Department News

  • Rocketing to the top

    Oct 3, 2008

    Unlike other institutions, Kettering University's new Aerospace Engineering concentration provides a singular experience by offering students opportunities to utilize the latest technology and software employed by the propulsion and aerodynamics industry.

    Unlike other institutions, Kettering University's new Aerospace Engineering concentration provides a singular experience by offering students opportunities to utilize the latest technology and software employed by the propulsion and aerodynamics industry.
  • Forum to aid chronic pain sufferers

    Jan 11, 2002

    Kettering University has teamed up with physicians at McLaren Regional Medical Center of Flint to test a new treatment for sufferers of Fibromyalgia and chronic pain.

    Kettering University has teamed up with physicians at McLaren Regional Medical Center of Flint to test a new treatment for sufferers of Fibromyalgia and chronic pain.
  • $876,000 strengthens tooling and manufacturing

    Jan 7, 2003

    An $876,000 investment in one of Kettering University's state-of-the-art labs will provide software and training to further secure the University's status as one of the top automotive, mechanical and manufacturing specialty programs in the country.

    An $876,000 investment in one of Kettering University's state-of-the-art labs will provide software and training to further secure the University's status as one of the top automotive, mechanical and manufacturing specialty programs in the country.
  • Multidisciplinary approach brings benefits

    Apr 29, 2004

    An initiative by three Kettering female faculty members provides a real-world multidisciplinary approach to problem solving for students majoring in Electrical, Industrial and Mechanical Engineering. The interdisciplinary processes and programs of this initiative will create a well-rounded graduate and help build community between female faculty members at the University.

    An initiative by three Kettering female faculty members provides a real-world multidisciplinary approach to problem solving for students majoring in Electrical, Industrial and Mechanical Engineering. The interdisciplinary processes and programs of this initiative will create a well-rounded graduate and help build community between female faculty members at the University.
  • Engineering honor society awards top honor

    Dec 22, 2004

    Dr. Alzahabi is named "Professor of Excellence" by Tau Beta Pi

    Dr. Alzahabi is named "Professor of Excellence" by Tau Beta Pi
  • Opening with a BANG!

    Aug 26, 2005

    The walls are up around the crash sled, the safety glass is in place and the dummies are ready to ride. Kettering's Crash Safety Center officially opened Aug. 25.

    The walls are up around the crash sled, the safety glass is in place and the dummies are ready to ride. Kettering's Crash Safety Center officially opened Aug. 25.
  • Thumbs up

    Apr 28, 2006

    Working with local orthopedists, a Kettering researcher helped test a treatment for the joint most likely to develop osteoarthritis, the uniquely opposable thumb.

    Working with local orthopedists, a Kettering researcher helped test a treatment for the joint most likely to develop osteoarthritis, the uniquely opposable thumb.
  • Fatal crashes down for young drivers

    Sep 7, 2007

    A Kettering faculty member worked with the State of Michigan to help prepare teens for the road and reduce the loss of young lives.

    A Kettering faculty member worked with the State of Michigan to help prepare teens for the road and reduce the loss of young lives.
  • Fulbright experience in India

    Oct 24, 2008

    Kettering professor Dr. Raghu Echempati found diversity in his Fulbright Scholar experience in India.

    Kettering professor Dr. Raghu Echempati found diversity in his Fulbright Scholar experience in India.
  • New fuel and old cars

    Jan 4, 2011

    Two Kettering professors continue their research into the effects of ethanol-blended gasoline on older-model cars.

    Two Kettering professors continue their research into the effects of ethanol-blended gasoline on older-model cars.