Building environmental consciousness

Nov 25, 2005

A National Science Foundation grant of $100,000 helps Kettering teach students about the importance of remaining environmentally conscious in the engineering and manufacturing process.

A National Science Foundation grant of $100,000 helps Kettering teach students about the importance of remaining environmentally conscious in the engineering and manufacturing process.

The smart car connection

Feb 17, 2006

A recent ETAS donation of software and hardware to Kettering helps students use mathematical modeling techniques to develop electronic control systems that will transform the modern vehicle into a smart car.

A recent ETAS donation of software and hardware to Kettering helps students use mathematical modeling techniques to develop electronic control systems that will transform the modern vehicle into a smart car.

A hybridized world

Aug 31, 2006

Ford Motor Co. donated two hybrid SUVs to Kettering for undergraduate teaching and research purposes that focus on hybrid technology and the hybridization of cars and trucks.

Ford Motor Co. donated two hybrid SUVs to Kettering for undergraduate teaching and research purposes that focus on hybrid technology and the hybridization of cars and trucks.

AIM receives $67,000

Jan 19, 2007

Kettering's Academically Interested Minorities (AIM) program receives three gifts to assist the pre-college program and invest in tomorrow's engineering leadership.

Kettering's Academically Interested Minorities (AIM) program receives three gifts to assist the pre-college program and invest in tomorrow's engineering leadership.

New donations enhance labs

Jan 26, 2007

New donations from MotoTron Inc. and GE Fanuc Automation provide important, state-of-the-art resources for faculty and student research in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

New donations from MotoTron Inc. and GE Fanuc Automation provide important, state-of-the-art resources for faculty and student research in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

The hybrid ideal

Mar 2, 2007

A $75,000 grant from the U.S. headquarters of Mentor Graphics Inc. based in Wilsonville, Ore., helps Kettering University researchers develop computer models that allow automakers to design and evaluate hybrid drive trains that might make hybrids more cost efficient.

A $75,000 grant from the U.S. headquarters of Mentor Graphics Inc. based in Wilsonville, Ore., helps Kettering University researchers develop computer models that allow automakers to design and evaluate hybrid drive trains that might make hybrids more cost efficient.

Eliminating waste by design

Oct 17, 2008

The skies in China's largest city appeared hazy during the Olympics despite their best efforts, which underscored the need to teach engineering students about how to go green. Since 2005, Kettering University's Industrial Ecology Team has taught students to consider product life cycles, thanks to a National Science Foundation grant.

The skies in China's largest city appeared hazy during the Olympics despite their best efforts, which underscored the need to teach engineering students about how to go green. Since 2005, Kettering University's Industrial Ecology Team has taught students to consider product life cycles, thanks to a National Science Foundation grant.

Kildee aids fuel cell development in Michigan

Nov 23, 2005

Congressman Kildee was instrumental in securing $500,000 for fuel cell research and development through Kettering's Fuel Cell Commercialization Incubator (FCCI).

Congressman Kildee was instrumental in securing $500,000 for fuel cell research and development through Kettering's Fuel Cell Commercialization Incubator (FCCI).

Making kids safer

Feb 17, 2006

Kettering recognized National Child Safety Seat Week with a big donation of infant and child car seats to Safe Kids of Greater Flint.

Kettering recognized National Child Safety Seat Week with a big donation of infant and child car seats to Safe Kids of Greater Flint.

SID joins crash staff

Sep 8, 2006

Two recent donations to the Crash Safety Center at Kettering, one from Autoliv and one from TRW, will expand research opportunities and enhance bio-engineering education at the University.

Two recent donations to the Crash Safety Center at Kettering, one from Autoliv and one from TRW, will expand research opportunities and enhance bio-engineering education at the University.

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