Department News

  • If necessity is the mother of invention, accidents are the mother of better Bajas

    May 30, 2002

    Kettering's Baja Bulldogs accidentally stumbled on a better design for their 2003 SAE Mini Baja competition vehicle while testing their 2002 competition vehicle.

    Kettering's Baja Bulldogs accidentally stumbled on a better design for their 2003 SAE Mini Baja competition vehicle while testing their 2002 competition vehicle.
  • $1.8 million jumpstarts fuel cell research

    Jan 28, 2004

    $1.8 million to fund fuel cell research

    $1.8 million to fund fuel cell research
  • Revved up!

    Jun 10, 2004

    Matt Wright '02 returned to campus to discuss his work on high performance cars for Saleen Inc., one of the world's preeminent producers of limited, high performance vehicles.

    Matt Wright '02 returned to campus to discuss his work on high performance cars for Saleen Inc., one of the world's preeminent producers of limited, high performance vehicles.
  • Improving engine emissions

    May 16, 2005

    Researchers at Kettering will use a National Science Foundation grant to determine levels of particulate matter emitted by diesel engines, spark ignited engines, jet engines and in hydrogen production, to help manufacturers improve emissions and meet new EPA regulations.

    Researchers at Kettering will use a National Science Foundation grant to determine levels of particulate matter emitted by diesel engines, spark ignited engines, jet engines and in hydrogen production, to help manufacturers improve emissions and meet new EPA regulations.
  • BAM! Crash Course in Car Safety

    Feb 3, 2006

    Kettering's Crash Safety Center becomes fully integrated into undergraduate engineering education.

    Kettering's Crash Safety Center becomes fully integrated into undergraduate engineering education.
  • Car Seat Campaign

    Feb 9, 2007

    A Kettering crash safety researcher is making engineering relevant while making kids of all sizes safer in cars.

    A Kettering crash safety researcher is making engineering relevant while making kids of all sizes safer in cars.
  • A blizzard of troubles

    Mar 21, 2008

    They missed classes and gave up sleep, but Kettering's SAE Clean Snowmobile team managed to re-engineer their engine just three weeks before competition and the work paid off.

    They missed classes and gave up sleep, but Kettering's SAE Clean Snowmobile team managed to re-engineer their engine just three weeks before competition and the work paid off.
  • Blowing stuff up

    Jul 8, 2009

    It was for a class, no really, there was actual scientific research being performed when Dr. Henry Kowalski and four students, blew stuff up at the end of last semester (the students got actual credit for it too).

    It was for a class, no really, there was actual scientific research being performed when Dr. Henry Kowalski and four students, blew stuff up at the end of last semester (the students got actual credit for it too).
  • Woman of the Year 2011

    Nov 15, 2011

    The academic, professional and personal achievement of 16 Kettering undergraduate women were recognized at the 15th Annual Woman of the Year Awards dinner.

    The academic, professional and personal achievement of 16 Kettering undergraduate women were recognized at the 15th Annual Woman of the Year Awards dinner.
  • Class integration represents historical first at Kettering.

    Jul 10, 2002

    Kettering Professors Lucy King and Jackie El-Sayed are not history buffs, but the integration of their classes made history at Kettering spring term.

    Kettering Professors Lucy King and Jackie El-Sayed are not history buffs, but the integration of their classes made history at Kettering spring term.