Embracing new friendships

By Website Administrator | Mar 25, 2010

Three Kettering faculty are collaborating internationally in research and development this year, working with colleagues in China and the United Arab Emirates through the Oswald International Faculty Fellowship.

Three Kettering faculty are collaborating internationally in research and development this year, working with colleagues in China and the United Arab Emirates through the Oswald International Faculty Fellowship.

Doing better business with information technology

By Website Administrator | Oct 29, 2004

Kettering's master's of science in Information Technology (MSIT) helps students apply technology to achieve business results for their organizations.

Kettering's master's of science in Information Technology (MSIT) helps students apply technology to achieve business results for their organizations.

Inward look benefits Kettering Business students

By Website Administrator | Sep 23, 2005

Re-accreditation of Kettering University's Business Program helps the institution draw upon its strengths to provide an educational experience that offers several advantages over other programs throughout the U.S.

Re-accreditation of Kettering University's Business Program helps the institution draw upon its strengths to provide an educational experience that offers several advantages over other programs throughout the U.S.

A natural fit

By Website Administrator | Jul 14, 2006

Thanks to a $50,000 fellowship from the National Collegiate Inventors & Innovators Alliance (NCIIA)/The Kern Family Foundation, two Kettering faculty members will implement the "e-Kettering Initiative", which will work to develop innovation and entrepreneurial skills among graduates.

Thanks to a $50,000 fellowship from the National Collegiate Inventors & Innovators Alliance (NCIIA)/The Kern Family Foundation, two Kettering faculty members will implement the "e-Kettering Initiative", which will work to develop innovation and entrepreneurial skills among graduates.

Equal warfare

By Website Administrator | Apr 27, 2007

Research that won a Kettering University faculty member and her colleagues a "Best Management Paper" award at an international conference shows that women think they will perform well in a combat zone, but military men disagree.

Research that won a Kettering University faculty member and her colleagues a "Best Management Paper" award at an international conference shows that women think they will perform well in a combat zone, but military men disagree.

A tribute to quality

By Website Administrator | May 9, 2008

Kettering University's Department of Business handed out its top awards at a reception that honored Bruce Coventry '75 for Alumni Achievement and Service and its Business Employer of the Year - the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.

Kettering University's Department of Business handed out its top awards at a reception that honored Bruce Coventry '75 for Alumni Achievement and Service and its Business Employer of the Year - the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.

State champions

By Website Administrator | Feb 13, 2009

Eight Kettering University students bring home top honors during the Delta Epsilon Chi (DEX) State Career Development Conference in Lansing

Eight Kettering University students bring home top honors during the Delta Epsilon Chi (DEX) State Career Development Conference in Lansing

A prescription for international adjustment

By Website Administrator | Mar 13, 2009

Research on cross-cultural adjustment for expatriates shows how companies can help professionals adjust to their new environments and compete more effectively in a global economy.

Research on cross-cultural adjustment for expatriates shows how companies can help professionals adjust to their new environments and compete more effectively in a global economy.

China Business Tour, June 2009

By Website Administrator | Jul 17, 2009

A Kettering University professor and seven students traveled to China to learn more about the country and its culture, and to explore opportunities for educational and cultural exchange.

A Kettering University professor and seven students traveled to China to learn more about the country and its culture, and to explore opportunities for educational and cultural exchange.

China Business Tour continued

By Website Administrator | Jul 30, 2009

In June, Dr. Norman Irish, a visiting professor of Management at Kettering University, took seven students on a business trip sponsored by the Business Dept. to China to learn more about the country and its people. In this last installment of his journal, Irish describes the interesting events and sights that he and his students experienced on the last few days of their visit.

In June, Dr. Norman Irish, a visiting professor of Management at Kettering University, took seven students on a business trip sponsored by the Business Dept. to China to learn more about the country and its people. In this last installment of his journal, Irish describes the interesting events and sights that he and his students experienced on the last few days of their visit.

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