'Crazy legs' awarded new GM scholarship

By Website Administrator | Jan 28, 2005

A Burton, Mich., man is the first recipient of the General Motors Ability Scholarship.

A Burton, Mich., man is the first recipient of the General Motors Ability Scholarship.

Balancing act

By Website Administrator | Jan 6, 2006

Jeffrey Haladik has had a busy year balancing engineering school with competing on the U.S. Ski Team-D.

Jeffrey Haladik has had a busy year balancing engineering school with competing on the U.S. Ski Team-D.

International impact

By Website Administrator | Oct 20, 2006

Kettering senior Ricardo Rodriguez of Mexico City, Mexico, engineers a career before graduation that includes significant international assignments for Magna International Inc.

Kettering senior Ricardo Rodriguez of Mexico City, Mexico, engineers a career before graduation that includes significant international assignments for Magna International Inc.

Woman of the Year Awards 2008

By Website Administrator | Jan 9, 2009

Two outstanding young women have been chosen as Woman of the Year-2008 for A and B Sections at Kettering University.

Two outstanding young women have been chosen as Woman of the Year-2008 for A and B Sections at Kettering University.

Lighting the way

By Website Administrator | Nov 30, 2009

Kevin Markell took an existing technology and put it to use in a new way. His LED parking lot light design is an improvement on traditional parking lot lights - delivering energy efficiency, better lighting quality and reduced total cost of ownership due to the long life and low maintenance of LED light sources..

Kevin Markell took an existing technology and put it to use in a new way. His LED parking lot light design is an improvement on traditional parking lot lights - delivering energy efficiency, better lighting quality and reduced total cost of ownership due to the long life and low maintenance of LED light sources..

Sigma Pi Sigma

By Website Administrator | Sep 30, 2004

Kettering students earn induction into national honor society for Physics.

Kettering students earn induction into national honor society for Physics.

Not quite a shut-out

By Website Administrator | May 6, 2005

The annual faculty-staff-student softball game ushers in spring at Kettering, and gives faculty a chance to gloat.

The annual faculty-staff-student softball game ushers in spring at Kettering, and gives faculty a chance to gloat.

Fine tuning hunting bows

By Website Administrator | Aug 11, 2006

In researching the performance of hunting bows, a Kettering senior found out a little "who you know" combined with a little "follow your bliss" can take you far.

In researching the performance of hunting bows, a Kettering senior found out a little "who you know" combined with a little "follow your bliss" can take you far.

The curve breaker

By Website Administrator | Sep 29, 2006

Don't let the nick-name fool you - LuLu (Lu) Chen is an academic powerhouse and she's got big plans to bridge the culture gap between China and the U.S.

Don't let the nick-name fool you - LuLu (Lu) Chen is an academic powerhouse and she's got big plans to bridge the culture gap between China and the U.S.

Chilly proposal

By Website Administrator | Feb 2, 2007

Kettering senior Jason Muxlow "engineered" a chilly marriage proposal that melted Molly Doyle's heart.

Kettering senior Jason Muxlow "engineered" a chilly marriage proposal that melted Molly Doyle's heart.

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