Eritrean exchange

By Website Administrator | Jan 28, 2005

It's not what you know, it's who you know, and the Eritrean Institute of Technology and Teacher Education is happy to know Kettering Professor Petros Gheresus, Ph.D.

It's not what you know, it's who you know, and the Eritrean Institute of Technology and Teacher Education is happy to know Kettering Professor Petros Gheresus, Ph.D.

Keeping IT on the cutting edge

By Website Administrator | Aug 4, 2005

Technology updates give Kettering students an edge in the job market and so they don't wind up "in some museum."

Technology updates give Kettering students an edge in the job market and so they don't wind up "in some museum."

Improving hip replacements

By Website Administrator | Mar 24, 2006

Kettering researchers offer real insight into component wear to help extend the life of hip replacements.

Kettering researchers offer real insight into component wear to help extend the life of hip replacements.

Eliminating waste by design

By Website Administrator | 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.

Identifying kids' range of motion

By Website Administrator | Dec 12, 2008

Current safety equipment and medical procedures for children are based on adult measurements and benchmarks. Two Kettering faculty have established child-sized measurements to improve everything from car seats to chiropractic care.

Current safety equipment and medical procedures for children are based on adult measurements and benchmarks. Two Kettering faculty have established child-sized measurements to improve everything from car seats to chiropractic care.

Riffe honored by SME

By Website Administrator | Feb 1, 2009

Dr. William Riffe was honored by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers for 12 years of volunteer service to the organization.

Dr. William Riffe was honored by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers for 12 years of volunteer service to the organization.

It's a small, small, small, small world.

By Website Administrator | Jun 6, 2005

Having an environmental scanning electron microscope (ESEM) on campus has allowed Kettering and industry researchers to "get down" to the subatomic level.

Having an environmental scanning electron microscope (ESEM) on campus has allowed Kettering and industry researchers to "get down" to the subatomic level.

Kettering faculty member receives PE license

By Website Administrator | Jul 8, 2005

Dr. Terri Lynch-Caris, an assistant professor of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering and 1988 graduate of Kettering/GMI who resides in Hartland, Mich., recently earned her professional engineer (PE) licensing.

Dr. Terri Lynch-Caris, an assistant professor of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering and 1988 graduate of Kettering/GMI who resides in Hartland, Mich., recently earned her professional engineer (PE) licensing.

Forensic Engineering

By Website Administrator | Oct 14, 2005

Figuring out how something works is easy, Charles White and his Materials Analysis students spend their time doing reverse engineering to figure out why things DON'T work.

Figuring out how something works is easy, Charles White and his Materials Analysis students spend their time doing reverse engineering to figure out why things DON'T work.

Engineering the magic of Disney

By Website Administrator | Jun 2, 2006

Industrial Engineering co-op students Zac Hyde and Patrick Foxworthy help make Disney World run like magic, making the guest experience one to remember.

Industrial Engineering co-op students Zac Hyde and Patrick Foxworthy help make Disney World run like magic, making the guest experience one to remember.

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