Winter term's book is In the Garden of Beasts: Love, Terror, and an American Family in Hitler’s Berlin by Erik Larson. Just let me (Dawn Winans) know if you need a copy of the book!
"Chillingly portrays the terror and oppression that slowly settle over Germany in 1933.”—Library Journal
"In this mesmerizing portrait of the Nazi capital, Larson plumbs a far more diabolical urban cauldron than in his bestselling The Devil in the White City . . . a vivid, atmospheric panorama of the Third Reich and its leaders . . . . ”
CRU is an inter-denominational Christian organization here at Kettering and all over the world. Join KU CRU in AB 1819 every Wednesday for music, speakers, fellowship, and fun! Our theme for Winter 2013 is "People of Faith".
Current Kettering undergraduate students who live or work in Southeast Michigan are encouraged to apply for the scholarship offered by the Southeast Michigan Chapter of the Kettering/GMI Alumni Association.
Come out and support your Bulldog Hockey team as they take on Hope College. As always, admission is free for Kettering students who show their student ID, all others must pay $3 for general admission.
This is an optional make-up session for ALL ME students including those requiring mandatory advising as well as those registering for back-to-back academic terms. This is the last advisement session of the term, so please plan accordingly.
This is a mandatory session for new, first term Kettering students – this includes new transfer students and Freshmen I students registering for their Freshmen II term. It is also an optional general advisement session for upperclass ME students and those on academic probation. Note: This does not apply to new, incoming students who have not yet taken courses at Kettering University.
This is a make-up academic advisement session for final term and dual degree students who missed the February 20session. It is also an optional general advisement session for upperclass ME students and those on academic probation.