Calling All Android Users - KU Mobile App!

Do you want to be one of the first individuals to receive the new Kettering University Mobile App?

Would you like the opportunity to have your name on the list of founders in the "About" page?

Would you like to directly play an impact in a program that will be used by hundreds if not thousands of current and future Kettering Students?

If so, please join us in BJ's Lounge Tomorrow at 6PM (2/18/2015) to join the first KU Mobile App - Android Focus Group!

Students, Faculty, and Staff are Invited!

Kettering Model U.N. Team earns honors at international competition at Harvard University

Feb 16, 2015

"This year was the first time we've won an award at the conference."

"This year was the first time we've won an award at the conference."

New 'Cool Clay' exhibit opening in Kettering University's Humanities Art Center

Jan 22, 2015

“There is a direct connection to how Guy creates his artwork and how Kettering students engineer objects with their hands, minds and machines to create objects that help us in our everyday life.”

“There is a direct connection to how Guy creates his artwork and how Kettering students engineer objects with their hands, minds and machines to create objects that help us in our everyday life.”

Q and A: Filmmaker Francine Strickwerda her movie that will be screened at Global Issues Film Fest

Jan 19, 2015

Francine Strickwerda is an award-winning director, writer and producer of independent documentary films for PBS and Showtime, and owner of Flock This Way Films.

Francine Strickwerda is an award-winning director, writer and producer of independent documentary films for PBS and Showtime, and owner of Flock This Way Films.

Global Issues Film Festival: A RIVER CHANGES COURSE

Directed by Kalyanee Mam. 83 min.
Winner of the World Cinema Grand Jury Prize: Documentary at Sundance as well as numerous other international awards, A RIVER CHANGES COURSE tells the story of three families in contemporary Cambodia as they face hard choices forced by rapid development and struggle to maintain their traditional ways of life. Widely lauded for its lyrical choreography and quiet, unobtrusive style, the film offers no easy answers to the dilemmas of globalization. It makes its case instead by painting an intimate portrait of human lives in transition.

Global Issues Film Festival: BITTER SEEDS

Directed by Micha X. Peled. 88 min.
Winner of the International Documentary Association’s Humanitas Documentary Award, BITTER SEEDS (2011) explores the controversy surrounding GMOs.

Biotechnology is changing how farming is done the world over. Advocates believe the “New Green Revolution” is the only way to provide sufficient food for the world’s growing population while opponents raise environmental concerns and fear that GMOs drive small-scale farmers off the land. Dr. Joy Arbor of the Department of Liberal Studies will facilitated a discussion following the screening.

Global Issues Film Festival: HALF OF A YELLOW SUN

Directed by Biyi Bandele. 113 min.

Based on the novel by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, this is a saga of love and betrayal set against the 1967-70 Biafran war, when Igbo people mounted a struggle for independence. Features performances by Thandie Newton (Crash, ER), Anika Noni Rose (The Princess & the Frog) and Chiwetel Ejiofor (12 Years a Slave). Named Best Feature Film at the 17th Annual Zanzibar International Film Festival.
Dr. Ernest Emenyonu, Professor and Chair of Africana Studies at U-M Flint, will lead a discussion at the end of the film.

Q and A: Filmmaker Virginia Wolf discusses her movie that will be screened at Global Issues Film Festival

Jan 16, 2015

Emmy-award winning filmmaker Virginia Wolf will be on Kettering’s campus to participate in a discussion about her film “A Bridge Apart” which will air on Wednesday, January 28 at the McKinnon Theater in the Academic Building as part of the 13th Annual Global Issues Film Festival. Follow updates from the film festival by using the hashtag #KetteringGIFF.

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