“I love Flint. I love being here. I’m really happy to be working at a small school with small class sizes that puts a lot of emphasis on teaching.”
Join us in the Gold Room, CC to talk with the Provost regarding various issues.
This term's Sobey lecture will be given by Dr. R.M. Douglas,Department of History, Colgate University. The title of his talk is "Ethics and Ethnic cleansing: A Contemporary Lesson from the 'Good War'". A highly regarded historian, Douglas has given invited lectures at the U.S. Department of State and the House of Commons in London.
The lecture will be in 1-817 AB at 12:20. Lunch will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Two local artists, including one Kettering University graduate, have art displayed in the Kettering University Humanities Art Center.
The Kettering delegation prepared for the conference by studying the history, culture, economics, politics and foreign policy.
MA from Michigan State University
ECON 201: Economic Principles
ECON 348: History of Economic Thought
ECON 350: Comparative Economic Systems