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Alumni

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.

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.

Gary Cowger

Sep 9, 2004

Alum wins induction into the Sigma Alpha Epsilon "Hall of Fame"

Alum wins induction into the Sigma Alpha Epsilon "Hall of Fame"

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.

SAC helps dreams come true for kids

Sep 24, 2004

Members of Kettering's Student Alumni Council (SAC) presented The Children's Dream Center with a $1,000 check Sept. 16 during the grand opening of the Center's Ballenger Highway facility.

Members of Kettering's Student Alumni Council (SAC) presented The Children's Dream Center with a $1,000 check Sept. 16 during the grand opening of the Center's Ballenger Highway facility.

SAC makes big contributions

Sep 30, 2004

Kettering's Student Alumni Council makes big strides in raising funds for scholarships and the community.

Kettering's Student Alumni Council makes big strides in raising funds for scholarships and the community.

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.

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