Distinguished Faculty Speaker Series: Michael Callahan, Liberal Studies presents Learning About Cheating or: How I Became an Ethics Teacher and So Did You

Learning About Cheating or: How I Became an Ethics Teacher and So Did You

A historian explains why he was wrong to think that teaching about ethics was not his job and how he learned that organizations can create cultures of cheating without really trying.

All faculty, staff, and students are welcome to attend, and lunch will be served to the first 100 people.



Martial Arts Club


Dr. Richard Stanley (ME) is Kettering’s Martial Arts Club instructor!  Classes meet on M,W @ 7:00-8:30 PM, starting week #2. No registration is required & classes are free. Just show up at 7:00 PM on Monday! Dr. Stanley holds a 3rd degree black belt in Tang Soo Do and a 3rd degree purple belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitzu. Both striking and Brazilian Jiu Jitzu (BJJ) will be taught.

Pre-Med Kick Off

For students interested in going into the medical field, this meeting will go over the requirements needed. All degree programs have incorporated required courses. Guaranteed seats at MSU and LECOM School of Medicine! Come and learn all about this program of study. FREE LUNCH! Please RSVP to jsimmons@kettering.edu if you would like to attend. The meeting will be in 3225 MC (Miller Lab).

Game Night in the Library!

Join us third week Wednesday from 5:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. for Game Night in the Library!  Challenge your friends at Ping Pong, Rock Band2, Dance Central2, Xbox360 Kinect Sports and many other games on the Wii, PlayStation3 or Xbox 360.  If board games or cards are more your style, we have those too!  Have another favorite?  Bring it with you to share!