Kettering University's weekly news flier, the uTechnician, for Week 8 of Winter 2011.

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