Two Kettering University/GMI grads put their passion for soap box derby to work to help design the U.S. Olympic Bobsled.
Three Kettering/GMI alums collaborated to retrofit the Wood County District Public Library in Bowling Green, Ohio, bookmobile to use compressed natural gas as fuel, to save the library some green while going green.
Kettering graduate Jeff Bargiel is pushing "pond scum" as the biofuel technology answer to U.S. energy needs.
Kettering alums Lori Hamilton '90 and Brennan Hamilton '90 developed a new technology product that allows drivers to track vehicle data through Apple iPhones.
Alumnus Richard Gottleber '48 reminisces about his role aboard a B-24 bomber during World War II dropping spies behind enemy lines and the friendships with three spies that have lasted a lifetime.
Kettering has nominated five more alumni into the National Co-op Hall of Fame: David Allen '83; Chet Huber '77; Aqua Porter '84; Earl Riopelle '37 and Kyle Schwulst '02.
William Sommerville '05, member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), is the chair of IEEE's Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD) program, an honor that speaks highly to the achievements he has made in his young career.
Graduates of Kettering University's Physics Dept. like Scott Porter and Simon Murphy leave an indelible legacy as they make significant strides with industry and educational opportunities.
Prismitech LLC, a green refrigeration start-up, will be the first tenant in Kettering's Innovation Center, adding a "cool green" aspect to the first LEED Certified building in Genesee County.