Young academic program boasts second-generation thesis project

Oct 28, 2002

For Jim Huggins, associate professor of Computer Science in Kettering's Science and Mathematics Dept., the approval of two student thesis projects since the development of the program in 1999 is an honor to applaud and herald.

For Jim Huggins, associate professor of Computer Science in Kettering's Science and Mathematics Dept., the approval of two student thesis projects since the development of the program in 1999 is an honor to applaud and herald.

Keeping The Stats

Dec 15, 2003

Computer Science graduate Tim Kucejko developed a software program as a senior thesis project that produces a significant increase in real-time tabulations and more accurate reporting for quizzing competition scores.

Computer Science graduate Tim Kucejko developed a software program as a senior thesis project that produces a significant increase in real-time tabulations and more accurate reporting for quizzing competition scores.

Keeping the stats

Dec 15, 2003

Computer Science graduate Tim Kucejko developed a software program as a senior thesis project that produces a significant increase in real-time tabulations and more accurate reporting for quizzing competition scores.

Computer Science graduate Tim Kucejko developed a software program as a senior thesis project that produces a significant increase in real-time tabulations and more accurate reporting for quizzing competition scores.

Kettering welcomes UPE

Mar 4, 2004

The Computer Science degree program at Kettering gained new status with the chartering of Upsilon Pi Epsilon honors society on campus

The Computer Science degree program at Kettering gained new status with the chartering of Upsilon Pi Epsilon honors society on campus

The results are in

Jul 22, 2004

A Kettering professor recently participated in Advanced Placement Program Reading.

A Kettering professor recently participated in Advanced Placement Program Reading.

Faculty member helps U.S. Dept. of Defense

Mar 16, 2007

Dr. Jim Huggins of Fenton, Mich., and an associate professor of Computer Science at Kettering University, recently served on the review panel for a national scholarship program through the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE).

Dr. Jim Huggins of Fenton, Mich., and an associate professor of Computer Science at Kettering University, recently served on the review panel for a national scholarship program through the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE).

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