Department News

  • New endowment fund buys bones

    Mar 26, 2004

    Bioengineering students will get a chance to "bone-up" on how their work fits into real world problems, with a little help from Susan K. Smith.

    Bioengineering students will get a chance to "bone-up" on how their work fits into real world problems, with a little help from Susan K. Smith.
  • Kudish - ASME Fellow

    Oct 21, 2004

    Dr. Ilya I. Kudish, professor of Mathematics, has been named a 2004 Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), for his work in mathematical modeling of lubricant degradation and materials fatigue.

    Dr. Ilya I. Kudish, professor of Mathematics, has been named a 2004 Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), for his work in mathematical modeling of lubricant degradation and materials fatigue.
  • The science of clicks and pops

    Jul 22, 2005

    Kettering researchers are using bio-engineering to "listen" to the sounds made by shoulders to develop a new method for diagnosing injuries.

    Kettering researchers are using bio-engineering to "listen" to the sounds made by shoulders to develop a new method for diagnosing injuries.
  • Going postal for safety-sake

    Mar 31, 2006

    High speed digital video technology allows for some very explosive research projects and enables Dr. Henry Kowalski to help students and companies explore product integrity.

    High speed digital video technology allows for some very explosive research projects and enables Dr. Henry Kowalski to help students and companies explore product integrity.
  • Poverty, sustainability and service

    Aug 24, 2007

    Kettering faculty members Andy Borchers and Laura Sullivan recently participated in a unique conference titled the Christian Scholars Conference at Rochester College that examined how the U.S. can gear its economic engine to help those who are less fortunate.

    Kettering faculty members Andy Borchers and Laura Sullivan recently participated in a unique conference titled the Christian Scholars Conference at Rochester College that examined how the U.S. can gear its economic engine to help those who are less fortunate.
  • Switching to lollipops

    Aug 22, 2008

    Flipping a switch seems easy enough, unless you don't have the motor skills to do it. Some Kettering students retrofitted toys with lollipop switches for kids with disabilities.

    Flipping a switch seems easy enough, unless you don't have the motor skills to do it. Some Kettering students retrofitted toys with lollipop switches for kids with disabilities.
  • ACE Fellow

    Nov 25, 2009

    Dr. Jackie El-Sayed, professor of Mechanical Engineering, was a Fellow in the prestigious American Council on Education program. Now back at Kettering University, she shares her reflections on the memorable experiences.

    Dr. Jackie El-Sayed, professor of Mechanical Engineering, was a Fellow in the prestigious American Council on Education program. Now back at Kettering University, she shares her reflections on the memorable experiences.
  • Students are 'crash dummies'

    Oct 26, 2001

    Measuring Up: Crash test safety research continues at Kettering

    Measuring Up: Crash test safety research continues at Kettering
  • ME student wins national motorcycle championship

    Nov 8, 2002

    Kettering Mechanical Engineering student Andy Weiss had no idea his co-op experience at Delphi Corporation would eventually lead to a national motorcycle championship this past October. But it did.

    Kettering Mechanical Engineering student Andy Weiss had no idea his co-op experience at Delphi Corporation would eventually lead to a national motorcycle championship this past October. But it did.
  • SAE Design Studio newly equipped

    Apr 1, 2004

    New equipment will give Kettering racing teams a boost this spring as they prepare for the upcoming SAE competitions.

    New equipment will give Kettering racing teams a boost this spring as they prepare for the upcoming SAE competitions.