Teamwork is the byword for one alumna

Jun 17, 2004

Nancy Brown-Johnston '78, shared her insights on teamwork and professional success with students.

Nancy Brown-Johnston '78, shared her insights on teamwork and professional success with students.

Engineered to music

Sep 16, 2004

Kettering/GMI experience paves musical road for Charles Postlewate '62.

Kettering/GMI experience paves musical road for Charles Postlewate '62.

Racing with the wind

Mar 4, 2005

A degree in engineering doesn't prepare you to be a championship hot air balloon racer, or does it? According to Kettering/GMI grad Al Nels '75, a technical background and an interest in gadgets might just be an advantage in the world of balloon racing.

A degree in engineering doesn't prepare you to be a championship hot air balloon racer, or does it? According to Kettering/GMI grad Al Nels '75, a technical background and an interest in gadgets might just be an advantage in the world of balloon racing.

Rebuilding Afghanistan

Mar 24, 2005

Kettering/GMI alum Louis Hughes '71 is part of the international coalition working to rebuild Afghanistan. As Iraq moves toward independence, nation rebuilding efforts in Afghanistan will be a template for healing and rebuilding Iraq.

Kettering/GMI alum Louis Hughes '71 is part of the international coalition working to rebuild Afghanistan. As Iraq moves toward independence, nation rebuilding efforts in Afghanistan will be a template for healing and rebuilding Iraq.

$1 million for international exchange

May 16, 2005

A gift from Bob '64 and Marcy Oswald will support international study and research for students and faculty.

A gift from Bob '64 and Marcy Oswald will support international study and research for students and faculty.

Alumni named to Co-op Hall of Fame

Jul 22, 2005

Five Kettering alumni are part of the 2005-06 National Commission for Co-operative Education's Co-op Hall of Fame.

Five Kettering alumni are part of the 2005-06 National Commission for Co-operative Education's Co-op Hall of Fame.

No meandering in learning

Nov 11, 2005

Because of his academic diligence and thirst for learning, Kettering University graduate William Sommerville '05 produced what his co-op advisors describe as a Ph.D. level senior thesis project in just a few short years. The result? Possibly the world's smallest radio.

Because of his academic diligence and thirst for learning, Kettering University graduate William Sommerville '05 produced what his co-op advisors describe as a Ph.D. level senior thesis project in just a few short years. The result? Possibly the world's smallest radio.

Revenge of the Mummy is dream job

Feb 17, 2006

Tim Swieter '03 is a "new face" during the celebration of National Engineers Week, Feb. 19-25

Tim Swieter '03 is a "new face" during the celebration of National Engineers Week, Feb. 19-25

Improving hip replacements

Mar 24, 2006

Kettering researchers offer real insight into component wear to help extend the life of hip replacements.

Kettering researchers offer real insight into component wear to help extend the life of hip replacements.

Gaining global experience

May 26, 2006

In today's global market place, companies are increasing efforts to attract and hire engineering and business management graduates with overseas academic and business experience. This is one reason why more and more students are engaging in Kettering University's Study Abroad Program.

In today's global market place, companies are increasing efforts to attract and hire engineering and business management graduates with overseas academic and business experience. This is one reason why more and more students are engaging in Kettering University's Study Abroad Program.

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