• China Business Tour, June 2009

    By Website Administrator | Jul 17, 2009

    A Kettering University professor and seven students traveled to China to learn more about the country and its culture, and to explore opportunities for educational and cultural exchange.

    A Kettering University professor and seven students traveled to China to learn more about the country and its culture, and to explore opportunities for educational and cultural exchange.
  • Doing better business with information technology

    By Website Administrator | Oct 29, 2004

    Kettering's master's of science in Information Technology (MSIT) helps students apply technology to achieve business results for their organizations.

    Kettering's master's of science in Information Technology (MSIT) helps students apply technology to achieve business results for their organizations.
  • China Business Tour continued

    By Website Administrator | Jul 30, 2009

    In June, Dr. Norman Irish, a visiting professor of Management at Kettering University, took seven students on a business trip sponsored by the Business Dept. to China to learn more about the country and its people. In this last installment of his journal, Irish describes the interesting events and sights that he and his students experienced on the last few days of their visit.

    In June, Dr. Norman Irish, a visiting professor of Management at Kettering University, took seven students on a business trip sponsored by the Business Dept. to China to learn more about the country and its people. In this last installment of his journal, Irish describes the interesting events and sights that he and his students experienced on the last few days of their visit.
  • Inward look benefits Kettering Business students

    By Website Administrator | Sep 23, 2005

    Re-accreditation of Kettering University's Business Program helps the institution draw upon its strengths to provide an educational experience that offers several advantages over other programs throughout the U.S.

    Re-accreditation of Kettering University's Business Program helps the institution draw upon its strengths to provide an educational experience that offers several advantages over other programs throughout the U.S.
  • The ingredients of leadership

    By Website Administrator | Oct 23, 2009

    Dr. David Strubler and Dr. Andy Borchers of the Business Department co-author a series of interviews with prominent organizational leaders that reveal the hidden but all-important ingredients of successful and ethical leadership.

    Dr. David Strubler and Dr. Andy Borchers of the Business Department co-author a series of interviews with prominent organizational leaders that reveal the hidden but all-important ingredients of successful and ethical leadership.
  • Designing better businesses

    By Website Administrator | Jun 30, 2006

    Charles W. White '68 retires after 17 years of teaching

    Charles W. White '68 retires after 17 years of teaching
  • Oswald Fellowships awarded

    By Website Administrator | Dec 23, 2009

    Three Kettering University faculty were awarded two Oswald International Faculty Fellowships to pursue teaching and research opportunities in China and the United Arab Emirates.

    Three Kettering University faculty were awarded two Oswald International Faculty Fellowships to pursue teaching and research opportunities in China and the United Arab Emirates.
  • A natural fit

    By Website Administrator | Jul 14, 2006

    Thanks to a $50,000 fellowship from the National Collegiate Inventors & Innovators Alliance (NCIIA)/The Kern Family Foundation, two Kettering faculty members will implement the "e-Kettering Initiative", which will work to develop innovation and entrepreneurial skills among graduates.

    Thanks to a $50,000 fellowship from the National Collegiate Inventors & Innovators Alliance (NCIIA)/The Kern Family Foundation, two Kettering faculty members will implement the "e-Kettering Initiative", which will work to develop innovation and entrepreneurial skills among graduates.
  • Equal warfare

    By Website Administrator | Apr 27, 2007

    Research that won a Kettering University faculty member and her colleagues a "Best Management Paper" award at an international conference shows that women think they will perform well in a combat zone, but military men disagree.

    Research that won a Kettering University faculty member and her colleagues a "Best Management Paper" award at an international conference shows that women think they will perform well in a combat zone, but military men disagree.
  • Kettering's new MBA

    By Website Administrator | May 25, 2007

    Kettering University now offers an MBA program through distance learning based on work-integrated learning and an applied capstone thesis project that is distinctively geared toward the needs of employees and the organizations for which they work.

    Kettering University now offers an MBA program through distance learning based on work-integrated learning and an applied capstone thesis project that is distinctively geared toward the needs of employees and the organizations for which they work.

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Dominate Your Destiny!

Kettering University students made an outstanding sowing at the Collegiate DECA competition against 10 other universities from Michigan and Indiana. The event was held on February 4th. The winners of awards were:

Michael Colando2nd Place B2B Marketing
Tyler Finnegan1st Place Corporate Finance
Deana Johnson1st Place Human Resources
Kaitlyn Just2nd Place B@B Marketing
Chelcee LawrenceHonorable Mention Marketing Management
Alex Masters2nd Place Entrepreneurship, Honorable Mention Corporate Finance
Sarah McClureHonorable Mention Fashion Merchandising
Jacob SherwoodHonorable Mention Executive Job Interview
Michael Woznicki2nd Place Entrepreneurship, Honrable Mention Retail Management