The Wright State Model for Engineering Mathematics Education: Uncorking the Bottleneck to Student Success

The inability of incoming students to advance past the traditional freshman calculus sequence is a primary cause of attrition in engineering programs across the country. As a result, this presentation will describe an NSF funded initiative at Wright State University to redefine the way engineering mathematics is taught, with the goal of increasing student retention, motivation, and success in engineering. Dr. Nathan Klingbeil is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science at Wright State University (Dayton, OH).

Constitution Day Trivia!

Do you think that you know our Constitution like the back of your hand?

Do you think that the Bill of Rights is the only important part of our Constitution?

Test out knowledge about one of the most important documents that this country has ever made. There will be prizes and treats, so come on down to the Great Court on 10th Tuesday!

You must be in a group of 2-4 people to participate. Please RSVP a spot by emailing alle1410@kettering.edu with your Team Members.
Provided by Kettering Student Senate.

Coffee & Conversations

Come join Kettering University Allies for Coffee & Conversations. There will be a door game with prizes for everyone who participates, free coffee and bagels, and lots of good conversation. We hope to see you there to mingle, caffeinate, and maybe learn something with us.

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