Dr. Robert McAllister, Associate Professor of Inorganic Chemistry and Biochemistry
Ph.D. from the University of New Hampshire in Chemistry.
McAllister sees Kettering students as hard working and smart, and feels the cooperative education program gives students a practical outlook on the world of work. He enjoys helping students better understand Chemistry and how it relates to Engineering.
His hot tip for prospective students is that "if you want to be successful in your career, then Kettering is the place for you."
B.Sc. in Radiochemistry, Institute for Nuclear Sciences and Technology, Havana (Cuba), 1995
M.Sc. in Radiochemistry, Institute for Nuclear Sciences and Technology, Havana (Cuba), 1997
Ph.D. in Chemistry, Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia (Canada), 2004
High Schools from Genesee and Lapeer County will be on campus to present their findings of water testing from various lakes, rivers, and streams. This event is sponsored by the Flint River Watershed Coalition.
Lieutenant Commander Sean Scully will be visiting to talk about the Health Professional Scholarship Program (HPSP) the U. S. Navy offers. This scholarship could apply to anyone going into a medically related field. Lunch will be provided. This event will be from 12:30 - 1:15 in The Miller Lab (3225 MC).
U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow visited Kettering's Innovation Center to advance Michigan's bio-based manufacturing.
Getting more than just a taste of real-world research, college level, and even high school-aged students working on Kettering's Agent Fate project have an eye-opening experience working as scientific researchers on a government contract.
An interdisciplinary research project at Kettering University that examines hip replacement components could aid manufacturers in producing longer lasting artificial hip joints.
Six Kettering University faculty were recently awarded promotions by the Board of Trustees and two were named Emeritus Professor.