KSG Academic Council wants to know if upperclassmen male students would be interested in becoming a mentor to incoming freshmen.
As a mentor, responsibilities and time commitment would be completely voluntary, but you would have the opportunity to meet with your mentee, give advice regarding co-op and academic terms, and form a worthwhile relationship to help your mentee navigate Kettering his first year on campus.
Please take this short survey.
Find your next Great Read for $1 or less! You will find sci-fi, romance, historical, adventure, mystery, along with lots of non-fiction.
Pick an item from Doc K's collection! Dr. Kowalski has generously donated books from his collection for the sale.
Bidding for Silent Auction items starts at 7:30 a.m. on Thursday, December 3 and ends promptly at 1 p.m. on Friday, December 4. You will find gift certificates to local restaurants, items from local merchants, work from local artists and tickets to sporting events!
Come by and find a great bargain in the Great Court while helping out FOLA, the Library and the Archives at the same time.
Join the Good Reads Book Club for a lively discussion of Alan Bradley's mystery "The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie." Bring your lunch and thoughts about the book to the Library at 12:30 p.m. on 9th Week Thursday. Copies of the book are available for check out at the Circulation Desk.
Kettering University recently published results of testing for lead at output points used for drinking and cooking throughout campus. Nearly all sites tested as ‘ND’ or ‘Not Detected’ and all sites tested were significantly under the Environmental Protection Agency’s maximum allowable level for lead of 15 ppb. Water analysis was performed using the EPA’s Method 200.8 rev 5.4.
Additionally, the city of Flint has made the switch back to using Lake Huron water routed through the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department (DWSD). Detroit water was re-introduced into the Flint system beginning on Oct. 17. Complete replacement of the Flint River water in the system with Detroit water is expected to be completed in early November. The DWSD water contains corrosion control agents to hinder the leaching of lead from old pipes into the water. The city of Flint is also adding corrosion control agents to further minimize the risks presented by lead pipes.
Kettering University will continue to do monthly independent water testing on campus and share those results with the campus community. Questions can be directed to Nadine Thor, Director of Auxiliary Services, at email@example.com or (810) 762-7904.
Students living off-campus in the city of Flint can direct questions to the Water Service Center at (810) 766-7202. Water tests and filters are available from the city of Flint for residents.