Long lost ring finds home

Oct 21, 2004

Michael Ecarius from the Kettering/GMI class of 1966 figured that his class ring was lost forever when he lost it 20 years ago playing tennis. A little curiosity and a lot of digging on the part of two strangers changed all that.

Michael Ecarius from the Kettering/GMI class of 1966 figured that his class ring was lost forever when he lost it 20 years ago playing tennis. A little curiosity and a lot of digging on the part of two strangers changed all that.

Be firm in what you want

Oct 29, 2004

Don Butler '86 credits Kettering's "Doc Green" from Science & Math with starting to shape his philosophy toward succeeding.

Don Butler '86 credits Kettering's "Doc Green" from Science & Math with starting to shape his philosophy toward succeeding.

'Terrific match' in West Michigan

Nov 30, 2004

Kettering can now offer engineering and management options in West Michigan, one of the state's most productive business climates

Kettering can now offer engineering and management options in West Michigan, one of the state's most productive business climates

FleetCross boss shares business know-how

Dec 16, 2004

Jack Schickler '64, returned to Kettering to share his tips for business success with students.

Jack Schickler '64, returned to Kettering to share his tips for business success with students.

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.

Nation rebuilding in Afghanistan

Mar 17, 2005

Kettering/GMI alum Louis Hughes '71 is working to rebuild Afghanistan and subsequently developing a template for healing and rebuilding Iraq.

Kettering/GMI alum Louis Hughes '71 is working to rebuild Afghanistan and subsequently developing a template for healing and rebuilding Iraq.

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.

Johnson Electric joins Wall of Fame

Apr 4, 2005

Representatives of Johnson Electric were on campus to present their company logo for inclusion on the Kettering "Wall of Fame."

Representatives of Johnson Electric were on campus to present their company logo for inclusion on the Kettering "Wall of Fame."

$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.

Bulldog reunion

May 16, 2005

Alumni Reunion Weekend May 20-22 at Kettering/GMI is filled with old cars, old friends and a lot of good stories. It's also a time to recognize alumni for outstanding professional achievement and dedicated service.

Alumni Reunion Weekend May 20-22 at Kettering/GMI is filled with old cars, old friends and a lot of good stories. It's also a time to recognize alumni for outstanding professional achievement and dedicated service.

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