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Donations

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.

Small but powerful

Apr 28, 2006

Recent contributions help support Kettering programs and provide scholarships to students.

Recent contributions help support Kettering programs and provide scholarships to students.

A natural fit

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.

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.

Lions Club of Flint donation

Apr 13, 2007

The Flint Downtown Host Lions Club made a five-year commitment to Kettering University with a $10,000 donation for two scholarships to be given to visually impaired students at the school.

The Flint Downtown Host Lions Club made a five-year commitment to Kettering University with a $10,000 donation for two scholarships to be given to visually impaired students at the school.

$26,000 from UPS Foundation

Oct 17, 2008

The AIM program gets $16,000 and Kettering's scholarship fund gets $10,000, thanks to a $26,000 gift from The UPS Foundation.

The AIM program gets $16,000 and Kettering's scholarship fund gets $10,000, thanks to a $26,000 gift from The UPS Foundation.

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.

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