Kettering University celebrates 90 years

Oct 19, 2009

The first class of the School of Automotive Trades started at 7 p.m. Oct. 20, 1919. Over the next 90 years it was called many things, but the spirit of "learning by doing" has remained the same. Here is a retrospective of one of its founders - Major Albert Sobey.

The first class of the School of Automotive Trades started at 7 p.m. Oct. 20, 1919. Over the next 90 years it was called many things, but the spirit of "learning by doing" has remained the same. Here is a retrospective of one of its founders - Major Albert Sobey.

From GMI to WWII

Jan 30, 2009

A call for stories from alumni who served in WWII resulted in a flood of remembrances from across the country. These two personal accounts are the first in a series honoring Kettering/GMI alumni who delayed their education to support the cause for freedom.

A call for stories from alumni who served in WWII resulted in a flood of remembrances from across the country. These two personal accounts are the first in a series honoring Kettering/GMI alumni who delayed their education to support the cause for freedom.

Brothers in Arms

Jun 5, 2009

This is the second article in a series that honors the commitment and service of our graduates during WWII, and reminds us of the debt paid to secure our nation's freedom.

This is the second article in a series that honors the commitment and service of our graduates during WWII, and reminds us of the debt paid to secure our nation's freedom.

The longest mission

Nov 17, 2009

Bruce L. Lowe '48 interrupted his education to serve in the Air Force during World War II and wound up a prisoner of war on his first mission. This is the story of his experience.

Bruce L. Lowe '48 interrupted his education to serve in the Air Force during World War II and wound up a prisoner of war on his first mission. This is the story of his experience.

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