Five more Kettering University alumni have been inducted into the prestigious Co-op Hall of Fame.
Kettering University is highly ranked nationally in the 2013 U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges edition.
Joseph Lombardi has turned his passion for recycling into a one-of-a-kind Kettering co-op job at Burning Man.
A research project on hockey sticks at Kettering University yields a new cooperative education partner AND lands student Linda Hunt a cool co-op position.
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.
Kettering University's next class into the prestigious National Co-op Hall of Fame is Neil DeKoker '67, Russ Ebeid '62, Denise Gray '86, Jeff Henderson '88 and William Wildern '92. The National Commission for Cooperative Education will honor them in mid-October.