Student Post: The rewarding (and sometimes tedious) process of completing a thesis

Jun 15, 2014

My thesis is about finding a leak testing process (or processes) that work better and faster than the current process we use. Simple right? You’d think so.

My thesis is about finding a leak testing process (or processes) that work better and faster than the current process we use. Simple right? You’d think so.

Work in plastics lab helping reduce waste in manufacturing

Jun 3, 2014

"It’s a huge opportunity for companies to innovate and save disposal costs while working toward sending zero waste to the landfill," Mark Richardson said.

"It’s a huge opportunity for companies to innovate and save disposal costs while working toward sending zero waste to the landfill," Mark Richardson said.

Presentation by Candidate for Assistant Professor of Manufacturing Engineering

Dr. Harry Pierson, from Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, Miami University, OH, is a candidate for the position of Assistant Professor of Manufacturing Engineering at Kettering. He will speak on "Tunable Dynamic Support for Resonance Avoidance in Bar Feeders."  Lunch will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis.

Presentation by Candidate for Assistant Professor of Manufacturing Engineering

Dr. Venu Lakshmanan, adjunct faculty member in the Kettering MS Lean Manufacturing Program, is a candidate for the position of Assistant Professor of Manufacturing Engineering at Kettering. He will speak on "Overcoming Extrapolation Errors from Scuttling Product Development Plans."  Lunch will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis.

 

Kettering allowed graduate to dive into engineering right away

Nov 5, 2013

“I thought that the classes and education that I received and the professors that taught me had a lot of real-life experience and practical knowledge,” Amanda Mallek '08 said.

“I thought that the classes and education that I received and the professors that taught me had a lot of real-life experience and practical knowledge,” Amanda Mallek '08 said.

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