“We want to share what we learn during these competitions with the greater Kettering and Flint communities.”
"This year was the first time we've won an award at the conference."
“There is a direct connection to how Guy creates his artwork and how Kettering students engineer objects with their hands, minds and machines to create objects that help us in our everyday life.”
Francine Strickwerda is an award-winning director, writer and producer of independent documentary films for PBS and Showtime, and owner of Flock This Way Films.
Emmy-award winning filmmaker Virginia Wolf will be on Kettering’s campus to participate in a discussion about her film “A Bridge Apart” which will air on Wednesday, January 28 at the McKinnon Theater in the Academic Building as part of the 13th Annual Global Issues Film Festival. Follow updates from the film festival by using the hashtag #KetteringGIFF.
"We're particularly excited to host two visiting filmmakers this year."
“It helps Kettering students to not only be good scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs, but also develop a global mindset to solve world issues."
“Aragorn, Gandalf, Theoden and Denethor - what are the differences in the way they lead?”