Mechanical Engineering Technology

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KSU, Southern Polytechnic College of

Engineering and Engineering Technology,

Mechanical Engineering Technology Department,

Building Q,

1100 South Marietta Pkwy

Marietta, Ga, 30060

Resources for Faculty

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Faculty/staff:, Students:, Faculty/Staff: 470-578-6999,  Students:  470-578-3555


Schedule of Classes (Dynamic Bulletin)

Link to previous semesters

Web Reports (For off campus connection, use Connect)

Seminar/Conference room reservation

Hornet Card Access

Smart Classroom List

Disability Student Services

Web Services Training Page

Center for Teaching Excellence

USG Faculty development monthly series


Board of Regents Travel Rules

Copyright in the Classroom Training Materials

Library Hive search

ecore advising: eCore Advising remains available by email, or by phone, 678-915-4984.


Reserves are your materials for the class you are teaching that are placed on reserve at the library circulation desk for your students to use as study material. Checkout period is 2-hour in library use only, 3-day out of library, or 7-day out of library. You can take your material to the circulation desk and fill out the form or fill out the online request form above to get the process started, then bring the material over. Note that the online request form is also for e-reserves (scanned material that students can view online). Make sure to choose the correct option.

Glenn Allen


Prof. Glenn Allen earned a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET) in 1980 from what was known as the Southern College of Technology and then a master's degree in computer science in 1995 before joining the MET faculty.


He was diagnosed with a brain tumor in June 2010. After undergoing surgery, chemotherapy and radiation, he continued to teach and perform his duties as the founding director of the Mechatronics Engineering Program until he retired in June 2011.


Prof. Emeritus R. Glenn Allen, SPSU's 2010-11 Teacher of the Year, lost a hard-fought battle with cancer on April 3, 2012. He was one of the great ones, as all of his colleagues and students can readily attest.