Two Kettering students have been chosen to serve as part of an advisory cabinet to City of Flint Mayor Dayne Walling.
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 University sent eight student delegates to the Harvard National Model United Nations conference in Boston, Mass., to explore solutions for real-world problems.
Three Kettering undergraduates were recognized by Michigan Campus Compact for their outstanding commitment to community service.
Kettering's two-year-old SAE International Aero Design Team placed 10th at the 2011 Aero Design-West competition with their unusual tandem-winged aircraft.
Six Kettering students won Michigan's Collegiate DECA State Career Development Conference and now qualify for the international competition in April.
Adding tournaments to their already busy schedule, Kettering's Kettnetic Thunder Ultimate Frisbee team has set its sights on achieving Division III rankings this year.
A Burton, Mich., man is the first recipient of the General Motors Ability Scholarship.
Jeffrey Haladik has had a busy year balancing engineering school with competing on the U.S. Ski Team-D.