Basem Alzahabi

Dr. Basem Alzahabi, professor of Mechanical Engineering and director of International Programs
Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from the University of Michigan, with expertise in computational engineering mechanics, automotive noise vibration and harshness, and structural optimization and redesign.

NOT lost in translation

By Website Administrator | May 27, 2010

Kettering will soon offer for-credit foreign language classes in Chinese and German, giving students an edge in the global marketplace.

Kettering will soon offer for-credit foreign language classes in Chinese and German, giving students an edge in the global marketplace.

International guests welcomed

By Website Administrator | Nov 2, 2001

University's International Program hosts 39 exchange students and 10 Ukrainians participating in the Business for Russia/Community Connections program

University's International Program hosts 39 exchange students and 10 Ukrainians participating in the Business for Russia/Community Connections program

Walt Disney had it right: we do indeed live in a "Small World."

By Website Administrator | May 3, 2002

Perhaps it's a smaller place than even Mr. Disney could have imagined.

Perhaps it's a smaller place than even Mr. Disney could have imagined.

German visitors

By Website Administrator | Nov 6, 2003

Professor Peter Frankenberg, minister of education for Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, visited campus Nov. 1 to explore new ways for Kettering University and the universities of Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, to exchange more students and co-op jobs.

Professor Peter Frankenberg, minister of education for Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, visited campus Nov. 1 to explore new ways for Kettering University and the universities of Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, to exchange more students and co-op jobs.

A prescription for international adjustment

By Website Administrator | Mar 13, 2009

Research on cross-cultural adjustment for expatriates shows how companies can help professionals adjust to their new environments and compete more effectively in a global economy.

Research on cross-cultural adjustment for expatriates shows how companies can help professionals adjust to their new environments and compete more effectively in a global economy.

15th anniversary

By Website Administrator | May 22, 2009

Kettering University celebrated the 15th anniversary of the popular study-abroad program with universities in the state of Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, during international events May 20-21 on campus.

Kettering University celebrated the 15th anniversary of the popular study-abroad program with universities in the state of Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, during international events May 20-21 on campus.

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