The Celebration of Kettering Women

The Celebration of Kettering Women event will be held Wednesday, March 6 from 5-7 p.m. in the Sunset Room. All Kettering female Faculty & Staff are invited to this bold beginning to engage camaraderie and inclusion. The Keynote Speaker will be Theresa Stephens-Lock, Chief/Executive Director of Public Safety at Mott Community College. The theme is "Empowerment & Collaboration". Heavy hors d'oeuvres and refreshments will be provided. Please RSVP at mi-aceku@kettering.edu by Feb. 25.

President Robert McMahan Cosmology Lecture

The Kettering University Physics Club and the Physics Department present a special guest lecture by President Robert McMahan. The lecture will be held on 5th Tuesday, Feb. 5, at 6 p.m. in the Cribathon. Dr. McMahan will present part 2 of his lecture entitled "Cosmology 101: Life, the Universe and Everything" and discuss his work in physics and astronomy. Refreshments will be provided. All students, staff, and faculty are encouraged to attend (regardless of whether or not they attended part 1)!

Global Issues Film Festival - This Land is Our Land

This Land is Our Land (2010), Saturday, Feb. 2, 1 p.m. (46 minutes) directed by David Bollier. For more than three decades, transnational corporations have been busy buying up what used to be known as the commons, everything from our forests and our oceans to our broadcast airwaves and our most important intellectual and cultural works. This film highlights the movement to reclaim the commons by modeling practical alternatives to the corporate monopoly of power.

Global Issues Film Festival - Blood of the Amazon

Blood of the Amazon (2011), Thursday, Jan. 31, 7 p.m. (80 minutes) directed by Nicola Peel,  Blood of the Amazon  looks at environmental damage in Ecuador at the hands of oil companies. She has also found time to institute some fixes herself: such as rainwater catchment schemes for families whose groundwater is contaminated, and a project using fungi as a cleansing agent for spills. Discussant: Dr. Ananthakrishnan Aiyer, associate professor of Anthropology, UM-Flint. 

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