Sold out: 42 robots coming Sept. 20

By Website Administrator | Sep 4, 2008

The 2008 Kettering Kickoff high school robotics competition has 42 teams coming to Flint - an all-time high!!! The ninth annual contest is Saturday, Sept. 20, in the Rec Center. It's free and open to the public.

The 2008 Kettering Kickoff high school robotics competition has 42 teams coming to Flint - an all-time high!!! The ninth annual contest is Saturday, Sept. 20, in the Rec Center. It's free and open to the public.

Crowning event

By Website Administrator | Sep 29, 2008

Kettering University hosted King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden and Gov. Granholm as the city of Flint and Kettering partnered with Swedish Biogas International to bring a new technology to the area.

Kettering University hosted King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden and Gov. Granholm as the city of Flint and Kettering partnered with Swedish Biogas International to bring a new technology to the area.

Focus on the globe

By Website Administrator | Oct 17, 2008

The Global Issues Film Festival celebrates kicks of its seventh season with five films exploring everything from Palestinian "security prisoners" to the energy war.

The Global Issues Film Festival celebrates kicks of its seventh season with five films exploring everything from Palestinian "security prisoners" to the energy war.

A FIRST first!

By Website Administrator | Mar 9, 2009

The Kettering University FIRST Robotics District Competition March 6-7 attracted thousands of visitors to campus and set an attendance record for robotics at Kettering.

The Kettering University FIRST Robotics District Competition March 6-7 attracted thousands of visitors to campus and set an attendance record for robotics at Kettering.

President's Cup

By Website Administrator | Sep 24, 2004

Alumni and friends gathered together Sept. 13 to remember Connie John and her favorite philanthropy - the students. The sun was bright and so, too, the prospects for the Connie John Memorial Scholarship.

Alumni and friends gathered together Sept. 13 to remember Connie John and her favorite philanthropy - the students. The sun was bright and so, too, the prospects for the Connie John Memorial Scholarship.

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.

$160,000 awarded at FIRST

By Website Administrator | May 5, 2006

Kettering awarded eight more FIRST scholarships and welcomed alumni at a reception during the 2006 FIRST championship games in Atlanta.

Kettering awarded eight more FIRST scholarships and welcomed alumni at a reception during the 2006 FIRST championship games in Atlanta.

'Top Dogs' celebrated

By Website Administrator | Sep 25, 2006

A four-team alliance took home the highest honors at the 2006 Kettering Kickoff robotics contest.

A four-team alliance took home the highest honors at the 2006 Kettering Kickoff robotics contest.

Nanobots invade Flint area

By Website Administrator | Dec 15, 2006

Teams of young inventors descended on the Flint area Dec. 15 and 16 to challenge each other in nanobattle.

Teams of young inventors descended on the Flint area Dec. 15 and 16 to challenge each other in nanobattle.

Poet laureate to visit

By Website Administrator | May 14, 2007

Kevin Stein, the Illinois Poet Laureate, will bring words of elegance to Flint during two free poetry performances May 22-23.

Kevin Stein, the Illinois Poet Laureate, will bring words of elegance to Flint during two free poetry performances May 22-23.

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