Model United Nations discusses current events, explores political ideas, and familiarizes students with policies and goals of the United Nations.
Each weekly meeting is tailored to a specific agenda. Some examples include cultural presentations, guest speakers, and preparations for national MUN conferences.
Kettering University '05 ME grad, Trent Warnke, will be on campus Friday, April 11 during the common lunch hour in the Heritage Room, 4th floor, Campus Center. Please join us for a pizza lunch.
Trent will discuss how his Kettering education lead him to the marketing division of Porsche in Atlanta, GA. Join us to learn about opportunities for co-op Business students, along with learning how to navigate your career!
The Innovators Kettering Young Inventors program provides an exciting opportunity for young students (Grades 4-6) in Genesee County to create inventions and to present them to the community. This yearlong adventure in creativity encourages students to be problem solvers, critical thinkers, researchers, technical writers, scientists, evaluators and presenters. Students learn about invention through an engaging, high interest curriculum that emphasizes critical thinking skills, scientific inquiry and problem solving.
CETL Advisory Board Meeting: Course Design Proposal Approval
Distinguished Faculty Speaker: Juan Pimentel "The Internet of Things: Issues and Opportunities"
Teaching Talk: Recording and Editing Screen/Audio Capture using Camtasia - led by Rich Stanley
Chef's Choice lunch for first 12 attendees.
Teaching Circle: Co-op & Experiential Education Working Group
Teaching Talk: Using the Live Scribe Electronic Pen - led by Rich Stanley
Chef's Choice Lunch for first 12 attendees
Would you know how to administer first aid in a mental health crisis? Could you recognize suicidal thoughts or behaviors?